What is in this article?:
- How BioCell Collagen promotes healthy skin, hair, and nails
- Promote healthy hair and nails
Want younger looking skin? Who doesn't? Beauty-from-within's standout ingredient offers a range of benefits--from smoothing wrinkles to strengthening nails.
Have you ever thought about how many beauty products pass through your hands each morning? If you’re lucky, you may simply reach for a moisturizer enhanced with sunscreen before heading out the door. But if you’re like many, your daily regimen consists of everything from foundation and concealer to hair treatments and even nail strengtheners. What if you could enhance the effects of all these products (or even replace a few) with just one supplement?
Attain younger-looking skin
As the largest organ in the body, and certainly the most visible, it’s no wonder skin’s appearance is so closely linked with aging—we can literally see the years on our faces. When aging causes the connective tissue in the skin dermis to deteriorate, it becomes noticeable in changes like skin dryness and wrinkles. “Since both collagen and hyaluronic acid (HA) are essential for the integrity of dermal connective tissue, supporting these molecules is crucial,” explained Joosang Park, PhD, vice president of scientific affairs at BioCell Technology.
To that end, BioCell Collagen boasts a naturally occurring matrix of hydrolyzed collagen type II, HA and chondroitin sulfate, which means it protects and enhances skin health from many angles: it not only replenishes collagen but also supports HA retention, which leads to moisturized skin. “A bioavailability study in humans showed that daily ingestion of BioCell Collagen elevated HA levels as much as sixty times,” Park said.
A recent study recruited 26 women with both natural and sun-induced wrinkles, lines, and dryness, and supplemented them with 1 gram of BioCell Collagen for 12 weeks. At the end of the study, skin dryness and scaling was reduced by 76 percent and fine lines and wrinkles by 13 percent. In addition, the women showed an increase in dermal collagen content and blood microcirculation. “This outcome strongly suggests that BioCell Collagen exerts multiple actions for beauty from the inside,” said Park.