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Aspatic Acid

  • Most important amino acid
  • Used in skin care products for Anti-Ageing Calms skin
  • Primary role is and antioxidant
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Powerful form of anti-fatigue
  • Boosts circulation
  • Helping with rehydration
  • Improved Radiance and renewed glow


  • Imbalance affects hair health
  • Helps with contraction and relaxation of muscles, nerve signaling, blood clotting secretion of hormones and enzymes
  • Hormones - Androgen stimulate hair growth
  • Enzymes - Biotin promote cell growth for healthy skin and growing hair


  • Boost circulation
  • Carries oxygen to hair roots for faster growing longer hair
  • Iron deficiency can lead to hair loss
  • Good sources are clams, beans lentils, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, oysters Contributes to production of hemoglobin
  • Hemoglobin delivers nutrients and oxygen to hair cells


  • Required for more than 325 enzymatic reactions in the body
  • Involved in the synthesis of fat, protein and nucleic acids, neurological activity, muscular contraction and relaxation, cardiac activity and bone metabolism. Helps prevent calcium buildup on scalp to prevent dryness and flakiness
  • Helps prevent hair loss
  • Helps with protein synthesis for healthier hair and redactable hair cycle Protein synthesis helps prevent hair going gray


  • Helping heal wounds
  • Boost immunity
  • Supports healthy blood supply
  • Support sleep quality and recovery after hard workouts Improves body's ability to use calories and not store them as fat Crucial to muscle growth and development
  • Stabilizes protein structures and regulates hormone levels Keeps oil glands around hair shaft working
  • Important for hair tissue growth and repair
  • Crucial tin DNA and RNA production

Source: Natural

  • Cell protection during agent
  • Antioxidant and detoxifying agent
  • Essential component of melasma and anti-pigmentation treatment Binding to heavy metals, chemical pollutants and carcinogens Powerful antioxidant

Vitamin A (Retinol)
Source: Synthesis

  • Regulates processes of intercellular communication Provides minimal skin damage
  • Effectively cleanses skin
  • Anti-inflammatory effects
  • Improves skin texture and structure

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
Source: Natural

  • Aids cell turnover and collagen maintenance Protects skin structural integrity
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Speeds wound healing
  • Helps with mucus secretion in skin Improves zinc absorption

Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide)
Source: Natural

  • Enhances skin tone
  • Improve overall appearance of skin Improving skin texture
  • Reduce appearance of acne

Vitamin B5 (Panthenol)
Source: Natural

  • Deficiency results in many dermatological disorders Acts as skin conditioning agent
  • Provide deep penetrating moisture
  • Wound healing and anti-inflammatory effects
  • Hair conditioning agent, preventing damage

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)
Source: Natural

  • Overconsumption can lead to more acne
  • 50 - 250mg a day to reduce sebum production Red blood cell development
  • Promotes healthy skin

Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)
Source: Natural

  • Develops healthy skin

  • Fight premature ageing Increase production of collagen
  • Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid) Source: Natural

    • Very effective antioxidant Enhances collagen synthesis

    Vitamin E (Tocopherol)
    Source: Natural

    • Derived from vegetable oils

  • Antioxidant superhero for skin protection Absorbs UV rays and helps prevent UV damage Anti-inflammatory agent
  • Vitamin H (Biotin)
    Source: Natural

    • Also known as vitamin B7
    • Water soluble
    • Essential for metabolizing fats and carbohydrates Strengthen hair, increase nail thickness
    • Assists in production of new cells
    • Helps oil glands function properly

    Glutamine or Acetyl Glutamine
    Aspatic Acid
    Source: Natural

    • Conditionally essential amino acid
    • For Smoother, Radiant & Healthy-looking skin Growth of fibroblast cells
    • Reverses aging effects
    • Increasing collagen production
    • Acetyl Glutamine an improved form of Glutamine


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