• Acai

    Brazil’s ancient superfood, acai is packed with anti-oxidants, vitamins A and C and essential fats that support detox, skin,  energy and memory.Full of polyphenols that help support memory and prevent DNA damage in cells.

  • Acerola Cherry

    A specific species of cherry that grows in Central and South America, acerola is one of the richest sources of vitamin C and contains antioxidants that are supportive of skin, energy, immunity and detox.

Acerola Cherry
  • Apple Pectin

    Found in apple skin, pectin is a unique compound and a powerful digestive support. Supporting healthy gut flora, it helps maintain digestive regularity to aidefficient detoxification. Also used as a natural and effective way to maintain healthy cholesterol and reduce inflammation in the gut. 

Apple Pectin
  • Ashwagandha

    One of the most powerful herbs in Ayuvedic medicine, ashwagandha has been used for centuries as remedy for stress and fatigue. Restorative and balancing for adrenal function, it is rejuvenating and energy supporting, helping to improve memory and reduce anxiety whilst supporting immunity. 

  • B-Vitamin Complex

    All eight B-vitamins work together in the body with many important roles. Crucial for energy production, metabolism, thyroid, detoxification, liver function and hormone balance, they are also essential for the production of our neurotransmitters.

B-Vitamin Complex
  • Bilberry

    One of the richest natural sources of anthocyanins - antioxidants that protect cells from harm and control inflammatory reactions often at the heart of skin and hormonal conditions. Also helps to support vision, immunity, memory and regulates blood sugar levels. 

  • Biotin

    Occasionally referred to as Vitamin B7, biotin works together with other B vitamins to create energy in cells and synthesise new DNA. It is also heralded for it's beauty boosting properties, helping to strengthen hair and nails, and keep skin hydrated, discouraging redness and rashes. 


  • Black Pepper

    As well as being a dense source of nutrients itself, black pepper aids absorption of beneficial nutrients through the GI tract to ensure goodness never go to waste.

Black Pepper
  • Bromelain

    Isolated from pineapple core, bromelain is powerfully anti-inflammatory making it effective at reducing swelling in joints and controlling inflammation around the body. Bromelain also helps to trigger production of digestive enzymes in the gut to encourage breakdown and absorption of food.

  • Brown Rice Protein

    A vegan source of protein, delivering a full profile of easily absorbable amino acids. The building blocks of skin, hair and muscles, amino acids also contribute to energy production, strong immunity, hormone balance, mood and concentration; making them indispensable to health.

Brown Rice Protein
  • Calcium

    Needed for many functions in the body including strengthening teeth, hair and bones. Keeping the blood alkaline, calcium helps to protect against acidity in the body, facilitate muscle contraction and produce neurotransmitters that help control mood, sleep, concentration and memory.

  • Chlorella

    Chlorella delivers a complex of amino acids, omega 3, minerals, vitamins, enzymes and antioxidants that make it supportive of every body system. A natural gentle chelator, it also helps to bind and remove harmful environmental compounds from the body.

  • Citric Acid

    Found richly in citrus fruits, citric acid is a natural preservative that helps to keep ingredients around it fresher for longer. Also an anti-oxidant.

Citric Acid
  • Co-Q 10

    Found naturally in the human body, Co-Q-10 is a powerful antioxidant that works in cell membranes. Effective in improving energy levels, supporting memory and helping to combat cardiovascular concerns by nourishing heart health. Also been shown to help support fertility. 

Co-Q 10
  • Cordyceps

    A rare species of Chinese mushroom with exceptional health giving properties.Restorative to adrenal function, it helps to improve resilience to stress whilst reducing wear and tear on the body. Effective in energising, boosting immunity and balancing male and female hormones.

  • Digestive Enzyme

    A complex of enzymes aids effective digestion in the gut ensuring vital nutrients are absorbed into the body. Stressful and busy lives, eating on-the-go and general imbalances often prevent this happening, which can lead to deficiencies, digestive discomfort and other health issues.

Digestive Enzyme
  • Flaxseed

    A truly unique superfood and complete protein source, flaxseed is rich in omega-3, phyto-nutrients, anti-oxidants, magnesium, calcium, zinc, manganese and fibre. Effective in supporting energy, metabolism, hormone health and digestion.

