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'The Fountain of Youth'

Advanced anti-ageing formula
with Hyaluronic Acid

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Ingredients

Hyaluronic Acid
Magnesium
Vitamin C
Grapeseed Extract
Zinc
Co-Enzyme Q10
Vitamin A
Biotin

Flaxseed
Vitamin E
Tyrosine
Vitamin B3
Iron
Vitamin B2
Copper
Vitamin D

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Fountain of Youth

Reduce fine line & wrinkles

Protect against free radicals & UV rays

Lock in moisture

Skin with a healthy glow

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About Hyabeautiful

About Hyabeautiful

Hyabeautiful is a natural skin care product for both women and men...

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About

Hyabeautiful

Hyabeautiful is a natural skin care product for both women and men. Its main ingredient, Hyaluronic Acid, is commonly referred to as ‘The Fountain of Youth’. Combined with other amazing ingredients it reduces the appearance of fine lines & wrinkles, locks in moisture, gives skin a healthy glow, strengthens hair & nails, protects cells from oxidative stress, and helps you look radiant and youthful. Hyaluronic Acid is believed to be the best “from the inside” natural skin moisturiser since it works to hydrate the cells instead of artificially moisturising them from the “outside”. Hyabeautiful contains a massive 1280mg per serving. No extra multi-vitamin needed when using Hyabeautiful.  Add it now to your daily routine with 2 liters of water. “Beautiful begins inside…”

 

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Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid is commonly referred to as the ‘fountain of youth’, it is commonly thought through proper dieting and adequate supplementing, there is no reason for a person not to live many more years free from wrinkles, joint stiffness, muscle weakness, and dim vision. Its primary function is to bind to water, which gives it a viscous “Jello” type texture. Its water binding function helps lubricate the body, especially in the joints and skin. It is believed to be the best “from the inside” natural skin moisturiser since it works to hydrate the cells instead of artificially moisturising them from the “outside”. Hyaluronic Acid breaks down like oil in your car and as a result needs to be continually replenished. Unfortunately as we age our bodies become less than optimal in replenishing Hyaluronic Acid naturally. This is why supplementation could be helpful in assisting the body to restore more optimal youthful type levels. Approximately 50% of the body’s Hyaluronic Acid is found in the skin. And with age the ability of the skin to produce it is lessened. This is why many who look younger, less wrinkled with more vibrant looking skin and less joint pain are turning to Hyaluronic Acid supplementation. The amazing molecule helps lock moisture in the skin from the inside super hydrating it, restores lubrication to the joints and reduces signs of ageing. 1

Flaxseed Powder

Flaxseed is a plant-based food composed mainly of omega-3 fatty acids. Flax oil is the richest vegetable source of omega-3. Flaxseed leads to healthier skin tone. By keeping your skin moisturised, flaxseed helps to prevent your skin from drying out. The moisturising effect of flaxseed can help you avoid a dull-looking skin. Dry skin is a precursor to a variety of skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and signs of ageing. The essential fatty acids in flaxseed keep the skin hydrated and moisturised. Regular intake of flaxseeds increases the body’s natural oil production, keeping the skin baby soft. Healthy consumption of flaxseeds may make your hair stronger. The high amounts of omega 3 fatty acids in flaxseeds increase the hair’s elasticity, making it less prone to breakage. It can also lower your cholesterol, reduce aches and pains, and help you to be one of those people who look and feel younger than their age. 2

Magnesium

Magnesium is a powerful antioxidant, it is the principal antioxidant in your cells. Magnesium helps convert dangerous superoxide radicals into harmless water.3 It is also very important in wound healing which is a complex process that requires increased production of collagen. Magnesium activates enzymes that provide the amino acid for collagen formation in human skin cells. 4 Glycosaminoglycan synthesis, which requires manganese-activated glycosyltransferases, may also play an important role in wound healing.5

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is reduced in the skin when exposed to sunlight. Environmental pollutants, as well as oxidative material in the body, cause the formation of free radicals, which cause extensive damage on cells, causing premature ageing. Vitamin E is a very effective antioxidant and helps remove these damaging free radicals. Free radicals break down healthy collagen, compromising the skin’s integrity. Vitamin E’s unique chemical structure enables it to effectively and safely quench free radicals. 6,7 Research has shown that vitamin E can modulate genetic signals in skin cells to help prevent oxidative damage.8

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is an intrinsic part of the human body’s production of collagen 9,10 and a powerful antioxidant that can assist in rejuvenation of aged and sun damaged skin. 11,12 Levels of vitamin C decline with age.13 Unfortunately, humans lack the ability to create Vitamin C within the body and must obtain it through diet. With many modern diets and food processing techniques, Vitamin C is destroyed and not available to keep skin looking beautiful. It is also water-soluble and gets excreted very quickly and must be ingested frequently, on a daily basis, for optimum health, collagen formation and reducing the appearance of fine lines on the skin.

