Mivolis (DAS gesunde PLUS) Hair Vital Vitamin Complex With Zinc 60 Capsules (Mivolis Haar Vital Komplex mit Zink Kapseln)
Hair Vital Vitamin Complex provides the body with the metabolically active nutrients such as zinc, biotin, folic acid, pantothenic acid and other essential vitamins of the B-complex. Zinc provides the body with vital building blocks for hair, skin and nails.
The Hair Vital Vitamin Complex Capsules with zinc are not vegan.
Ingredients: Maltodextrin, Gelatin (Beef), zinc citrate, nicotinamide (niacin), calcium – D – pantothenate (pantothenic acid), pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), copper gluconate, thiamine mononitrate (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), separating agent magnesium salts of fatty acids, dye titanium dioxide, potato starch, folic acid, D – biotin, releasing agent silicon dioxide, sodium selenate, cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12).
Zinc: 10.00 mg / 100%
Vitamin B1: 1.4 mg / 127%
Vitamin B2: 1.4 mg / 100%
Vitamin B6: 1.8 mg / 129%
Vitamin B12: 2.5 g / 100%
Biotin: 150 μq / 300%
Folic acid: 200 g / 100%
Niacin: 16.0 mg NE / 100%
Pantothenic acid: 6.0 mg / 100%
Selenium: 14.0 mg / 26%
Copper: 0.25 mg / 25%
Directions for use: Take 1 capsule daily. Swallow the whole capsule with water.
Vitamin B2 (also known as riboflavin): This vitamin plays a key role in fat, protein and carb metabolism. A riboflavin deficiency can result in severe or gradual hair loss.
Vitamin B5 (also known as pantothenate): This vitamin is commonly found in various skin and hair care products. A pantothenate deficiency can result in hair loss and scalp irritation. Some hair care experts believe that vitamin B5 can be applied to hair externally to make it shinier and stronger. For this reason vitamin B5 is commonly found in hair shampoos and conditioners, although there is no strong evidence showing that B5 applied externally has any measurable benefits (and if it does they are likely to be very short lasting).
Vitamin B6: While this vitamin is not linked to hair growth directly, it can help to keep your skin and scalp healthy, which will in turn promote better hair growth. Vitamin B6 deficiency can bring on a skin condition called dermatitis which is often responsible for slower hair growth and thinning.
Vitamin B7 (also known as Biotin): One of the main ingredients in hair and skin care products, Biotin is thought to make nails and hair grow stronger. Overall Biotin is an extremely important vitamin as it is required by the body in order to produce fatty acids and promote cell growth. Although Biotin deficiencies are rare, they do happen and can cause hair loss, thinning and breakage.
Vitamin B12: Just like with vitamin B6, B12 has no direct link to hair growth. With that said, without B12 the body cannot perform many metabolic functions which can have an indirect negative effect on hair growth and your overall health. Gray hair at an early age (under 30 or so) can also be a sign of vitamin B12 deficiency.
Some of the signs of vitamin B deficiency are:
– Dry and itchy skin, especially around the mouth.
– Cracked lips, especially around the edges.
– Rash on the face or genitals.
– Brittle nails.
– Lots of dandruff.
– Extreme nervousness and irritability.
– Gray hair in people under the age of 30.
– Depression, lack of energy, fatigue and constant tiredness. Vitamin B helps us access energy from food and a deficiency can make all bodily functions “lag behind” a bit.
– Some cases of hormonal imbalance can be caused by lack of vitamin B. Hormonal imbalance leads to hair loss.
– Problems with the central nervous system often inhibit healthy hair growth. B-complex vitamins are absolutely essential to nervous system health.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Produced in Germany