Can This Anti-Aging Skincare Supplement Really Turn Back the Clock?

Skincare routines can be complicated, especially when anti-aging products enter the picture. It’s not uncommon for women to have six or even ten steps in their daily skincare routines. But what if it was possible to skip those steps and transform skin from the inside out? That’s what OMONO, a Japanese skin care supplement, aims to do.

OMONO is anti-aging skincare in a drink that was first launched in Japan in 2014. Developed by a Japanese scientist and some of the leading beauty researchers in Japan, the product comes in powder form. Simply mix with water, juice, coffee or any liquid, and enjoy the vanilla-flavored beverage. The taste is reminiscent of marshmallow.


Named Glamour’s Editors’ Choice and praised by Elucid NY Magazine, OMONO has been generating quite a bit of buzz in the media. Users rave about the results, too: 96% saw more refined and elastic skin texture; 98% saw a more radiant complexion; 92% said it shrunk their pores, fine lines and wrinkles; 91% saw smoother and stronger hair and nails; and 95% felt their skin was more hydrated.

Most users start seeing results after about 60 days of use.

OMONO’s secret to success is in its ingredients, which include collagen (5000mg), astaxanthin extract (70ug), L-cystine (240mg), elastin (15mg), hyaluronic acid (60mg) and biotin (45ug). For those who are unfamiliar, astaxanthin extract is derived from algae. It’s a pigment that’s responsible for the red color in lobster, salmon, shrimp and other seafood.

Astaxanthin is often applied directly to the skin to protect from sun damage and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Hyaluronic acid helps hydrate the skin and even out skin tone. Biotin and elastin restore a youthful complexion over time.

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Collagen has long been praised for its ability to promote a glowing, vibrant complexion. Collagen production naturally declines after age 25, which leads to fine lines, wrinkles and dryness. Ingesting collagen can help replenish collagen levels and effectively slow the skin’s aging process.

One study involving mice found that ingestion of collagen peptides greatly improved skin elasticity, improved collagen content, repaired collagen fibers, and even normalized the radio of types I and III collagen in aged skin.

OMONO is certified by Japan’s GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices), the JAS (Japanese Agricultural Standard), and the international Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP).

Each 7-gram sachet contains just 31.5 calories, zero grams of sugar and an impressive 5.52 grams of protein. It’s a supplement that’s easy to implement into the day’s routine without having to add extra steps or make any compromises.

The company backs its product with a 60-day money back guarantee.

OMONO’s supplement makes sense. Topical skincare products can only do so much to repair skin and slow the aging process. Skin needs to be taken care of from the inside out for long-lasting results.

Part of what makes this supplement stand out in the crowd is the fact that it was developed after decades of scientific research and ongoing clinical studies.

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OMONO contains all-natural ingredients that are backed by science. It dissolves easily in liquid and offers a surprisingly pleasant taste. But most importantly, it nourishes the skin from the inside.

Thousands of beauty fanatics from all over the world use OMONO every single day, and the supplement has been featured in leading beauty magazines and major news outlets.

Curious shoppers have multiple options when it comes to subscriptions: 30 days (1 box), 60 days (2 boxes) and 90 days (3 boxes). You can expect to pay about what you’d pay for other collagen-related skincare drinks, but there’s no need to worry about refrigeration or taking more than one dose per day.

Melissa Thompson
Melissa Thompson writes about a wide range of topics, revealing interesting things we didn't know before. She is a freelance USA Today producer, and a Technorati contributor.