Since hitting my mid-thirties I have started to take better care of my body because I have noticed that it doesn't seem to recover so well as it used to and needs a bit more care and attention. I don't mind looking my age because there is nothing I can do about that - I am my age, but I would like to look the best version of myself at my age - if that make sense.

Throughout my life I have dabbled in the world of supplements and vitamins but have never taken one religiously. The reason I haven't committed I think is that I either forget to take or that i've never seen a direct effect from and so ended up stopping.  However a few months ago I started taking Lumity and i'm now committed - I love it.

Lumity is basically a anti-ageing, beauty and well-being supplement. It is good for healthy skin, hair, nails and teeth, inner and outer vitality, brain health, bones, joints, muscles and your immune system. (What else could you need?)

You take 3 brown coloured capsules in the morning and 3 white one before bed. The capsules contain a mixture of Vitamins, Omega 3, Vita and Renew Complex and Minerals, that work with what your body needs during the day and night.

The ingredients in the morning capsules are specifically formulated for daytime health. They support your brain, skin, hair and nails and your immune system. They also contain nutrients to assist with joint, muscle and bone health.

The white (night time) capsules are high in Omega 3 Fatty Acids and contain Amino acids to help maintain the elasticity of your skin.

I keep my morning Lumity in the cupboard with my tea bags and my night time capsules in my bathroom cupboard and haven't once forgotten to take them. 

Since taking Lumity I have found that I sleep better, my skin feels great and overall I feel healthier. So if you are looking for a supplement that pretty much does everything you need it to then I would definitely recommend Lumity. 

This post was kindly sponsored by Lumity. All thoughts and opinions are entirely me my own and I was a fan of Lumity before I wrote this post.