- Nourish and Strengthen Hair*
- Rejuvenate Dry, Cracked or Irritated Skin*
- Improve Nail Strength*
- Free Radical Protection*
Biotin Can Help:
- Encourage hair growth by nourishing and strengthening hair follicles. 1,2*
- Rejuvenate dry or irritated skin by naturally promoting cell growth and turnover. 3,4*
- Improve nail strength, especially in people who experience brittle nails.5*
Biotin is an essential micronutrient that functions as a coenzyme in the breakdown of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, supplying critical factors that strengthen the protective outer layer of the body.3,6*
Medium-chain triglycerides from coconut may support hair health by supplying fatty acids for cell membranes and providing protection against free radical damage to hair follicles. 7,8*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Biotin:Also known as vitamin B7, biotin is essential for several metabolic processes in the body. A sufficient level of biotin in the body is critical for the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and amino acids. Biotin also promotes the synthesis of keratin, a key structural protein that is present in hair, skin, and nails.1,5*
Medium-chain triglycerides from coconut:Research suggests that medium-chain fatty acids may offer unique benefits for promoting hair follicle cell integrity and protecting hair against the damaging effects of uV radiation and free radicals associated with normal aging. 7,8*
As a dietary supplement, take one (1) capsule, once daily, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
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2. Trüeb RM. Serum Biotin Levels in Women Complaining of Hair Loss. International Journal ofTtrichology, 2016;I(2):73.
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4. Ogawa Y, Kinoshita M, Sato T, Shimada S, Kawamura T. (2019). Biotin Is Required for the Zinc Homeostasis in the Skin. Nutrients. 2019;11(4):919.
5. Chessa MA, Iorizzo M, Richert B, et al. Pathogenesis, Clinical Signs and Treatment Recommendations in Brittle Nails: A Review. Dermatology and Therapy. 2020;10(1):15-27.
6. Zempleni J, Wijeratne SS, Hassan YI. Biotin. Biofactors. 2009;35(1):36-46.
7. Wanten GJ, Naber AH. Cellular and Physiological Effects of Medium-chain Triglycerides. Mini Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry. 2004;4(8):847-857.
8. Trüeb RM. (2015). The Impact of Oxidative Stress on Hair. International Journal of Cosmetic Science. 2015;37:25-30.