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Daily Beauty is the most comprehensive beauty formulation for enhancing your appearance.
  • A new-generation, all-in-one dietary supplement composed of the very best beauty nutrients.
  • Rich in Verisol® collagen peptides for revitalised skin and nails.
  • Contains Cynatine® HNS, an excellent source of solubilised keratin for stronger hair.
  • Provides biotin, avocado oil, B3, zinc... for rejuvenated, toned and glowing skin.
  • Innovative Flofit™ double-encapsulation to guarantee maximum bioavailability.
  • Capsules that come in easily-portable packs.
  • The fastest, most effective skincare and anti-aging routine.
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Daily Beauty

Daily Beauty is an all-in-one beauty supplement, composed exclusively of cutting-edge nutrients. It contains Verisol® anti-wrinkle collagen peptides, Cynatine® HNS soluble keratin peptides, and biotin peptides.

Combining these ingredients has been made possible thanks to an innovative double-encapsulation process called Flofit™. This technique allows various substances, in both dry and oil formats, to be uniquely combined in a single capsule (with no excipients or colouring agents).

The carefully-selected compounds in Daily Beauty thus act synergistically to help tone and lift your skin, prevent the formation of new wrinkles and reduce existing ones, give you a radiant complexion, strengthen your hair, preventing hair loss and promoting regrowth, and toughen and improve your nails… The multiple benefits of these ingredients have been confirmed by more than a hundred studies. Quite simply, no beauty supplement has ever offered so many outstanding ingredients acting on so many different levels.

When you supplement with Daily Beauty, you are improving your appearance from deep within to radiate youthfulness and beauty. You will love the dependable efficacy and convenience of this new-age beauty aid.

What does Daily Beauty contain?

Anti-wrinkle supplement Daily Beauty

Daily Beauty boasts a wealth of nutritional riches.

It contains:

  1. Verisol® collagen peptides, a cutting-edge ingredient with high bioactivity. This hydrolyzed form of collagen helps to tone and smooth the skin, and prevent and minimise wrinkles, to give you a fresh, radiant complexion, and in addition, it also fights cellulite (1-5).
  2. Cynatine® HNS, a 100% natural, soluble keratin in powder form. This second patented ingredient significantly promotes the vitality of the hair, skin and nails (6-7).
  3. Biotin, or vitamin B8. The famous ‘beauty vitamin’ is known for its ability to make hair silkier, skin more radiant and nails stronger (8-11).
  4. Avocado oil. Avocados contain a number of fatty acids (palmitic, stearic, oleic, palmitoleic …) and unsaponifiable liquids which plump up and protect the skin (12-13).
  5. Vitamin B3 or niacinamide. B3, a compound widely used in the cosmetics business, helps to improve the skin’s texture, combat wrinkles and blemishes and counter skin redness (14-17).
  6. Vitamin B6 or pyridoxine HCl. This essential vitamin contributes to energy and protein metabolism. By promoting collagen synthesis, it also ensures firmer, more supple skin (18-20).
  7. N-acetyl-L-cysteine. This compound is converted in the body into cysteine and supports healthy renewal of the skin and hair (21-23).
  8. And zinc. This trace-element offers many benefits for the skin. It promotes healing, combats acne, minimises stretch marks, etc. (24-29).

All these ingredients are major allies in achieving a complexion that radiates freshness and beauty.

What makes this formulation so innovative?

This exceptional combination of compounds has been made possible by a technological process called ‘Flofit™ double-encapsulation’.

This innovative process consists of:

  • Placing the powder form nutrients in one capsule.
  • Then immersing this capsule into the nutrients present in oil form, before sealing the capsule.

This Flofit™ technique thus makes it possible to bring together forms of nutrients that could not previously be combined. Ideal for nutraceuticals, this type of capsule also ensures optimal bioavailability of its active principles.

What benefits are offered by the supplement Daily Beauty?

Illustration of the benefits of Daily Beauty

Promotes health and radiance of the skin

Who doesn’t want skin that’s silky smooth, healthy and radiant looking? The supplement Daily Beauty will help restructure and firm up your skin and give your complexion a visible lift.

Verisol® collagen peptides have been chosen for their proven ability to firm the skin and reduce wrinkles. (30) One study showed that after just four weeks’ supplementation with Verisol® peptides, there was a significant improvement in skin elasticity. (31) Unlike a cream, these compounds have the advantage of acting directly on the metabolism of collagen present in the dermis. In addition, collagen peptides are able to reduce cellulite. (32-33)

Biotin is a well-known for combatting imperfections of the skin (acne, flakiness …) and regulating sebum production. (34) This famous ‘beauty vitamin’ is quite simply essential for the health of skin tissues. For example, a lack of biotin is known to be responsible for dermatitis on the face, tired-looking skin, inflammation of mucous membranes, etc. (35) Avocado oil helps protect the skin from the effects of aging. (36)

Niacinamide is recognized for its antioxidant properties and effects against blemishes, redness and wrinkles, particularly in the case of mature skin (37-40). And then there are the effects of solubilised keratin, cysteine and zinc citrate, each of which is known for its benefits for skin health (41-47). The combined result of all these compounds is to nourish and hydrate your skin, minimise impurities and brighten your complexion. They will help give you beautiful, clear, skin that’s silky smooth, toned and with less pronounced lines. A kind of guaranteed facelift!

