Kosmic Dust offers state-of-the-art nutritional supplements specifically designed for…

Kosmic Dust offers state-of-the-art nutritional supplements specifically designed for…


The products use only premium ingredients and aim to help digital creators and other professionals

Concerned about the number of unsafe pills and supplements on the market that don’t really help digital nomads like him, entrepreneur Luis Vazalf decided to do something to improve the situation.

So he founded Kosmic Dust, a health and performance supplements company that aims to help professionals leading digitally nomadic lifestyles stay on top of their game without sacrificing their health and wellness.

“We are working hard to provide healthier and better products to improve the lives of content creators and other digital tribes,” stated Vazalf. “We are much more than a nutritional supplement company. We are an inclusive ecosystem of like-minded people with a common goal: to become our best selves online and offline.”

Kosmic Dust currently offers three nutritional supplements on its website: the energy booster Extrasis, Flozone nootropics for mental clarity and focus, and DreamBig, a sleep aid that helps improve memory during sleep while balancing mood swings that accompany sleep deprivation. The company counts among its customers gamers, content creators, streamers, YouTubers, bloggers, athletes and fitness people.

Largely due to the pandemic, more and more people are working remotely, doing jobs or running businesses with the use of technology and the internet. Oftentimes, these professionals work in coffee shops, coworking spaces, public libraries, or even travel to different locations around the world—thus becoming “digital nomads.” While the lifestyle certainly seems appealing, the challenges posed by relocation, time zone differences and not having a steady job can be quite demanding.

“Working and traveling at the same time was my dream, but I didn’t realize how hard it is to deal with internet issues and time difference before I started working remotely,” said Ludivine C., who has traveled across the US with …


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