Antioximax Celavista


Powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant neuroprotective agent-ARE

Antioximax® is a natural formulation that promotes powerful, synergistic and complete antioxidant activity. It supports comprehensive protection against oxidative damage caused by free radicals (the direct cause of cellular ageing in our body), as well as supporting good visual health. Antioximax® is designed to contribute to a reduction in physiological oxidative activity and to prevent both exogenous and endogenous pro-oxidative effects. These properties are obtained thanks to an advanced patented formulation that improves its absorption and bioavailability in the body, incorporating polyphenols and flavonoids, as well as Ginkgo, Cyperus, resveratrol, lipoic acid, lutein, nicotinic acid (vitamin B3), zinc and vitamin D, among others.

years of history

active ingredients


After almost 30 years of history, Antioximax® continues to be an innovative product, thanks to the constant updating of its formulation, which has been adapted to new scientific discoveries in the field of cellular oxidation. It is indicated for the prevention and treatment of all those disorders that involve oxidative stress and affect the body through the generation and accumulation of free radicals at the cellular level, inducing chronic inflammatory and degenerative disorders, accelerating the processes linked to ageing and affecting the integrity and function of the different tissues and systems that make up the body.

Our pharmaceutical technology and our knowledge in the synthesis of active ingredients extracted from plants, as well as the development of the galenic and formulation, allow us to include in a single capsule 60 active ingredients valued in 9 extracts, each one of them at therapeutic doses; representing up to 80% of the whole formulation.


Eye-flavon® is a balanced complex of high purity and bioavailability to the eye, consisting of polyphenols and flavonoids from extracts of Scutellaria baicalensis, Camellia sinensis, Sophora japonica and Silybum marianum species.

Eye-metabol® is a complex of peptides, amino acids, metabolites and coenzymes from acetyl-L-carnitine, ubiquinol and NADH.

Retimax® is a patented complex, formulated from optimised high purity proanthocyanidins (PAC) from Vaccinium myrtillus extracts.

Iribin® is a high purity complex of saponins and iridoid aglycones such as aucubin and loganin from extracts of Euphrasia officinalis and Cornus officinalis.

Restrol® is a novel, highly pure and highly bioavailable balanced complex of stilbenoids and flavonoids from Polygonum cuspidatum extracts.

Ginkgo biloba (EGb 761®) is a leaf extract and consists of 60 bioactive compounds. In EGb 761® extract, the two main groups of constituents are flavonoids and terpenoids.

Apocyn® is an extract based on apocynin, a natural organic compound structurally related to vanillin.

UMB-99® is an extract based on umbelliferone, a coumarin that can be found in edible plants and fruits.

Capdex® is a compound based on dextrinised capsaicin, a well-known vanilloid that offers a beneficial role in various pathological conditions including obesity, cardiovascular and gastrointestinal disorders, pain, neurogenic bladder and dermatological conditions.

Cypen® is a high purity sesquiterpene complex of Cyperus rotundus extracts.

Lutein is one of the few xanthophylls found in high concentration in the macula of the human retina.

Zinc is an essential nutrient for human health.

Vitamin B3 (nicotinic acid) is the precursor of NAD+, a key molecule in energy and redox metabolism.

Manganese is an essential micronutrient that functions primarily as a coenzyme in several biological processes.

Selenium is a micronutrient known primarily for the antioxidant properties of selenoenzymes, as well as being a component of an enzyme that activates thyroid hormone.

Vitamin D3 is a nutrient necessary for health. It plays a fundamental role in the proper functioning of the body as it is involved in many physiological processes, such as the absorption and maintenance of calcium levels in the bones.

Main characteristics
  • Neutralisation and control of exogenous oxidative effects and free oxygen radical (ROS) levels caused by unhealthy lifestyle habits or environmental causes: smoking, alcohol consumption, overweight, unhealthy diets, inadequate physical activity, pollution and environmental toxicity, etc.
  • Neutralisation and control of endogenous oxidative effects and levels of free oxygen radicals (ROS) secondary to chronic, inflammatory, autoimmune, degenerative diseases or convalescence after infectious processes, surgical procedures, etc.
  • Neutralisation and control of oxidative effects that affect the reproductive function of men and women, reducing the quantity and quality of spermatozoa or oocytes, respectively, and compromising fertility. Ovarian and testicular ageing, both endogenous and exogenous. Adjuvant treatment to improve reproductive function in general. It can be used prior to any assisted reproduction technique (ART).
  • Control and slowing of cellular ageing.
Descripción profesional del producto

La formulación de Antioximax® contribuye al bienestar a la salud neurológica, visual y vascular, el funcionamiento normal de los vasos sanguíneos en cerebro y ojo, aportando numerosos antioxidantes y metabolitos naturales que ayudan a proteger células y tejidos de la oxidación de los radicales libres gracias a la acción de Vaccinium myrtillus y Ginkgo biloba. Aparte de estas dos plantas con alegaciones contiene hasta 60 moléculas valoradas con alta plausividad cientifica y actividad para el necesario equilibrio de la respuesta ARE-Antioxidante, inflamatoria, circulación periferica, mejora la mitobiogenesis mitocondrial y la beta-oxidacion de acido grasos. Contiene significativa cantidad de NADH y vitamina D3 que contribuye a la funcion normal de los musculos y los dientes.


