Ingredients  per 1 capsule
Ceramides  110 mg 
Borage oil  100 mg 
Wheat germ oil  100 mg 
Cod liver oil  50 mg 
Yellow beeswax  39.18 mg 
Soy lecithin  30 mg 
Methionine  25 mg 
Beta-carotene  5 mg 
Grape marc extract  5 mg 
Vitamin E  4 mg
Vitamin H 25 µg


Cod liver oil

  • Increases suppleness of the skin
  • Ensures strong and healthy bones
  • Minimizes seasonal allergies
  • Reduces inflammation in the body, including arthritis
  • Has natural anti-depressant qualitites
  • Reduces eczema and psoriasis
  • Supports healthy eyes
  • Thins the blood
  • Protects arteries from damage
  • Inhibits blood clots
  • Reduces blood triglycerides
  • Lowers LDL blood cholesterol
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Reduces risk of heart attack and stroke
  • Eases symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
  • Reduces risk of lupus
  • Relieves migraine headaches
  • Fights inflammation
  • Helps regulate the immune system
  • Inhibits cancer
  • Soothes bronchial asthma
  • Combats early kidney disease
  • Reduces heart disease
  • Reduces infant development abnormalities
  • By the 1890’s Cod liver oil was commonly used to treat rickets in malnourished children, and adults relied upon it when they complained of rheumatism or arthritis. They believe it lubricated the joints.

    Centuries ago in Europe, Scotland, Iceland and other countries, cod liver oil was used as a fuel for lamps, to manufacture textiles and to soften leather. Its use in animal feed resulted in shiny, healthy coats, possibly prompting people to consume cod liver oil for the same benefit. Fishermen rubbed cod liver oil onto sunburn and sore joints. In the 1930s in the United States, it was discovered that cod liver oil added to the diet prevented the debilitating childhood disease rickets (a disease related to vitamin D deficiency).


  • Borage is one of very popular culinary herb, especially in Mediterranean countries. The herb contains many notable phyto-nutrients, minerals, and vitamins that are essential for optimum health and wellness.
  • The herb parts contain essential fatty acid gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), that plays a vital role in restoration of joint health, immunity, and healthy skin and mucus membranes.
  • Fresh burrage herb has high levels of vitamin C, one of the powerful natural anti-oxidant, help remove harmful free radicals from the body. Along with other anti-oxidants, it has immune booster, wound healing and anti-viral effects.
  • Burrage herb contains very high levels of vitamin A and carotenes, powerful flavonoid anti-oxidants. They act as protective scavengers against oxygen-derived free radicals that play a role in aging and various disease processes.
  • Vitamin A is known to have antioxidant properties and is essential for vision. It is also required for maintaining healthy mucus membranes and skin. Consumption of natural foods rich in vitamin A and carotenes are known to help the human body protect from lung and oral cavity cancers.
  • The herb has a good amount of minerals like iron, calcium, potassium, manganese, copper, zinc, and magnesium.
    • Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids, which helps control heart rate and blood pressure.
    • Manganese is used by the body as a co-factor for the antioxidant enzyme, superoxide dismutase.
    • Iron is an important co-factor in the cellular metabolism. In addition, being a component of hemoglobin inside the red blood cells, it determines the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood.
  • Further, the herb is one of the good sources of B-complex vitamins, particularly rich in niacin (vitamin B-3). Niacin helps lower LDL cholesterol levels in the body.

Wheat germ oil

  • Wheat germ oil contains a number of vitamins including A, B-1,B-2,B-3,B-6,D,E, and F. This ingredient is known to be one of the highest natural sources of the powerful antioxidant vitamin E, containing the ability to fight off free radicals and help protect us against heart disease and cancer.
  • Wheat germ oil contains high levels of essential fatty acids which the body does not naturally produce. And for this reason these fatty acids need to be ingested in order to stimulate cell regeneration and growth, maintain a healthy immune system, reproductive system, nervous system, and cardiovascular system.
  • Because of its rejuvenating qualities and healing properties is has become a popular ingredient in skin care products and is commonly used within the cosmetics industry. Studies have shown that noticeable improvements in the condition of the skin have resulted from the use of wheat germ oil. It can help to diminish wrinkles, help to reverse the effects of sun damage, minimize scars and rehydrate the skin. Wheat germ oil has also been found to be one of the most effective oils for stretch marks.
  • Wheat germ oil is a well known natural source of nutrients for pregnant women, the prevention of premature birth and miscarriages are two main beneficial elements. Miscarriages are typically a result of nutrient deficiencies and therefore wheat germ oil is taken to replenish the body of essential vitamins. The fatty acids contained in this oil have also been known to help regulate periods and minimize the effects of PMS, wheat germ oil helps to maintain hormonal balance and reduce inflammation.
  • The fatty acids in wheat germ oil can assist in the regulation of blood cells and helps to maintain the overall health of the heart. Vitamin E also helps to resolve any problems involved with the clotting of the blood. Wheat germ oil nourishes coronary blood vessels, and by maintaining healthy blood vessels it will result in increased memory, and by increasing circulation it will help to prevent dizziness and fainting.

