Hyaluronic Acid Supplement 180 Capsules 200mg Joint,Skin,Hair,Eye,Nail Support


Hyaluronic Acid Supplement 180 Capsules 200mg Joint,Skin,Hair,Eye,Nail Support

  • mpn: G1-B147326
  • brand: Double Wood
  • gtin13: Does not apply
  • Condition: New
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Number of Pills: 180
  • Department: Unisex
  • Main Purpose: Metabolism Support
  • Age Group: Adult
  • Formulation: Capsule
  • Flavor: Neutral
  • Type: All-in-One Product
  • Ingredients: 1-Deoxynojirimycin (DNJ)
  • Features: Non-GMO
  • Active Ingredients: Hyaluronic Acid
  • Dosage: 200 mg

Hyaluronic Acid Supplement 180 Capsules 200mg Joint,Skin,Hair,Eye,Nail Support 
About Item: 200mg 180 Capsules
  • SKIN AND FACE AGING SUPPORT - Supplements with hyaluronic acid helps promote healthier, more supple skin
  • BONE AND JOINT SUPPORT - Hyaluronic acid helps moisturize bones and joints to support their health
  • SUPPORTS EYE HEALTH - Hyaluronic Acid supplementation can support retinal health.
  • ENHANCES EFFECTS OF HYALURONIC ACID SERUM - For best results we recommend using a serum or cream product on the face alongside this product
  • MADE AND TESTED IN THE USA - Double Wood's Hyaluronic capsules are manufactured and tested for safety right here in the USA.

Product description

Hyaluronic acid, sometimes referred to as hyaluronan is a clear viscous substance natural produced by the human body. The largest amount is found in skin, eyes, and connective tissue. It's primary function is to retain water and keep your tissues well lubricated. Supplementing your body's natural store of hyaluronic acid with a serum and capsules can provide many benefits. 1. It promotes healthier, more supple skin. 2. It supports healthy joints and bones by keeping them well lubricated. 3. It supports eye moisture. Hyaluronic acid capsules work best when combined with a hyaluronic serum or cream for face or skin. Double Wood's Hyaluronic Acid Capsules are Made / Tested in the USA, Non-GMO and Gluten Free. Hyaluronic acid is often times misspelled as Hyluronic acid.