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JUL 2018

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[ 26 ] • # dayspamagazine • july 2018 Zea Skin Solutions Clear Skin zss-skincare.com M'lis Radiance mlis.com Sprayology B12 + Folic Acid sprayology.com What ingredients do you recommend for specifi c health goals? Hochhalter: Hydrolyzed collagen type 2, found in M'lis Radiance Collagen Beauty Drink, enters the body's cells as a complete collagen. It provides amino acids and hyaluronic acid (HA), which help encourage collagen production, resulting in tighter, better hydrated, plumper and more youthful skin—as well as healthier hair and nails. Radiance also contains CoQ10, which—along with the hydrolyzed collagen—supports joint health and muscle regeneration. Miller: There are several components we recommend to our clients for overall wellness, which include fatty acids for gut health, and vitamin A for skin health. We specifi cally like the Jane Iredale supplements because they are bioidentical, so the body is able to recognize the ingredients and respond accordingly. Hlibka: My favorite skin nourishers are HA, collagen and collagen peptides, and vitamin C. HA exists in all of our joints, mucous membranes and skin cells, and is a key factor in skin hydration. I recommend Hyalogic's Synthovial Seven—a liquid supplement containing HA and saline—as well as their Hair, Skin & Nails chewable lozenge, which features HA, biotin and silica. Collagen is the 'super antiager' of supplements; taking it internally stimulates the body's own collagen and elastin production, improving the appearance of the skin and enhancing nail and hair growth. We suggest our powdered collagen that can be mixed with any hot or cold drink. Finally, vitamin C boosts the immune system, promotes hydration and fi ghts free radical damage. Under what circumstances would you advise a client against taking nutraceuticals? Miller: If someone is under the care of a physician, we always suggest that they consult with that provider. But because the supplements we sell are food grade, we feel confi dent that almost everyone can benefi t from them. Hochhalter: The only time I advise against a particular supplement is if someone is allergic to any of the ingredients, or if it's expected to interact negatively with any prescription medication they may be taking. Proper screening is vital to ensure you know your clients' needs and restrictions. Hlibka: Defi nitely refer clients to their medical professional, especially if you believe a supplement will adversely react with their medication or medical conditions. u spotlight Quicksilver Scientifi c PushCatch Liver Detox quicksilverscientifi c.com Seven Satara Opti Biotin Supplement 7haircare.com O'o Hawaii Superfood Beauty Boost oohawaii.com Skinade skinade.com "Supplements complement the overall goals of our health and wellness services." SUPPLEMENTS & NUTRACEUTICALS © GETTY IMAGES

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