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Organic Silica for Laboratories

Organic Silica for Laboratories

At Silicium Laboratories, we develop high-value-added organic silica formulations for the dietary supplement and active cosmetic industry. As a leading Silicon supplier and manufacturer, we are highly specialized in the development and synthesis of highly absorbable Silica molecules.



The Living Silica formula® was developed in 1994 by Dr. Loïc le Ribault, who spent over 40 years in its research.


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Living Silica® is a unique and effective formula designed explicitly for the most health-conscious consumer, putting their well-being above all else.

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This silanol formula has a 64% absorption rate, which is often higher than other types of organic silica from competing brands.

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Silicium makes silica formulas and products available to your company for use as a bulk ingredient or in a finished product under your private label.

Our Bulk Ingredients


At Silicium Laboratories, we are a global supplier and offer bulk silica ingredients for your line of powders, capsules, liquid supplements, juices, waters, and cosmetics such as creams and gels.



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Ingredients available


  • Monomethylsilanetriol (MMST) in Liquid, Powder, and Gel.
  • Monomethylsilanetriol (MMST) and Orthosilicic Acid (OSA) in Liquid and Powder.
  • Microencapsulated Orthosilicic Acid in Powder.


Patented products


ORGONO® Living Silica™ Acacia Gum-MMST powder. Microencapsulated monomethylsilanetriol with acacia gum. Drums of 20 kilograms.

ORGONO® Living Silica™ Acacia Gum-OSA powder. Monomethylsilanetriol and Orthosilicic acid microencapsulated with acacia gum. Drums of 20 kilograms.

ORGONO® Living Silica™ Acacia Gum-MMST-OSA powder. Orthosilicic acid microencapsulated with acacia gum. Drums of 20 kilograms.

ORGONO® Living Silica™ Malto-OSA powder. Orthosilicic acid microencapsulated with maltodextrin. Drums of 20 kilograms.

ORGONO® Living Silica™ LIQUID CONCENTRATE. Concentrated liquid monomethylsilanetriol. Drums of 25 liters.

ORGONO® Living Silica™ Gel Bulk. Concentrated MMST gel. 25-liter drums.

ORGONO® Living Silica™ SOILS AND CROPS. Liquid silica for plants. Containers of 1,000 liters.


Comparative absorption


Silicium Laboratories analyses the content of silicic acid, monomethylsilanetriol, and elemental silicon, using UV-VIS spectrophotometry, nuclear magnetic resonance, and ICP-IES spectrometry techniques. In this way, we guarantee the highest quality and the molecules with the best silicon bioavailability against competitors, which translates into faster and effective results.

Comparison of different formulations


Monomethylsilanetriol (MMST). > 60 %.
Orthosilicic acid stabilized with maltodextrin from Silicium Labs (Malto-OSA). > 30%.
Choline-stabilized Ortho Silicic Acid, Ch-OSA by Biosil. 17%.
Colloidal silica by Hubner. 1%
Plant silica: <5%.
Nuts: 16%.

Source: Jugdaohsingh R, et al. The comparative absorption of silicon from different foods and food supplements.Br J Nutr. 2009 102(6): 825-834. 

Boque N, et al. Nutritional study of the comparative bioavailability of three silica-rich food sources. Technological Centre for Nutrition and Health.  

MMST. Liquid and Gel

Silicium is the producer and distributor of the drinkable food-grade silicon formula (MMST or Monomethylsilanetriol). It was developed by scientist Dr. Loic Le Ribault, who popularised silicon worldwide. He stabilized a form of silicon with a bioavailability many times greater than any silicon dioxide formula available.

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It is a microencapsulated orthosilicic acid with maltodextrin providing the cells with one of the most easily absorbed forms of silica on the market today. It comes in a powder form that can also be mixed with solids or liquid supplements. A study showed that LIVING SILICA POWDER® has a much higher bioavailability compared to other types of silica.

Why is it so important to choose the right source of silicon?

Developing a bioavailable silicon supplement requires years of experience and a significant investment in scientific research. The effectiveness of silica is proportional to its bioavailability (absorption). Silicon is by nature a complex and unstable element. Its molecule tends over time to form long chains, polymerize and crystallize, becoming impossible to assimilate. Humans cannot absorb long chains of polymerized or crystallized silica. We need to obtain oligomeric, short-chain, non-crystallized silica that our body can assimilate. The degree of polymerization of Si is inversely proportional to its absorption. The human body absorbs silica as silicic acid or also known as orthosilicic acid.

For more information, contact us at:

  • +1 (305) 779-0171 | (877) 454 2486
  • lab@orgonolivingsilica.com




The aim of this study is to prove the effect of Living Silica on the supramolecular restructuring of the extra-cellular matrix in the skin ageing process of hairless mice by evaluating the influence of Living Silica on the evaluation of the structural organization of the dermis. For this, the young untreated skin of 6-month-old mice (testing batch) is compared with that of two batches of 17-month-old mice, one of which is treated and the other is untreated. The treated mice received a daily external application of Living Silica Gel, 5 days a week for 5 months at the age of 12 months. The findings showed that the collagen and elastin fibres were restructured, the interfibrillar spaces were maintained and the thickness of the dermis was maintained. A structural organization of the dermis similar to those of 6 months old was observed.

Clinical STUDY:

A study carried out on 100 women who had Living Silica Gel applied three times a day for three weeks, showed a reduction in the depth of wrinkles. Regardless of the area treated, the perception of wrinkle reduction remained for six months in 40% of the volunteers and for one year in 35% of the volunteers.


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