Beauty Essentials

Beauty Essentials

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Beauty Essentials

Daily Multivitamin enhanced with polyphenols‡

DESCRIPTION

Beauty Essentials is a nutrient dense multivitamin and mineral formula enhanced with a special combination of natural plant compounds called polyphenols from green tea, pomegranate, grape, blueberry and olive extracts along with important antioxidants for healthy aging and appearance.

Indications

  • Foundational vitamins and minerals for daily wellness.
  • Cellular support and protection for healthy skin aging.

Functions and Mechanism of Action

Foundational vitamins, minerals and antioxidants are important for maintaining general health and cellular functions that may affect skin aging and appearance, including hair quality. Beauty Essentials contains a unique blend of flavonoids and phenolic compounds from olive fruit, grape seed, pomegranate, green tea, quercetin, and blueberry to support healthy cells and skin. These polyphenols have antioxidant activity to quench free radicals caused by environmental stressors that is associated with aging skin. The vitamins and minerals in this formula also support various physiological functions, including nervous system health, ocular health, bone health, nutrient and hormone metabolism, and glucose utilization. It also contains alpha lipoic acid, NAC, inositol and choline to complement the neural, cognitive, cardiovascular, liver, and skin health properties of the diverse profile.

Beauty Essentials provides fully chelated minerals for optimal absorption and activated B vitamins, including Metafolin, the naturally occurring universally metabolized form of folate. Metafolin is chemically identical to the active folate metabolite, 5-methyltrahydrofolate (L-5-MTHF), the predominant, naturally occurring form of folate in food. Through bypassing several enzymatic activation steps, it is directly usable by the body and provides all the benefits of folic acid.

Formula 

Serving Size 3 Vegetarian Capsules:

 

 

 

SUGGESTED USE

Adults take 3 capsules, 1-2 times daily with a meal or as directed by a health professional.

FOR ADDITIONAL SKIN SUPPORT, CONSIDER TAKING IN COMBINATION WITH OMEGA BEAUTY, ULTRA HNS AND SKIN PROBIOTIC+‡

WARNING

Take with food. This product may contain a small amount of caffeine from green tea extract. If you have liver problems, consult your health professional before use. If you are pregnant or lactating, have any health condition or are taking any medication, consult your health professional before use.

STORAGE

Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct light. Keep out of reach of children.

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