  • Neuroprotección y retinopatías: hereditarias, como la RP (más de 70 síndromes, enfermedad de Stargardt, Usher, etc.), diabética, degeneración macular, glaucoma, miopía magna, desprendimiento de retina.
  • Oftalmología general: queratoconjuntivitis, córnea, cataratas c/ lente, vítreo y uvea.
  • Senescencia: Potente antioxidante-ARE en senescencia a partir de los 30 años, detox, estrés oxidativo, inflamación, anti-isquémico y neuroprotector.


  • Edema macular cistoide (irvine-gass syndrome), dmae húmeda.
  • Enfermedades metabólicas hereditarias relacionadas con defectos en mitocondrias y/o peroxisomas.
  • Diabetes (retinopatia diabetica + pie diabético + osteodistrofia-fibrosis renal + neuropatia)
  • Flebotónico, antiarteriosclerosis, antiisquémico, antiangiogénesis.
  • Síndrome de ménière, acúfenos.
  • Inhibidor DHT.

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Eye-flavon® (complejo balanceado de alta pureza y biodisponibilidad ocular de polifenoles y flavonoides de extractos de especies de Scutellaria baicalensis, Camelia sinnensis, Sophora japonica y Silybum marianum), Eye-metabol® (péptidos, aminoácidos, metabolitos y coenzimas: L-carnitina, ubiquinol, NADH), Retimax® (oligómeros optimizados de alta pureza y máxima disponibilidad extra dextrinizados con ácido nicotínico procedentes de polifenoles tipo Proantocianósidos-PAC de extractos Vaccinium mirtillus), Iribin® (complejo de alta pureza de Saponinas e Irinoides agliconas tipo Aucubina y Loganin de extractos de Euphrasia officinalis y Cornus officinalis), Restrol® (novedoso complejo balanceado de alta pureza y elevada biodisponibilidad de estilbenoides tipo resveratrol y flavonoides tipo no-PAC agliconas de extractos de Polygonum cuspidatum), Cypen® (alta pureza en sesquiterpenos de extractos Cyperus rotundus), EGb® 761 (extracto de Ginkgo biloba), Apocyn® (Vanilla planifolia), UMB-99® (Artemisia capillaris), estearato de magnesio (antiaglomerante), Capdex® (Capsaicina dextrinizada), Cypen® (alta pureza en sesquiterpenos de extractos Cyperus rotundus), luteína (Tagetes erecta), zinc sulfato, carbonato de sodio, manganeso citrato, selenometionina, colecalciferol. Cápsula: celulosa vegetal, óxido de hierro (colorante natural).


NUTRIENTES Aporte diario (1 cápsula)
Eye-flavon® 175 mg
     Scutellaria baicalensis 50 mg
     Camelia sinnensis 50 mg
     Sophora japonica 50 mg
     Silybum marianum 50 mg
Eye-metabol® 175 mg
     L-carnitina 25 mg
     Ubiquinol 20 mg
     NADH coenzima 5 mg
Retimax® 100 mg
Iribin® 100 mg
     Euphrasia officinalis 73,3 mg
     Cornus officinalis 26,7 mg
Restrol® 75 mg
EGb® 761 50 mg
Apocyn® 20 mg
UMB-99® 20 mg
Capdex® 15 mg
Cypen® 10 mg
Luteína 7,5 mg
Zinc 6 mg (60% VRN)
Vitamina B3 (ácido nicotínico) 5 mg (31,25% VRN)
Manganeso 1 mg (50% VRN)
Selenio 55 µg (50% VRN)
Vitamina D3

25 µg – 1000 UI

(500% VRN)


Alérgenos, compuestos sensitivos y otras características
Sin GMO Libre de OGM Vegano Vegano
Sin TIO2 Sin Óxido de Titanio Sin Soja Sin soja
Sin Lactosa Sin lactosa Sin Gluten Sin glúten
Sin Azucar Sin azúcar


Prevención de los efectos oxidativos y del envejecimiento en personas sanas menores de 45 años

Tomar 1 cápsula al día (1-0-0). Si fuera necesario, puede consumirse de forma continuada.

Prevención de los efectos oxidativos y del envejecimiento en personas sanas mayores de 45 años Tomar 2 cápsula al día (1-0-1). Si fuera necesario, puede consumirse de forma continuada
Neutralización y control de los efectos oxidativos exógenos en personas con hábitos inadecuados de vida o sometidas a condiciones medioambientales adversas Tomar 2 cápsula al día (1-0-1). Si fuera necesario, puede consumirse de forma continuada
Neutralización y control de los efectos oxidativos endógenos, debidos a enfermedades crónicas, inflamatorias, autoinmunes, degenerativas o convalecencias Tomar 3 cápsulas al día (1-1-1). En enfermedades crónicas puede consumirse de forma continuada. En convalecencias, tomar 3 cápsulas al día (1-1-1) durante 3 meses, después reducir la dosis a 2 cápsulas diarias (1-0-1) durante otros 3 meses y nuevamente, reducir la dosis a 1 cápsula diaria (1-0-0) durante los 3 meses siguientes hasta retirada. Si fuera necesario, podría consumirse de forma continuada.
Neutralización y control de los efectos oxidativos que afectan a la función reproductiva del hombre y de la mujer, debidos a estrés oxidativo por diferentes causas, tanto endógenas como exógenas Tomar 3 cápsulas al día (1-1-1) durante 3-6 meses. Este ciclo se puede repetir según criterio facultativo, mientras sea necesario. Se pude utilizar también a dosis de 1-2 cápsulas al día como preventivo del envejecimiento ovárico o testicular, en parejas que optan por posponer la concepción de sus hijos
Utilización conjunta

Antioximax® puede combinarse con los siguientes productos de Celavista:

  • NPD1-1000®, Rosmarine® y Angiomax®
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