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Glow Stories Natu.Care: beauty encapsulated in a capsule? [opinions]

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Thick hair, radiant skin and, as the icing on the cake, strong, long nails. These are the dreams of almost every one of us. Is it possible that their fulfilment is within reach?

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And perhaps rather... at the pull of a capsule from an elegant glass jar. So are you dealing with a magical pill that will transform you from Cinderella into a princess? Well, no. Without a nutritious diet and a healthy lifestyle, no supplement will do all the work for you.

But Glow Stories can significantly support your body and, by extension, your appearance. Together with clinical nutritionist Julia Skrajda, we will reveal the beauty secrets of one of Natu.Care's bestsellers.

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From this article you will learn:

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  • What Glow Stories contains.
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  • What effect its individual ingredients have.
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  • What users think of Glow Stories.
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Product description

A dietary supplement containing vitamins, minerals and plant extracts thatósupport the skinóhand, hair and nails. The product is especially distinguished by the form of folate – it is Quatrefolic, whichós absorbed very well and is natural.

In addition to valuable vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin A, E, B3, B2 and biotin, the formula contains bamboo shoot extract, whichóry further enhances your beauty.

Pros and cons

A dietary supplement containing vitamins, minerals and plant extracts thatósupport the skinóhand, hair and nails. The product is especially distinguished by the form of folate – it is Quatrefolic, whichós absorbed very well and is natural.

In addition to valuable vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin A, E, B3, B2 and biotin, the formula contains bamboo shoot extract, whichóry further enhances your beauty.

Additional information

A dietary supplement containing vitamins, minerals and plant extracts thatósupport the skinóhand, hair and nails. The product is especially distinguished by the form of folate – it is Quatrefolic, whichós absorbed very well and is natural.

In addition to valuable vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin A, E, B3, B2 and biotin, the formula contains bamboo shoot extract, whichóry further enhances your beauty.

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Glow Stories capsules are a unique composition of vitamins, amino acids, minerals and plant extracts that are most important for the appearance and condition of hair, skin and nails. 

To give you the confidence that you're taking what's best for you - in the name of beauty, we've reached out to... science. That is why in this supplement you will only find substances whose effects have been confirmed by numerous studies.

So you can be sure that you are taking what is best for you - in the name of beauty.

When using Glow Stories regularly, you will notice a reduction of hair loss and improvement of hair elasticity. Your strands will be smooth and shiny and stop breaking and splitting at the ends.

And if something works for your hair, it will also work for your nails. A smoother plate, a thicker texture and no splitting at the ends - thanks to Glow Stories, your nails will become the highlight of your hands.

And if anything works for your hair, it also works for your nails.

Thanks to the nourishing ingredients in the supplement, your complexion will become more hydrated and glowing. Vitamins and minerals will also support you in the fight against eczema and skin lesions.

What else makes the capsules from Natu.Care stand out in the beauty supplement market is the bioavailability of the ingredients. Bioavailability is both an attention to the best absorption and the efficiency with which the body will be able to utilise the ingredients. In Glow Stories you will find the optimum and most natural forms of nutrients.

Glow Stories are facts, not promises:

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  • Vitamins, minerals and other nutrients with research-proven effects.
  • Purity of formulation confirmed by the independent J. S. Hamilton laboratory.
  • Standardised ingredients.
  • Standardised plant-based ingredients.
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  • Natural composition, without unnecessary fillers, preservatives and colours.
  • Natural ingredients.
  • Mineral and vitamins in the best-absorbed formulas.
  • Mineral and vitamin content.

How do the ingredients in Glow Stories work?

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There is a lot to be said about dietary supplements, but their quality should best be backed up by their ingredients alone. What do you find in Glow Stories capsules?

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  • 6 vitamins,
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  • 2 amino acids,
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  • 2 minerals,
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  • extract of bamboo shoots,
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The active ingredients have been chosen to complement each other and potentiate their effects. Let's take a look at each of them individually.

Extract.

