Capicaps for hair and nails - Vitamins and Minerals - Menarini
Capicaps what is it for?
- Capicaps what is it for?
- How Capicaps works
- What is the composition of Capicaps
- What function does each ingredient of Capicaps have?
- How to take Capicaps?
- Side effects, precautions, warnings.
- What presentation does Capicaps have (capsules or pills?)
Capicaps is a food supplement that serves to provide fatty acids, vitamins and minerals that favor hair nutrition and the synthesis of keratin (sulfur amino acids (L-cystine and methionine), minerals (zinc, magnesium and iron,) vitamins of group B and antioxidants (C and E).
How does Capicaps work?
Through the synergistic action of its different components Capicaps acts from the inside to provide ingredients that favor hair health.What is the composition of Capicaps?
Capcaps carries fish oil rich in Omega 3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA).
Vitamins: vitamin C (calcium ascorbate), vitamin E, vitamin B6, vitamin B2, vitamin B1, folic acid, biotin, vitamin B12.
magnesium oxide, loading agent: borage oil, millet seed extract (Panicum milliaceum) rich in methionine, L-cystine, thickener (E-901), iron sulfate, emulsifier (E-322), nicotinamide, calcium pantothenate, zinc oxide, Capsule: gelling agent (gelatin), humectant (E-422). Dyes (E-171, E-555, E-172).How to use, how to take Capicaps?
It is recommended to take 1 capsule a day of Capicaps, during the meal, accompanied by a glass of water to facilitate ingestion.
It is advisable to prolong the taking of Capicaps for at least 3 months.
In case of doubt consult your doctor or pharmacist.
Container containing soft gelatin capsules.
For those who prefer pills, soft capsules of Capicaps are not difficult to take.
Capicaps is manufactured by Menarini laboratories.