ZitSticka Launches Skin Supplement


ZitSticka is entering the supplement game (in the EU) with Skin Discipline and I’ve tried it. Here’s everything you need to know plus, my thoughts.

It’s clinically proven to reduce common acne within 12 weeks and the much hyped up supplement is finally coming to Europe!

ZitSitcka launches Skin Discipline in Europe

Inside the product you’ll find a blend of vitamins, minerals, probiotics and fatty acids that are aimed at reducing the side effects of acne.

These side effects include inflammation and oily skin.

The brand says Skin Discipline can “minimise breakouts by easing surface level inflammation, regulating sebum [oil] levels and balancing skin-supportive bacteria… all from the inside out.”

Learn more about acne and how to treat it here.

The vitamins and minerals in Skin Discipline include; Zinc, Probiotic Blend (10 Billion CFU), Chromium, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Selenium, Pantothenic Acid, Copper, Omega-3.

“SKIN DISCIPLINE was designed to solve the root causes of acne,” says ZitSticka Co-founder,
Daniel Kaplan. “Many people are unaware of the systemic relationship between inner health and breakouts. SKIN DISCIPLINE brings together anti-inflammatory micronutrients that optimise
gut health, activate cell turnover and balance oil production for clearer skin in 3 months—
but usually less.”

It’s already garnered much praise including actress and media personality, Olivia Culpo who says, “this just really has everything for a clean, perfect complexion and it’s honestly made a difference for me.”

My thoughts

Although this launched in April, I’ve only now had the chance to try this. And only for a handful of days.

My skin had a post stress/PMS breakout when I began using it and no word of a lie, it has been cleared up! I’m looking forward to continuing using them because I think it can help supplement nutrients that I’m not getting enough of in my diet too.

For me it’s a win-win and no this is not sponsored!

Buy them here.

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