- made with wild irish seaweed
- supports normal, healthy skin, hair & nails
- beauty from within
- irish brand
With today’s bustling and busy lifestyles our skin, hair and nails are the first to show signs of tiredness, stress and poor nutrition. They reflect our lifestyle and our diet and we often end up covering up these signs with make-up, lotions and potions. There are an enormous number of choices for products to put on the outside but what you take inside can have a huge impact on the look and feel of your skin, hair and nails.
Hair skin nails is a unique blend of wild irish red seaweed, 90% organic bamboo silica, marine collagen, calcium, zinc, b vitamins and much more. Each capsule delivers 12 key nutrients and 72 trace elements which quickly act to nourish the hair follicles, the dermal layer of the skin and the nail beds.
Regular blow-drying, curling, straightening, crimping, backcombing and colouring can take their toll on the look and feel of our hair. Conveniently hair.Skin.Nails contains zinc which contributes to the maintenance of normal, healthy looking hair. While it also contains vitamin b12 and silica from a special bamboo extract.
Radiant, healthy skin that literally glows with vitality comes from nourishing ourselves from within. This is where hair.Skin.Nails comes in. It contains riboflavin, a.K.A. Vitamin b2 and zinc which contribute to the maintenance of normal skin. While it also contains grape seed, lycopene extract and marine collagen.
Like our hair and skin, our nails are a key indicator of our natural beauty and brittle nails can plague any beauty regime. Even though many of us like our acrylics there is nothing quite like showing off our own natural nails. Hair.Skin.Nails contains zinc which contributes to the maintenance of normal nails. As well as calcium and magnesium from a unique active irish wild red seaweed.
Take 1 - 2 capsules daily with food as part of your beauty regime
Wild irish red seaweed ; 90% organic bamboo silica ; grape seed extract ; marine collagen ; zinc ; b vitamins