HAIR-POWER | Strong Nails and Healthy Hair
Natural Food Supplement | 60 Capsules
With Cystine and Minerals.
Millet extract contributes to the well-being of hair and nails .
L-Cystine is an amino acid that guarantees the appropriate synthesis of Glutathione, which is one of the main endogenous cellular antioxidants.
It is also necessary for the correct synthesis of keratin, an important protein for the correct structuring of skin appendages such as nails, hair and hair
Millet is a naturally gluten-free ancient grain belonging to the Poaceae family, very widespread in Asia and Africa and currently increasingly known and used also in Italy, for its remarkable properties for health and for its use in case of celiac disease or sensitivity to gluten. Millet contributes to the well-being of hair and nails.
Horsetail is a very ancient herbaceous perennial plant, so much so that it is considered a vegetable fossil. In fact, it was already present 400 million years ago, when the earth was populated by gigantic horsetails, as tall as trees. Precisely the remains of these plants have formed, over time, the deposits of coal in the subsoil. The use of horsetail has a long tradition. Even today it is considered an effective natural remedy. In Italian folk medicine, it was used as a diuretic and haemostatic. In the past, it was also prescribed in case of tuberculosis. It is said that among the Sumerians horsetail was used to treat edema and wounds suffered in battle.
Only in more recent times has it been used as a diuretic medicine, suitable for curing diseases of the bladder and kidneys.
Nettle is a plant of the Urticaceae family. Rich in vitamins and minerals, it is used for the well-being of the urinary tract and kidneys, but also for the beauty of the skin.
Iron is the fourth element we find on earth. Its importance is undeniable considering that for our body it is an essential mineral to be integrated daily. Food is certainly the most natural form of iron supplementation, but we can only absorb a small part of what we ingest. In practice, our body is able to assimilate only 10 percent of it from plants and about 20 percent of that contained in proteins of animal origin.
For this reason, in case of significant deficiencies, integration is necessary
Pine bark (Pycnogenol) is a polyphenol obtained from the bark of the French maritime pine, it has an antioxidant action by acting as a scavenger of all forms of free radicals, both nitrogen and oxygen. This is due to their cardioprotective and anti-inflammatory action.
Zinc (Zn) is a mineral present in the body in small quantities but it is an essential element for over two hundred enzymes and many proteins. Zinc accumulates predominantly within muscle, bone, skin and liver cells and in hair, but is also present in brain tissue and is required for proper function of hormones, including insulin, growth hormone and the sex hormones. Zinc contributes to normal macronutrient metabolism. It contributes to the maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood and to normal fertility and reproduction.
Zinc together with Selenium help protect cells from oxidative stress and keep hair and nails healthy.