ingredients

  • Shea Butter

    Shea butter or shea butter, the all-rounder in body care, is made from the fruit of the shea tree and is used in cosmetics ...
  • Vitamin B12

    This vitamin is similar to vitamin B9 and works to activate folic acid. Its actual use is in breaking down fat ...
  • vitamin K

    This vitamin is an important means of regulating blood clotting. Chicken, milk, eggs, spinach, cabbage, lettuce, as well as broccoli, k ...
  • Vitamin H | Biotin

    Biotin acts on the skin, hair and nails. Soybeans, tomatoes, spinach, potatoes, fish, mushrooms and lentils contain vitamin H. Bananas and oat ...
  • Vitamin E

    Vitamin E protects against free radicals (these can cause cell damage and cause cancer) and hardening of the arteries. It contains vitamin E from ...
  • Vitamin D

    Vitamin D is very important for strengthening bones muscles. Those with a vitamin D deficiency are prone to fractures. To be a vitamin D man ...
  • Vitamin C

    The body's defenses are strengthened by vitamin C. It helps wound healing and strengthens bones, cartilage, teeth and connective tissue. You can find V ...
  • Vitamin B9 | Folic acid

    Folic acid, also known as vitamin B9, is a very important element for growth and cell structure. It helps the skin to renew itself ...
  • Vitamin B6

    The formation of red blood cells and the metabolism of amino acids are only part of the effects of vitamin B6 in the body. About that ...
  • Vitamin B5 | Pantothenic acid

    Pantothenic acid is particularly helpful in breaking down fat and carbohydrates. It also supports the formation of cholesterol and hormones. You can find it in ...
  • Vitamin B3 | niacin

    Cell division and many metabolic reactions in cells need niacin. It can be found in all animal products, such as meat, game and ...
  • Vitamin B1

    Vitamin B1 helps the organism to transfer energy from food. Incidentally, it is important for growth, water balance and the ...
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