Biotin is a member of the B family of vitamins. They are required for healthy hair and nail growth.
Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides are considered to be the best form of collagen to supplement your diet with. Advancing age and environmental stressors like UV radiation can damage the collagen inside your body, resulting in premature wrinkling and sagging. Supplementing with collagen peptides supports tissue collagen production for a fresh, vibrant glow.
OptiMSM® is a scientifically studied brand of MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) used to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles, improve skin texture and elasticity, and enhance the strength of hair and nails.
Saw Palmetto Berry was added to Glow to support hormonal health and clean, happy pores.
Full-Spectrum Bamboo Stem & Leaf Extract: Bamboo is rich in silica, a trace mineral that supports healthy hair, skin and nails, as well as the structural integrity of bones and joints.
Spectra™ is a scientifically tested blend of 29 superfood extracts and concentrates. It helps defend your cells against potential toxins known as free radicals and supports cellular oxygenation and healthy nitric oxide levels. Nitric oxide is involved in the regulation of circulation. Spectra contains: Green Coffee Extract, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Broccoli Sprout Concentrate, Onion Extract, Apple Extract, Quercetin, Tomato Concentrate, Broccoli Concentrate, Camu Camu Concentrate, Acerola Extract, Acai Concentrate (Euterpe oleracea), Basil Concentrate, Cinnamon Concentrate, Garlic Concentrate, Oregano Concentrate, Turmeric Extract, Carrot Concentrate, Elderberry Concentrate, Mangosteen Concentrate, Blackcurrant Extract, Blueberry Extract, Sweet Cherry Concentrate, Raspberry Concentrate, Spinach Concentrate, Chokeberry Concentrate, Kale Concentrate, Blackberry Concentrate, Bilberry Extract and Brussels Sprout Concentrate.
Evening Primrose Oil is included in Glow to support hormone health and skin vibrancy.
Pumpkin Seed Concentrate is a highly nutritious food that supports your overall beauty glow.
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) occurs throughout your body, including your skin and joints. Roughly half of the HA in the body is found in the skin. As you get older, starting before your 20s, HA levels fall. Like collagen, increasing age and environmental factors such as UV radiation can damage HA, contributing to wrinkles and loss of skin tone and elasticity.