– Rejuvenate the skin, nails, and hair
– Promote muscular and joint elasticity
– Lessen joint and bone discomfort
– Regenerate damaged tissue
– Anti-Inflammatory properties
Biotin: Has been referred to as the “beauty vitamin” for its very important metabolic function, which translates to healthy skin, hair and nails. This water-soluble vitamin is essential for breakdown of fatty acids. Proper breakdown and distribution of these fatty acids translates to healthy skin. This creates a gloss on skin, which protects against water loss and damage from the sun’s harmful rays.
Vitamin D-3: Crucial for bone health and required for proper functioning of muscles. This vitamin also possesses anti-inflammatory properties. As a result, it is widely believed that it may play an important role in alleviating joint pain, particularly in cases where the origin of pain is inflammation.
Vitamin E: Prevents inflammation, helps prevent cardiovascular conditions, and helps maintain the health of the skin and eyes.
Vitamin C: Is responsible for creating and maintaining collagen, which is the “glue that holds the body together.” Specifically, this antioxidant strengthens blood vessels and gives skin its elasticity and strength.
Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen: Benefits of hydrolyzed collagen include improvements in skin toning and thickening, joint rebuilding, arterial strengthening, and increased energy.
Glucosamine Sulfate: Provides benefits for individuals with osteoarthritis and helps improve mobility and function.
M.S.M.: Improves skin and health of complexion. Improves flexibility. Detoxifies the body. Strengthens hair and nails. Increases energy. Anti-inflammatory.
Curcumin: Problems at joints are often accompanied with severe pain and rapid damage of tissue. Curcumin is proven to have the ability to alleviate such conditions due to its unique analgesic effects. This is carried out by naturally deactivating pain sensitivity mechanism which decreases swelling while protecting tissue from damage.
Chondroitin Sulfate: Several studies in Europe have shown that supplemental chondroitin sulfate is well-absorbed and used by the body to maintain and repair joint cartilage.
Hyaluronic Acid: As we age the viscosity of the joint fluid lessens. Hyaluronic Acid helps to maintain normal joint cushioning. Taken orally, it acts as a joint lubricant in the cartilage concentrated in the knees, hips, and other moving joints for easy, friction-free movement. it is also an essential component of skin that keeps it healthy, supple, hydrated and youthful.