Helps make hair strong and shiny… and stimulates regrowth

Daily Beauty also helps to give you hair that’s strong, soft, well-conditioned and shiny.

Let’s remember that keratin accounts for almost 90% of the composition of hair. This particular type of protein cannot be obtained from the diet but it can be taken in a soluble form in order to strengthen the structure of the hair and activate re-growth (48). A clinical study has confirmed the efficacy of Cynatine® HNS, the proprietary solubilised keratin compound in Daily Beauty, in making hair stronger and encouraging regrowth(49). For its part, cysteine reinforces keratin and strengthens the hair even more (50).

In addition, several of Daily Beauty’s ingredients directly protect against hair loss. The presence of zinc citrate compensates for any zinc deficiency in zinc, a factor which predisposes to diffuse alopecia (51). By regulating the activity of the sebaceous glands and thus sebum production, biotin helps fight seborrheic dermatitis (52). Producing intense itching, this condition is a major cause of damage to the scalp, and thus hair loss.

We should emphasise that by supplementing with Daily Beauty, you’re taking care of your hair fibre from within which guarantees you more visible and long-lasting results.

Optimises the strength and appearance of your nails

Daily Beauty anti-aging formula

Daily Beauty is also designed to help strengthen and enhance your nails.

As mentioned, this supplement will help toughen and hydrate your nails, which like hair, are primarily composed of keratin. A study has shown that Cynatine® HNS solubilised keratin improves nail strength and appearance (53).

Another study found that Verisol® collagen peptides encourage nails to grow, strengthen brittle nails and reduce nail breakage (54). They’re thus a valuable aid for making your nails stronger, smoother and more defined. Biotin too, makes nails stronger and less brittle (55).

Some additional benefits offered by this beauty supplement...

It’s also worth noting that all these compounds act on several markers of your overall physical condition. They will help you achieve a healthy inner balance:

  • Vitamin B6 plays a fundamental role in transporting minerals across cell membranes. It supports nervous system function and stimulates the formation of red blood cells (56-58).
  • Collagen peptides strengthen ligaments and muscle density and improve the condition of joints (59-60).
  • An anti-anxiety agent, cysteine contributes to reducing obsessive-compulsive behavior … and can help break the habit of nail-biting (61). Cysteine is also necessary for glutathione production, a very important antioxidant (62-63).

Daily Beauty will thus help you achieve a firm, toned and healthy body. And with virtually no effort on your part.

How should you take Daily Beauty?

2 capsules a day

To benefit from the supplement Daily Beauty, you only need to take 2 capsules a day, at any time of day. The capsules come in blister packs so you can take them out with you - there’s no need to carry the whole box and no risk of damaging them by leaving them in the open air.

Some additional beauty tips

Daily Beauty capsules

Here’s a few more recommendations to help you optimise your appearance:

  • Drink plenty of water (around 2 liters a day). This simple measure will help to renew the skin’s hydrolipidic film, give you a beautiful complexion and prevent spots. Start the day, for example, by drinking a large glass of water as soon as you wake up – it will kickstart your body’s elimination functions.
  • Eat a varied, balanced diet. Our nails, for example, need lots of B vitamins, silicon and protein, which we can get from wheat germ, vegetables and meat.
  • Sleep on your back. If you sleep on your stomach with your head buried in the pillow, you can end up creasing the skin on your face, leaving you with more wrinkles. Instead, try to sleep facing the ceiling.
  • And massage your head and face regularly. The act of massaging your head, pleasant in itself, stimulates blood flow and oxygen supply to the scalp which encourages hair regrowth. Massaging your face will help eliminate impurities, and at the same time, make your skin firmer and softer.

Other potential supplements to combine with Daily Beauty

To help you further enhance your beauty assets, you could also take these two high-quality supplements available to buy at Supersmart:

  • The formulation Keranat™, a plant extract-based supplement specially conceived to prevent hair loss and stimulate regrowth.
  • The supplement Skin Ceramides, the ideal companion to Daily Beauty for slowing down the aging of the skin. Its natural ceramides are perfect for helping to hydrate your skin, reduce wrinkles and give you a glowing complexion.

Buy Daily Beauty to improve the health of your skin, hair and nails.

Composition
Daily dose: 2 capsules
Number of doses per pack: 30

Amount
per dose

Collagen peptides (Verisol®) 200 mg
Soluble keratin (Cynatine® HNS) 180 mg
Biotin (vitamin B8) 5 mg
Avocado oil 325 mg
Vitamin B3 (niacinamide) 20 mg
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCl) 5 mg
N-acetyl-L-cysteine 40 mg
Zinc (zinc citrate) 4.2 mg
Verisol® (Gelita), Cynatine® HNS (Roxlor) & Flofit™ (ACG Associated Capsules).
Directions for use
Adults. Take 2 capsules a day.
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