Proven by scientific studies to improve skin elasticity by acting as building blocks for skin tissue. Also, provides raw material for joint cartilage, ligaments and tendons.
Essential amino acid that is vital for the body's natural collagen synthesis.
Vitamin B1 contributes to the important process of converting glucose into energy.
Like vitamin B1, vitamin B2 plays an essential role in sustaining your energy level by metabolising your daily macronutrients - protein, fat, carbohydrates - into energy.
Helps to convert food into energy and protects the skin from damaging UV rays.
Nicknamed “ the anti-stress vitamin” because it plays a role in the secretion of the stress hormone, cortisol. It strengthens the texture of skin and hair and can prevent acne.
It plays a key role in stimulating brain function (memory/metabolism) and aging. It also intervenes in the metabolism of amino acids, fatty acids and sugars and contributes to the formation of hormones (it can relieve PMS) and blood cells.
Pyridoxal-5-phosphate (P5P) is the active form of B6 that must be converted in the body by the liver into P5P for it to be effective.
Biotin is essential for skin, nails and hair. Helps build stronger keratin by activating cells that replicate faster. The result is stronger hair and nails and faster growth.
It is involved in very delicate processes such as the synthesis of proteins, DNA, RNA and the formation of haemoglobin. It also contributes to preserving cardiovascular health.
Like folic acid, vitamin B12 is involved in metabolism and supports the synthesis of DNA and RNA, amino acids and fatty acids. It also plays a leading role in the production of red blood cells and the formation of bone marrow.
It participates in many metabolic reactions and in the biosynthesis of amino acids, hormones and collagen. Thanks to its strong antioxidant powers, vitamin C raises the barriers of the immune system Furthermore, it is essential for the neutralization of free radicals.
An antioxidant that protects the skin from the action of free radicals, which are responsible for skin aging and UV cell damage.
Skin healer and repairer. Boosts the immune system
A nutrient (trace element) essential for the elimination of free radicals, the defence of cells from oxidative damage (oxidation of proteins and fats) and protection from diseases, for example cardiovascular and age-related conditions.
"The queen of the immune system', that coordinates the activity of all cells: both those involved in innate immunity, the immunity you're born with and those of adaptive immunity, developed after exposure to foreign agents.
Vitamin A, or retinol, is a powerful natural antioxidant. It works by accelerating the rate at which skin cells renew, protecting them from aging.
Ashwagandha, classified as an adaptogen, helps the body to adapt to stress-inducing conditions by decreasing inflammation and infection and by modulating adrenal hormones and neurotransmitters.
The adaptogenic activity of Rhodiola has been confirmed by several studies, which have shown its ability to reduce the sense of fatigue and tiredness and increase the body's resistance to psycho-physical stress.
Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil or by its botanical term Ocimum Sanctum has anti-stress s properties. It prevents the increase of the production and circulation of cortisol in the body, the stress hormone.
A phospholipid first isolated in the central nervous system and initially called cephalin. It helps support the structure and function of the central nervous system, keeping your mind and memory sharp.