Today I’m bringing you a review on Correxiko’s Organic Matcha Powder and the Close Up Hair Supplement. Correxiko kindly reached out and asked if there was anything I’d like to try, so I chose these two! I’ve heard a lot about Matcha Powder but was unsure what it is and what it does. You can click here to check it out on their website but to review I’ll give you my thoughts on the main claims of the powder:
- Energy: I really feel like this gives you a definite jolt. It’s not the sort of jolt that makes you shaky but rather really wakes you up.
- Skin: I generally have pretty happy skin, so I’m probably not the best judge in this area.
- Weight loss: We’ve all heard horror stories of what “skinny” things can do to you, and luckily this did not affect me in any such way. I also drink a lot of caffeine though, so if your body isn’t use to that, be warned. I wasn’t actively combining this with a different diet or exercise and I don’t weigh myself, but like I say below, I just generally felt good drinking this. I’ve mixed a spoonful in coffee and my OJ.
- Zen-like calm: I think the only time I’m calm is when I’m sleeping, so I’m a pretty hard sell. I wouldn’t say that I felt “calm,” but I did just generally feel really good.
The Hair Supplement is supposed to help stop hair loss and help your hair grow faster and become stronger. My hair is color treated and pretty damaged at the ends (a haircut is coming next week) so I knew this supplement was really going to be put to the test. I can definitely say my hair felt healthy but with only a month I didn’t get to see all of the benefits the product claims to have after 5 or so.
Overall, I really liked the Matcha Powder and think it’s a great addition to smoothies and other drinks. It isn’t grainy and doesn’t alter the taste too much. I tried a green detox powder once that was so bad I could barely get it down. This is much more pleasant and I’m not even a huge fan of green tea.
Disclaimer: I am no health wizard. I like to eat yummy foods but try to stay away from a lot of processed foods. Consult your physician if you have any questions.