Enhanced absorption and high bioavailability in Liposomal form

Liposomal powder in capsules

Supported by scientific researches

Liposome Benefits

Natural Ingredients

Natural Ingredients*

*Phospholipid source from sunflower and palm oil

High Bioavailability

High Bioavailability

Unprecedentedly high bioavailability  1,4,6

Better Absorption

Better Absorption

Absorbed up to 2x better than regular supplements 4,6,14

Natural Production

Preserve Active Ingredients

No use of Heat, Chemicals or pressure

Our liposomes

Lovini Vitamin C Liposomes

Strong antioxidant power to support the immune system, while maintaining healthy cells and tissues.

Lovini Vitamin D Liposomes

Strengthens mucosal defences and control overall immune response to viral load.10

Vitamins Enhanced ...

LipoSupplements are manufactured using Liposomal Encapsulation Technology, which is different to conventional ways. 

It uses liposomes as a delivery vehicle to transport target nutrients into our body effectively. 1 

Liposomes, which are made of phospholipids acting like spherical sacs mimicking our body cells. 

It aims to prevent unnecessary breakdown of the target nutrient during digestion phase and to be easily recognized by the body. Liposomal Encapsulation Technology can greatly enhance absorption and bioavailability.

With a Difference !

The bioavailability of conventional dietary supplements, such as tablets and standard/non-liposomal powdered capsules, often can be reduced by several factors including: damages or degradation by digestive enzymes, damages by free radicals produced in the human body, its chemical form and various factors that may affect absorption. 15 

Encapsulation of Nutrients such as Liposomes can form a protective barrier against these damages to optimize the uptake and usage of the nutrients.

4 pathways for absorption 3, 13

Not limited by uptake transporters capacity 3, 13

High bioavailability and absorption rate 1,4,6

“Liposomes as Advanced Delivery Systems for Nutraceuticals”

Christopher W. Shade, PhD

“Liposomes encapsulated nutrients means smaller doses needed to achieve better results”

Dilworth Drug and Wellness Center

As seen on HiEggo - The Benefits of Liposomal Vitamins


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