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Every day you hear of some new discovery that’s supposed to benefit your health or be the secret cure to whatever ails you. (Blueberries are a superfruit! Wait, no, the acai berry is the real superfruit! Coffeeberry will make you look years younger! So will plant stem cells!) All in all, we’ll grant you that the obvious takeaway from these discoveries is that eating your fruits and veggies and bowing down to Mother Nature will, inevitably, lead to an overall healthier lifestyle and, in a trickle-down effect, help you look (and feel) a few years younger. It’s the closest we’re
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going to get to the fountain of youth. That being said, there’s a new supersomething being touted, and it’s the sea buckthorn berry from the Tibetan Himalayas. Abundantly rich in omega-3, -6 and -9, it also happens to boast the hard-to-find (and most important, in this case) omega-7 fatty acid — which is beneficial in the production of collagen (it’s what keeps skin plump and rejuvenated, and it aids in fighting free radical damage). Where can you find the little miracle ingredient? In Sibu beauty products, of course. The Sibu collection includes liquid supplements (to “revitalize and renew,” says the company), skin-care products (cleansers, creams, toners, serums) and softgel supplements (to promote cellular support from the inside out). $14 to $40, www.sibubeauty.com