A DIET RICH IN COLLAGEN PEPTIDES HAS SHOWN SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT IN THE APPEARANCE OF THE SKIN PARTICULARLY WITH:
- Improvement in skin conditions, contributing to positive effects on appearance, elasticity and hydration .
- It acts as an anti-aging agent aiding in the reduction of wrinkles and facial expression lines .
- It stimulates the proliferation of fibroblasts, contributing to the synthesis of new collagen fibres .
Collagen benefits on skin, hair and nail health. As a bioactive ingredient, collagen improves skin properties to achieve optimal skin conditions. Nutraviva's NesProteins Collagen Hydrolysate helps to slow down the ageing process by nourishing the skin, hair and nails building blocks. In particular, marine collagen protein contains significantly higher amounts of the amino acids, glycine, proline and hydroxyproline when compared to many other protein powders. These amino acids are necessary for promoting healthy tissue growth by the cells themselves. Hydrolysed collagen is highly digestible and is characterised by an improved bioavailability for optimal beauty results. There have been many comprehensive clinical studies highlighting numerous positive effects of ingesting collagen.
Our NesProteins MARINE COLLAGEN brings together the benefits of “beauty from within” , with our philosophy of 'nutrition for life', while our specially designed formula, SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL takes it one step further and incorporates a range of tried and tested ingredients that work in unisen to promote collagen production and combat both the visible and internal signs of ageing.
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