Phycosci X20

PhycoSci X20

Nutrition range

Dietary supplement based on the aqueous extract of spirulina.

• Contributes to fatigue reduction
• Energy and vitality

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1 bottle of 250 ml = 30 x 8 ml doses

Net volume: 250 ml

Ingredients: Glycerine of vegetable origin (stabiliser), aqueous extract of spirulina.

Dietary supplements should not replace a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Do not exceed recommended daily doses.
Keep out of reach of children.
For pregnant and breastfeeding women, and children, refer to a doctor's advice.






Phycocyanin g/Litre


Phycocyanin mg/dose

100 %


PHYCOSCI X20 is a unique innovative product with high phycocyanin content for an incomparable boost effect!

What are the benefits of Phycosci X20?

After at least one month of minimum recommended consumption of Phycosci X20:


It provides energy and vitality, especially in cases of fatigue.


Supports the immune system.


Supports fitness and recovery abilities.


Helps fight oxidative stress.


Take a dose of 8 ml per day with the dispenser provided, to be diluted in a glass of water.

Consumption recommended by Xelliss: 4 to 6 weeks minimum.

1 bottle of 250 ml = 30 doses of 8 ml

Net volume: 250 ml

When science meets nature.
When science meets nature.

Give your body a powerful boost of energy and well-being. PHYCOSCI X20 has powerful antioxidant effects, reduces fatigue and helps immunity.

Growth in photobioreactors
Growth in photobioreactors

The growth in photobioreactors, a closed and secure system, makes it possible to obtain pure spirulina of superior quality, free of any contamination and very rich in phycocyanin.

A natural extraction process.
A natural extraction process.

Through a dedicated technological approach, Xelliss has created its own extraction process called EPNA (Phyco Native Active Extraction) which makes it possible to obtain a high quality and highly concentrated phycocyanine from growth in photobioreactors.


PHYCOSCI X20 is a unique phycocyanin concentrate that prepares your body to face the day, providing you with energy and increasing your endurance.

Sport Protect Label
Sport Protect Label

In its desire to offer high quality products, Xelliss has chosen to have its flagship product PhycoSci X14 labelled "Sport-Protect". This is to ensure that athletes have job security in their practices at all levels.



Why consume PHYCOSCI X20? img

• For those who want to boost their general condition and who are looking for vitality, tone, and well-being on a daily basis.

• To help you fight fatigue.

• For athletes: to support their physical condition and their recovery capacities.

• To help the immune system.

• To fight against oxidative stress.

• To purify your body.

What is “phycocyanin”? img

“Spirulina is a freshwater photosynthetic organism. Naturally in contact with many oxidising elements during its growth, this microalgae produces a wide variety of antioxidant compounds to protect itself from these very aggressive growth conditions. For example, phycocyanin is a cyan-blue coloured protein specific to spirulina, which plays a role in photosynthesis and an antioxidant role in the cell structure of the microalgae.”

How can phycocyanin stimulate the immune system? img

Chinese researchers have shown that phycocyanin, a respiratory protein pigment unique to spirulina, is involved in the bone marrow, the site of erythropoiesis, by stimulating the evolution and differentiation of stem cells of the red and white blood lines.

How can phycocyanin help us recover after intense effort? img

Phycocyanin accelerates the elimination of lactates, in particular with the stimulation of lactate dehydrogenase. This enzyme makes it possible to absorb lactates in the liver and transform them into energy that can be used by the cells, ATP.

The rapid elimination of Lactates consequently leads to an increase in VO2 max (VO2 max is “the body's ability to transport and use oxygen during maximum effort”).

Lactates: what is that? img

Lactates, or lactic acid, are the "waste products" produced by muscle contraction during the production of energy during exercise, which require the activation of many specific metabolic pathways for their elimination. It is these lactates that accumulate in the muscles and cause stiffness, fatigue and muscle cramps. These painful manifestations that generally accompany the resumption of sporting activity, an effort that is too long in relation to one's level of training or an exercise that is too intense. Recovery then depends on the ability to recycle this waste.

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