Why is BioSil® liquid marketed as “Beauty, Bones, Joints” while BioSil® capsules are marketed as “Hair, Skin, Nails?”

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why is BioSil® liquid marketed as “Beauty, Bones, Joints” while BioSil capsules are marketed as “Hair, Skin, Nails?”

A: BioSil capsules are marked Hair Skin Nails because they contain the exact same dosage used in the hair, skin and nail clinical trials. In the trials, women took 10 mg of ch-OSA® daily broken up into two 5 mg doses. Each capsule of BioSil Hair Skin Nails contains 5 mg of ch-0SA. So it makes it easy for women looking only for beauty benefits of ch-OSA.

For bone, on the other hand, the dosage used in the clinical trial was 6mg daily. The BioSil Beauty Bone Joints dispenses at one drop at a time, each drop containing 1 mg of ch-OSA.

If you’re looking for both the beauty and the bone benefits, take either 1 capsule, twice daily, or 5 drops, twice daily.