This formula combines the most important vitamins, minerals, and concentrated phytonutrients for supporting healthy hair, skin, and nails. Most diets today lack key nutrients that naturally support beauty through health. If you have issues with weak and cracking nails, thinning skin or hair issues, this is the formula for you. ‡
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MSM: A form of elemental sulfur and a vital building block of joints, cartilage, skin, hair and nails. MSM supports many vital bio-chemical processes in the body, including energy production.
Camu Camu Fruit: A berry which contains powerful phytochemicals, beta carotene, calcium, iron, niacin, phosphorous, riboflavin and thiamin. It also contains naturally occurring vitamin C.
Spirulina: A fresh-water blue-green algae, spriulina is an ideal anti-aging superfood, with concentrated nutrient value. It is easily digested, and loaded with antioxidants. This tiny aquatic plant offers 60% protein, B-complex vitamins, phytonutrients, rare essential fatty acids, and numerous minerals. It has been used for athletic nutrition, weight-loss, cardiovascular function and gastrointestinal health.
Cayenne: High in Vitamins A, C, B complex, calcium and potassium. Cayenne is a wonderful healing aid for all body systems, since it acts as a catalyst, increasing the effectiveness of other foods and herbs when used in conjunction with them. It is especially effective in healing digestive issues, rebuilding stomach tissue, and improving peristaltic action in the intestines. It also is believed to increase absorption of other nutrients taken with it.
Mineral Chelates: Minerals are all important for skin, hair and nail health. Chelation is a natural process that takes place in plants where the mineral is attached to an amino acids. Chelated minerals are much easier to absorb so it is important to take minerals as chelates to assure greater, more efficient mineral absorption. Mineral forms such as oxides and carbonates are not chelated.
- Have healthier skin, hair and nails.
- Enhance hair and nail growth.
- Strengthen the nails.
- Strengthen connective tissue.
‡ These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Dosage: Take2-4 capsules 1-2 times a day with meals.
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