Vanity by Glaxon is a new supplement designed to support vibrant hair, healthy nails, and radiant skin. Vanity features an extract from peas, AnaGain™ and Silica from Horsetail, to support stronger hair growth. With the addition of AstaReal® Astaxanthin and a one-of-a-kind Red Orange Complex™ helps protect skin from within against UV radiation.
Vanity also additions like Biotin, Hyaluronic Acid, and Vitamin E isomers in the form of DeltaGold® Tocotrienols to also support skin and nail health.
Glaxon Vanity Highlights
- Supports vibrant hair
- Supports healthy nails
- Supports radiant skin
Glaxon Vanity Supp Facts
- DIM (Diindolylmethane)
This compound that comes from leafy green vegetables has been shown to decrease activity of estrogens through interacting with the estrogen receptor. Additionally, DIM can also inhibit the growth of some of the bacterial species associated with facial acne.
A combination of phospholipids and cholic acids that facilitate the absorption of several nutritional ingredients through the body’s “second circulatory system” the lymph.
- Horsetail (Standardized for Silica)
Silica is one of the few components that act as a mineral that supports hair strength
- AnaGain™ Nu
This clinically studied Pea Shoot extract has been shown to reduce hair loss that is usually seen in the shower. Studies have shown a 50% reduction in overall hair loss.
- Red Orange Complex™
This patented extract has many beneficial effects on overall skin health. Most notably, Red Orange Complex supports the skin’s natural barrier function and is capable of helping prevent skin cell damage from UV radiation.
- DeltaGold® ẟ/γ-Tocotrienols
These are special forms of the famous skin vitamin, Vitamin E. In their unsaturated, tocotrienol form, DeltaGold® is a potent antioxidant that can help combat age-related stress.
This carotenoid comes from Red Algae. Astaxanthin is a fat-soluble antioxidant compound that can help fight free radicals, and also provide some protection against against UV radiation.
- Hyaluronic Acid
A super-hydrating compound, Hyaluronic acid is a major component of extracellular matrix - the location where the skin holds most of its water.
Inventory Last Updated: Jun 05, 2023