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The Benefits of Collagen
Collagen helps to reduce the depth of wrinkles. Furthermore, it has other positive effects on the entire body:
The skin and connective tissue are specially supported by collagen. More elasticity, moisture- and firmness can be retained.
In addition, muscles, bones and joints can be kept elastic and protected.
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What is Collagen?
80% of our skin consists of the structural protein collagen. This ensures its firmness and elasticity and is considered as a natural moisture reservoir. Collagen is formed by the body itself and makes the skin look fresh and healthy.
Collagen is responsible for:
- The elasticity and resilience of the skin and blood vessels
- The tensile strength of tendons and ligaments
- The strength of the connective tissue
- The flexibility of the bones
- The pressure resistance of the cartilage
The natural aging process of the skin
From the age of 20, the natural formation of Collagen can decrease and the first wrinkles and other skin irritations can appear. With increasing age and specially during menopause, Collagen degradation can accelerate significantly due to hormonal changes. In addition, harmful environmental influences as for example UV radiation, stress, alcohol and other lifestyle phenomena can have a negative effect on the skin. The complexion becomes slack and looks pale and tired.
To prevent this, we try to protect the skin from progressive aging by regularly moisturising it with expensive creams and serums. However, deeper skin layers, such as the dermis and subcutaneous tissue, can not be reached and adequately supplied sufficiently.