What is silica? Can it help your hair & skin?
8 Jun 2012
The body uses silica every day and must obtain replacements from dietary sources. Levels of silica in the body are naturally highest in infancy and decline with age. Essential for the production of collagen in the skin and when used internally and topically it assists skin’s turgor, thickness and condition.
Silica is important for encouraging the foundation of beautiful skin, hair and nails, healthy strong connective tissue, teeth and joint cartilage, and is involved in bone formation through the synthesis of collagen and metabolism of calcium in the bone structure. Insufficient silica is associated with weak, along with brittle nails and hair, contributing to skin that lacks integrity.
Planet Health Qsilica colloidal silica capsules are a high-potency internal supplement, suitable for vegetarians, which does not contain gluten, yeast, dairy products or soy.