Oct
28
2011

Alive Vegetal Silica: The Answer to HEALTHY Hair, Bones, Nails

Categories: Alive Brand, Hair Loss, Nails Brittle
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Do you feel helpless and frustrated when you look in the mirror due to thin, weak or slow hair growth? Or is it so bad that you have HAIR LOSS?? Unfortunately when you suffer from weak hair it usually means you struggle with poor skin, bones and nails because they are all related, BUT not to worry there is an effective solution! If you
are experiencing brittle nails, skin that is looking sad, or have had a bone fracture you are in desperate need of the well respected Alive Brand Vegetal Silica that does wonders! What is Vegetal Silica?
It is an extract of the herb known as horsetail and it has been shown to significantly improve the conditions listed above. You cannot see bone loss, but Osteoporosis is running rampant among women in North America. Don’t wait until it is too late; take silica BEFORE the fracture happens! It works well with the Alive Coral Calcium as silica helps enhance the absorption of Calcium! The Alive brand of silica is an excellent choice for those who need a convenient small capsule that is easy to travel with and has excellent absorption. It’s time to PREVENTfractures, increase bone density, increase the speed of healing broken bones, improve hair, strengthen nails and find the lustre in your skin tone again due to Silica’s ability to help the body produce COLLAGEN (the glue that holds you together keeping you YOUNG)! This is a product you won’t want to miss out on!

As always thank you for reading.  We look forward to helping you at a location near you!  Also, we are happy to do mail orders.  You can call us toll free at 1 866 499 9546

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2 Responses to “Alive Vegetal Silica: The Answer to HEALTHY Hair, Bones, Nails”

  1. salas says:

    Is is safe for young girls with hair loss to take this product?

  2. shannon says:

    Generally yes, usually more into the teenage years. Always consult with your health care practitioner before hand,

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