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LivePure, a brand under Imarketplace Group Pte Ltd, is the manufacturer for LivePure Hydrogen Generator.
Using Patented Technology , LivePure Hydrogen Generator focuses on producing a high concentration of Molecular Hydrogen to improve a person’s health conditions and well-being.
Helps to eliminate free radicals from our body which is critical to ensure our well-being.
The source of all diseases begins with the Inflammation of the cells and the free radicals doing the damage to the body.
BENEFITS OF MOLECULAR HYDROGEN
Improve your Health
Rejuvenate your skin
Improve your sports performance
HIGH CONCENTRATION OF MOLECULAR HYDROGEN CAN HELP FIGHT:
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
STROKE & HEART ATTACK
WORLD PATENTED TECHNOLOGY
- LivePure uses a worldwide patented technology to generate a high concentration of Molecular Hydrogen
- This patent has been registered at the Korea Intellectual Property Office since 2015.
- Awarded Japan Patent Licence in 2018.
- Awarded USA Patent Licence in 2016.
THE WORLD’S RECOGNIZED INVENTION
- 2015 Awarded Prize at International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva, Switzerland.
- 2015 Award wining at Seoul International Invention Fair
MANUFACTURER AND DISTRIBUTOR
- We have evolved from being a retailer to a product manufacturer and distributor. Since there is no middlemen involved, we are able to to be prudent and well-managed, thus passing down the savings directly to our customers. It is Direct Factory Outlet !
- 100% Made in South Korea.
- Our products are very simple to install and everyone can use them without any difficulty. Plug and Play.
LivePure Hydrogen Generator produces a high concentration of Molecular Hydrogen to eliminate free radicals from our body and to improve our health.
Free shipping or local store pick up available.
Comes with a one year warranty. (Service Centre @ Tai Seng Point, Singapore)
Contact your respective sales representative for more information .
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For more frequently asked questions, please click here.
The water molecule has 2 hydrogen atoms, chemically bound to the oxygen atom. This is different from the hydrogen gas molecule (H2), which is just hydrogen atoms bound to each other.
Here’s an example: We need oxygen (O2) to live, so why can’t we get our oxygen from drinking water (H2O)? It’s because the oxygen is chemically tied up in the water molecule. We need available oxygen gas (O2), that is not bound to other atoms or molecules. In the same way, in order for the dissolved hydrogen gas (H2) to benefit us, it must be in an unbound form, and therefore available for the therapeutic benefit.