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THE SECRET IS SCIENCE®

Aging is inevitable, but delaying the process is something that Hush & Hush have been working on for over 15 years on a cellular and nutritional level.  Regenerative science is at the heart of Hush & Hush’s philosophy here the combination scientifically proven vitamins, herbs and botanicals work together with modern day technology. 

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ShieldUp

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Mind Your Mind

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A Clinically- Proven Hair Growth supplement for healthy hair growth

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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING

This is my favorite powder ever! Mixing it with almond milk cures my chocolate craving and keeps me going through the day. – KAYLEIGH
I am SO in love with this – totally helps calm the ‘mind chatter’ as you’re trying to go to sleep – HOLLY
Talk about results! I saw new hair growth around my temples in about six weeks – I could not believe it. My hair is also heavier than ever. – JAMIE
Yaaaas! I’ve been waiting to try this. Haven’t found a vegan powder that doesn’t taste like grass. – MICHELLE
I’ve had my protein shake for a week now and I have already noticed a difference in the amount of energy I have. – YESENIA
After long and busy days, I look forward to taking my Mind Your Mind – GRETCHEN
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Sunscreen is an important part of skin cancer prevention, but we have four other ways to help prevent this disease below. #skincancerawarenessmonth⁠
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1. Get your beauty sleep + take #MindYourMind⁠
Your body is regulated by your circadian rhythm, which regulates one of the body's most important hormones: melatonin. One of the most important roles melatonin plays in skin health is its ability to protect it from UV radiation. In fact, melatonin has been shown to be a stronger scavenger of free radicals than vitamin C or vitamin E, which are both often used to treat cellular damage.⁠ ⁠
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2. Eat the rainbow + take #PlantYourDay & #TimeCapsule⁠
UV exposure and other environmental factors can quickly deplete your skin's innate antioxidant reserve. As a result, cellular and DNA damage is created, and this increases your risk of developing melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer. ⁠
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3. Get caffeinated.⁠
In a clinical study of over 90,000 Caucasian women, it was found that those who drank six or more cups of coffee per day had a 30 percent decrease in the prevalence of non-melanoma skin cancer. ⁠
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4. Get naked. ⁠
The only way to examine your skin is to see it—up close and personal. Whenever you get undressed, be on the lookout for any uninvited guests. I can't stress this enough: When you take notice, you can take action.⁠
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Skin cancer is both the most prevalent and the most preventable cancer in our country. Remember to keep up with these four tips, as well as being diligent about sunscreen if you're going to be spending time outside. ⁠
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Cheers to your resilient health!⁠
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📸 c/o @nikki.cruz
Sunscreen is an important part of skin cancer prevention, but we have four other ways to help prevent this disease below. #skincancerawarenessmonth⁠ ⁠ 1. Get your beauty sleep + take #MindYourMind⁠ Your body is regulated by your circadian rhythm, which regulates one of the body's most important hormones: melatonin. One of the most important roles melatonin plays in skin health is its ability to protect it from UV radiation. In fact, melatonin has been shown to be a stronger scavenger of free radicals than vitamin C or vitamin E, which are both often used to treat cellular damage.⁠ ⁠ ⁠ 2. Eat the rainbow + take #PlantYourDay & #TimeCapsule⁠ UV exposure and other environmental factors can quickly deplete your skin's innate antioxidant reserve. As a result, cellular and DNA damage is created, and this increases your risk of developing melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer. ⁠ ⁠ 3. Get caffeinated.⁠ In a clinical study of over 90,000 Caucasian women, it was found that those who drank six or more cups of coffee per day had a 30 percent decrease in the prevalence of non-melanoma skin cancer. ⁠ ⁠ 4. Get naked. ⁠ The only way to examine your skin is to see it—up close and personal. Whenever you get undressed, be on the lookout for any uninvited guests. I can't stress this enough: When you take notice, you can take action.⁠ ⁠ Skin cancer is both the most prevalent and the most preventable cancer in our country. Remember to keep up with these four tips, as well as being diligent about sunscreen if you're going to be spending time outside. ⁠ ⁠ Cheers to your resilient health!⁠ ⁠ 📸 c/o @nikki.cruz

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