We are living in a world of total extremes, and these extremes are taking a toll on our bodies, inside and out. We are world-travellers, social media whizzes, work-a-holics, party animals, and generally live our lives to the max, no wonder our bodies are showing tiredness and exhaustion.

One possible solution (as well as catching up on plenty of sleep) is to take a supplement to help revive us. #TeamCoco are well into taking supplements, from the well-known Vitamin C tablet to the lesser known zeaxanthin supplement. So, we’ve compiled a list of five, what we think are the best supplements to help revive.

CannabiGold, CBD Oil, food supplement priced at £29.50 (500mg), available online from Bionativa.co.uk or via Cannabigold.com

CBD is one of the hottest wellness ingredients of 2019 and rightly so, Nutritionist Alix Woods working in collaboration with the CBD oil, CannabiGold explains that; “CBD oil has anti-inflammatory and pain killing properties, skin supporting vitamins A, D & E and healing essential fatty acids. With regards to CBD balms and oils they work directly on an area by lowering inflammation, pain and swelling.”

The #TeamCoco girls have been told that CBD can help when using it on your feet, and this is the secret to wearing heels like a celeb. As you know heels look great, but they can be painful, so the perfect way to revive your feet for a night wearing heels is by using CBD oil on your feet – just rub it on.

WholeVit™ B Complex by Together, priced at £8.49 (30 capsules), available from Togetherhealth.co.uk

Several B vitamins are needed to make energy. Imagine them as having different job roles in an energy factory! They too are found naturally in whole foods, but because their sources vary depending on the B vitamin, it can be a challenge to be sure we’re getting optimal levels of all of them. Vitamin B12 in particular can be difficult if you’re vegetarian or vegan. So, if you’re in need of a revival boost, try Together’s WholeVit™ B Complex with Bioflavonoids, which includes vegan-friendly B12 in its natural methylcobalamin form.

LQ Skin, Hair & Nails Super Shot, priced at £29.99 (box of 10 shots), available from Boots high street stores and Boots.com

Heralded as the non-invasive answer to collagen fillers and far safer and cheaper than the craze for vitamin and collagen drips and injections, the ‘super shot’ drink by LQ is the first of its kind to contain all three of the most effective skin anti-agers in one hit – collagen, resveratrol and hyaluronic acid – along with a broad spectrum of advanced antioxidants to fight off lines and wrinkles and loss of skin tone. Ideal to revive hair, nails and skin!

Intravital Plus by QMS Medicosmetics, nutritional supplement priced at £62 (60 capsules), available online from QMSmedicosmetics.com

These advanced nutritional supplements are uniquely developed to target skin regeneration from within, perfect to help with skin revival. Intravital Plus features an enhanced formulation of vital vitamins, precious micro-nutrients, Biotin and Copper Gluconate. These ingredients contribute to the normal energy-yielding metabolism, maintenance of normal skin as well as protection of cells from oxidative stress.

TOTALLY DERMA Nutraceutical Skin Drink, priced at £105 (30-day supply), available online from Skincity.co.uk

This concentrated powder supplement contains 10,000 mg. of patented Arthred® Hydrolysed Collagen, a superior form of collagen that is small in molecular structure and easily tolerated by the gut. Once absorbed by the small intestine, it is able to go straight to the blood vessels to be distributed systemically, all over the body, wherever extra collagen is required. Added Hyaluronic Acid, peptides and antioxidants further support and protect the production of collagen, while Copper and Zinc defend against free radicals and oxidative damage. An excellent body revival supplement.


A veteran in global travel, Rachel also loves to explore hidden gems on home turf. She’s a writing connoisseur of Britain’s best hotels, luxury beauty products, and UK food and drink launches.

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