When I first saw the press release about new Perfect7 Woman from Seven Seas the headline really stood out for me.
What’s the perfect time to think about ageing?
Now, I admit that I can officially no longer say early thirties when talking about my age, and forty isn’t all that far away now (yikes!) but the idea of having to think about ageing was a bit of shock to me. I know I’m getting older, but the word ageing seems to have negative connotations about it somehow.
But, the truth is that I am starting to think more and more about my body, how it’s doing, and what I’m doing to it, and how I ought to do thinks better. All my running last year made me see how much exercise can benefit me and make me mentally and physically happier and I’m desperately trying to fight of this never shifting winter flu to be able to get back to it as soon as possible. I’m also trying to up my fruit and vegetable intake and cut down on cake and chocolate too.
The one thing that I just hadn’t been doing though was thinking about whether I needed to be supplementing my diet with anything else to ensure I kept those first signs of ageing at bay. Then one evening this advert popped up on my TV.
It strangely spoke to me in a way that adverts don’t normally do. The fact that an email asking if I wanted to trial Perfect7 Woman popped into my inbox less than 24 hours later made me realise that it must be a sign of some sort.
Seven Seas has developed Perfect7 Woman (and also Perfect7 Man) for people who are feeling the first signs of ageing and who want to help support their body from the inside. They contain a unique blend of marine oils, rich in Omega-3, and key vitamins and minerals and Perfect7 Woman has been formulated with 7 key benefits in mind for women:
- Skin & nails
- Hormonal Activity
I have been taking these for about 4 weeks now (although they obviously haven’t fully got to work on my brain yet as there have been days when I’ve forgotten!) and I’ve seen some changes in that time. Firstly the skin on my face is better than it has been for a while and my hair and scalp are also in better condition than when I started. Despite Master C still waking us nearly every night I’m actually not as tired as I have been, despite the fact I’m still getting over the flu. I also noticed a difference during my last period when I was no where near as normal as I have been lately.
Just 4 weeks may not be a full scientific trial, but they’ve certainly made me see enough of a difference that I’ll look to continue with them when I’ve finished my review. If I had to come up with a downside, it would possibly be the fact that there are actually two tablets to take each day and they’re physically quite large, but I’m prepared to put up with that if there are other benefits.
Disclaimer: I was sent a box of Perfect7 to review. All opinions are my own.