COLLAGEN PLUS COMPLEX
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. Our body forms fibres from collagen, which form a collagen scaffold and thereby stabilise bones, teeth and above all the connective tissue of our skin. Unfortunately, the formation of collagen in the body decreases with age. Our Collagen Plus Complex contains among other things vitamin C, which contributes to normal collagen formation for normal skin function.
For our Collagen Plus Complex we have considered, tested, rejected and redeveloped it for a long time. Because we wanted a product that has the effects of the usual collagen products, but unlike these is not derived from animal substances. Terms such as marine collagen or collagen hydrolysed salad are nothing more than collagen from cock combs, beef cartilage or fish fins. And something like that doesn't get into our cans!
The result is our Collagen Plus Complex: a unique combination of 7 different plant extracts and the two amino acids L-proline and L-lysine.
- Acerola & Pomegranate: Acerola, also called acerola cherry, and pomegranate are known for their high vitamin C content. Among other things, this vitamin contributes to the normal formation of collagen for the normal functioning of our skin. Since our body cannot produce vitamin C itself, we have to ingest it orally. The recommended daily dose of our product already covers more than 75% of the average vitamin C requirement. In addition, pomegranate seeds are rich in ellagic acid and various B vitamins, which have been scientifically proven to protect our cells from oxidative stress.
- Rosehip & tomato: Rosehip and tomato are also among the vitamin C-rich fruits. They are also characterised by their high flavonoid or carotenoid content (lycopene).
- Gojii berries: The red goji berries contain a high proportion of so-called bioactive polysaccharides, complex multiple sugars that are bound to proteins. In plants they act as important defence substances.
- Ginseng & Ginkgo: In traditional Chinese medicine, ginseng and ginkgo have long been known as medicinal plants. Both plants are rich in secondary plant substances and essential oils.
- Amino acids: L-lysine and L-proline are amino acids that are needed as basic building blocks of proteins, especially in the formation of collagen.