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    Beta Carotene
    Beta carotene is a form of carotenoid that is converted by the body into Vitamin A. As a potent antioxidant, beta carotene is a vital substance for the development and growth of our body.

    Vitamin C
    Vitamin C is a cell protector, an antioxidant and an immune-system booster. This vitamin is essential for the health of ligaments, tendons, and collagen. The health benefits of Vitamin C are wide-ranging: it can speed up wound healing, minimize bruising, as well as reduce the signs of aging.

    Since collagen is the major constituent of the dermis or skin layer, Vitamin C is very helpful in maintaining healthy and supple skin.

    Vitamin E
    Vitamin E is an antioxidant with the power to protect cells against harmful free-radicals. It can protect the body from the damaging effects of pollutants, second-hand smoke, and also from the aging process.

    Vitamin E is thought to promote healing of burns, eczema, and other skin conditions.

    Riboflavin
    Also known as vitamin B-2, riboflavin is important for the body's ability to maintain the proper metabolism. It also reinforces the body's antibody reserves and helps boost the immune system. For your skin, riboflavin can help treat rosacea or redness. Riboflavin is important for overall tissue health, by helping wounds heal faster.

    Niacin and Niacinamide
    These two forms of vitamin B-3 are useful in improving circulation.

    • Vitamin B-6
    Vitamin B-6 works as a co-enzyme to increase the rate of chemical reactions - indeed, this workhorse vitamin is required in no fewer than 100 chemical and metabolic processes in the body every single day!

    Vitamin B-6 is believed to be important for clear skin complexion, as well as strong nails and healthy hair.

    Folic Acid
    Folic acid is a type of vitamin B that is known for its protective effects in preventing heart disease and birth defects. Actually, folic acid is involved in all cells that undergo cell division or multiplication - so it is important for the proper growth of nails, hair, and skin cells.

    Biotin
    Biotin is another member of the B-vitamin family. It participates in a wide variety of enzymatic reactions as co-factors, including in the metabolism of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates.

    As a supplement, biotin can strengthen hair and nails by helping proper formation of keratin, the main protein found in those two body parts. Studies have also suggested that biotin can prevent hair loss and gray hair.

    • Vitamin B-5
    Vitamin B-5 or panthothenic acid plays a role in many body processes, from growth to reproduction. In addition to its function in maintaining metabolism, reducing the effects of stress on the body, and regulating cell growth, vitamin B-5 also helps to protect the skin against aging.

    Zinc
    This essential trace mineral is required by every cell in the body - in addition to boosting the immune system and speeding up wound healing, zinc has also been suggested to be important in the formation of collagen.

    • Inositol
    Inositol is a member of the vitamin B-complex family. It is involved in fat metabolism and plays a role in hair and skin health.

    Glycine
    Glycine is an amino acid building block for proteins and enzymes - it is required for the structural integrity and functions of literally thousands of proteins in the body. It is also required in the biosynthesis of nucleic acids (DNA and RNA), as well as bile acids and even other amino acids.

    • Gelatin
    Gelatin is mainly composed of protein, amino acid, and collagen (the primary component of dermis, nail, and cartilage). In addition to its use as food (think jelly), gelatin has long been thought to be beneficial for joint, hair and nail health.

    PABA
    PABA, or Para-Aminobenzoic Acid, is a component of folic acid, another member of the B vitamin family. PABA is important for the health of your hair and skin - indeed, PABA has been attributed as having a protective effect on hair follicles and may prevent graying of hair.

    L-Cysteine
    Cysteine is an amino acid that serves as a building block of proteins. It is also essential for the formation of keratin, a fibrous protein that is a major component of hair. Cysteine and its ability to form strong molecular bonds is responsible for the strength of keratin.

    Cysteine is an important nutrient for healthy hair - in fact, it is the most abundant amino acid in hair!

    L-Tyrosine
    Tyrosine is also an amino acid. Besides its function in being a building block for enzymes and proteins, tyrosine is also be involved in the formation of hair pigment or hair color.

    Eleutherococcus senticosus
    Eleutherococcus senticosus (also known as Siberian ginseng) has long been used in Chinese medicine to increase vitality, enhance memory, and boost the immune system. It allows your hair, skin, and nails to deal better with the effects of stress.