Radiance was created in New Zealand in 1990, with the goal to improve peoples’ lives by offering healthy solutions through innovative products with high quality formulations and premium ingredients. 25+ years later, Radiance is excelling with this goal.
Through their experience and knowledge of natural health Radiance have become a highly regarded and trusted brand. You can feel confident with the quality of any Radiance product, as all are manufactured to strict GMP standards. The Radiance team is passionate about formulating the very best products with you, the end user, in mind.
Radiance range for kids and adults
With a range that encompasses a wide array of needs, from individual vitamins and minerals to sugar-free children’s gummies, whole foods to amp up your morning smoothie, herbal medicines, liposomal products, probiotics, turmeric, superfoods, enzymes and more, our extensive selection of Radiance has all possibilities covered, so the entire family can function at their most radiant best.
Some of our favourites in the range include Probiotics Baby Drops, perfect for supporting tiny tummies; Turmeric latte powder for making the healthiest hot drink in town; and DigestEzyme enzymes for supporting adequate digestion after eating.
Radiance Kids Eye provides antioxidant protection for optimal health of developing eyes. Radiance™ Kids Eye supports general eye health and provides the nutrients required to protect and maintain vision and overall eye condition in blueberry flavoured chewable tablets.
New Zealand kids are spending more and more time exposed to digital devices than ever before and the blue light emitted from these devices may impact on their developing vision. Blue light permeates deep into the eye to the macula, the central part of the retina, where it can cause damage that may lead to vision problems.
Radiance™ Kids Eye contains 5mg of lutein, an orange pigment found in vegetables and other plants. Lutein is thought to absorb excess sunlight to prevent damage to plants leaves. It is also found in the macula of the human eye, where is it thought to have a similar action, absorbing excess blue light and preventing it from reaching the underlying sensitive structures in the retina. This reduces the risk of screen time induced oxidative damage that may lead to digital eyestrain.