Natural microcirculation skin detox food supplement by D-LAB
D-LAB Microcirculation Detox is a highly concentrated formula with natural active ingredients to stimulate deep microcirculation and support cell regeneration to regain luminous, energized and revitalized skin.
This D-LAB detox treatment offers 3 differents actions:
- Improves the oxygenation of the skin by giving a real boost thanks to the combined actions of red vine, iron and alchemilla. These natural active ingredients will stimulate microcirculation, promote the revival of circulation and the transport of oxygen in the blood for better cellular respiration.
- To detoxify the body as a whole thanks to the extracts of Milk Thistle which will help to release toxins and thus purify the skin and the organism.
- Protects the skin from free radicals through the antioxidant action of royal jelly, resveratrol and copper that will protect the skin from premature aging.
When should you use D-LAB microcirculation detox natural capsules
Natural skin detox food supplement, suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Directions for use
Take 2 capsules of D-LAB Microcirculation detox supplement in the morning before breakfast.
Drink throughout the day to help your body in the detox process.
First effects visible after about 20 days.
To be used for a 2 months detox cure, once or twice a year.
Each bottle contains 56 capsules for a 28-day detox treatment
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100% of all ingredients are from natural origin
Milk thistle (seed) - Silybum marianum (1,35 g) - Horse chestnut (seed) - Aesculus hippocastanum (1,28 g) titrated as Aescine - Alchemilla (aerial parts) - Alchemilla vulgaris (1 g) - Red vine (leaf) - Vitis vinifera L. (600 mg) - Vegetable capsule : Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose - Chlorella (algae) - Chlorella vulgaris (40 mg) - Vichy thermal salts (40 mg) - Sea water (40 mg) - Iron (5 mg) 36% NRV - Anticaking agent : Magnesium stearate
Vegetable cellulose capsule.
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