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Biosil: for Beauty, Bones & Joints....

Biosil for strong bones, nails and hair...

People ask all the time what vitamin or supplement will help their hair grow, their nails get harder, or how to remove their age related wrinkles? The answer is simple, Biosil by Natural Factors is one of the most amazing, efficacious products on the market.

How does it work? The collagen generating quality of Biosil gives structural support to the entire human body, especially hair, skin, nails, joints and bones. But starting as early as the age of 21, collagen diminishes by 1% per year. By age 30, the signs become visible and measurable. BioSil’s patented collagen generators are clinically proven to thicken and strengthen hair, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, increase skin elasticity, strengthen nails, increase bone mineral density at the hip region, and increase formation of “bone-cushioning” collagen. It’s important to note that BioSil is not made out of collagen, it generates collagen by switching on the body’s own collagen producing cells.

For Skin, Hair, Nails and Joints: Take 5 drops, 2 times per day. Mix in with a 1/4 cup of liquid (preferably juice) and drink immediately. For Bones: Take 6 drops, 1 time per day. Mix in with a 1/4 cup of liquid (preferably juice) and drink immediately. Or if you prefer capsules, take two capsules a day and keep your eyes on your tub, you're going to see less and less you-know-what going down the drain...

Ps: Biosil makes a great stocking stuffer...

Please visit us at: Innovative Nutrition, 206 Rt. 25A, East Setauket (next to Mario's Restaurant) or online at: www.innovative-nutrition.net

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Marian Larson December 19, 2012 at 11:43 AM
How is Biosil different from Biotin?
Eric Robert Santiago December 19, 2012 at 06:10 PM
Marian, Biotin is a water soluble B vitamin, (which happens to be great for your hair), while Biosil is not a vitamin at all, but vegetal silica, from the herb horsetail that helps to generate collagen production, hence it's great for your bones, skin & hair. Happy Holidays!
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Elisha Monique January 09, 2014 at 05:19 PM
Hi, what happens if biosil is mixed and was allowed to sit?

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