Pur C

Pur C

‘C’ the beauty in you

The vitamin C that comes from 100% natural fruits ingredients

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18 typesof high Vitamin C content fruits


Source of antioxidants


Boost up your immunity


A brighter skin




Raspberry, strawberry, apple, acerola, cranberry


Papaya, orange, lemon, camu-camu, apricot


Prune, blackcurrant, blueberry, bilberry, elderberry


Kiwi, guava, grape


Fructo-Oligosaccharides (White Chicory Root)


The benefits of Pur C:

  • Powerful antioxidants help in fight against free radicals
  • Boost up immunity and helps in prevent common cold symptoms
  • Aids in iron absorption makes it more easily to be absorbed in the body
  • Helps in wound healing (collagen formation)
  • Better skin appearance as vitamin C helps in stimulates the production of collagen
  • Prevent scurvy

Suitable for:

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    Whole family
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    People under stressful condition
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    People stay in high pollution area

How much ‘C’ do you need?

Age Group Recommended Nutrient Intake (RNI) PUR C
1 – 3 years 30 mg/day 300%
4 – 6 years 30 mg/day 300%
7 – 9 years 35 mg/day 257%
10 – 18 years 65 mg/day 138%
19 – 65 years 70 mg/ day 129%
> 65 years 70 mg/day 129%
Pregnancy 80 mg/day 113%
Lactation 95 mg/day 95%

1 tablet (1000mg) of Pur C

contains 90mg of NATURAL vitamin C, provide sufficient daily intake of vitamin C to you everyday.



  1. 100% from natural fruit ingredients
  2. Less processed, more wholesome and readily absorbed
  3. Consists of organic nutrient (vitamin), phytonutrients, enzymes, coenzymes, antioxidants, trace element activators & cofactors
  4. Higher absorption and bioavailability
  5. Free of preservative, artificial colour, flavour and sweetener
  6. No adverse side effects

How to consume:

Put 1 chewable tablet into the mouth, chew and swallow.


Store below 30°C. Protect from light and moisture.
For best result, keep in refrigerator and use within 90 days.


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