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Vitabiotics Ltd VITABIOTICS, the UK’s number-one vitamin company, has been awarded The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation for its Perfectil beauty vitamins range. It marks the fourth Queen’s Award that Vitabiotics has received, including The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation for its Pregnacare vitamin research in 2013. This is the rst and only time that a vitamin company has received the award for innovation on two occasions. Vitabiotics has pioneered advances in
work led to Vitabiotics’ founder and chairman, Dr Kartar Lalvani, OBE, receiving an honorary professorship from the University of Franche- Comté. This was the rst time the award of professorship was given by the University to a British scientist in the eld of dermatology. Vitabiotics supports research and original clinical trials in collaboration with universities and leading medical centres in the UK and across Europe. Dr Kartar said: “Vitabiotics is immensely honoured to once again receive The Queen’s Award for Innovation, in recognition of our unique and highly successful Perfectil research and innovation. “This accolade is a testament to
Founder Dr Kartar Lalvani, OBE (right), with former Vitabiotics chairman Professor Arnold Beckett OBE
nutritional healthcare products for more than 45 years and the range includes some of Britain’s leading supplement brands, such as Perfectil, Pregnacare, Wellman, Wellwoman and Menopace. As the fastest growing major vitamin company in the UK, Vitabiotics exports to more than 100 countries, and has twice received the Queen’s Award for International Trade, in 2003 and 2008.
Vitabiotics and I would like to thank all of our dedicated sta, customers, suppliers and research partners for their continued support.” Over the past 45 years, Vitabiotics has consistently been at the cutting edge of nutritional thinking, translating emerging
Professor Philippe Humbert has conducted trials on Perfectil
Vitabiotics’ Perfectil is the UK’s number-one nutritional supplement for skin, hair, and nails. It represents multiple innovations in the eld of cosmetic science and nutrition, underpinned by a portfolio of granted and led patents, as well as being the rst choice of beauty experts and celebrities, including Nicole Scherzinger. A groundbreaking Perfectil clinical trial 1 showed for the rst time that supplementation can help to protect against the ageing eects of harsh winter weather on the skin. This pioneering
science into eective products. It has established a greater range of original clinical research as background support to its formulations than any other vitamin company.
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Perfectil ambassador Nicole Scherzinger.
1.Research conducted at the renowned international centre for dermatological and cosmetic research, University Hospital of St Jacques, Besançon, France, one of the oldest hospitals in the world, dating back to 1182. Ecacy of micronutrient supplementation [Perfectil Platinum] on skin aging and seasonal variation: a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study. Clinical Interventions in Aging, November 2013.
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