Marine Collagen Peptide 90-95% (Can be used in cosmetic as well as supplement)
- Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, found in the bones, muscles, skin, and tendons.It is the substance that holds the body together. Collagen forms a scaffold to provide strength and structure.
- The need for collagen is vital as it is a well-known fact that we lose collagen with each passing year, so to make up for this, we must consume the correct food and maintain great nutrition to rebuild upon the lack of collagen our bodies start producing.
Marine collagen is a Type 1 collagen, which is derived from fish collagen peptides as this sort of collagen has the highest, most bioavailable source of collagen available on the market. Here are some marine collagen benefits that you should know about:
Inundated with wrinkles and fine lines? A consumption of Type 1 collagen can make the skin look smoother and firmer, which in turn, will boost skin elasticity. Keeping up with marine collagen consumption will allow your skin cells to renew and repair as normal.
Supplementing with marine collagen can help with healthier looking hair. This is due to the fact that marine collagen allows the dermis (where the skin follicles grow from) to repair, which keeps the hair stronger and locked in place as hair begins to thin and weaken over time.
Studies have found that marine collagen has helped patients with osteoarthritis, thus taking Type 1 collagen can promote better joint function as collagen would aid pain in cartilage.
Recommended Dosage - The recommended daily intake is one scoop, which is 25 gm. It is best to mix the collagen in yogurt, milk, cocoa or other drink and leave it for 5 minutes till it dissolves. Collagen supplementation is generally safe with no side events.
Recommended usage in cosmetics - The recommended concentration of marine collagen in cosmetics can range from 1% to 10%, depending on the formulation and the desired effect. Generally, collagen is most effective in a slightly acidic to neutral pH range, which is typically in the range of 4.0 to 7.0.