What is C60

Carbon 60 (C-60) is a Carbon structure known as Fullerene – after Bucky Fuller; based on the Buckminster Fuller Geodesic Dome design (nicknamed Buckyballs). C-60 is a molecule is shaped similar to a soccer ball; it is a molecule in the shape of a spherical ball, made of 60 carbon atoms (C60) with both hexagon and pentagon formations. C-60 is found in nature all over the planet as well as in space, as the result of the residuals of a lightning strike typically in soot or other carbon-based ash in very small amounts as well as man made within laboratories; but this is a labor intensive & expensive process.

Research shows it is 100 times more effective in removing free radicals than Vitamin E and 172 times more effective than Vitamin C. The C-60 atoms are chemically inert and the spherical ball shape forms a perfectly symmetrical structure, thus allowing unstable molecules, such as free radicals, to adhere to the C-60 molecules.