The Benefits of Micelle Delivery for Supplements

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Micelle drug delivery is changing the way that we get our supplements. In this blog we’ll dive into what exactly micelles are, why they’re revolutionising modern skincare and how you can jump on the trend

What is Micelle Delivery?

Micelle drug delivery is an innovative way of transporting important vitamins and minerals into the body effectively. It’s completely changing the way that we get our daily supplements for the better.

Like tablets, micelle supplements are taken orally. They either facilitate absorption directly in the mouth or prevent our stomach acids prematurely breaking down the supplement. It’s already been proven to improve our skin and overall body health by increasing bioavailability.

For a supplement to be delivered effectively it has to be both water soluble and oil soluble. This is generally difficult to achieve. Every day our body creates nanoparticle bubbles that are water-soluble on the outside and carry fat-soluble nutrients on the inside. These are micelles.

The micelles that are produced naturally in the body are essential for absorbing fat-soluble vitamins. These vitamins include vitamin A, D, E and K, as well as omega-3 fatty acids.

Micelles are made up of a shell and a core. The core holds the vitamin/nutrient, while the shell protects it from being destroyed. This enables more effective drug release.

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How is Micelle Delivery Different to Liposomal?

Micelles and liposomes are both drug delivery systems and work in almost the same way. They both increase the bioavailability of supplements by shielding, protecting and delivering them through the digestive system and into the bloodstream.

The main difference between the 2 drug delivery systems is that micelles have a single layer membrane, whereas liposomes have a bilayer.

In terms of their actual functioning, liposome formulations and micelles are similar. Some vitamins and nutrients are easier to manufacture using liposomal methods, while some are more suited to micelle encapsulation.

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Why Micelle Delivery is Game Changing

The pandemic prompted a 19% rise in supplement consumption, with 71% of UK adults now taking food supplements.

But most people aren’t getting the nutrition they need as the actual bioavailability of the nutrients varies massively. Under typical conditions, without micelle or liposomal delivery, many of the supplements we take are poorly absorbed.

Micelle supplements have a higher absorption rate compared to tablets or gummies. This means that you’re actually getting the dosage you see on the packet. The nutritional industry’s use of micelles and liposomes is expected to grow rapidly over the next 10 years.

Advantages of Micelle Delivery

  • Greater bioavailability and high absorption
  • Ability to have controlled releases where the active ingredient is released slowly over time
  • Packaging keeps ingredients stable preventing the product oxidising and degrading
  • Cost effective as you’re able to consume a lower dose with the same effect
  • Non-invasive avoiding the potentially painful alternatives of supplement IV drips or injections
  • Offers a tablet alternate for those where swallowing a tablet is not possible
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Why Are Vitamin and Nutrient Supplements Important For Our Skin?

Vitamins and nutrients are just as important for overall skin health as your daily skincare routine. Our skin protects our internal mechanisms from potential external dangers which is why it’s vital that we protect it.

These dangers include UV rays and pollution. Vitamin deficiencies can increase the risk of skin damage, including severe conditions like skin cancer. Uneven dark circles, skin texture, blotchiness, and premature ageing can also all be related to deficiencies.

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Here are some of the best vitamins and nutrients for your skin:

How to Make the Most Of Micelles at Home

If you’re new to the world of supplements, you may want to find out if you have any nutrient deficiencies. This way you can tailor your supplement intake in order to find the most effective supplement combinations for your skin. You can book a blood test with your doctor to help identify any possible deficiencies.

If you know your skin type well, the above list can also help you in identifying the right supplements for your skin type. This will allow you to target the visible negative effects of nutrient deficiency including skin-ageing.

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Which Micelle Supplements Are the Best

The best brand currently on the market for micelle and liposomal supplements is YourZooki. The current Zooki range includes Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Marine Collagen, Glutathione and Omega 3 – all essential for skin health. Each Zooki has been uniquely tailored to the specific nutrient that it delivers in order to maximise bioavailability and stability.

Each tailored supplements comes in liquid form which allows for more efficient and effective absorption. The airtight packaging also protects the product, preventing it from breaking down, which increases bioavailability. This means that you’re actually getting the advertised dosage.

YourZooki also take pride in using only 100% sustainably sourced, natural ingredients. They place emphasis on avoiding ingredients such as potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate and alcohol that are often found in liquid supplements.

The micelle supplements available on YourZooki are Turmeric Zooki and Omega 3 Zooki.

The Turmeric Zooki contains Micellar Curcumin. Curcumin is the active compound found within turmeric and contains potent antioxidants. These antioxidants work to fight cell-damaging free radicals within the body. This reduces oxidative stress and in turn acts as a weapon against ageing.

The Turmeric Zooki also increases energy levels, fitness, endurance and relieves achy joints.

The Omega 3 Zooki regulates the skin’s oil levels and balances hydration which benefits dry skin and soothes irritation. It also subdues breakouts and helps eliminate the visible signs of ageing.

As well as skin benefits, it supports heart and eye health, and supports normal brain functioning.

Author: Sam Pennington

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