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Natural to sand and quartz

· Supports collagen formation ·
· Maintains skin, hair & nail health ·
· Supports skin’s integrity & structure ·
· Supports connective tissue formation ·
· Maintains bone health ·



It is believed that levels of silica are highest during infancy. As we age, levels of silica in the body tend to decline. Supporting a healthy diet with our supplements helps ensure you receive adequate amounts of mineral silica, particularly when sources of this mineral may be lacking in your diet.

Use our table below to discover which Qsilica product is right for you.


Made by nature.
Perfected by Qsilica.

Mineral silica (importantly the element silicon contained within it) is the second most abundant element in the earth’s crust and is found in plants, animals and most living organisms1. Silicon is very hard and is found in rock crystals such as quartz and flint2.


Naturally occurring

Silicon is a naturally occurring trace element in the human body, obtained mainly from the diet. Evidence suggests that dietary silicon is important for bone formation and plays a role in maintaining bone and connective tissue health. It's suggested that silicon is involved with collagen synthesis as well as bone mineralisation1.



1. R. Jugdaohsingh (2007) Silicon and Bone Health. The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Ageing, Vol 11 (2)

2. Haas, EM. Staying Healthy With Nutrition, 21st Century Edition, Celestial Arts, 2006: p207.

3. Price et al (2013) Silicon: A Review of Its Potential Role in the Preventions and Treatment of Postmenopausal Osteoporosis. Int J of Endocrinology, Vol 2013


Beauty From The Inside Out

At Qsilica, we believe that it's not just what you apply topically that helps achieve healthy hair, skin and nails. The focus should also be on how you support them from the inside.

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