Vitamin C Plus

Our Vitamin C Plus is paired with Rosehip extract for an antioxidant rich blend. Vitamin C Plus helps to support a healthy immune system function, energy levels, collagen formation and brain function.

1 tablet per day + $12.00/mo


Vitamin C supports collagen formation, and assists in the healing of minor body tissue injuries.

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Vitamin C is essential for healthy immune function, both preventing and shortening infections by helping white blood cells function more effectively.

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Supports vitamin C levels in the body, helpful for certain groups of people such as smokers who may have depleted amounts.

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Vitamin C is naturally found in oranges, tomatoes and broccoli. Our Vitamin C helps prevent deficiency in the body for people not getting the recommended daily amount, such as people not eating enough fruit and vegetables.

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  • Product

    Vitamin C Plus

  • Direction

    1 tablet

  • Daily dose

    1000 mg Ascorbic acid (Vit C) and Rosehip extract

No Added Gluten
No Added Lactose
  • Ingredients

    Ascorbic acid (Vit C), Rosa canina (dry rosehip fruit)

  • Allergens

    Contains non-GMO Corn/Maize.


Not suitable for pregnancy. Talk to your doctor before using if breastfeeding. Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Vitamin and/or mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner. If you have any pre-existing conditions, or are on any medications always talk to your health professional before use.

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Let's break it down

How it works

Vitamin C is absorbed in the small intestine where it is then circulated and distributed in the cells of the body. The highest level of ascorbic acid (vitamin c) is found in the adrenal glands, white blood cells, skeletal muscles and pituitary gland in the brain. Vitamin C is broken down in the liver.

Dietary Boost

Vitamin C is found in many different fruits and vegetables such as blackcurrants, green and red capsicums, oranges and strawberries. Diets low in fruit and vegetables may not get the recommended amount of vitamin C. Lifestyle factors such as excessive alcohol, chronic stress and smoking deplete levels of vitamin C. The Vitamin C content in foods is influenced by a number of factors e.g. season, storage time and conditions, transport, cooking techniques and preparation and may be destroyed easily.

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Vitamin C Plus