SKIN & BEAUTY
SKIN & BEAUTY
1.-SKIN: Smooth, young-looking skin requires optimum levels of well-organized collagen fibers to ensure that skin retains its elasticity, firmness and moisture-binding capacity. Collagen makes up 75% of your skin. A scientific study demonstrates that the daily consumption of collagen is able to induce a clinically measurable improvement in the depth of facial wrinkles, skin elasticity and hydration.
2.-CELLULITIS: COLLAMIN enhances the collagen production of the body by improving the skin structure resistance. This leads to fat cells forming less bulges and visibly reducing the appearance of cellulite.
3.-STRETCH MARKS: are a form of scarring on the skin with an off-color hue. They typically appear as a long thin scar with coloring that can be reddish and/or purple due to different factors
(pregnancy, weight fluctuations, bodybuilding, etc). Collagen is a protein that functions to hold or bind skin cells together and which serves to keep skin supple, so it heals and returns the skin to its natural state: smoother and firmer.
4.-HEALTHY HAIR: Collagen is rich in amino acids that your body needs to build keratin. Since hair is primarily made up of keratin, in a few weeks, your hair volume will increase and it will be shinier, stronger and longer. Providing your body with collagen may help maintain a healthy dermis and prevent hair thinning.
5.-NAILS: Collagen is one of the major proteins found in nails and has an amino acid (arginine), which shines for nail growth. With age, it is essential to consume the adequate amount of collagen every day to help our body to maintain collagen reserves and prevents the nails from breaking, helping them look healthier and grow longer.