About our ingredients
D-Biotin: D-biotin is a form of the water-soluble B vitamin biotin, i.e., a body cannot store these nutrients, so a consumer must absorb them through their diets regularly. It is a coenzyme that targets and helps metabolism in the body by converting food molecules into glucose that produces energy. D-biotin has gained popularity over the years since it contains keratin structures that work excellent for hair, nails, and skin keeping them healthy and young-looking. It has shown significant results such as minimizing dark spots and even out skin tones through regular application.
Copper: Copper is an essential nutrient for the human body helps in the making of red blood cells, energy, and a healthier immune system. Copper also produces collagen, which is required by bones, skin, and connective tissues. A copper-deficient person is at high risk of cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, along with many other problems. However, excessive exposure to copper can cause nausea, headache, dizziness, and stomach ache.
Proline: Proline is basically an imino acid, but it is considered an amino acid that helps promote young skin, immune system repair muscles, and reduce skin damage. A body is capable of producing proline, but nonetheless, it is still ingested by some in the form of supplements. It helps maintain enough energy, fight wrinkles, wounds, infections, and wounds. It can help treat insomnia and fatigue to provide the consumer with a healthy lifestyle. Consumption of protein-rich foods such as meat, fish, and dairy can provide the body Proline that it needs.
Collagen: Collagen is a hard, insoluble, and fibrous protein composed of carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen, and it makes an approximate of 30% of proteins in the human body. Regular collagen consumption has been shown to improve skin elasticity, i.e., reduce aging, wrinkles, and texture. Along with that, it increases bone density, strengthening the consumer's joints, back, and knees.
PABA: Para-aminobenzoic acid (PABA) is found in milk, eggs, meat and grains, and many other supplements such as folic acids. It is a vital ingredient in sunscreens since it can treat skin conditions and discoloration to a great extent. Additionally, it eases digestion and improves hair growth and health as long as it is taken in a limited amount such as 400mg maximum until prescribed more.
Vitamin C: Vitamin C or ascorbic acid is a necessary vitamin for the human body. It is found in various vegetables, fruits and also bought as a dietary supplement. These vitamins keep cells, skin, blood vessels, bones, and cartilage healthy and strong. It prevents skin burns and early aging at the finest. A daily dose of 90mg is recommended for adults.
Sodium: Sodium balances the water in your body; it directs the nerves and muscles to function accordingly. A balanced combination of sodium and potassium helps reduce hair loss. When it comes to skin, sodium absorbs the skin's impurities and balance oils in the skin. Sodium deficiency leads to hyponatremia, which comes along with lethargy, confusion, and fatigue and can eventually result in kidney failure.
Citric Acid: Citric acid naturally found in citrus fruits is an odorless and colorless compound that is used to add bitter and sour flavoring to other foods. It converts food energy into cellular energy through the citric acid cycle. This acid is anti-bacterial and kills infections or harmful germs present on the skin and unclog pores. It is known for evening out, brightening, softening, and smoothening the skin tone. However, if you have sensitive skin, you must be cautious before using it.
Cautions & Warning:
- Consult a physician before use, especially if you are taking prescription medication or have a medical condition.
- Women who are breastfeeding, pregnant, or may become pregnant should consult their physician before use.
- Keep away from children