Vitamins and minerals complex

Solvitale - Beauty Concept

Solvitale Beauty concept enriches body with various vitamins and micro elements, that improve the condition of the skin and the nail health. The preparation improves the body’s metabolism, slows the aging process, improves oxygen delivery within the body. The product has antioxidant properties for skin that prevent or even repair the damage caused by environmental factors, such as UV rays and low humidity, as well as damage associated with the aging process. Also, it maintains heart and blood vessels, provides energy, has positive effects on metabolism, premenstrual syndrome, hormone control, emotional disorders, skin conditions, cardiac problems and multiple other.
  • Marine collagen
  • Grape extract (Vitis vinifera) 
  • Spirulina (Spirulina platensis)
  • L-Lysine
  • Magnesium
  • Coenzyme Q10
  • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride)
  • Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)
  • Folic acid
  • Copper
  • Manganese
  • Beta-carotene
  • Zinc
  • Silicon
  • Selenium (from selenium enriched yeast)
  • Chromium
  • Molybden
Recommended daily dosage: 2 capsules
Usage: recommended to use internally 1 capsule twice per day before the meal
Restrictions: recommended from the age of 12
Per package: 60 capsules
Original formula developed by Solepharm Pharmaceuticals research development team. 
Health is priceless, and it is one of the main human values.  It is said that the skin is the mirror of human health and welfare. The body uses the skin as an additional excretory system, if it is unable to get rid of all contamination through the intestinal tract and urinary tract. Skin is like a mirror that shows our body's inner state. Pimples, different rashes, marks on the skin occur when the body is contaminated with bacteria, pathogenic fungi, toxins and allergens. In order to have a clean skin, the entire body should be clean. Exactly the same applies to the enrichment of the body with different trace elements. If the body receives vitamins and trace elements, then the skin will look more radiant and it will not lose its elasticity so fast.
The human skin is the largest organ of the integumentary system. The skin has several layers of ectodermal tissues that basically protect the muscles, bones, ligaments and internal organs (1).
Constantly regenerating, the skin is more than just a body’s envelope. It is the heaviest living organ (3 to 4 kg) with the largest surface area in the human body (1.5 to 2 m²). Being in constant contact with other organs, the skin also reveals other dysfunctions or pathologies, not just deviations in the skin (2).
The skin has lots of functions: the protective function of the internal organs against injuries, the sensory function - ensures pain, touch, temperature, and pressure feeling, the temperature regulation function, the elimination function of the unnecessary substances from the body, when the skin is sweating, the immunity function - protection against bacteria, micro-organisms; the skin's protective function against UV radiation by the synthesis of vitamin D and other substances. If there is any damage to the skin, the skin is unable to perform its functions properly (3,4,5).
Ageing is an inevitable process that features both visual and physical signs. Ageing of various organs and tissues begins at different time, and it is progressing with variable intensity, and is an absolutely individual process. The ageing process activation starts after 25 - 30 years of age, when the body's biological development is complete. Initially, the signs of ageing affect the skin, eyes, teeth and urinary tract (6).
As we age, the skin loses moisture, its regeneration processes slow down and flexibility reduces, the number of receptors and their sensitivity reduce as well. The risk of injuries and infection increases, but the recovery processes become slower. Ageing is a very individual process, it depends on various factors: heredity, medical history, lifestyle, nutrition, environment etc., therefore, the condition of the human body often does not meet the criteria of age, and  the concepts of the calendar (chronological) age and biological age should be differentiated (7). The body's biological age may not coincide with the calendar age. There are also differences between the male and female ageing processes: in men over 48 years, the body's ageing rate increases on average 3 times, but in women this happens around the age of 55, when the ageing rate increases on average 4 times (8).
Hair is a fibrous biomaterial that grows from follicles in the dermis.
The human body, with the exception of its smooth skin, is covered by a thick follicle band, from which the hair grows. Most of the interest is focused on hair growth, hair care and hair types, but hair is an important biomaterial, consisting of protein – keratin (9).
The concept of "hair" refers to two separate structures:
  1. The part under the skin, called the hair follicle, or that which is being pulled from the skin and called the hair bulb. This organ is located in the dermis and it stores the stem cells not only for the new hair growth, but it also rejuvenates the skin after a wound.
  2. The hair trunk that extends above the surface of the skin. The hair cross-section can be roughly divided into three zones (10,11).
Hair growth begins inside the hair follicle. The "live" part of hair is found only in the follicle. The hair that is visible, show no biochemical activity and they are considered to be "dead" (12,13).
Nails are horny formations. A healthy nail is shiny, with smooth surface, gently curved in the middle, matches the shape of the finger. The nail growth, form and colour can be affected by various deficit conditions of the body, external factors, stress, and drugs. Nail health, strength, growth and renewal are affected by the balance of vitamins and minerals in the body.  A, B, C, D, E group vitamins and trace elements: calcium, iron, sulphur, zinc and copper, have a fundamental significance. A shortage of these substances produces disruption of physiological processes in the skin and its derivatives. Nail condition is closely related to the processes ongoing in the body. As neither congenital nor acquired diseases have definite, specific nail changes, their recognition and differentiation often poses difficulties (14,15).
Facts from the literature
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