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Vivid H2 Hydrogen Bath Tablets - 50 tablets




  • Drop 1 tablet/per liter of water in bucket or bathtub.
  • Soak the applied area for 15 minutes.
  • For a muscle relaxing hydrogen bath, use 5-7 tablets to fill bathtub.

Reinvigorate your complexion with a direct dose of Molecular Hydrogen.

The Vivid H2 tablets deliver free magnesium ions, which our bodies easily absorb through the skin, adding additional benefits. Vivid H2 tablets are designed to deliver the acidic pH our skin flora needs to flourish.

What Is malic acid? Malic acid is a tart-tasting organic dicarboxylic acid that contributes to the taste of many sour or tart foods such as apples. Malic Acid can be found in a wide range of cosmetics and personal care products.

Why is malic acid used in VIVID H2? Malic Acid is used primarily to control the pH of cosmetic products.

What Is tartaric acid? Tartaric Acid is a white crystalline organic acid that occurs naturally in many plants, particularly grapes. In cosmetics and personal care products, these ingredients are used in soaps, skincare products, suntan products, and hair care products.

Why is tartaric acid used in VIVID H2? Tartaric Acid is used as pH adjusters which control the pH of finished cosmetic products.

What is Adipic Acid? Adipic Acid is found naturally in beets and sugar cane, and was previously reported to be used in the formulation of fragrances and sachets.

What is sodium stearyl fumarate? Sodium stearyl fumarate is notably a water-soluble lubricant used in the pharmaceutical industry for compressing tablets. 


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