A detoxifying supplement that promotes body cleansing!
- Great source of dietary fibre.
- Helps in removing accumulated waste products in the body.
- Helps reduce flatulence.
Swisse Beauty Activated Charcoal+ is a premium quality formula with the added benefit of chitosan and burdock.
Activated charcoal has been known to help in reducing gas and flatulence and improving kidney functions thus improving removal of wastes from the body.
Chitosan is a fibrous substance widely used for its role in lowering fat and cholesterol being absorbed by the body, while antioxidant-rich burdock aids in digestion, improving gut health and removes harmful toxins in the body.
Activated Charcoal: helps reduce flatulence. Its porous texture increases the surface area available for absorption.
Burdock: Burdock is traditionally used in Western medicine to support natural body cleansing and detoxification processes by helping to remove accumulated waste products from the body.
Chitosan: Chitosan is a natural dietary fibre
No added lactose, gluten, yeast, egg or soy.
Directions For Use
Three capsules taken at least 30 minutes before meal, and 3 capsules shortly after meal, or as directed by a healthcare professional. Not to exceed 15 capsules per day.
Always read the label.
Use only as directed.
Products containing activated charcoal should be used with caution in children since it may interfere with absorption of nutrients.
Activated charcoal may interact with other medicines.
Activated charcoal is not recommended for long-term use.
Swisse is an Australian success story. It all began with founder Kevin Ring in a humble Melbourne warehouse in 1969. From the outset, our mission was embedded in the Swisse DNA - a dream to make people all over the world healthier and happier. Today, the Swisse product range stretches from top selling men's and women's multivitamins and dietary supplements, to sports nutrition, skincare and functional foods. Swisse products are currently available in Australia, New Zealand, China, Singapore, the UK, Italy and the Netherlands, with plans to launch in up to 30 countries in the next five years.