Natural Beauty, Collagen Support
Amazonia Raw Açaí Skin Active has been scientifically tested to show antioxidants which may help support collagen and reduce free radical damage**. The unique fermentation process uses 8 probiotic strains to provide potent bioactive nutrients in a non-synthetic, alkaline and vegan form. Resulting in fermented organic Açaí delivering 12 billion probiotics per serve. Amazonia Raw Açaí Skin Active helps you shine brighter from the inside out.
- 3150mg fermented Açaí per serve
- Anthocyanins may support collagen**
- 12 billion probiotics per serve*
- 8 probiotic strains used in fermentation
- 1 shot a day
- Non-synthetic, vegan, alkaline
Directions Of Use
Take 1 shot (30ml) daily. Consume alone or dilute in juice or water.
If you are pregnant, breastfeeding or taking medication, please consult your healthcare professional before using. A jelly substance or sediment from the probiotic may appear. This is normal and can be consumed. *Per serve as measured by NKCA value comparing to a 25 billion pure probiotic.
**In conjunction with a healthy, varied diet.
Shake gently before use. Refrigerate after opening.
Fermented Açaí Probiotic Blend (Purified Water, Organic Açaí (equal to 3150mg fresh Açaí), L. acidophilus, L. casei, L. plantarum, L. bulgaricus, L. fermentum, B. lactis, B. bifidum, Saccharomyces cerevisiae), Vegetable-based Glycerine, Natural Flavour.
Açaí is a deep purple berry native to the Amazon Rainforest. It is a rich source of vitamins and minerals. Açaí is high in antioxidants, in particular Anthocyanins, which may support collagen production and help fight free radicals.
Probiotics (12 billion CFU/serve)
Probiotics are live, beneficial microorganisms that help to replenish the good bacteria in the gut to support digestion. A healthy digestive system has been linked to support immunity and higher absorption of nutrients. Amazonia Raw Açaí Skin Active contains 8 individual strains of probiotics; L. acidophilus, L. casei, L. plantarum, L. bulgaricus, L. fermentum, B. lactis, B. bifidum and Saccharomyces cerevisiae.