ROGENOL Tablets is a food supplement containing Biotin and the BTexil™ complex. From Sanitpharma research, the BTexil™ complex is a balanced mixture of Equisetum Arvense, Inositol and L-Cystine. The formula is enriched with Green Tea, Taurine, Resveratrol, Troxerutin, Vitamin and Minerals.
ROGENOL Tablets contains Biotin, Equisetum, Inositol, L-Cystine, Green Tea, Taurine, Resveratrol, Troxerutin, Vitamins and Minerals.
Biotin contributes to maintenance of normal hair and skin. Equisetum contributes to wellbeing of hair and nails. Green Tea (extracted from Camellia Sinensis) and Vitamin C contribute to protect cells form oxidative stress. The formula is enriched with Inositol, Cystine, Taurine, Resveratrol and Troxerutin.
The recommended dose is 1 tablet per day, preferably shortly before meal.
Keep out of the reach of children under the age of 3. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Do NOT use during pregnancy. Food supplements should not be intended or used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
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