Collagen is an important structural component that is often used in the fight against skin aging. It is a protein that can be found in the skin, but also in our joints, bones, tendons, and muscles. A young skin structure consists for about 80% of collagen. In the middle skin layer – the dermis – collagen fibers keep the skin firm and young.
There are many products that contain collagen. In skincare supplements this often comes in powder or pill form, but the CelioGenix Collagen Beauty Drink is a liquid drink to make it even more easy to use.
The human skin consists out of multiple layers
The top layer is called the epidermis. This is the one we can actually see and touch. Amongst other things, it protects us from outside influences.
Beneath the epidermis lies the dermis. Here we have blood vessels and sebaceous glands, but mainly collagen.
The hypodermis connects the skin to muscles and underlying body structures.
A young, full, and glowing skin will not have a shortage of collagen. The body is capable of producing the protein and turns this into a glowing appearance.
A mature skin can – through intrinsic (age) and extrinsic (outside influences) skin aging – have lost collagen and its elasticity with wrinkles as a result.
The collagen decrease is a continuous process and can even accelerate rapidly when women enter the menopause. This is why women in this phase (usually somwhere between 40 and 60 years old) can find that their skin suddenly ages and wrinkles at a fast pace.
Like women, men lose collagen during the aging process. However, for men this usually happens later and more gradually over the years. (2) Men’s wrinkles do tend to be deeper due to a thinner layer of fat beneath the dermis.
In the chart ‘Collagen Loss with Age’ you see an example of how you can lose up to 80% of the collagen in your skin during the years. If you wish to avoid getting of reduce having fine lines and wrinkles, losing this much collagen in your skin is not desirable.
Many beautylovers therefore choose to add supplements to their everyday healthy lifestyle to maintain the firmness of their skin.
CelioGenix is an all-in-1 beautysupplement with 10.000 mg collagen, 11 vitamins, 6 minerals, and 2 moisturizers.
When choosing the right supplement, you can also look at the collagen’s source & amount, and at the other ingredients in it.
CelioGenix uses hydrolyzed marine collagen peptides from healthy fish from the Atlantic, rich in Type 1 collagen.
The collagen we use is sustainably sourced. Eventually each 50ml bottle contains 10 grams of this hydrolyzed marine collagen.
Besides collagen, our drink also contains the daily recommended amount of many essential vitamins and minerals. For example vitamin C, which helps with the formation of collagen.
The most common collagen sources are bovine and fish collagen, but it is also found in pigs and chickens. Why we chose fish collagen?
Besides collagen, our beauty drink also contains many essential vitamins and minerals, making it a perfect all-in-1 mixture. For example: vitamin C contributes to the formation of collagen and a normal functioning immune system (4) and vitamin A supports the regenerative cappacity of the skin (5).
We advise to drink one 50ml shot CelioGenix every day / every other day. This way you nourish and make the skin more beautiful from within.
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(1) Anatomie en fysiologie van de mens. L.L. Kichmann. Vijftiende herziene druk, Elsevier gezondheidszorg, Maarssen 2003. Huidinfo.nl “De Huid”.
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