Scientific name: Biotin
Classification: Vitamin


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Biotin, also called Vitamin H or Vitamin B7, is an necessary nutritional substance for the body in small quantities, an essential micronutrient, belonging to the group of vitamins of group B.

It is essential to metabolize fats, proteins and carbohydrates and helps the body transform food into energy. It is located within food of animal origin - such as veal, pork, lamb, chicken, cheeses, eggs and fish - or of vegetable origin - such as cauliflowers, mushrooms, carrots, spinach and beans.


Biotin counteracts hair loss, in subjects who are lacking, making them full -bodied and structured. It stimulates follicles and actively contributes to the functions of melanocytes. The lack of biotin can in fact cause a thinning and weakening of the hair, which may appear weak and opaque.

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