Actually I have been using this tocotrienol powder for a little over a month… and my skin looks and feels great! I knew right away that it must have been something I needed because I started kind of craving it. I just put a spoonful in my coffee along with my usual almond milk because that is what a lot of the comments said they were doing. It is basically creamy in texture and tasteless. My skin is much more even toned and softer.
I have to mention that there is a bit of controversy on the internet about this product claiming that it has dangerous levels of arsenic. But, those allegations seem to all be targeting a post by Gwyneth Paltrow on her Goop site where she raves about her morning smoothie with Tocos and then received a bit of backlash. I did my own research, as you should too and make your own decision. The Goop reaction may have been more of a ‘click bait’ thing. The issue is that it comes from rice bran. At any rate, tocotrienols are a type of vitamin E with major potential benefits. But you can look into that for yourself. I can only say that my skin looks noticeably better.
I noticed this brand online which funnily has the sort opposite name to Moon Juice… Sun Potion… kind of funny. It seems like a worthy opponent in terms of quality and price. I am able to buy Moon Juice in a nearby store but if I were purchasing online I would give this one a try. I might do that anyway just for the sake of comparison. Will keep you posted!