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Poten-Cee launches newest variants Poten-Cee + ZN and Poten-Cee + ZN Advance
The country's top-of-mind Vitamin C brand faces the new normal by leveling up immunity essentials
Moving On with the New Normal
Facing the COVID-19 fear head-on, Poten-Cee, the no. 1 Vitamin C Adult Brand1 offers consumers two immunity-advancement options to choose from:
Poten-Cee + ZN which combines the immunity benefits of Vitamin C and Zinc, and
Poten-Cee + ZN Advance which likewise puts together the immunity benefits of
Vitamin C and Zinc, plus Vitamin D3.
Advanced Protection from Immune Essentials
Poten-Cee + ZN has Vitamin C 2 that helps enhance the body's natural defenses,
by supporting various functions of the immune system. It also contains Zinc that assists
in blocking germs, including viruses, from entering the body, and prevents them
from multiplying. ³
Similarly, Poten-Cee + ZN Advance combines the immunity-strengthening effects of
Vitamin C and Zinc, but this time with the addition of Vitamin D3. Vitamin D3 aids in activating the immune system, to better attack viruses. Vitamin D3 also regulates the immune response to help prevent sudden or dangerous inflammations that can cause organ damage.⁴
To get more of this advanced protection in the new normal, take
Poten-Cee + ZN and Poten-
regular physical activity, and adequate quality sleep.
Poten-Cee ZN and Poten-Cee ZN + Advance are the newest additions to the ever-growing Poten-Cee family of Vitamin C variants which address different lifestyle needs:
Poten-Cee Sugar-coated, Poten-Cee Sugar-Free, Poten-Cee Forte, Poten-Cee N.A.,
Poten-Cee Chewable, and food supplement Poten-Cee + C.
Suggested Retail Price (SPR) for Poten-Cee + ZN is at Php 7.50 per capsule and for
Poten-Cee + ZN Advance, at 13.50 each. Both variants are available at all Mercury Drug, Southstar, The Generic Pharmacy, and Watsons outlets nationwide
1. IQVA Data of 2021
2. Carr A, Maggini S. Vitamin C and Immune Function. Nutrients. 2017; 9(11): 1211. doi: 10.3390/nu9111211.
3. Wessels I, Rolles B, Rink L. The Potential Impact of Zinc Supplementation on COVID-19 Pathogenesis. Front Immunol. 2020; 11: 1712. doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2020.01712
4. Aranow C. Vitamin D and the Immune System. J Investig Med. 2011; 59(6): 881–886. doi:10.231/JIM.0b013e31821b8755.
Marianne Johanna Ferrer De Vera