Myra 300-E - Dosage, Directions | Myra Official Website

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PARA SA SKIN NA KAPANSIN-PANSIN

Myra E 300 I.U.

d-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate (Myra 300-E) is made from nature-derived Vitamin E which is a powerful antioxidant that helps remove harmful free radicals and promote cell and tissue renewal of the skin, lungs, muscles, and liver. It helps maintain and improve stamina to keep you on the go all day.

With Myra Vitamin E, you can fight free radicals, repair damaged cells, and protect the healthy ones. Its antioxidant properties keep your skin nourished, providing lasting, healthy skin from within. Having healthy skin means that you will always have moisturized and glowing skin throughout the day.

Available in 30s bottle.

Price

Per capsule – ₱8.00

Bottle of 30s – ₱242.00

Ingredients

300 IU Vitamin E

How to Use

Orally, take capsule once a day, daily, or as prescribed by a physician.

36 comments

    1. Hi, Jeaneth! You may take Myra E with other vitamins/supplements as long as they do not contain anti-coagulant/blood thinning properties. Should you have any more doubts, we think it’s best to consult your doctor who is in the best position to advise what most suitable based on your age, health status, and nutritional needs.

      Also, please be advised that the advised dosage of Myra E capsules is once a day. Hope this helps!

    1. Hi, Gemma! Myra capsules are designed to renew and repair skin cells, giving you healthy skin from within. The capsules contain the antioxidant vitamin E, which prevents harmful chemicals  otherwise known as bad free radicals from damaging your healthy skin cells. Having healthy cells means having healthy skin from within with continued use of Myra.

      However, it is still best to consult your dermatologist to properly assess your skin concern. Thanks for your interest in Myra!

    1. Hi, Dae! You may take Myra E with other vitamins/supplements as long as they do not contain anti-coagulant/blood thinning properties. Should you have any more doubts, we think it’s best to consult your doctor who is in the best position to advise what most suitable based on your age, health status, and nutritional needs. Thanks!

    1. Hi, Avy! There’s no evidence showing that taking vitamin E with other supplements has side effects; however, high doses of vitamin E may pose a risk of hemorrhage for those who are taking anti-coagulant/blood thinning medications.

      Should you have any more doubts, we think it’s best to consult your doctor who is in the best position to advise what most suitable based on your age, health status, and nutritional needs. Thanks!

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