Skin Health
Collagen

Collagen

Collagen is the secret to a skin so youthful that others will be jealous. Collagen is of key importance for the structure and elasticity of the skin, and responsible for ensuring that the skin stays supple and wrinkle-free. Collagen is also an essential component of connective tissue throughout the body.

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Collagen Typ II

Collagen Typ II

Collagen Type II is a natural vital substance which keeps joints mobile, and skin firm and youthful. Collagen Type II contains three biologically active ingredients: hydrolyzed collagen (especially Type II), bioavailable hyaluronic acid, and a large amount of natural chondroitin sulfate.

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Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid has a major influence on the skin's elasticity and how youthful it looks. The skin is plumped up from the inside, because the empty spaces in the connective tissue matrix are filled with hyaluronic acid, which stores moisture. Hyaluronic acid is also an important component of synovial fluid and joint cartilage.

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OPC

OPC

Nature has blessed us with OPC, a vital substance that has a positive effect on our health, our vitality, and even on our looks. An increasing number of doctors and dietitians recommend taking OPC as a means of staying young, healthy, and attractive. OPC is also known as an "internal cosmetic" because it boosts the skin's production of collagen and elastin.

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MSM

MSM

MSM is a natural sulfur compound. Due to its many beneficial qualities, doctors recommend MSM as a way of boosting health and vitality and supporting healing processes. MSM helps with joint pain and sports injuries, improves the elasticity of the skin, and strengthens nails.

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Carnosine

Carnosine

Carnosine has the remarkable ability to rejuvenate cells as they are reaching the end of their life cycle. In fact, right now there is no other substance that better protects our cells from damage. Carnosine is a unique vital substance which keeps the body young and full of vitality, and should be included in every anti-aging program.

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Borage Oil

Borage Oil

Borage oil has the highest concentration of gamma linolenic acid (GLA) of all plant oils. This essential fatty acid is used by the body to produce prostaglandins. Prostaglandins have a strong influence on our vitality, health and beauty. Borage oil is recommended for glowing skin and shiny hair, PMS, menopausal problems, neurodermitis, psoriasis, eczema, dry skin and itching.

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Astaxanthin

Astaxanthin

There are many types of antioxidants, but none of them are as powerful as astaxanthin. It protects all bodily cells and reduces wrinkles, age spots and freckles. Astaxanthin also improves the eyesight, protects against sunburn, increases bodily strength and endurance, helps with infertility, and alleviates many other conditions.

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Green Tea

Green Tea

Green tea has gained the reputation of being the ultimate vital substance. Studies show that green tea has many beneficial effects on the heart, blood vessels, prostate, chest, blood values, brain, skin, immune system and blood sugar. Green tea is a natural way to ensure a long and healthy life.

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Lycopene

Lycopene

Lycopene has a strong antioxidant effect and is a powerful "free radical scavenger". Scientists believe that an excess of oxidative stress plays a key role in the development of arteriosclerosis, cancer, arthritis and other diseases. More and more studies indicate that natural tomato lycopene is one of the most effective vital substances for protecting the prostate.

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Biotin

Biotin

For glowing, silky skin and full, shiny hair, you need biotin, which is why biotin is known as "the beauty Vitamin". Biotin can do more for your beauty than the most promising cosmetic products in the world. A biotin deficiency shows up not only in the skin and the hair, but also in energetic metabolism. A lack of biotin causes blood sugar fluctuations and a ravenous appetite.

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