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Aesthetics

These supplements may affect the health and attractiveness of areas related to visual beauty, such as the skin, hair, and nails.

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Summary of Aesthetics

Primary Information, Benefits, Effects, and Important Facts

Supplements used for aesthetics may affect at least one aspect of skin, hair, or nails. Such aspects tend to include:

Skin: moisture/hydration, strength, elasticity, evenness of pigmentation, redness/inflammation, acne, and other abnormalities.

Hair: thickness, strength, shedding rate, growth rate, and moisture.

Nails: growth rate, brittleness, discoloration.

Supplements may act as structural components, such as collagen; affect the synthesis of structural components, such as vitamin A; or impact the amount of damage done to structures, such as olive leaf extract.

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