Radiance is a once-daily ingestible capsule from Vida Glow’s Advanced Repair range.
Its unique blend of potent and bioavailable actives addresses uneven, discoloured skin caused by excess melanin production. Powered by key active SkinAx2™, Radiance diminishes and brightens melasma pigmentation, acne-induced dark spots, age and sun spots, and dark under-eye circles.
It is clinically studied to increase luminosity by 26%, significantly reduce facial imperfections by 18% and reduce dark circles by 12%. (1). Integrated into your everyday regime, Radiance enhances skin health for a luminous, even complexion.
The easy-to-consume capsules are tasteless, odourless and scientifically designed for optimal absorption. So you can reclaim your skin confidence from within.
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Simply take 1 capsule, once daily with food. Though not essential, it is recommended taking at the same time each day.
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Active ingredients (each sachet (2 g) contains): Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) 200 mg, Biotin 750 micrograms, Chromic chloride hexahydrate 450.8 micrograms (equiv. Chromium 88 micrograms), Chromium picolinate 40.2 micrograms (equiv. Chromium 5 micrograms), HydroCurcTM 62.3 mg (equiv. Curcumin 56.1 mg), D-alpha-tocopheryl acid succinate 16.6 micrograms (equiv. d-alpha- tocopheryl (Vitamin E) 0.02 IU), Magnesium citrate 161.8 mg (equiv. Magnesium 25 mg), Nicotinamide 16 mg, Pyridoxine hydrochloride 2 mg (equiv. Pyridoxine 1.65 mg), Zinc gluconate 14 mg (equiv. Zinc 2 mg).
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Vida Glow are pioneers in active beauty solutions and scientifically formulated ingestible supplements.
The brand’s hero marine collagen range are powerhouse supplements, clinically proven to stimulate collagen production.
They adhere to the most stringent sustainability standards by G.A.P, The Aquaculture Stewardship Council and Best Aquaculture Practices. To guarantee well-managed, natural and renewable resources, their marine collagen originates from open water farms in Europe. Vida Glow ‘utilises a range of species to mitigate biodiversity implications and complete the complex amino acid necessary to deliver clinical results.’
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