Collagen: Collagen is
the glue that holds the body together. Collagen is the most abundant
structural protein in the body 60% of the body is made up of
connective tissue and collagen represents 80% of all connective
tissue. 75% of the dermis consists of collagen and it accounts for 90%
of dermal volume. From the age of approximately 25-35 years
onwards the body loses collagen at a rate of 1.5% per annum. Collagen
is not available from food. There are many face-lift programs and
treatments on the market. These mostly work on the surface of the skin
and their effects are temporary.
of collagen with age, in
the connective tissue slows down
the movement of pollutants in the body.
Topping up the body's
natural collagen could help
to repair the connective tissue. This has visible benefits such as the
reduction of cellulite in women and the reduction of lines and
gets thicker and more youthful, becomes more elastic and hydrated and
you begin looking younger within the first week. Fine lines and
wrinkles begin to disappear and deeper wrinkles recede within three
weeks, the face actually undergoes a visible change of youthful
Plumps up the
Nutriteck Marine Collagen
the body, all over the body and its
effects are cumulative. It could even
improve the results of face lift treatments.
Reduces Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Improves the Skin's Elasticity
Produces Firmer, more even-Toned Skin
Helps Achieve a Glowing Radiant Complexion
is so effective
because the formula is refined into a
simple protein that is almost totally bioavailable.
can recognize this form of collagen it is unlikely for anyone to react
to this natural product.
x 450mg capsules
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