This revolutionary anti-aging approach has unlocked rich bionutrients from within plant biology through a patented light enrichment process to naturally enhance nutrient capacity. Fast absorbing and targeted, this complex delivers a high-potency dose of micronutrients to super-charge, strengthen, and repair cells.

GROH's Ergo Boost Complex works internally with the body’s complex biologic system to fulfill nutritional needs everyday that diet often fails to provide. Combined, these ingredients work synergically to supply the body with the nutrients it needs to support healthy skin, scalp, hair, nails, and lashes.


The majority of current hair and skin care products are serums and creams that treat the symptoms, not the cause, of nutritional deficiencies. The Ergo Boost Complex offers a synergic blend of rich antioxidants and bionutrients.

Ergothioneine (Ergo) naturally occurs in mushrooms and has been found to play a powerful role in preventing cell death by offering protection from oxidative damage, a major contributor in early aging.

Vitamin D2 (Ergocalciferol) is a plant-based form of vitamin D. While other vitamin D products are chemically extracted from animal derivatives, our vitamin D comes straight from mushrooms and is enriched through our patented UV light technology.

A rich blend of essential oils adds hydrating and soothing properties. Moroccan Argan Oil, Rosemary Oil, Lemon Peel Oil, Lavender Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, and others work together synergistically to heal and regenerate at a cellular level.

Vital nutrients in a potent blend of over 3,000 enzymes, antioxidants, and probiotics work with your body’s complex biological system, maximizing absorbtion and metabolism of nutrients.


Scientific collaboration led by Dr. Marvin Hausman with our network of scientists and doctors at major universities around the world has unlocked a new "Master Antioxidant," Ergothioneine and enabled us to formulate our unique and potent Ergo BoostTM Complex. 

Is there a link between Vitamin D and female hair loss?

30% of women suffer from hair loss often referred to as Telogen effluvium (TE) and female pattern hair loss (FPHL) This can have devastating psychological consequences. Most frequent treatment options to stop progression and stimulate hair regrowth include several medications, but more recently, scientists are asking if Vitamin D might play an important role in stopping this occurance.  (Read more about what the Vitamin D Council has to say)

Vitamin D helps reduce stress and depression. Stress has been related to hair loss, and if you have lots of stress, reducing this is a good thing.





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