OptiMSM®: A key ingredient for Women’s Health

Today, consumers recognise that a healthy skin routine goes beyond using a good cream: keeping skin healthy is a nutrition program, and turns into a key sign of overall health.

OptiMSM®  (methylsulfonylmethane) contains sulphur: This key nutrient which not only aids in reducing the appearance of wrinkles but also improves skin elasticity, hydration, and firmness, promoting a youthful appearance. Additional research suggests that OptiMSM® may help boost the body's natural antioxidant defences, mitigating oxidative damage and inflammation.

Research indicates that only 1 gram of OptiMSM® per day can visibly diminish signs of skin aging.1-2

Further studies on OptiMSM® have demonstrated noticeable improvements in the appearance and health of hair and nails, potentially including benefits for hair growth and thickness.3

Research also suggests that OptiMSM® contributes to joint health, post-exercise recovery, immune support, and overall mobility, helping consumers to live well, age well, and perform well.

We do not compromise on MSM. Neither should you in your food supplement.

OptiMSM® is the industry leading brand of MSM in purity, safety, and consistency, and has been a pioneer in the field of sulphur nutrition for over 30 years. OptiMSM® is manufactured through a multi-stage distillation process, in the only single-purpose facility in North America to ensure commitment to quality.

Discover more by visiting our OptiMSM® dedicated page or contact us. Book a meeting with the team at our Vitafoods 2024 Stand (D80).


(1) Anthonavage M, et al. Effects of Oral Supplementation With Methylsulfonylmethane on Skin Health and Wrinkle Reduction: Nat Med J 2015; 7(11): 1-10

(2) Simpson P, Benjamin R. J. Prospective Randomized, Double-Blind Study to Evaluate Dietary Supplements for Impacts on Skin Appearance in Healthy Women: Clin Exp Dermatol Res 2022; 13(5): 1000622.

(3)Muizzuddin N & Benjamin R. Beneficial Effects of a Sulfur-Containing Supplement on Hair and Nail Condition: Nat Med J 2019; 11(11): 1-8.