Netramax® Softgel


  • Synergistic formula for visual & cognitive function
  • Clinically-proven patented ingredients
  • Plant-based supplement


Vegetable softgels (blister)

Product Information

Active Ingredients

Lutein 10mg
Zeaxanthin 2mg
Astaxanthin 4mg
Total Tocotrienols 29mg
Vitamin E (Tocopherol) 15IU
DHA (Algal Oil)60mg


Health Benefits

May help in the following conditions:
Protects the eye against blue light
Strengthen the eye tissue
Reduce eye fatigue, dryness, glare & light sensitivity
Lower the risk of Age-related Macular Disease (AMD)
Supports brain & cognitive function

Suitable for

Those with symptoms of eye strain, tired eyes, glare, or dry eyes.
Those who are exposed to digital devices for long hours.


Adult: Take 1-2 softgels once daily with meal or as recommended by doctor/pharmacist.

Langkah berjaga-jaga

Insufficient reliable data on pregnant & breastfeeding women
Not suitable for children under 12 years old

Carotenoid Blend for Eyes & Brain Health

Lutein, zeaxanthin, and astaxanthin are part of the carotenoid family known as xanthophyll carotenoids. Lutein and zeaxanthin are exclusively found in the macular part of the eye retina which protects the photoreceptor cells by filtering out the high-energy blue light. Both antioxidants also influence visual processing, support brain function, and enhance memory and learning. Meanwhile, astaxanthin, nature’s most powerful antioxidant helps to combat inflammation and oxidative stress and increases the eyes’ capillary blood flow.

Vitamin E & Tocotrienols

The highest concentrations of vitamin E are found inside the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE), photoreceptor cells, and brain. Tocotrienols protect the eyes against retinal neurodegeneration. Moreover, the combination of vitamin E & tocotrienols with lutein and zeaxanthin induces synergistic scavenging activity against oxidative stress and inflammation.

DHA – A Major Component in Retina

DHA is a structural component in the membranes of the brain and eye. DHA extracted from Algae oil helps to protect and reduce the effect of oxidative damage. DHA also increases energy production for the optic nerve and prevents retinal cell death.

Zinc – The Key to Complete Protection

Zinc helps to transport Vitamin A from the liver to our retina for melanin production. It plays a vital role in cell signaling and influences nerve-impulse transmission. When zinc is lost from the cell membrane, it increases the cell’s susceptibility to oxidative damage, which impairs cell function.