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SILICA FOR HAIR

Silica is an important component of collagen and elastin, two proteins in the body. Collagen holds together the tissues of the body and elastin contributes to a more firm skin!

Silica is also found in the protein keratin, which is the protein that is the main building block of the hair. Silica is transported through the blood to the hair follicles where the hair is formed, increasing the nutrient supply and contributing to a hair that is more shiny and with more volume.

Silica balances the sex hormones. Men and women have both testosterone and estrogen in their bodies, but in varying proportions. When the balance of these hormones does not work and a person has too much of one of the hormones or too little of the other, then hair is one of the things that is affected first, which can lead to hair loss.

Silica is also important for the transport of nutrients to the hair follicles. The mineral has a unique ability to bind with many other nutrients in the body and transport the substances in the bloodstream, and further to the scalp, but also to other parts of the body.

Silica the THE MINERAL OF BEAUTY - (silicon dioxide) - is a common ingredient in beauty products and dietary supplements for skin, hair and nails. The mineral contributes to:

  • Firm and elastic skin
  • Thick and shiny hair
  • Strong nails
  • Flexible joints
  • Healthy connective tissue
  • Healthy bone formation

SILICA FOR SKIN, HAIR & NAILS

Silica the THE MINERAL OF BEAUTY - (silicon dioxide) - is a common ingredient in beauty products and dietary supplements for skin, hair and nails. The mineral contributes to:

  • Firm and elastic skin
  • Thick and shiny hair
  • Strong nails
  • Flexible joints
  • Healthy connective tissue
  • Healthy bone formation

SILICA PROTECT YOUR SKIN AGAINST EARLY AGING AND GIVES YOU A THICK AND SHINY HAIR!

Silica is also an important component of collagen and elastin, two proteins in the body. Collagen holds together the tissues of the body and elastin contributes to a more firm skin!

Silica is also found in the protein keratin, which is the protein that is the main building block of the hair. Silica is transported through the blood to the hair follicles where the hair is formed, increasing the nutrient supply and contributing to a hair that is more shiny and with more volume.

Silica balances the sex hormones. Men and women have both testosterone and estrogen in their bodies, but in varying proportions. When the balance of these hormones does not work and a person has too much of one of the hormones or too little of the other, then hair is one of the things that is affected first, which can lead to hair loss.

Silica is also important for the transport of nutrients to the hair follicles. The mineral has a unique ability to bind with many other nutrients in the body and transport the substances in the bloodstream, and further to the scalp, but also to other parts of the body.

COLLAGEN CONTAINS SILICA

Collagen contains silica, and is therefore important for optimal collagen formation. Silica found in, for example, skin, hair, nails, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, blood vessels and connective tissue, provides both strength and stability to these tissues.

SILICON, SILICON DIOXID OR SILICA - WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?

Silicon dioxide (SiO2) is a natural compound made of: silicon (Si) and oxygen (O2). It is for example found naturally in water, plants and animals.

Chemically, silica is the oxide form of silicon. This means silica is silicon with an oxygen molecule attached to it via covalent bonding. Therefore, silica is often called silicon dioxide and then shortened to silicon. In comparison, silicon is not a molecule, rather an atom.

Silicon dioxide is a trace element / trace element and is the second most abundant element on earth after oxygen, and in the human body the third most abundant trace element (1). Silicon dioxide is a semi-metallic element with the atomic number 14 and the chemical sign Si.

Silicon dioxide is a mineral that is often overlooked, but silicon dioxide is actually the basis of life.

The mineral is needed to keep many of the body's tissues and organs in good condition!

 

Question: What are the advantages of silica from bamboo compared to silica from other sources?

Answer: Bamboo has a content of 75% silica (silicon dioxide), which is much higher than other sources of silicon dioxide, such as for example horsetail. Also, silicon dioxide from bamboo does not contain an enzyme, which is found in horsetail, which breaks down thiamine (vitamin B1) in the body.

 

Question: Does a traditional diet contain silica?

Answer: Silica occurs in normal traditional diets, but the uptake is low. Common sources of silica in the diet are rice, cereals and vegetables.

 

Question: From which sources does silica come from in dietary supplements?

Answer: Silica used in dietary supplements comes mainly from plants such as bamboo and horestail, but can also come from quartz sand (found as natural sand layers on land and the seabed). The silica used in COLLAGEN - SKIN & HAIR COMPLEX™ comes from ORGANIC BAMBOO.

 

Question: How to use COLLAGEN - SKIN & HAIR COMPLEX™?

Answer: We recommend mixing a scoop of COLLAGEN - SKIN & HAIR COMPLEX™ into a smoothie, water, juice, or other optional cold beverage, or use it when baking cold pastries.

Silicon found in mixtures with ingredients that are heat sensitive, such as vitamin C, should not be mixed in boiling water or used in hot cooking as this can reduce the benefits of the ingredient.

 

SILICA (SILICON DIOXIDE) QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Question: What is silica?

Answer: Silica is a trace element found naturally in the body. Trace elements are the minerals we need in smaller quantities and which have clear biochemical functions in the body (1).

 

Question: What is the function of silica in the body? Why is silica important for the body's production of collagen?

Answer: Silica is needed, among other things, for the body's collagen production, collagen is a protein found in the connective tissue. Connective tissue is the tissue that provides firm and cohesive function for all the tissues and organs of the body. As we age, the levels of silica are greatly reduced, resulting in thinner hair and brittle nails, and a less elastic skin. At normal silica levels, the hair is thick and has a nice glow, the nails grow faster, grow stronger, and the skin becomes more elastic.

Below are some examples of the benefits of silica for the body:

  • Firm and elastic skin
  • Thick and shiny hair
  • Strong nails
  • Healthy joints
  • Healthy connective tissue
  • Healthy bone structure

 

Question: Why is silica important for hair?

Answer: Silica balances the sex hormones. Men and women have both testosterone and estrogen in their bodies, but in varying proportions. When the balance of these hormones does not work and a person has too much of one of the hormones or too little of the other, then hair is one of the things that is affected first, which can lead to hair loss.

Silica is also important for the transport of nutrients to the hair follicles. The mineral has a unique ability to bind with many other nutrients in the body and transport the substances in the bloodstream, and further to the scalp, but also to other parts of the body.

 

Question: Why is silica important for a strong skeleton?

Answer: Silica facilitates the absorption of calcium into the body, which contributes to a healthy and strong skeleton.

 

Question: What are the advantages of silica from bamboo compared to silica from other sources?

Answer: Bamboo has a content of 75% silica (silicon dioxide), which is much higher than other sources of silicon dioxide, such as for example horsetail. Also, silicon dioxide from bamboo does not contain an enzyme, which is found in horsetail, which breaks down thiamine (vitamin B1) in the body.

 

Question: Does a traditional diet contain silica?

Answer: Silica occurs in normal traditional diets, but the uptake is low. Common sources of silica in the diet are rice, cereals and vegetables.

 

Question: From which sources does silica come from in dietary supplements?

Answer: Silica used in dietary supplements comes mainly from plants such as bamboo and horestail, but can also come from quartz sand (found as natural sand layers on land and the seabed). The silica used in COLLAGEN - SKIN & HAIR COMPLEX™ comes from ORGANIC BAMBOO.

 

Question: How to use COLLAGEN - SKIN & HAIR COMPLEX™?

Answer: We recommend mixing a scoop of COLLAGEN - SKIN & HAIR COMPLEX™ into a smoothie, water, juice, or other optional cold beverage, or use it when baking cold pastries.

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