Bamboo shoot extract

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Standardised bamboo shoot extract is a natural source of silicon. Standardisation of the extract is a process in which the exact content of the active compounds in the extract is determined and ensures that they are equally concentrated in each serving. This ensures that you will find the same amount of active substances in each capsule.

When we talk about hair, silicon plays an important role in its growth and health. It helps to strengthen them, increases their elasticity and counteracts hair loss. This can help your strands look thicker and healthierand.

Silicon is also essential for the health of your nails. It keeps them strong and protects against brittleness and splitting. 

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The skin also benefits from silicon. It influences its firmness and elasticity and helps to maintain proper hydration levels, which translates into a healthy, youthful appearance. Silicon also supports the production of collagen - protein, which is key to the structure and appearance of skinand.

Quatrefolic®

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Quatrefolic® is a patented fourth-generation folate formula that every body can absorb and utilise. And why not ordinary folic acid? Because as many as 60% of people may have a problem absorbing it. To give you the confidence to benefit from all its health-promoting properties, we've chosen Quatrefolic®.

Your body uses folate (i.e. vitamin B9) to produce new cells, including hair cells. As a result, folate promotes their growth. The locks grow faster and become stronger. A lack of this ingredient can lead to hair lossand.

Folates play an important role in nail health. They help in the production of new cells, which are needed to create a strong and healthy plate. If you notice that your nails are brittle or growing slowly, this could be a sign of a vitamin B9 deficiencyand.

Thanks to folate, your skin also produces new cells, which helps in the processes of regeneration, remodelling and keeps it soft, smooth and healthy. Folate can also help fight acne by controlling sebum productionand.

L-Methionine

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L-Methionine is an essential amino acid that influences the production of collagen and elastin, the proteins responsible for the elasticity and youthful appearance of the skin .

This amino acid also helps in the fight against greying, as it is essential for the production of melanin - the pigment that gives hair its colour. Thanks to L-Methionine, your strands can retain their natural colour for longerand.

L-Methionine also supports the growth of healthy nails and hair. This is because it is a component of keratin, the main protein that builds the nail plate and hair structure. This allows them to be stronger and less prone to breakageand.

L-Cysteine

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L-Cysteine is another amino acid that is one of the main components of keratin - the protein that forms the structure of hair and nails. Regular supply of L-Cysteine can help to improve their appearance and condition, making them stronger and healthier.

L-Cysteine also helps in the production of glutathione, a powerful antioxidant that protects the skin from the damaging effects of free radicals. These can accelerate the ageing process, leading to wrinkles and loss of skin firmness. By affecting glutathione production, L-Cysteine can help combat oxidative stressand.

Additionally, L-Cysteine can support detoxification of the body, which translates into healthier and more radiant skin. By eliminating toxins, the complexion becomes more radiant with an even skin toneand.

Vitamin A

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Vitamin A is indispensable in skin care. It works in many ways to improve its appearance and health:

  • It accelerates skin cell renewal. By stimulating their production, it helps to minimise the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
  • It is a powerful skincare product.
  • Is a powerful antioxidant that helps fight free radicals - harmful molecules that can cause skin ageing.
  • Helps regulate sebum production, which can help control acne.
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  • Promotes the production of collagen, a protein that makes skin firm and elastic.
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Vitamin B6

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Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine, helps in the production of melanin - the pigment responsible for skin and hair colour. A lack of it can lead to discoloured complexions and greying hair.

This vitamin also supports the production of red blood cells, which supply oxygen to the skin cells. This makes it look radiant and healthy. In addition, vitamin B6 helps to regulate hormone levels. Balanced hormones can counteract acne and other skin problemsand.

Niacin (vitamin B3)

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Niacin, also known as vitamin B3, improves skin elasticity, which helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. It will also support you in the fight against acne lesions. It has an anti-inflammatory effect, which helps to reduce the redness and swelling associated with pimplesand.

One of the most important aspects of niacin is its ability to moisturise the skin. It strengthens its lipid barrier, which helps to retain water and prevent dryness. Not least, niacin helps fight free radicals that can lead to skin ageingand.