  • Folic Acid

    Folic acid works closely with B vitamins to help support many functions in the body. Particularly synergistic with B12, folic acid is also essential for methylation, which is thought to protect us against the development of many chronic illnesses.

Folic Acid
  • Ginger

    One of the nature’s most powerful spices, being best known for its ability to support digestive function; reducing nausea, constipation and bloating. Anti-inflammatory compound gingerolalso has a multitude of health giving properties, being effective in suppressing inflammation in joints, blood vessels and skin.

  • Glutathione

    A potent anti-oxidant with many crucial roles. Particularly important for detoxification, it is also involved with DNA synthesis and repair as well as activating enzymes all over the body. Helping to protect cells from damage, glutathione is particularly good for skin health and antiaging. 

  • Goji Berries

    One of the richest sources of anti-oxidants, goji berries are packed with skin loving vitamins A and C as well as energising selenium and iron. Also help protect cells against harmful environmental damage, which can sap energy and contribute to premature ageing.

Goji Berries
  • Grapeseed Extract

    Grapeseeds are busting with nutrients, being rich in skin supporting vitamin E and healthy fats;as well as a variety of antioxidants, polyphenols and flavonoids. Effective at preserving cell DNA, regenerating skin, improving energy levels and concentration, as well as modulating blood pressure.

Grapeseed Extract
  • Green Tea

    Green tea is a rich source of polyphenols, the antioxidants that help to detoxify the body and protect cell DNA to keep skin youthful. It also contains theanine, which supports memory and can improve cognitive function whilst calming a busy mind.

Green Tea
  • Hyaluronic Acid

    Found naturally in the connective tissue of the body, hyaluronic acid assists cell healing processes as well as working to mediate inflammatory reactions within a cell’s structure.It also delivers moisture to cells, hydrating the body and promoting plump and dewy skin. 

Hyaluronic Acid
  • Iron

    Iron is an essential nutrient in the red blood cells where it binds with oxygen and is then transported around the body.It also supports the thyroid and is important for energy production and metabolism. Hair loss, fatigue, headaches are all obvious signs of deficiency.

  • Kale

    One of the most abundantly nutritious vegetables containing a unique repertoire of goodness. As well as having more vitamin C than any other vegetable, it contains vitamin K, B vitamins, folic acid and anti-oxidants.Also delivers sulphur to support detoxification and skin health. 

  • Kelp

    A seaweed superfood with an abundance of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and essential fats that promote long-term wellness. Especially rich in iron and iodine-nutrients often deficient that are essential for thyroid function, energy, metabolism, hormone balance and mood. 

  • Magnesium

    Deficient in a large proportion of the population, magnesium is required for manyimportant physiological processes. Vital for energy production and adrenal function, demand for magnesium is high when we are busy, stressed or work out.Also helps to relax muscles, ease aches and pains, and relieve tension in body and mind. 

  • Manganese

    Structurally vital for the whole body, manganese helps to form strong ligaments, tendons and cartilage. It also helps to create collagen in the skin and acts as an antioxidant throughout the body, protecting cells from damage.

  • Marine Collagen

    Type 1 collagen forms an essential part of the scaffolding that holds together skin and nails. Isolated from marine sources, our absorbable collagen peptides promote a young, smoothe complexion; whilst also supporting the gut lining to help protect against intolerances that can aggravate skin conditions. 

Marine Collagen
  • Milk Thistle

    Milk thistle has immensely powerful properties, with active compound silymarin notably supporting detoxification pathways in the liver by helping hepatic cells regenerate and improving bile production. An ideal support to protect against excessive demands modern lifestyles can put on the liver. 

Milk Thistle
  • Molybdenum

    Molybdenum is needed in every cell to facilitate energy production. Working as a co-factor, it activates many enzymes throughout the body to ensure efficiency within the immune system, detoxification and brain function.  

  • Moringa

    Heralded by the Romans, Ancient Greeks and Egyptians, moringa is dubbed ‘natures multi-vitamin’, containing a wide array of nutrients that support of detoxification, skin, brain, hair, immunity and adrenal function. Alkaline promoting, absorbable goodness make it ideal for busy people in need of a nutritional boost.

