Biocell Hair Capsules FAQs

Shine; Copper Cares for the pigmentation of the hair

Designed to improve the condition of hair.

Biocell Hair Capsules FAQs

Does Biocell Hair & Nails work on skin ?

Yes, as some of Biocell Hair & Nails ingredients contribute to the maintenance of normal skin. We recommend our Skincare supplement range which is designed for the skin to be used to look after the skin.

What is Biotin and what does it do ?

Biotin is a B-vitamin – also known as Vitamin H. Biotin contributes to the maintenance of normal hair.

What is zinc and why is it good for hair and nails ?

Zinc is an important mineral and is found in both hair and nails. Zinc contributes to the maintenance of normal hair and nails.

Is Biocell Hair & Nails suitable for vegetarians ?

No, Biocell Hair & Nails capsules are not suitable for vegetarians.  Only the shell cover of capsules are made of gelatine from bovine.

Does Biocell Hair & Nails contain sugar, salt, lactose, starch, yeast, gluten, gelatine, preservatives or flavourings ?

Biocell Hair & Nails contains gelatine and does not contain added sugar, salt, lactose, starch, yeast, gluten, preservatives or flavourings.

What should I do if I forget to take a capsule ?

Just continue with the recommended dose per day as soon as you remember. Do not consume more than the suggested dose on the pack. It helps to take your supplements at roughly the same time each day as part of your daily beauty routine to make it easier to remember.

When and how should the capsule be taken ?

Take one capsule a day with a glass of water whenever it’s convenient for you. If possible, we recommend taking the capsule with a meal.

How should Biocell Hair & Nails be stored ?

The capsules should be stored in the blister cards in a dry, cool (below 25 C) place away from children.

Can I take Biocell Hair & Nails in combination with medication ?

As it is a food supplement, an interaction with pharmaceutical products is unlikely to occur. We recommend, however, that people suffering from a serious illness and who are under medical supervision in general do not take food supplements unless recommended by their doctor.