Skin and barrier function

Vanora combines ceramides and digalactosyl diglycerides (DGDG).

Ceramides are present in the stratum corneum of the epidermis and they hold the corneocytes together to prevent transepidermal water loss.

Studies have shown that Vanora increases skin moisturization by 36% in 60 days.

Vanora improves skin barrier function which is reduced in radiation dermatitis thereby reducing transepidermal water loss. Increased hydration prevents radiotherapy induced skin damage.

Severe acute radiation causes a late effect on gut, bladder and oral mucosa which is increased by breakdown of barrier function. Vanora helps to improve the barrier function by increasing ceramide content.


Direct Action

Moreover, ceramides increases the apoptosis of tumor cells thereby acting directly.



1 Capsule per day or as directed by the physician

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