Opti Liposomal B Complex – Healthy Skin Vitamins


Liposomal supplements offer a nutritional delivery system with rapid uptake and effective delivery into the cells. Liposomes are capable of transporting water as well as fatty substances, which makes them an ideal system for transporting substances needed by our body’s cells. It is a groundbreaking option for high-dose vitamins. Liposomes are structures spontaneously arising from phospholipids. They are in the form of bubbles with a size of 0.01-1 microns filled with water (or an aqueous solution), surrounded by a double lipid layer about 5 nanometers thick, hence they are also called phospholipid vesicles. Their shell is built analogously to biological membranes. Phospholipid vesicles are built of the same components as the membranes of our body’s cells and small enough that they are permeated through the walls of blood vessels.

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  • Vitamin B3 (PP, niacin, nicotinic acid) plays an important role in the body – it is responsible for the proper functioning of the brain, peripheral nervous system, synthesizing sex hormones. In turn, scientists from the Federal Polytechnic in Lausanne (Switzerland) have shown that vitamin B3 can … add confidence. Niacin is primarily one of the elements forming two extremely important coenzymes: NAD and NADP. Each of them by combining with a protein produces an enzyme called oxidoreductase. In turn, oxidoreductase is a compound that has an inseparable effect on the metabolism of all the basic macronutrients of our food – proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Niacin supplementation also has benefits for the immune system. Studies show that the systematic use of vitamin B3 leads to an increase in neutrophil count. They are white blood cells that allow the destruction of pathogenic microorganisms in the form of bacteria. Vitamin PP also leads to an improvement in the functionality of the central nervous system. Vitamin B5 is involved in changes related to energy management in the body, including in the oxidation and synthesis of fatty acids, which is especially important for athletes.
  • Vitamin B5 also participates in the synthesis of cholesterol, steroid hormones (such as cortisol, testosterone, estradiol, progesterone), neurotransmitters (serotonin, dopamine) as well as vitamins A and vitamin D. It also participates in the regeneration of skin cells and mucous membranes and also participates in producing antibodies that are part of the immune system. It also supports the hair pigmentation process, thanks to which it can prevent hair greying.
  • Vitamin B2 or riboflavin has various functions in the body: it enhances immune processes and is necessary for the smooth functioning of the eyes, nervous system. The most common symptoms of riboflavin deficiency include cracking of the corners of the mouth, called bites.
  • Vitamin B1 also called thiamine, is part of a large group of vitamins B. Its main role is to ensure the proper functioning of the nervous system. It also affects the wound healing process and pain sensation, and its deficiency in extreme cases can lead to the disappearance of the myelin sheath in the motor nerves, which may result in peripheral nerve paralysis or muscle wasting. Few people know that a popular ailment, called radiculitis, and manifested in acute pain in the lumbar spine, may also be vitamin B1 deficiencies. It helps fight shingles, relieves the unpleasant symptoms of seasickness, stimulates the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and amino acids. It also acts as a coenzyme for many important enzymes, as well as participates in energy and neurophysiological processes. Thiamine deficiencies threaten people who lead an active lifestyle, exposed to high mental and physical exertion, but also consuming large amounts of coffee or tea (these drinks flush out vitamin B1 from the body). Demand for thiamine is growing in older people and those exposed to prolonged stress.
  • Folic acid, or vitamin B9, vitamin B11 or folacin, is needed for every person, all cells of the body. Unfortunately, almost everyone suffers from a deficiency of this vitamin. Lack of folic acid is especially dangerous for pregnant women because it can cause serious fetal defects.
  • Biotin, like many B vitamins, is closely related to the structure and action of skin, nails and hair. Studies show that people who supplement with biotin have harder nails that also break down less. Vitamin B7 not only affects the appearance of our skin. It also participates in the formation of prothrombin, which plays a significant role in the blood coagulation process. In addition, this vitamin participates in such important processes as e.g. glucose production, it also affects the work of the thyroid gland, supports its work. Due to its participation in the glucose transformation process, it affects the proper functioning of the nervous system, well-being and vitality, as well as sensitivity to stimuli and pain. it is also considered a beauty vitamin because it affects the proper condition of the skin as well as the health of hair and nails. This is because biotin contains sulfur molecules that protect our skin and hair. By affecting them, it not only improves their health but also delays the process of greying hair and hair loss.
  • Vitamin B12, like other B vitamins, is involved in the carbohydrate, protein, fat metabolism and in other processes: participates in the production of red blood cells, affects the functioning of the nervous system, enables synthesis in cells, especially bone marrow, ensures a good mood and mental balance, plays a role in the reproduction of the genetic code, stimulates the appetite. Vitamin B12 plays an important role in the proper functioning of the body. Vitamin B12 is responsible for the proper development of nerve cells because it participates in the synthesis of choline, which is a component of the phospholipids of the myelin sheath of nerve fibres. In addition, vitamin B12 conditions cell division and the synthesis of DNA and RNA nucleic acids and proteins involved in their building. The presence of vitamin B12 affects the functioning of carnitine, thanks to which vitamin B12 indirectly leads to a decrease in the number of lipids (fats) in the blood, as it contributes to their use. Vitamin B12 affects the skeletal system, which is particularly important for the development of children and for women during menopause, who are at this time at risk of osteoporosis consisting of bone loss. Vitamin B12 is absorbed in the small intestine in the form of a combination with an internal factor secreted by gastric parietal cells. In the liver and bone marrow, vitamin B12 is stored and then distributed with the blood throughout the body.
  • Vitamin A is an extremely important vitamin that is important for the functioning of our body. It has a large share in the process of vision, affects growth, regulates the growth of epithelial tissue and other cells of the body. In addition, it has anti-cancer properties, protects the respiratory epithelium against microbes, strengthens the immune system, prevents infections, helps to fight bacteria and viruses, maintains the proper condition of the skin, hair and nails, and also affects the proper functioning of cell membranes. This is one of the most important compounds that build the body’s immunity. People who work at the computer, pregnant women, alcoholics and smokers, as well as the elderly are a group that needs more vitamin A. Vitamin A deficiency most often manifests itself: bad vision after dusk (so-called “dust blindness”), hair loss and brittleness, stunting chapped skin and rash drying of the cornea and conjunctiva of the eye, the occurrence of fragile and slow-growing nails, increased susceptibility to bacterial and viral infections, acne, spotty prone to diarrhoea.
  • The main action of vitamin E is to fight free radicals that attack the human body every day. In addition, it affects normal blood clotting, ensures adequate muscle mobility and reduces the concentration of “bad” cholesterol in the body. Vitamin E is very important for women and men – in women it supports normal ovulation, ensures proper fetal development, and thus has an impact on the proper course of pregnancy; while in men, it supports sperm production. Vitamin has a positive effect on the skin’s condition. It not only delays the ageing process but also nourishes, moisturizes, regenerates and oils. This is why the complexion is definitely more elastic and looks young. Lack of adequate amounts of vitamin E in the body is extremely rare, although they do occur. This mainly applies to people suffering from fat absorption disorders, cystic fibrosis and celiac disease. The main symptoms of vitamin E deficiency are general tiredness and irritability, anaemia, trouble concentrating deterioration in vision sterility, hair loss.
  • Recommended intake: 2 capsules a day; drink water. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. The dietary supplement cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet and will not replace a healthy lifestyle.
  • Contraindications: The product contains ingredients from soybean processing. Soy is a food ingredient with proven allergenic properties. People with confirmed hypersensitivity to soy products should not consume the product. Do not use in children under 12 years of age, pregnant and lactating women.
  • Storage: Store at room temperature, out of sunlight, out of reach of small children.