HydraLyft™ is a breakthrough nutraceutical supplement that helps support healthy levels of collagen, assists the skin’s natural antioxidant defense, and protects against skin damage from excessive sun exposure.

  • May help reduce to the appearance of wrinkled, aged, damaged, dehydrated, and discolored skin*
  • Aids in the reduction, the number, and appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, reduces skin discoloration due to sun damage, and firms, tones, and hydrates*
  • Helps support and maintain the body’s natural antioxidant defenses*
  • Can increase plasma concentrations of biomarkers related to the presence of antioxidant endogenous substances (glutathione and its derivatives)*
  • Supports the body’s natural inhibition of skin damage induced by excessive sun exposure*

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About HydraLyft™

HydraLyft™ combines a complex of unique ingredients that help skin from the inside out.

Astrion™ is a proprietary blend of Astragalus membranaceus and Centella asiatica.
The root of Astragalus membranaceus is a considered a tonic in traditional Korean medicine that is thought to have several biological effects, including neuroprotective, cellular antioxidant, and radical scavenging activity. Similarly, Centella asiatica is a plant used in traditional herbal medicine with pharmacological effects.

Several preclinical studies have examined the effectiveness of Astragalus membranaceus and Centella asiatica and accumulating evidence has shown that these plants may be beneficial for skin health. This section provides summaries of representative competent and reliable scientific evidence to support the claims regarding Astragalus membranaceus and Centella asiatica and skin health.

Red Orange Complex® (ROC)
Red (or blood) orange is a sweet orange variety typical of Southern Italy and Sicily. Red orange juice contains elevated quantities of several compounds, including polyphenols, flavanones, anthocyanins, ascorbic acid and others.

Pharmacologic intakes of biotin have been shown to improve the quality of nails and hair in humans in the absence of apparent biotin deficiency.