Garden of Life imports Lovely Legs
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryAfter about 30 years of availability as a pharmaceutical in Europe, a 95 percent diosmin formula reaches U.S. shores as a supplement that helps alleviate swelling in the legs. Garden of Life introduced the formula, Lovely Legs, in the U.S. in August. Diosmin, a citrus-derived bioflavonoid, also strengthens blood vessels to reduce signs of varicose and spider veins that stem from pregnancy, weight gain or strenuous exercise, West Palm Beach, Fla.-based Garden of Life said Aug. 25. A 30-day supply of Lovely Legs sells for $29.95
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