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ORGONO Living Silica Increases Collagen Levels.

The following study "in vitro" of SILICIUM LABORATORIES confirms the effectiveness of Living Silica in collagen production. The results show that Living Silica does not present any cytotoxicity regarding human fibroblasts.

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Living Silica® on the Electrical Balance of our Cells

The comprehensive and effective action of organic silica in joints, immune system, liver or bones, suggests that all the electric levels of the cells in the body are strengthened by it.

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SILICA AND BONE HEALTH

Studies have shown that silica deficiency can cause deformities in peripheral bones and the skull; reduce cartilage, which you need for healthy joints, interrupt collagen production, and interrupt the mineral balance in your femur and vertebrae.

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TOPICAL MONOMETHYLSILANETRIOL CAN DELIVER SILICON TO THE VIABLE SKIN

Objective

Organic silicon has been linked to positive effects on the skin rejuvenation, mainly by the oral route. Thus, the main objective of the present study was to assess whether monomethylsilanetriol (MMST, a source of organic silicon) can deliver silicon to the epidermis and dermis, when applied topically in a cream. Once the hypothesis was confirmed, the present study also evaluated whether the product was toxic to keratinocytes; additionally, its possible antioxidant activity was...

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Benefits of Silica: All You Should Know

Silicium wrote in

Health

BENEFITS OF SILICA

WHAT IS SILICA USED FOR ?

Silica, also known as silicon, is one of those elements whose lists of documented benefits just keeps growing as time passes and more research is conducted. Silica is one of the most abundant minerals on the planet, but there are very few foods that contain an adequate amount to supply the quantity your body needs. The human body requires good nutrition to renew, repair and rejuvenate itself on a daily basis and organic silica has been found to...

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Silica: Nutritional Support for Athletes and Active Lifestyles

Silicium wrote in

Athlete, Health

Our Living Silica products are highly valued for use in osteopathy, physiotherapy, kinesiology and cosmetic dermatology due to their properties. of supporting the re-growth, strength, and elasticity of connective tissues, as well as the healing of injuries and wounds. Silica supplementation may be a key factor in helping us maintain a healthier, more youthful, and flexible musculoskeletal system and in reducing the body's natural recovery time.

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Living Silica® for Skin, Hair and Nails.

Silicium wrote in

Health

The silica provided by Silicium Laboratories acts on the reorganization of the architecture of the dermis by inducing an increase in the volume of the skin depressions by means of siloxanic bonds (Si-O-Si) between the glycoproteins. Silica is known to be a bonding agent of the four macromolecules that make up the connective tissue of the skin. It is a vital element in the three-dimensional, spatial structure of the skin, providing it with its mechanical properties. This volume increasing...

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We Are Proud Partners of the Autism Hope Alliance!

The Autism Hope Alliance embodies hope for families facing the diagnosis of Autism through education, inspiration, financial support and volunteerism. They are a nonprofit foundation that has donated over $500k to help support other nonprofits on a similar mission.

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Why You Need Living Silica In Your Beauty Regime

In the beauty industry, we often find that most products on the market target very specific and individual benefits. These include softer skin, stronger nails, or longer hair. It’s rare, however, to find a product that does it all. 

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About Dr Loïc Le Ribault

Loïc Le Ribault was a French geologist and one of the pioneer users in France of the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). In 1970 he invented a method called 'exoscopy', now used throughout the world, by which the geological history of sedimentary sand grains could be determined. In two articles published in the journal of the French Academy of Sciences, he demonstrated that some of these grains have on their surface thin layers of highly soluble silica. He discovered later that these layers...

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