Capelli, pelle e unghie LIQUIDO 20 x 25ml
- Collagen formation for normal skin function
- Maintaining normal hair, skin and nails
- Contributes to the maintenance of normal hair and skin
- Contributes to the maintenance of normal skin and hair pigmentation
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Yamamoto® Research Capelli, pelle e unghie LIQUIDO is a new-generation food supplement designed to nourish and support the health and trophism of hair, skin and nails.
These elements are extremely susceptible to the passage of time, and as they age, the elements that provide greater tone and firmness are lost, making them more fragile, thinner, and less “healthy”. It is not only ageing that affects the health of the skin, hair and nails. It is enough to think of a period of strong psychophysical stress, an unbalanced diet, or the presence of specific illnesses which then often affect the state of well-being of the hair, skin and nails.
The formulation of Capelli, pelle e unghie LIQUIDO is characterised by a blend of antioxidant, trophic and nourishing elements such as: ExceptionHYAL® Star hyaluronic acid, Pycnogenol®, Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin C, Zinc, Beta-carotene, Watts’up®, Copper and Biotin.
ExceptionHYAL® Star Hyaluronic Acid is a biotechnological ingredient belonging to the new generation of hyaluronic acids, based on a specific spectrum of molecular weights, which supports the physiological health of the skin by acting on the release of its metabolites and strongly promotes the endogenous synthesis of HA within the skin. Its action from within makes the skin more hydrated and allows for a more efficient barrier effect, improving the appearance and tone of the skin, increasing its elasticity, smoothness and reducing wrinkles. The full spectrum molecular weight makes ExceptionHYAL® Star the best compromise in terms of enzymatic stability, anti-inflammatory activity and antioxidant capacity.
Pycnogenol® is an active ingredient extracted from French maritime pine bark. A large number of studies in its favour have demonstrated not only its effectiveness as a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antithrombotic and anti-allergic, but also as an interesting ally in skin health, primarily as a powerful antioxidant against the negative effects of excess oxidative stress. The benefits for the skin also extend to its ability to bind with collagen and elastin, protecting the skin from the negative effects of UV rays, helping to strengthen its elasticity and tone, making it younger and brighter. Pycnogenol has been shown to be effective in reducing the intensity and extent of pigmentation of brown or grey skin spots, caused by the hyperactivity of melanocytes, which are frequent in the ageing process.
The presence of Coenzyme Q10 significantly boosts its antioxidant effects, together with Vitamin C (which further supports collagen production), Beta-carotene and Zinc, a deficiency of which leads to hair loss, dry and brittle hair and nails which break more easily. This valuable mineral is needed to maintain a healthier skin, in the treatment of acne or psoriasis and dermatitis, by promoting skin tissue renewal and wound healing.
Watts’up® is a patent based on Hesperidin, a compound derived from the membranes and peels of citrus fruits, which provide a wealth of skin benefits, including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and skin-lightening properties, restoring and repairing the protective barrier.
Biotin (or Vitamin B7 or H) is essential for maintaining healthy skin, nails and hair. It plays a very important role in the growth and strengthening of hair and nails through its involvement in keratin synthesis.
Keratin is the main protein in hair and nails, giving them tone, structure and strength, and it is no coincidence that signs of its deficiency also include rashes, loss and/or fragility of nails and hair.
Copper is a trace element that helps slow down ageing and prevent brittleness of the hair and nails, possessing the property of stimulating elastin production, collagen formation, stimulating melanin production and promoting the keratinisation processes of the hair but also of the skin, to ensure greater trophism and health of the connective tissue in general.
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Pycnogenol® inhibits release of enzymes involved in breaking-down collagen and elastin in inflamed skin in humans.
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|Nutrition information (Maracuja)||Per daily dose (25 ml)||%RI*|
|Hyaluronic acid||100 mg||125|
|Vitamin C||100 mg||125|
|Coenzyme Q10||30 mg||-|
of which vitamin A
133,3 µg RE
|Pinus pinaster Pycnogenol®||30 mg||-|
|* RI = Reference Intakes|
|Ingredients: purified water, flavorings, emulsifier: sucrose esters of fatty acids; sodium hyaluronate ExceptionHYAL® Star, sodium ascorbate (vitamin C), L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C), preservatives: potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate; acidifier: citric acid; zinc gluconate, Coenzyme Q10, dry extract of Maritime Pine PYCNOGENOL® (Pinus pinaster Ait., bark), hesperidin from orange WATTS'UP ® (Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck, fruit es), beta-carotene, sweeteners: sucralose, acesulfame K; copper gluconate, D-biotin.
Directions: take one vial a day. Shake well before use.
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