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FloraSil is prized for its ability to help restore natural beauty by providing valuable nutrients to skin, bones, hair, and nails.This silica-based supplement is the inside-out solution that will finally step up to the plate. Silica is a lifesaver when it comes to your body’s biggest organ: your skin! Your body uses silica to help your skin retain elasticity and moisture. It’s also key in the production of collagen—the protein responsible for making your skin look young and smooth and reducing wrinkle development. For those of us who need a little extra oomph in the hair department, silica’s other superpower is making your hair thicker, shinier, and stronger for noticeably fuller and more lustrous locks in both men and women.
Beyond appearance, silica also helps your body absorb calcium which keeps your bones, teeth, and nails strong and healthy.Most silica is synthetically made or lost in food due to over-refining and processing... But FloraSil is a water-soluble form of natural silica from the spring horsetail plant, extracted by a special process that uses water instead of harmful chemicals.
Our unique extraction method was developed by Dr. Louis Kervran at the University of Paris.This process preserves bioflavonoids necessary for effective absorption of silica and ensures retention of calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, boron, iron, and phosphorus. It also helps remove aluminum from your body and—drum roll please—it’s suitable for vegetarians and vegans. So many reasons to add this powerhouse to your daily dose of vitamins and minerals!
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Hillary Eaton is a Los Angeles based food and travel writer whose work has appeared in such publications as VICE, Food & Wine, Refinery 29, Complex and Los Angeles Times.