Ryboflavin (vitamin B2)

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Ryboflavin, or vitamin B2, supports collagen production. And more collagen means fewer wrinkles and more radiant skin. Riboflavin also accelerates hair and nail growth. It strengthens their structure, preventing breakage and keeping them strong and healthyand.

Ryboflavin is also a powerful antioxidant. It helps fight free radicals that can cause skin (as well as the entire body) to age) .

Biotin (vitamin B7)

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Biotin is the true queen of hair care. It is essential for the production of keratin - the main protein that builds strands. Regular intake of biotin can increase hair density and strength, as well as prevent hair lossand.

The same is true for nails. By supporting the production of keratin, this vitamin contributes to the formation of a stronger and less brittle nail plate.

Biotin also plays an important role in maintaining skin health. It works at a cellular level to support metabolic processes that translate into health and beauty. It helps in the production of fatty acids, which are essential for skin health. Therefore, biotin deficiency can lead to dry skin and reddened complexionand.

Vitamin E

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Vitamin E is indispensable for your beauty. They don't call it the "vitamin of youth" for nothing. See what it can do for youand:

  • Acts as a potent antioxidant, neutralising free radicals that can accelerate the body's ageing process.
  • It is known for its moisturising action. This is particularly important for those with dry skin. 
  • Promotes hair health. It can increase blood flow to the scalp, which stimulates the growth of strands.
  • Can increase blood flow to the scalp, which stimulates the growth of strands.
  • Can speed up the healing process of the skin and reduce the appearance of scars that form.
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Zinc

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Zinc helps regulate the production of sebum, which, when secreted in excess, can lead to acne lesions. It also supports the health of hair and nails as it aids in the production of keratin. Zinc deficiency can also lead to hair loss, hair breakage and brittle nail platesand.

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The function of enzymes and antioxidant processes in our body also depend on proper zinc levels.
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Copper

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Copper contributes to collagen production, thereby reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Its further benefit is its role in melanin production. Copper can therefore support the natural pigmentation of skin and hair. This mineral also supports antioxidant processes, neutralising free radicals that can damage skin cellsand.

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Copper supports the proper transport of iron in the body.
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How to take Glow Stories?

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To get the best out of Glow Stories, take one capsule each day about 30 minutes before your main meal. The fats in your food will help assimilate the vitamins in the dietary supplement. Remember to sip the capsule with a glass of water to help the capsule's shell dissolve (and, incidentally, support your daily hydration).

When will you see the effects of supplementation?

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Most dietary supplements take time for you to see a difference. A cream will give you a feeling of hydration straight away, for example, but it will only work for a while - until it is absorbed or you wash it off. With ingredients that work from the inside out, the effects come more slowly, but they last longer.

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How long it takes you to notice an improvement in the condition of your skin, hair and nails depends largely on your health, as well as your diet and lifestyle. Some users are able to see the first results in as little as 2-3 weeks, others need more time (a month or even two).

Some users are able to see the first results in as little as 2-3 weeks, while others need more time (a month or even two).

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Because there are a lot of water-soluble substances in the supplement, we can see the effects really quickly, especially if we are not very deficient.
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It's important that you don't get discouraged too quickly and take Glow Stories regularly.

Glow Stories - reviews

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Here feedback from Natu.Care customers from the shop website:

"I've been taking Glow Stories for a month now, in combination with Rise&Shine collagen. There is definitely something going on, baby hair has appeared, which is what I was most looking forward to. My complexion has a more normalised colour and is tighter. I'm hoping that the long-term effects will be a slowing down of the appearance of wrinkles. For the first month it's not bad, I'm looking forward to seeing further results."

"My hairdresser says there is a difference, the hair is in better condition, more nourished. I recommend it as much as possible and will definitely be buying more packs".

"I'm looking forward to the results.

"In two months I have noticed an improvement in the appearance and condition of my nails. The plate does not split, it is definitely stronger. They grow until they are nice to look at. They also don't have uneven colouring and the tips are naturally white. I don't need to wear nail varnish - I feel like showing off my nails like this! I highly recommend it, especially if you do a lot of typing - they were breaking down for me from tapping."

