100 % natural oral spray with vitamin C 

Vitamin C is one of the essential vitamins as it is extremely important for the human body. Most importantly it contributes to normal function of the immune system, reduction of tiredness and fatigue and acts as an antioxidant as it protects the cells from oxidative stress. While it is commonly advised to get vitamin C intake from varied diet, people often turn to supplementation to meet their needs, especially in the times of higher risk of infections.

Most vitamin C supplements are in tablet form and have high concentrations of vitamin C, that are not suitable for children. That is why Valens developed Valens C-Natural, 100 % natural food supplement without preservatives, that contains 80 mg of vitamin C per daily dose (2 sprays). Oral spray form makes the product easy and fun to use, which is why Valens C-Natural is especially popular with children. It also gives you the possibility to tailor doses according to your needs.

Rose hip extract and sour cherry taste with honey as a winning combination 

Valens C-Natural contains rose hip extract as a natural source of vitamin C. Rose hip, natural sour cherry aroma and honey gives the product great, sour-sweet taste, that children as well as adults will love. The product contains 100 sprays and therefore lasts for 50 to 100 days.

Active ingredients

In 2 sprays (0.92 ml):

  • Rose hip dry extract: 116 mg (of which vitamin C: 80 mg (100% NRV*))

* NRV – Nutrient Reference Value


Honey, water, rose hip (Rosa canina) dry extract, natural sour cherry flavor.

Suitable for vegetarians. No gluten, gelatin, alcohol, lactose, artificial colors or flavor.

Directions: The recommended daily dose is 1 spray for children from the age of 1 to 6 and 2 sprays for children from the age of 7 and adults. Contains 50 servings. Clean the spray head after every use.

Storage: Store in a dry and dark place at a temperature not exceeding 25ᵒC. Once opened, use within 50 days.

Considering the daily dose this product serves for 50-100 days.

All ingrediens are in dosages that are safe to consume.

Do not forget the importance of balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Food supplements should not be taken as an alternative to a balanced diet. Keep out children’s reach!

Why is vitamin C important?

Vitamin C is one of the essential vitamins, and is extremely important for one’s health. It contributes to normal function of the immune system and is therefore extremely important in times of higher risk of infections, but also contributes to:

  • collagen formation for normal function of bones, cartilage, gums and teeth and skin
  • reduction of tiredness and fatigue
  • normal energy-yielding metabolism
  • normal functioning of the nervous system
  • normal psychological function
  • increase of iron absorption
  • protection of cells from oxidative stress
  • etc..

Which food is rich with vitamin C? 

In opposite to popular belief, lemon, orange and other fruits from the citrus family are actually not the richest source of vitamin C. More for example can be found in peppers. The higher concentrations of vitamin C in vegetables can be found in:

  • Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and cauliflower
  • Green and red peppers
  • Spinach, cabbage, turnip greens, and other leafy greens
  • Sweet and white potatoes
  • Tomatoes and tomato juice

Fruits with the highest sources of vitamin C include:

  • Cantaloupe
  • Citrus fruits and juices, such as orange and grapefruit
  • Kiwi fruit
  • Mango
  • Papaya
  • Pineapple
  • Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and cranberries
  • Watermelon

What are the sighs of vitamin C deficiency?

There are many signs of vitamin C deficiency – from beauty issues to serious health problems. One of the worst, that rarely happen anymore (globally) is scurvy. Other signs include symptoms of weakness, anemia, gum disease, and skin problems. This is because vitamin C is needed for making collagen, an important component in connective tissues.

One of the first signs might be brittle nails, weak hair and skin problems, as any health issues often first reflect on those. Easy bruising, slow healing, weak bones, painful joints, even bleeding gums and consistent anaemia can all to traced back to vitamin C deficiency.