SynTernals Is Terri Vinson Jones’ New Premium Supplement Offering

Terri Vinson Jones, biological scientist and founder of skincare brand Synergie Skin has announced the launch of her first supplement brand, SynTernals.

SynTernals makes its highly anticipated global entry into the booming ingestible beauty and wellness market with its first product – NRgize+.

The revered formulator created NRgize+ for its promise to “optimise cellular health-span from the inside out.” The supplement serves to boost levels of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) in the body, invigorating the body’s cell vitality. 

Recent studies suggest NAD+ is emerging as a central metabolite in the ageing field, and NAD+ level decline is becoming an established feature of several age-associated diseases*.

“Cellular health is the key to whole-body health and vitality. When individual cells are healthy, so too are our organs and systems,” Terri explains.

NRgize+ works to address the root cause of cellular distress attributed to environmental toxins, chronic stress, and nutrient deficiencies. The supplement combines Nicotinamide Riboside (NR) and Nicotinamide – both clinically proven ingredients known to amplify NAD+ levels in mature adults.

In addition, potent antioxidants Resveratrol and Quercetin work to further support cell function, resulting in increased energy, an enhanced metabolism, stronger cell defenses, and an improvement in overall wellbeing.

The development of SynTernals reflects Terri’s investment into study of the mitochondria – as defined by The National Human Genome Research Institute as membrane-bound cell organelles that generate most of the chemical energy needed to power the cell’s biochemical reactions. 

NRgize is 100% Australian made and AUST-L listed (TGA approved).

To stock SynTernals at your beauty business, visit this link.

Terri Vinson Jones launched HyalaVive earlier this year. Read more on the launch here.

* Covarrubias AJ, Perrone R, Grozio A, Verdin E. NAD+ metabolism and its roles in cellular processes during ageing. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol, 2021.

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