"I combine with collagen and after 2 months I have a super effect. My hair isn't falling out and my nails are growing like crazy."

"I'm happy with it.

"I am satisfied. Already after 2 weeks I noticed that less hair is falling out. I would recommend this product to anyone, especially people who, like me, have gone through Covid-19".

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"It has totally gone into my nails, they are now strong and unbreakable. I subtract a point because in my hair I don't feel much of a difference."

"It's a great product.

"Extra product for people who struggle with hair loss. I was already on the verge of breaking down: there were handfuls of hair left on the brush. I have been using Glow Stories and your collagen for over a month - a tablet a day + one sachet - the difference is indescribable. Now there are literally single hairs left on the brush, even when I comb through wet and tangled hairs after washing. Baby hair is growing out, hair all over shines. Highly recommended."

"I have weak hair and nails and was hoping this product would help me. After 3 weeks I can see a slight difference, but I may have to wait another three to see more."

"I'm very happy with the product.

Summary

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  • Glow Stories is a dietary supplement that supports hair, nail and skin health.
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  • His ingredients have been formulated to complement and enhance each other's effects.
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  • The product has been tested to confirm its quality and purity of composition.
  • The product has been tested to confirm its quality and purity of composition.
  • Supplementation is very simple - just one capsule a day.
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  • Most users notice the positive effects of using Glow Stories after several weeks.
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FAQ

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. Can Glow Stories be taken with collagen?.

Capsules Glow Stories will be a great addition to Natu.Care's premium collagen treatment. Many users have highly praised this combination. In addition, the ingredients in Glow Stories support the natural synthesis of collagen, so the two supplements work well together.

. What time of day to take Glow Stories?.

The time of day you take Glow Stories does not matter. It is best to take the capsules approximately 30 minutes before your main meal - this will provide the best environment for absorption vitamins and minerals contained in the dietary supplement.

. Who will Glow Stories work for?.

Glow Stories will work well for those with dry, tired skin and those who struggle with weakened, falling hair and brittle, splitting nails. The capsules will also be a great complement to collagen treatment - they will boost its effects.

If you are deficient in vitamins and minerals and are concerned that you are not providing with diet the nutrients you need, capsules Glow Stories can help support your body, by arming it with essential ingredients. Remember, however, that a dietary supplement should never replace a balanced, healthy diet.

. What is Quatrefolic?.

Quatrefolic® is a patented fourth-generation folate formula that demonstrates the best bioavailability to the body, even in people who have difficulty absorbing regular folic acid. Bioavailability is a factor that affects both how the substance will be absorbed, but also the efficiency with which the body will be able to use it.

. What vitamins are the most important for skin, hair and nails?.

To look after the condition of hair, nails and skin, the most important vitamins are vitamins A, C, E and B7 (i.e. biotin). In a nutshell:

Vitamin A improves skin regeneration, strengthens hair and nails. Vitamin C acts antioxidant and supports the production collagen, essential for healthy skin. Vitamin E protects the complexion from free radical damage and strengthens hair. Vitamin B7 (biotin) accelerates hair and nail growth and improves skin condition.

A balanced diet rich in these vitamins will help you keep your skin, hair and nails in good condition. If you're struggling to get them into your body, you'll also find them in the dietary supplement Glow Stories.

. What is the best supplement for beauty?.

Choose a supplement with collagenCollagen is a protein that helps keep skin firm and elastic. An example is the supplement Collagen Premium Natu.Care, which has a good dose of collagen hydrolysate and high quality ingredients. 

Incorporate into diet also supplements with vitamin E, known for its antioxidant properties and biotin, which is invaluable when it comes to the condition hair. Also important are folates, responsible for the production of new cells, including those that build skin, hair and nails. You can find all this, for example, in the ingredients Glow Stories

Remember that supplements should only complement a healthy diet and lifestyle.

. Can I buy Glow Stories on Allegro?.

Yes, you can buy Glow Stories on Allegro. In the search bar type Natu.Care Skin, Hair, Nails: Glow Stories, and you will be redirected to the relevant auction.

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