Results from double-blind, placebo-controlled human clinical trials (which is the highest standard for clinical testing) were published in top peer-reviewed medical journals. They prove BioSil’s effects on women's skin, hair, and nails. BioSil's effects are clinically proven. There is a major difference between "clinically proven" and "clinically tested". Any product can be tested in a clinical setting, but only those products that show statistically significant results may use the phrase "clinically proven". BioSil® is clinically proven in double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trials.
Can I trust the clinical tests of BioSil's formula?
- How can I contact the manufacturer?
- How can I order BioSil?
- How to choose between BioSil drops and capsules?
- Can I trust the clinical tests of BioSil's formula?
- Does BioSil have any side effects? Is it safe to take?
- Doesn't my body make enough collagen by itself?
- I'm a vegetarian / vegan. Can I take BioSil?
- Can I skip BioSil for a day?
- For how long can I take BioSil?
- How should I take BioSil?
- Does BioSil work for men and women?
- Who should not use BioSil?
- For whom is BioSil recommended? Why should I use it?
- When will I notice the first results?
- How does BioSil work?
- What results can I expect from BioSil?
- What is BioSil? Is it a drug?