Tyrosine

Tyrosine helps produce melanin, the pigment responsible for hair and skin color. One of its primary functions is to protect the skin from sun damage and dissipate most of the UV radiation as heat. Skin cells use tyrosine to form melanin, the pigment that protects against the skin from the damaging effects of ultraviolet light. Thyroid hormones, which play many important roles throughout the body, also contain tyrosine as part of their structure. In fact, tyrosine is used to produce the hormone thyroxin, which is important in the regulation of growth and metabolism, and is required for healthy skin and the maintenance of mental health.

Grapeseed Extract

Grape seed extract contains several plant compounds, including oligomeric proanthocyanidins, or OPCs. OPCs are powerful antioxidants, and according to a report from the Food Research Center in Guelph, Canada, OPCs in grape seed extract contain 20 times the antioxidant power of vitamin E and 50 times the antioxidant power of vitamin C. Protecting the skin from sun damage will maintain, or improve, the overall appearance of the skin. Researchers in the “Journal of Medicinal Food” claim that grape seed extract benefits the skin’s appearance by bonding with collagen, which is the building block of healthy skin, to maintain skin cell health in addition to the skin’s elasticity. The antioxidant power of the OPCs in grape seed extract is credited for these benefits as well. 14

Vitamin B3 (Niacin)

The health benefits of niacin include maintaining good blood circulation, healthy robust skin condition, and normal functioning of the brain, boosting memory power, aiding the digestive tract to absorb sufficient carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.

Zinc

Zinc deficiency is common and may be a cause of acne. according to the World Health Organization, 31.7% of the world’s population is zinc deficient.15 zinc most likely promotes healthy skin by carrying vitamin A to your skin and by regulating your body’s hormonal balance.16 For most people who need it, supplementing with 10mg of zinc per day is ideal (alternatively, take 50mg per week). Again, with zinc, more is not better – do not exceed these recommendations, because you’ll risk copper deficiency, which can have serious health implications. Zinc aids in the formation of collagen. It helps prevent wrinkles, dry skin and stretch marks, and promotes blemish healing

Iron

Iron is one of the more essential minerals for your body, particularly, if you are looking for healthier, smoother, and glowing skin. Iron is required by your body to make hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is a molecule in your blood that helps carry oxygen rich red blood cells from your lungs to all parts of your body (including your skin cells and facial muscles). When your skin is properly supplied with oxygen rich blood, your skin will look more radiant and rosy. Iron is useful element for proper functioning of antioxidants and also helps to activate vitamins in the B group. This also maintains the skin’s health. A deficiency of this vitamin can also causes fatigue, pale face, dry skin and split hair ends. Iron works in synergy with Vitamin C to help increase iron absorption rates. Coffee and tea can affect your body’s ability to absorb iron, because of the presence of polyphenols, so be sure to limit your daily intake. Iron is essential for younger, wrinkle-free skin.

Co-Enzyme Q10

CoQ10 is an antioxidant. It helps neutralize harmful free radicals, which are one of the causes of aging. Unfortunately, the levels of CoQ10 in the body almost inevitably decline with age. In fact, CoQ10 is regarded as one of the most accurate biomarkers of aging since its decline correlates so well with the aging process. In most people over thirty, levels of CoQ10 in the skin are below optimum, resulting in lesser ability to produce collagen, elastin and other important skin molecules. Besides, CoQ10-depleted skin may be more prone to the damage by free radicals, which are particularly abundant in the skin since it is exposed to the elements. Thus, CoQ10 may boost skin repair and regeneration and reduce free radical damage. Furthermore, CoQ10 is a small molecule that can relatively easily penetrate into skin cells. the most encouraging was a 1999 study by German researchers who reported that long-term use of CoQ10 reduced crows’ feet (wrinkles around the eye). 17

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)

B complex vitamins are necessary for healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver. They also help the nervous system function properly. Riboflavin works as an antioxidant by fighting damaging particles in the body known as free radicals. Free radicals can damage cells and DNA, and may contribute to the ageing process, as well as the development of a number of health conditions, such as heart disease and cancer. Antioxidants such as riboflavin can fight free radicals and may reduce or help prevent some of the damage they cause.