Extract of grape pomace

  • The extract of grape pomace made from seeds and skins of grapes helps for:
    • strengthen capillary walls
    • increase microcirculation
    • relax muscles
    • rid the body of heavy metal salts and radionuclides
    • reduces inflammation in the gastrointestinal and urinary systems
    • effectively neutralize free radicals
    • preventing cardiovascular disease, including myocardial infarction, reduce blood cholesterol levels
    • the treatment of angiopathy, retinopathy and inflammatory processes

Yellow beeswax

  • Allergies: It contains non-allergenic properties that help protect the skin from airborne allergies. Beeswax is therefore a good treatment for allergies like hay fever and asthma,a good remedy for relieving the symptoms of insomnia and depression.
  • Hemorrhoids: Experts recommend combining it with calendula oil and olive oil or combine it with honey and olive oil to make a topical application for hemorrhoids. This remedy is very effective in relieving itching and reducing bleeding caused by hemorrhoids.
  • Hair: Stimulate hair growth.Helps add volume to your hair while keeping it soft, shiny, and more manageable. It is also beneficial in protecting the hair from environmental damage. Beeswax is a natural, safe and hypoallergenic ingredient to use on both the hair as well as the scalp to add strength, luster, and volume to the hair.
  • Beeswax For Skin: Beeswax is commonly used in various skin care products to improve the condition and texture of the skin. It also has a number of benefits in treating skin problems like acne, eczema, and dry skin. Beeswax helps in locking skin moisture, fostering the skin cells and protecting the skin from environmental damages. It contains powerful anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties that are all beneficial to the skin.
    • Acne: It has strong antiseptic, healing, and anti-inflammatory properties that are effective in the treatment of acne. Beeswax contains vitamin A, which is an added advantage in the treatment of acne. It is also an excellent skin softener and emollient that helps maintain a smooth skin texture after acne elimination.
    • Dry skin: The ability of beeswax to lock in moisture has made it an important ingredient in a variety of lotions and creams for treating dry skin. In addition, its rich vitamin A content and emollient properties help in the healthy development of skin cells. It is a natural moisturizer that not only treats dry skin, but also helps prevent it.
    • Eczema: Beeswax is a great treatment for skin problems like eczema that cause an itchy skin rash. Eczema is a common skin problem especially during the colder months that results in extremely dry skin. A mixture of beeswax, olive oil, and honey is effective in relieving the symptoms of eczema as well as psoriasis. The medicinal properties of beeswax help in reducing eczema inflammation and prevent further infection.
    • Lips care: The natural moisturizers in beeswax make it a good balm for the lips. You can easily treat problems like cracked or chapped lips with the help of topical beeswax applications.
    • Stretch marks: Stretch marks are a common complaint especially after pregnancy or because of weight gain or weight loss. You can combine beeswax with wheat germ oil, vitamin E oil, apricot kernel oil, and cocoa butter to prepare a natural remedy for preventing and treating stretch marks.


Ceramides are complex neutral lipids (lipids), relating to a group of glycolipids -cerebrosides. Part of the membrane structures of cells, especially nerve and blood cells. It is believed that ceramides play an important role in maintaining the normal condition of the skin and hair.

Ceramides are natural lipids (fats) and a major component of skin structure. These fats allow skin to retain moisture. Ceramides in Beauty help replace those lost in the aging process.

