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Biotin-Carin 5 mg Tablets 100 pcs

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  • Biotin-Carin 5 mg Tablets with biotin-carin for hair, skin and nails. 

    The beauty vitamin Biotin-Carin® for hair, skin and nails replenishes the biotin stores and supports the natural regeneration of the rapidly growing cells of skin, hair and nails. A sufficient supply of biotin gives your skin natural freshness, promotes the strength of your nails and gives your hair shine and fullness.

    Biotin-Carin® significantly improves the nail quality in the case of splintering, brittle or soft nails. Healthy nails also grow stronger and more resilient. Not overnight, however, because each nail only grows about a millimeter a week. The complete renewal takes between 4 and 6 months.

    Biotin-Carin® ensures strong nails, beautiful hair and healthy, resilient skin. So treat yourself to a six-month cure with Biotin-Carin®, during which you take one or ½ Biotin-Carin® every day. So that in the future women and men can enjoy healthy nails, natural, fresh skin and strong hair.

  • Always take Biotin-Carin® exactly as instructed in the package insert. Please ask your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure.

    Unless otherwise prescribed by the doctor, the usual dosage is: ½ to 1 tablet daily (corresponding to 2.5 mg to 5 mg biotin). Less than 0.2 mg biotin per day is sufficient for prophylaxis.

    Biotin-Carin® is swallowed whole with sufficient liquid.

    Biotin-Carin® is taken until the biotin levels in the blood have normalized. The duration depends on the course of the underlying disease. Please ask your doctor about this. In the very rare biotin-dependent, multiple carboxylase deficiency, the intake is lifelong.

  • The active ingredient is biotin. 1 tablet contains 5mg biotin.

    The other ingredients are:
    corn starch, pre-gelatinized starch, microcrystalline cellulose, cellulose powder, gelatin, highly dispersed silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate (Ph.Eur.).