JSHealth: How woman cleared up her acne in just two months with two ‘miracle’ vitamins

A new mother has revealed how she cleared up her acne in just two months with the help of two ‘miracle’ vitamins.

Celeste, 28, from Wollongong, has struggled with skin problems for much of her adult life, despite having a dedicated skin routine she’s been following for years and an extremely healthy diet.

‘My skin problems have always really hurt my self-esteem,’ Celeste told FEMAIL.

‘My skin would make me upset, as when I woke up and looked in the mirror, I felt as though the person looking back at me wasn’t me.’ 

JSHealth: How woman cleared up her acne in just two months with two ‘miracle’ vitamins

BEFORE AND AFTER: A new mother has revealed how she cleared up her acne in just two months with the help of two ‘miracle’ vitamins

The 28-year-old said she believes her acne has come about as a result of stress:

‘Both from running my own business and being a new mum, I know stress is the main trigger for my skin issues,’ she said. 

Celeste was at her wits’ end with what to do when she stumbled upon the Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel’s best-selling JSHealth range, and thought she might give it a go.

‘After reading countless stories about how JSHealth has changed so many other people’s lives, I thought I would try the vitamins for myself,’ she said.

Celeste was at her wits' end with what to do when she stumbled upon the Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel's best-selling JSHealth range, and thought she might give it a go (the vitamins pictured she tried)

Celeste was at her wits' end with what to do when she stumbled upon the Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel's best-selling JSHealth range, and thought she might give it a go (the vitamins pictured she tried)

Celeste was at her wits’ end with what to do when she stumbled upon the Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel’s best-selling JSHealth range, and thought she might give it a go (the vitamins pictured she tried)

Celeste decided to try both the Skin and Digestion formula ($44.99) and the Hormone and PMS Support formula ($49.99) – both of which are specifically designed to focus on skin issues.

The Skin and Digestion vitamin includes the likes of zinc, burdock, vitamin C and turmeric.

These ingredients work to relieve the symptoms of acne, pimples, and minor skin eruptions, help to reduce and decrease free radical damage to body cells and help with any digestive discomfort.

Meanwhile, the ingredients in Hormone and PMS Support include chaste tree, ginger and turmeric.

Each of these work to provide relief from common PMS symptoms all in one formula, so you can feel truly cared for at all stages of your hormonal cycle. 

BEFORE AND AFTER: Celeste (pictured two months ago and now) said she never would have imagined having her photo taken without makeup previously

BEFORE AND AFTER: Celeste (pictured two months ago and now) said she never would have imagined having her photo taken without makeup previously

‘I started using the Skin and Digestion in May and within two months, I have already seen great results and have re-gained my confidence,’ Celeste said.

She later introduced the Hormone and PMS Support and said since then, her ‘scars have lightened, my skin looks brighter and I’m no longer having huge breakouts every week’.

‘I’m so happy with the results,’ Celeste said.

‘I never thought I’d show photos of my face without makeup, but the results truly speak for themselves.’ 

What are some of the statistics around JSHealth? 

A JSHealth product sells somewhere in the world every 27 seconds and it is the second most popular brand in Australian pharmacies (Jess pictured with her vitamins)

A JSHealth product sells somewhere in the world every 27 seconds and it is the second most popular brand in Australian pharmacies (Jess pictured with her vitamins)

* Jessica Sepel has published three cookbooks as a nutritionist: The Healthy Life, Living The Healthy Life and The 12-Step Body Mind Food Reset, as well as one e-book.

* Her vitamins are stocked in Australia, the UK and the US. They have also recently launched into Asia.

* The nutritionist has gone from a team of four people to 30 globally, across Australia, the UK, US and China.

* The JSHealth community has moved from a few hundred to more than one million.

* In 2020, JSHealth won the Deloitte Fast 500 Rising Star award, with a 21,540 per cent growth year on year.

* A JSHealth product sells somewhere in the world every 27 seconds and it is the second most popular brand in Australian pharmacies.

* The brand has a cult following internationally including Jennifer Lopez, Jessica Alba and Romee Strijd, as well as at home from Rozalia Russian, Phoebe Tonkin, Lara Worthington and more.

* JSHealth vitamins are sold in 126 countries across the world and it has the number one hair growth vitamin in Australia.

* There are over 25,000 independent third party verified positive reviews globally for the products.

Jessica (pictured) now has 16 individual research-backed vitamin formulas, that target everything from 'Hair + Energy' to 'Skin + Digestion' and 'Detox + Debloat'

Jessica (pictured) now has 16 individual research-backed vitamin formulas, that target everything from ‘Hair + Energy’ to ‘Skin + Digestion’ and ‘Detox + Debloat’

Celeste isn’t the only woman to have had incredible results with JSHealth. 

Millions of women around the world have turned the vitamins into a best-selling range.

Jessica now has 16 individual research-backed vitamin formulas, that target everything from ‘Hair + Energy’ to ‘Skin + Digestion’ and ‘Detox + Debloat’. 

Every vitamin is TGA-approved and filled with proven ingredients that treat various ailments, like iodine and zinc for hair and energy levels and turmeric for stress.

‘We didn’t have much money when we got the vitamin range off the ground and it cost around $20,000 for 2,000 bottles,’ Jessica previously told FEMAIL.

'We didn't have much money when we got the vitamin range off the ground and it cost around $20,000 for 2,000 bottles,' Jessica (pictured) previously told FEMAIL

‘We didn’t have much money when we got the vitamin range off the ground and it cost around $20,000 for 2,000 bottles,’ Jessica (pictured) previously told FEMAIL

But the project was a huge success story: the vitamins sold out through Jessica’s website and Instagram page within months.

‘I’m not good at much, but I am good at vitamin formulation,’ Jessica said.

‘All those years studying nutrition and working in a private practice taught me exactly what works and for what. I learned which ingredients you need for success and how much you need of them to make a real difference.’

Since the launch of the vitamins in 2019, Jessica’s JSHealth has gone from strength to strength.

Today, a JSHealth product sells somewhere in the world every 27 seconds, Jessica’s vitamin range is the second most popular stocked in Australian pharmacies and there are more than 25,000 independent glowing reviews for her products online.  

You can find out more about JSHealth here