  • Pine Bark

    Extracts taken from pine bark contain a wealth of powerful antioxidants, with evidence demonstrating their ability to reverse skin damage from sunlight exposure and reduce pigmentation. Also noted for its powerful anti-inflammatory effects that help to soothe irritation and redness. 

Pine Bark
  • Pomegranate

    The world’s oldest fruit, pomegranates deliver a completely unique set of antioxidants, minerals and polyphenols that aid cardiovascular function and detoxification, as well as brightening the skin for a radiant complexion. 

  • Probiotics

    Support the gut’s balance of micro-flora by delivering a potent variety of different strains of good bacteria. One of the most important components for good health, they support digestive function, immunity, hormone balance and detoxification. Equi London probiotics are both heat and acidity resistant. 

  • Propalis

    Produced by bees to protect their hives, propalis is an innately rich source of nutrients, having unique immune modulating properties that help to reduce inflammation, fight infection and reduce allergies and intolerances; making it ideal for skin conditions and immune imbalances. 

  • Resveratrol

    Rich in antioxidants, resveratrol is one of the most anti-ageing compounds found in nature and fantastic for skin, energy and brain function. Extracted from the skin of grapes, it is thought to help protect cells from abnormal behaviours associated with cancer development. 

  • Schisandra

    A powerful and nutrient dense herb used for centuries all over the world to support a multitude of body functions including female hormone balance, adrenal function, immunity and energy production.  

  • Selenium

    Selenium fuels many body functions owing to its powerful antioxidant properties, which protect the skin from premature ageing. Also supports immunity, thyroid function and fertility.  

  • Shiitake Mushroom

    Used medicinally in China for thousands of years, with recent research also demonstrating their ability to help protect the body against abnormal cell activity that can occur in the development of cancer. Rich in beta-glucans that modulate immunity and control allergic responses in the body, 

Shiitake Mushroom
  • Silica

    Woody bamboo is a rich source of silica, a compound that supports the synthesis of connective tissue to help make strong skin, hair and nails. Alkalising to the blood, it helps to prevent acidity in the body, which is conducive with good health.

  • Spirulina

    Grown in fresh water lakes, spirulina is one of nature’s most abundant nutrient sources and is powerfully supportive of every body system. Delivering a complex of amino acids, omega-3, minerals, vitamins, enzymes and antioxidants.

  • Turmeric

    A spice with incredible health benefits largely owing to its powerful anti-inflammatory properties that help soothe irritation and redness. Also shown to reduce swelling in joints, whilst supporting digestion and immunity.

  • Vitamin A

    Found in many colourful fruits and vegetables, vitamin A is a powerful antioxidant that works closely with vitamin C to help protect cells from harmful environmental compounds. Vitamin A also works in the skin to prevent excess oil production and is vital for liver function.

Vitamin A
  • Vitamin B12

    B12 is essential for detoxification, hormone balance, brain function and heart health. It also combines with iron in our red blood cells, which ensures oxygen can travel around the body efficiently. B12 also activates folate in the body, which facilitates all-important methylation reactions.

Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin C

    Vitamin C is vital for everything from immunity, energy production, adrenal health and cognitive function. Essential for collagen production, it is relied on heavily by skin for synthesis of connective tissue.

Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E

    As a fat-soluble vitamin, E works to keep our lipid rich cell membranes healthy, ensuring every cell works to maximum efficiency. Acting as an antioxidant, it protects skin cells from damage as well as keeping blood vessels strong and healthy. 

Vitamin E
  • Vitmain D3

    Known as the sunshine vitamin, it's needed for energy, mood, immunity and blood sugar regulation. Its deficiency has been associated with many chronic disorders and is common in winter months as well as in those who spend most of their time indoors.  

Vitmain D3
  • Wheatgrass

    Extracted from young grass roots, wheatgrass is one of the world’s most alkaline foods and also delivers a host of essential nutrients to support detoxification, energy, immunity and skin health. High levels of antioxidants and chlorophyll support energy, cellular function and promote vitality.

  • Zinc

    Required for energy production, immunity, brain function and fertility, zinc deficiencies can have far reaching effects.Needed to make collagen in the skin, heal scars and discourage acne. Quickly depleted through drinking, smoking and stress, modern lifestyles can increase demands for zinc.