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SYNACTIFS SUNACTIFS solar Prevention 30 capsules
- Immediate action through Mélaline®, L-Tyrosine, lutein, and zeaxanthin
Description SYNACTIFS SUNACTIFS solar Prevention 30 capsules
- Prolonged action with the borage oil and Mélaline®
- A background action through the axtaxanthine, copper, selenium, zinc and lycopene
Directions for use and dosage
1 to 2 capsules per day.
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Composition SYNACTIFS SUNACTIFS solar Prevention 30 capsules
2 capsules contain:
- Borage oil microencapsulated 30% GLA: 266 mg
- L-Tyrosine: 200 mg
- Mélaline ® 150 mg
- Lutein 20%: 50 mg
- Zeaxanthin 25%: 16 mg
- Tomato extract (Lycopene 20%): 40 mg
- AstaReal ® (Astaxanthin 5%): 40 mg
- Zinc (bisglycinate): 10 mg
- Copper (bisglycinate): 1.2 mg
- Selenium: 55 mcg
- Vitamin D3: 2.5 mcg
Precaution of use
- It is recommended to follow recommended doses
- Keep out of reach of children
- This dietary supplement does not replace a varied and balanced diet or a healthy lifestyle
- People under medical supervision should seek advice from their pharmacist or doctor
- Not suitable for people allergic to any component
Introducing SYNACTIFS SUNACTIFS solar Prevention 30 capsules
Box of 30 capsules.
Our tips and advice from experts in pharmacy
- Copper contributes to normal skin pigmentation
- Zinc protects cells against oxidative s tress, and helps maintain normal skin.
Astaxanthin is a pigment of the carotenoid family. While some vegetables may contain, these are marine species which are the primary sources, astaxanthin is produced by several kinds of algae and plankton (eg Krill Oil). This is particularly the red pigment that gives color to salmon and shrimp.
Copper is a trace element that is involved in many biochemical reactions in cells because it is essential for many enzymes. He acts in the formation and maintenance of connective tissue. It is found in most foods. The bisglycinate shape allows maximum absorption in the body.
Native to southern and central Europe, borage oil was used since ancient times by the Roman legionaries, for its richness in essential fatty acids but also in mucilage and nitrate Potassium. These were sometimes doped before the battles with wine flavored with flowers or borage leaves. The microencapsulated form of the oil enables prolonged and controlled release of active ingredients.
The determining factor for the production of dopamine, noradrenaline and adrenaline is the amount of free L-tyrosine in the brain. Our current Western diet has a very low content of L-tyrosine, which makes their presence in the body insufficient. It is present especially in bananas, avocados, almonds or cheese.
Lutein is a natural pigment, which is yellow at low concentrations and orange-red at high concentrations. It is part of the carotenoid family. The human body can not produce lutein, it must obtain from food. Lutein is present in the eye, blood, skin, brain and breast. It is found in the yolk, yellow vegetables (like corn or carrots), or green leaves (spinach type sorrel) and edible flowers such as marigold.
Lycopene belongs to the carotenoid family, specifically carotenes. It is a fat-soluble red pigment that is found mostly in tomatoes but also in other red fruits like watermelon or grapefruit.
Mélaline® is a naturally pigmented keratin hydrolyzate by melanin pigment responsible for skin protection and tanning. This asset is produced from the black sheep wool.
Selenium is a trace element present in most foods, but they are nuts (especially Brazil nuts), fish and seafood, offal (kidney, liver) and meat that are the best sources. It can not be synthesized by the body, so it must be provided by food.
Vitamin D3 is a natural vitamin synthesized in the skin under the action of UV rays. It is also called cholecalciferol.
Zeaxanthin is a natural pigment, which is yellow at low concentrations and orange-red at high concentrations. It is part of the carotenoid family. Especially found in dark green leafy vegetables (such as spinach and kale), various fruits and grains, as well as in the egg yolk.
Zinc is a trace element known for a long time for its use by the body. There seems to be no form of storage in the human body resulting in a recommended daily allowance. Especially is found in oysters in beef, veal liver, lentils, wholemeal bread or egg yolk. At a certain dosage, it contributes to the maintenance of normal bones. The bisglycinate shape allows maximum absorption in the body.
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- Trace elements
- Amino acids
- Essential oils
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