Soy Lecithin

  • Lecithin — one of the important  lipid components of membranes of all body cells
  • It has a membrane stabilizing effect
  • A particularly high content of lecithin is characteristic of cells of the nervous system and brain tissue, which makes it improves the function of neurons and the state of myelin sheaths of nerves. The result is a positive effect of lecithin on memory and cognitive brain function, mental performance
  • Lecithin is a source of methyl groups, which play an important role in metabolic processes. Actively manifests itself in lipid metabolism: prevents fatty liver and cirrhosis
  • Has a hepatoprotective effect, increasing the protective properties of liver cells in relation to infections and various kinds of poisoning
  • Has anti atherosclerotic properties. Lowers cholesterol in the blood and prevents its deposition in the walls of blood vessels
  • It favors the reduction of blood pressure
  • Promotes the contractile ability of muscle fibers, and also increases the power and muscle endurance
  • Normalizes the function of sexual glands, has a positive effect on sexual activity


  • Methionine — an essential amino acid
  • It is a powerful antioxidant and a good source of sulfur, which prevents disorders of the hair, skin, and nails
  • Assists the breakdown of fats, thus helping to prevent a buildup of fat in the liver and arteries that might obstruct blood flow to the brain, heart, and kidneys
  • Helps to detoxify harmful agents such as lead and other heavy metals
  • Helps diminish muscle weakness
  • Prevents brittle hair
  • Methionine helps normalize lipid metabolism, and prevents fatty degeneration of the liver and other damage, exhibits anti-atherosclerotic effect
  • Plays an important role in the adrenal glands
  • A close relationship with the methionine metabolism of folic acid and vitamins B6 and B12
  • Methionine affects the body’s antioxidant status, as well as important to the process of detoxification
  • Methionine helps to normalize the activity of the heart, brain, pancreas, etc.
  • Methionine improves the skin, prevents brittle nails and hair loss
  • It is indicated for osteoporosis, pregnancy toxemia, rheumatic and allergic conditions


  • Beta-carotene is a biological antioxidant.  It protects cell membranes against the effects of free radicals.
  • Beta-carotene is a predecessor of vitamin A («the growth vitamin»); it regulates the growth of bones and participates in the formation of optic pigments that are necessary for normal night and color vision.
  • Vitamin A and its analogs have shown the ability to help inhibit cancer cell proliferation and help in returning to normal growth patterns. Individuals with highest levels of beta-carotene intake have lower risks of lung cancer, coronary artery heart disease, stroke and age-related eye disease than individuals with lowest lvels of beta-carotene intake. Its inhibitory effects are especially potent against leukemia and certain head and neck cancers.
  • Beta-carotene may have a role to play in staving off heart disease, apparently a function of its ability to keep harmful LDL cholesterol from damaging the heart and coronary arteries.
  • Beta-carotene has been shown to have benefits to the immune system.
  • Like all other carotenoids, beta-carotene is an antioxidant. Antioxidants are substances that help prevent or reduce the formation of damaging chemicals in the body called free radicals.
  • Consuming foods rich in beta-carotene appears to protect the body from damaging molecules called free radicals. Free radicals cause damage to cells through a process known as oxidation, and over time, such damage can lead to a variety of chronic illnesses. Beta-carotene’s antioxidant actions make it valuable in protecting against, and in some cases even reversing, precancerous conditions affecting the breast, mucous membranes, throat, mouth, stomach, prostate, colon, cervix, and bladder.

Vitamin E

  • Vitamin E as an antioxidant helps to stabilize cell membranes and protect the tissues of the skin, eyes, liver, breast, and testes, which are more sensitive to oxidation
  • Vitamin E helps protect against heart disease
  • Vitamin E helps prevent arteries from clogging. This may help to reduce the risk of atherosclerosis
  •  Vitamin E may protect against the development of cancers by enhancing immune function
  • Vitamin E may help to protect against cataracts and age related macular degeneration
  • Vitamin E, together with vitamin C may prevent the development of Alzheimer’s disease

Vitamin H (Biotin)  

  • The primary role of biotin is in the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates. Biotin functions as a critical component of several enzymes (where it functions as a coenzyme) involved in energy metabolism
  • Biotin helps in the synthesis of fatty acids, in energy metabolism, and in the synthesis of amino acids and glucose. Biotin is also involved in making glucose, some amino acids and in energy production. Vitamin H plays a special role in enabling the body to use blood sugar (glucose), a major source of energy for body fluids
  • Biotin supplements may improve thin, splitting, or brittle toe and fingernails as well as hair health
  • Biotin has also been used to combat alopecia (partial or complete loss of hair) in both children and adults
  • Biotin supplements are sometimes given to help reduce blood sugar in diabetic patients. People with type 2 diabetes often have low levels of biotin
  • Biotin has also been used to combat premature graying of hair, though it is likely to be useful only for those with a low biotin level
  • Biotin has been used for people in weight loss programs to help them metabolize fat more efficiently