Nano-bubbles are extremely small gas bubbles that can penetrate deep into biological cells to deliver bioactive compounds.
Nano-bubbles are the smallest bubble size known. They do not float to the surface like normal bubbles, but instead continually circulate through the water and can remain for many months.
One nanometer is 1 billionth of a meter, which is about 800 to 100,000th of the thickness of human hair. A nano-bubble is about 80-100 nanometers wide, or 0.1 micrometers. Red blood cells are 6-8 micrometers, white blood cells are 12-25 micrometers and the pore size of the skin is about 25 micrometers.
Their microscopic size is what makes nano-bubbles so effective at delivering TAM to your cells for maximum telomere care.