Vitamin A

A fat soluble vitamin that helps cells reproduce normally and keep skin healthy. It does this by switching on genes and differentiating keratinocytes (immature skin cells) into mature epidermal cells. 18

Copper

Copper has numerous health benefits and works in synergy with fatty acids, amino acids and vitamins for regular metabolic processes. Copper deficiency is common as it cannot be produced within the human body and must be obtain by the diet, in foods such as; buckwheat, cashews, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, quinoa, sweet potatoes, mango, raisins and others. Copper is present in two forms, copper gluconate and copper sulphate. Found in almost every cell in the human body, the trace element assists in the production of melanin, which is responsible for the pigmentation of skin, hair and eyes. It also helps the body absorb iron.

Biotin

Often referred to as the ‘beauty vitamin’, it is very important for metabolic function, which translates to healthy skin, hair and nails. It is essential for the breakdown of fatty acids, which translates to healthy skin by creating a gloss on the skin to protect against water loss and damage from harmful sun rays.

Vitamin D

Your skin can manufacture plenty of vitamin D from around 20 minutes of summer sun exposure. It is the only vitamin that can be made by the body without it coming from the diet. However, it’s possible to not get enough vitamin deepening on your sun exposure time, age, geographic location etc. The sun can also damage skin, creating wrinkles and fine lines. Vitamin D is instrumental in helping epidermis form a watertight barrier that locks in moisture soft and supple. Without enough vitamin D your skin can sag from lack of adequate support. Dryness and wrinkles can appear as moisture is lost. 19 This is one of the primary reason vitamin D is crucial to the maintenance of healthily looking skin.

Water (not included in Hyabeautiful capsules)

Water should be taken in large quantities, from six to eight glasses a day. It gives the skin the necessary moisture and a dewy look. Water clears the system of all toxins and keeps the blood free from impurities. Water also protects the skin against pimples. In case of insufficient intake of water, the body will draw on all its water reservoirs, including those of the skin, resulting in dehydration of the skin.

Formula

 %NRV*

Flaxseed

500mg  

Hyaluronic Acid

250mg  

Magnesium

200mg 53

Vitamin E

100mg a-TE 833 

Vitamin C

100mg 125 

Tyrosine

50mg  

Grapeseed Extract

20mg  

Vitamin B3 (Niacin)

20mg NE 125 

Zinc

15mg 150

Iron

10mg 71

Co-Enzyme Q10

10mg  

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)

4mg 286

Vitamin A (as Beta Carotene)

900µg RE 113

Copper

1mg 100

Biotin

150ug 300

Vitamin D3

20ug 400

*Nutrient Reference Value

Ingredients:

Ingredients: Magnesium Citrate, Flaxseed Powder, Capsule Shell: Hydroxy Propyl Methyl Cellulose, Hyaluronic Acid (soya), Vitamin E (Succinate), Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Zinc Bis-Glycinate Prep as K-Pure (Citric Acid, Maltodextrin, Silicon Dioxide), L-Tyrosine, Iron Prep (Ferrous Bis-Glycinate, Citric acid, Silicon Dioxide). Anti-Caking Agent: Silicon Dioxide, Beta Carotene Prep (Modified Starch, Corn Starch, DL-Alpha Tocopherol), Grapeseed Extract, Niacin (Nicotinamide), Anti-Caking Agent, Magnesium Stearate, Co-Enzyme Q10, Copper, Bis-Glycinate Prep (Maltodextrin, Silicon Dioxide), Vitamin D3 Prep (Acacia Gum, Sugar Cane, Sunflower Oil, Starch, Cholcalciferol), Riboflavin, Biotin.

Testimonials

Nicole

I have never seen a product with 250mg of Hyaluronic Acid plus Flaxseed, Co Q10 and all the rest in one bundle. Hyaluronic acid is amazing. If you never heard of it, search online for info, they call it the fountain of youth. I've only been taking it 3 weeks and my skin and hair look as good as they did 20 years ago! I've noticed my facial skin looking much more healthy, and lines around my eyes have smoothed significantly. My nails are a lot stronger too. I'm now replacing my usual multivitamin with this. Look great and feel great. Another winner for sure. Try it!

Beth T

Works brilliantly! I've been using hyaluronic acid for years, it's the best product for my skin and hair. It was costing me £29.99 for 200mg a day for a month. This is a bit more expensive but I really couldn't believe all the ingredients in it! I'm an avid supplement user and really believe good nutrition keeps you looking young, healthy and feeling great. Highly recommend. this company does great products.

Laura B

Wonderful! I could tell the difference in my skin and hair after just a few days. The only problem is now I'll have to keep taking it every day. I used their fat burner to get in shape before 3 months of travelling around the world. Time to get back to the glamour of London! Would highly recommend.

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FAQs

How does Hyabeautiful work?

Please refer to the About section for a full breakdown of each ingredient with scientific references


Is Hyabeautiful safe?

Yes. Hyaluronic Acid is manufactured in a state of the art GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) facility. And adheres to all EU regulations.


