Glycoshyne Gallium Cream is a soothing cream for your skin that contains the novel ingredient gallium maltolate, which combines the fragrant natural compound maltol with the exotic element gallium.Glycoshyne cream is highly moisturizing, leaving your skin smooth, fresh, and not at all oily, Aloe Vera butter, Aloe Vera extract, Rosehip Oil and Vitamin E are added to enhance the skin moisturizing and healing effects of the cream.

Gallium Maltolate is very difficult to source and is very expensive compared to Gallium.

Glycoprotein from Bovine colostrum has been added to this cream to increase the beneficial effects of Gallium Maltolate. Approximately 2000ng of Glycoprotein has been added with Gallium Maltolate at 0.5%.

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    Neovitin is a bio-аntioxidant complex extracted from the ginseng biomass. New patented technology allows the most complete extraction of the complex without losing its antioxidant activity.

    Bio-antioxidant complex Neovitin is anti-inflammatory and has immune stimulatory effects. Synergistic effect of the active components of the complex leads to the production of antioxidant enzymes in the body and interferon, which inhibit the reaction of peroxide oxidation (destruction) of lipid cell membranes of blood vessels whilst strengthening them, and thereby increasing the resistance of the body. The complex is stable during its storage period and has a high, penetrating ability through the epidermis, dermis and mucous membrane and is protected by 11 patents.

    Gallium maltolate (the fragrant natural compound maltol with the exotic element gallium) has significant anti-inflammatory activity, inhibiting the activation  and proliferation  of  pro-inflammatory T cells.  Because gallium is chemically similar to zinc, it can interfere with the activity of matrix metalloproteinases (zinc-bearing proteases), which have been implicated in the etiology of neuropathic  pain,  and  it  may  suppress  the  secretion  of  substance  P.  Gallium may also inhibit viral replication  and  the  inflammatory activity  of  viral  proteins.  
    Because gallium maltolate is moderately soluble in both water and lipids (octanol : water partition coefficient of 0.41), it readily penetrate skin and neurons. Gallium maltolate thus appears particularly able to deliver gallium directly to skin, underlying tissues, and neurons when applied topically to the skin.

    Maltol occurs in many foods, giving them a deliciously sweet strawberry fragrance. It is also a powerful free-radical scavenger and AGE (advanced glycation end-product) inhibitor—properties that can protect your skin from damage.

    Gallium is known, from extensive scientific research, to possess potent anti-inflammatory properties when incorporated in certain compounds—particularly gallium maltolate.
    Recent studies indicate that gallium maltolate, in addition to being anti-inflammatory, may also be effective against pain, including some types of pain that are resistant to other therapies.

    Rosehip oil (organic):
    Is extracted from the hip of the rose. This is the fruit left once the rose has bloomed and lost its petals. Rosehip oil has the following key benefits:
    A Natural Source of Vitamin E, C and Omega 3,6,9 fatty acids which have anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant effects and also contains the powerful antioxidants of lycopene.
    High levels of Trans-Retinoic Acid are delivered directly to the epidermis, which converts to Vitamin A to boost the skin's natural healing process.

    Vitamin E (Natural & Organic non GMO):
    One of the most well-known and researched antioxidants for the body and skin. Vitamin E occurs naturally in human skin, but can become depleted due to constant environmental exposure in the absence of sun protection. Vitamin E protects the skin from environmental pollution, has a protecting action against UV radiation – although it cannot be classed as a sunscreen, is an excellent moisturiser and contains powerful anti-inflammatory action – and this can prevent the signs of premature ageing, as inflammatory conditions in the skin is a leading cause of skin ageing and has wound healing properties.

    Aloe Butter:
    Aloe Butter aids in rapid hydration of dry skin caused by eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, sun burn, wind burn, and general chapping. Aloe butter is suitable for a variety of skin care applications.

    Aloe Vera Extract:
    Extract made from the fleshy leaves of the aloe vera plant is rich in vitamins, amino acids, polysaccharides, mineral salts, proteins and enzymes. The extract has moisturising and anti-inflammatory effects and promotes a fresh complexion. For the treatment of dry, cracked and stressed skin.

    Ingredients:  Purified aqua, petrolatum, mineral oil, white ozokerite wax, lanolin alcohol, gallium maltolate, Natural Peptide complexes, Aloe Vera butter, Aloe Vera extract, Rosehip Oil, Vitamin E, Metilhlorizotiazolinon, Methylisothiazolinone, bio-antioxidant complex "Neovitin ®", xanthan gum, PEG-40, hydrogenated castor oil, essential oil of: lavender, jasmine,  Glycoprotein from Bovine Colostrum.

    This product should be stored below 25oc

    Directions: Apply thin layer to skin where needed, up to 4 times per day.

    People who have used skin cream report success in treating*

    •     Psoriasis
    •     Acne
    •     Seborrhea
    •     Eczema
    •     Actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancer)
    •     Tendinitis
    •     Cold sores
    •     Lichen sclerosus
    •     Insect bites and stings
    •     Warts
    •     Hemorrhoids
    •     Vaginitis
    •     Diaper rash
    •     Minor rashes, cuts, and burns
    •     Diabetic wounds and ulcers
    •     Rosacea
    •     Sarcoid (skin cancer) in horses
    •     Wounds in horses
    •     Pain
    •     Arthritis
    •     Inflammation
    •     Postherpetic neuralgia
    •     Trigeminal neuralgia
    •     Diabetic foot pain
    •     Plantar fasciitis
    •     Other foot pain
    •     TMJ
    •     Complex regional pain syndrome
    •     Facial pain
    •     Anesthesia dolorosa
    •     Tennis elbow
    •     Shoulder pain
    •     Back pain
    •     Neck pain
    •     Torticolis
    •     Gout pain

    *The products and statements made about specific products on this web site have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the TGA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. All information provided on this web site or any information contained on or in any product label or packaging is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional. You should not use the information on this web site for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem. Always consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new vitamins, supplements, diet, or exercise program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem.

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