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Viridian Hyaluronic Acid - 30 x 50mg Vegicaps

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Product code: 1689

Description

Nature`s moisturiser, enhancing skin and joint health. Essential for healthy joint function and mobility, hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in the body as a part of synovial fluid, which provides the liquid layer that cushions and lubricates joints.

Hyaluronic acid is a structure of mucopolysaccharide composed of hydrophilic molecules of Glucuronic acid and N-acetyl glucosamine which bind water and lubricate moveable parts of the human body, especially joints and muscles. It is so called ‘nature’s moisturiser’ for its incredible moisturising properties especially when used in skin-care products. Hyaluronic acid also cushions nerves and ends of bones and may help form barriers against the spread of disease.

Viridian utilise a vegan form of Hyaluronic Acid produced by fermentation processes rather than an animal derived product (typically rooster combs or chicken sternum).

VIRIDIAN PURITY: 100% Active ingredients. This vegan product is free from gluten, wheat, lactose, added sugar, salt, yeast, preservatives or artificial colourings. Non-irradiated. Against animal testing

Contents

30 Vegicaps

One vegicap typically provides:

Content

Hyaluronic Acid

50mg

In a base of alfalfa, spirulina & bilberry.

Ingredients

Capsule:

hypromellose (plant cellulose – vegan)

Usage

Dosage Guide:

Take one to three vegicaps daily with food

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