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Urticalcin silicea & nettle extract

Silicea for strong healthy nails

Silicea & Urtica
  • Made with silicea, calcium and sodium salts
  • Also contains extracts of freshly harvested nettle
  • For strong healthy nails
  • Strengthens hair

Silicea is a substance most often associated with strong hair and nails and can be taken in the form of tablets or gels. It is found in Urticalcin, a combination of stinging nettle herb, silicea, calcium and sodium salts.

360 tablets (in stock) £ 5.35

Product reviews

Urticalcin Silicea & Nettle

Customer rating:

4th November 2016

“Always have this to take everyday and it has kept me strong over the many years of faithfully taking this natural safe and high quality product.”

Linda Griffin, New Quay, Wales

Urticalcin Silicea & Nettle

Customer rating:

9th September 2016

“same as before, all helping health and weight loss without then use of chemicals. Can't get better than that.”

Susan

Response from A.Vogel: Delighted that you're happy with A. Vogel's brand.

Urticalcin Silicea & Nettle

Customer rating:

21st July 2016

“Helped my problem with splitting nails”

Margaret, Lancaster

Response from A.Vogel: Great result for your nails.

Urticalcin Silicea & Nettle

Customer rating:

31st May 2016

“This is a top quality product and after taking it for over twenty five years I am still taking this remedy as it works and is a great remedy for general health”

Linda, New Quay Wales

Response from A.Vogel: What more can we say...25 years speaks for its self. Thank you for you comments and your custom.

Urticalcin Silicea & Nettle

Customer rating:

2nd May 2016

“Like that they dissolve on the tongue and I can see results in my nails and hair”

Sheron, Kent

Response from A.Vogel: Delighted to know that you can see the results.

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