Nature has so much to offer to support us inside and out.
One of the most loved super-foods Dr Spiezia gives as a supplement to his patients and has chosen for some of his highest performing formulations, is Spirulina.
Spirulina: the super food
This well-known green algae can be found in health boosting smoothies and food delicacies, deemed as the most nutritionally complete of all food supplements
containing a rich supply of many important nutrients, including: protein complex carbohydrates, iron, and vitamins A, K, and B complex! It is easily absorbed by the body and is loaded with anti-oxidants.
Spirulina: food for the skin
‘Spirulina’s range of health-boosting nutrients offer exceptional anti-oxidant, anti-ageing and rejuvenating benefits, actively supporting the skin to combat free-radicals and maintain a healthy, youthful glow.’ Says Dr Spiezia.
'This algae is one of the first ever recorded species on earth, and still retains a great vital energy.’
Its nutrients are highly effective at fighting free radicals, cell-damaging molecules absorbed by the body through pollution, poor diet, injury, or stress.
By removing these damaging elements, spirulina is the immune system's allay to keep cellular degeneration and disease at bay.
Super Food Mask
Our award winning Super-Food Mask is wonderfully uplifting and rejuvenating and packed full of skin loving ingredients and, of course, super foods! Spirulina & Barley grass are among its star ingredients, both rich in chlorophyll, from which it’s distinctive deep green colour comes.
Dr Spiezia says: “This mask is ideal for skin which is tired, opaque and lacks radiance. The high antioxidant activity tackles blemishes and redness and will leave skin glowing.’
Naturally rich in Vitamin E and anti-oxidants, Super-food Mask is a perfect weekly detox and anti-ageing treatment. FIND OUT MORE
Did you know?
Spirulina contains a high concentration of carotenoids such as beta carotene (ten times more concentrated than carrots!) and yellow xanthophylls which have anti-oxidant properties. Spirulina was consumed by the ancient Aztecs but became popular again when NASA proposed that it could be grown in space for use by astronauts!
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