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I read that a clinical trial was conducted in Japan, comparing rice derived phytoceramides to wheat derived. The rice derived proved significantly better. You can google it 🙂
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I decided to try Best Phytoceramides from sweet potatoes.$24.98....350 mg x 2 day 200 per bottle and great reviews.....Hoping they help crepe skin ,bruising and plump face some as some reviews claim..Will update if they work.

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Many brands use rice and sweet potatoes instead of wheat. 

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@Sparky1111 wrote:

I decided to try Best Phytoceramides from sweet potatoes.$24.98....350 mg x 2 day 200 per bottle and great reviews.....Hoping they help crepe skin ,bruising and plump face some as some reviews claim..Will update if they work.


 

 

 

I just bought two bottles of those from Amazon. @Sparky1111  Really good price and reviews were compelling. We'll see how well they work.

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There is a brand on ebay made in USA called Green Day, very good feedback. Selling a 30 count made from rice and sweet potatoes, for $5.99 each, Buy 2 get one free. 

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I take Andrew's and it helps a great deal with dry eyes.

 

I notice a difference right away when I go off of it.

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For anyone interested...

 

PipingRock has their phytoceramides on sale right now for $10 a bottle (30 caps). Sale ends 6/5 in the mid morning.

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Here in MD, we now pay tax on HSN, but not on  health supplements.