A blend of vegetable oils, cold-pressed, unrefined:

sea buckthorn fruit oil

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blackcurrant seed oil

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rosehip seed oil

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AntiOx+ Formula


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AntiOx+ Formula

„AntiOx+ Formula is a real gem for functional oils lovers. The product formula is composed exclusively of cold-pressed oils characterised by a unique content of valuable fatty acids, polyphenolic compounds and natural antioxidants. The combination of sea buckthorn fruit, blackcurrant seed and rosehip seed oils perfectly meets the needs of a sensitive digestive system and skin and hair in need of intensive care and nourishment.”



Supporting the protective functions of the intestinal ecosystem

Supporting the treatment of stomach and intestinal diseases

Protection against oxidative stress

Supporting the condition of thin and sparse hair

Complex nourishment of sensitive skin with signs of ageing

PRICE: 165 zł

Capacity: 250 ml

NOTE: new batch now available.


Cold pressed









Sea-buckthorn fruit oil (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) 55 %.

Blackcurrant seed oil (Ribes nigrum L.) 35%.

Rosehip seed oil (Rosa canina L.) 10 %.

Made in Poland.

Polyphenols: 399mg/kg
Carotenoids: 2300 mg/kg

Vitamin E:
81,6 mg (816 %*) / 100 ml
8,16 mg (81,6 %*) / 10 ml

* Daily reference intake value for the average adult.

Vitamin E helps to protect cells from oxidative stress.

We recommend taking AntiOx+ Formula only with a meal. The product can be eaten alone or added to salads, coleslaw, dressings, smoothies and other dishes served only cold.


Store in a cool, dry and shaded place. Once opened, keep in the refrigerator. Best to consume within 2 months from the date of opening, no later than the date of minimum durability. Sediment at the bottom of the bottle is a natural phenomenon.

Due to the intense color of the oil, you should be especially careful as it may cause stains that are difficult to remove.

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