Can I take Hyabeautiful with other vitamins?

You do not need to take a multi-vitamin in addition to Hyabeautiful. If combining other specialists vitamins then consult your GP.


Can I take Hyabeautiful with medication?

It is recommended you check with your doctor (GP) before combining any food supplements with medication.


Do I need to drink water with Hyabeautiful?

Yes, you should drink around 2 litres of water per day. Hyaluronic Acid helps keep your hydrated, so water is essential, every day.


Can I take Hyabeautiful when pregnant?

No. Do not take any nutrirional supplements unless directed by your doctor.


Can I interrupt taking Hyabeautiful?

Yes, it’s a food supplement not a medicine. It is recommended for full effect you take the product daily for many weeks.

 

References

 

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2. Nutr. 2010 Apr;103(7):929-38. Health effects with consumption of the flax lignan secoisolariciresinol diglucoside. Adolphe JL1, Whiting SJ, Juurlink BH, Thorpe LU, Alcorn J.

3. Leach RM, Harris ED. Manganese. In: O’Dell BL, Sunde RA, eds. Handbook of nutritionally essential minerals. New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc; 1997:335-355.

4. Muszynska A, Palka J, Gorodkiewicz E. The mechanism of daunorubicin-induced inhibition of prolidase activity in human skin fibroblasts and its implication to impaired collagen biosynthesis. Exp Toxicol Pathol. 2000;52(2):149-155.

5. Shetlar MR, Shetlar CL. The role of manganese in wound healing. In: Klimis-Tavantzis DL, ed. Manganese in health and disease. Boca Raton: CRC Press, Inc.; 1994:145-157

6. Wang X, Quinn PJ. Vitamin E and its function in membranes. Prog Lipid Res. 1999 Jul;38(4):309-36.

7. Buettner GR. The pecking order of free radicals and antioxidants: lipid peroxidation, alpha-tocopherol, and ascorbate. Arch Biochem Biophys. 1993 Feb 1;300(2):535-43.

8. Shibata A, Nakagawa K, Kawakami Y, Tsuzuki T, Miyazawa T. Suppression of gamma-tocotrienol on UVB induced inflammation in HaCaT keratinocytes and HR-1 hairless mice via inflammatory mediators multiple signaling. J Agric Food Chem. 2010 Jun 9;58(11):7013-20.

9. Kivirikko KI, Myllyla R. Post-translational processing of procollagens. Ann NY Acad Sci. 1985;460:187-201.

10. Myllyla R, Majamaa K, Gunzler V, Hanauske-Abel HM, Kivirikko KI. Ascorbate is consumed stoichiometrically in the uncoupled reactions catalyzed by prolyl 4-hydroxylase and lysyl hydroxylase. J Biol Chem. 1984 May 10;259(9):5403-5.

11. Traikovich SS. Use of topical ascorbic acid and its effects on photodamaged skin topography. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 1999 Oct;125(10):1091-8.

12. Fitzpatrick RE, Rostan EF. Double-blind, half-face study comparing topical vitamin C and vehicle for rejuvenation of photodamage. Dermatol Surg. 2002 Mar;28(3):231-6.

13. Rhie G, Shin MH, Seo JY, et al. Aging- and photoaging-dependent changes of enzymic and nonenzymic antioxidants in the epidermis and dermis of human skin in vivo. J Invest Dermatol. 2001 Nov;117(5):1212-7.

14. J Med Food. 2003 Winter;6(4):291-9. Polyphenolics in grape seeds-biochemistry and functionality. Shi J1, Yu J, Pohorly JE, Kakuda Y.

15. Caulfield L, Black, RE. Zinc deficiency. In: Ezzati M, Lopez AD, Rodgers A, Murray CJL, eds. Comparative quantification of health risks: global and regional burden of disease attributable to selected major risk factors. Vol 1. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization, 2004:257–79.http://www.who.int/publications/cra/chapters/volume1/0257-0280.pdf ^

17. Z Gerontol Geriatr. 1999 Apr;32(2):83-8. [Modulation of oxidative stresses in human aging skin].mBlatt T1, Mundt C, Mummert C, Maksiuk T, Wolber R, Keyhani R, Schreiner V, Hoppe U, Schachtschabel DO, Stäb F.

18. Fuchs E, Green H (1981). “Regulation of terminal differentiation of cultured human keratinocytes by vitamin A”. Cell 25 (3): 617–25

19. Oda Y, Uchida Y, Moradian S, Crumrine D, Elias PM, Bikle DD. Vitamin D receptor and coactivators SRC2 and 3 regulate epidermis-specific sphingolipid production and permeability barrier formation. J Invest Dermatol. 2009 Jun;129(6):1367-78.