By Soji James, CPT, CSCS
PlantYourDay by Hush and Hush is a vegan protein powder that tastes delicious! It’s definitely one of the best plant based protein powders that I have had. Besides just being easy on the tastebuds and having a fancy container, this product is extremely nutrient-dense. It contains several super fruits and greens, both prebiotics and probiotics, and ingredients to aid in digestion such as psyllium husk, which is a plant-based fiber. It also contains additional components such as tumeric root extract (anti-inflammatory) and white Korean ginseng (energy booster). They go all-in on the nutrients here.
In terms of overall protein content, 17 g in two scoops isn’t exactly mind-blowing. I had to add an extra scoop or blend it with something to feel fully satiated. At $50, the price is steep, but there seems to be a better deal if you sign up for the monthly subscription.
I love the abundance of nutrients that this product packs into two scoops. If you are looking to invest in the monthly delivery option, I think that it could be worth your while!
This product does an amazing job of shutting down the mind from a long day that is filled with hustle and countless objectives competing for your attention. MindYourMind does a wonderful job of calming your body, allowing you to obtain restful sleep, and it does so with natural ingredients. It doesn’t have melatonin, which according to some studies can bring on bad dreams and grogginess the next day with consistent use. While taking MindYourMind, I consistently woke up the next morning feeling like I was ready to start my day instead of needing to hit the snooze button.
If you value your sleep and are currently struggling, then this could be a worthwhile investment. Otherwise, the $55 price tag can be steep
Whether it’s boosting immunity, recovering from a tough week of workouts, or sparking creativity to take a work project to the next level, quality sleep is a vital component to functioning at a high level on a daily basis. Out of all of the Hush and Hush products, this was easily my favorite due to the impact that it had on me. If you’re looking to get to sleep easier and enjoy more restful nights, I highly recommend it.
This vitamin is advertised as an anti-aging skin supplement and contains an abundance of ingredients not normally found in other beauty supplements such as marine collagen and antioxidants such as lycopene. It isn’t just beauty this Hush and Hush capsule is meant to enhance. TimeCapsule is nutrient-dense and can be used as a replacement for a daily vitamin supplement.
The price is what sinks the ship for me here. At $2.50 per serving, I can definitely find other offerings that meet the same needs for much cheaper. With the inclusion of proprietary blends, I’m also not sure that the special ingredients are included in adequate enough amounts to impact beauty. I personally didn’t see a huge difference with the product when it came to my skin, but I definitely did feel more energized, so taken as a multivitamin, I would definitely give it my vote. The pills were a little hard to take due to their size.
At $65, I think this product may be a little too pricey for what it actually provides. With that price tag, I was expecting something spectacular, but it really didn’t make a monumental difference to justify the cost.
It’s a one-size-fits-all formula for both men and women. It contains powerful natural agents like biotin, ashwagandha, and pumpkin seed oil. The formula is backed by 15 years of cellular research.
This product didn’t work for me, but I also only used it for a couple of weeks. On the Hush and Hush site, it says that it can take upward of 90 days or more to see new hairs. Genetically, it may just not be in the cards for me. Like the other products from Hush & Hush, Deeply Rooted runs higher when it comes to price. One bottle costs $75.
While you can’t argue that it’s filled with some amazing ingredients, it just wasn’t for me. I personally wouldn’t recommend it at the $75 price tag.
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Nutraceuticals are defined as foods containing medical or health benefits. From the founders of IMAGE Skincare, Hush & Hush is a luxury nutraceutical line that was created by an aesthetician and plastic surgeon who saw a niche in the market place and stepped in to make an impact. They couldn’t find nutraceuticals that were part of a complete and integrative system, so they set out to create their own. With this creation, they sought to break down the walls separating beauty, science, health, and wellness.
As a company deeply rooted in science, Hush and Hush products are packed with daily essential vitamins and minerals in amounts that are potent and peer-reviewed. Not only do they allow you to get your daily nutrients, but they also seek to provide age-reversing and beauty-enhancing benefits. They do all of this while being all-natural. That means no fillers, synthetics, additives, artificial coloring, etc.
The products can be taken individually, but they work better when used in tandem. Working off of a 24-hour wellness cycling scheme, the products are meant to be taken in both the morning and at night to ensure that these nutrients are always present in your system. Currently, there are four products under their banner: PlantYourDay, TimeCapsule, DeeplyRooted, and MindYourMind. This company is seeking to reach the top-tier, high-end market. With the suggested serving amounts, the monthly bill for this wellness package comes in at around $300. After going through the products myself, I have mixed reviews. They offer some amazing value in terms of their nutrients, but it will depend on what you are willing to spend to determine if the benefits match up with the price point.