Biotin vs. BioSil

Biotin vs. BioSil

Even though they sound quite similar, they are actually very different products. BioSil and Biotin both have benefits that help with hair, skin and nail health. But they function in very different ways. Lets take a look at the differences between these two products.

Biotin

Biotin, also know as Vitamin B7 is found in foods like liver, egg yolk, salmon and avocado. This B-vitamin is water soluble, which means that we are unable to store it in our body, so we are required to consume biotin rich foods often. The body uses biotin as a coenzyme, which means that it is needed in order to convert and use macro-nutrients for energy and bodily functions. Foods rich in vitamin b's and biotin allows our body to maintain healthy hair, skin and nails. In some cases, high doses can be used to help treat weak hair and brittle nails. Deficiency symptoms include, thinning, splitting and brittle hair, which are clear indications that more biotin and vitamin B's are required in your diet. 

 

BioSil

The primary ingredient of BioSil:The Advanced Collagen Generator is Choline-Stabilized Orthosilicic Acid (ch-OSA). The ch-OSA formula provides silicon and choline to your body.  BioSil's primary benefit is that it supports the formation of specific proteins: keratin, elastin and collagen, which are involved in the formation of hair and skin. Keratin is the building block of hair and nails. BioSil supports Keratin production, which can help you achieve stronger and thicker nails. Elastin is important for skin health as it allows our skin to stretch and tighten. Lastly, Collagen is a protein, which is important for healthy bones, joints and skin. BioSil supports your body's natural production of these important proteins.

 

If you are wanting to take care of your skin we know how BioSil and Biotin can help the body with maintaining proper function. But what about Collagen? Lets take a look and what collagen is and why it matters. https://www.herbesthealth.com/blogs/news/what-is-collagen-why-does-it-matter

 

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