Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, and it helps build and repair bones, tendons, ligaments, muscles, hair and skin, including skin on the scalp.
Collagen is a type of protein. It is one of the human body’s essential structural building blocks that plays an important role in skin, bones, and hair. Collagen is made within the body, but, over time, our bodies produce less and less of it. As our collagen stores deplete, we often begin to develop wrinkles, thinning hair, and other physical conditions like joint pain.
Collagen is primarily made up of three nonessential amino acids: Proline, Glycine, and Hydroxyproline and it is Proline, which is also the main component of keratin, the fibrous wool-like substance that makes up our hair and nails.
CollaGEN provides high-quality type I and II collagen peptides, hyaluronic acid and key cofactors such as Vitamin C and magnesium to support collagen production. The collagen peptides in this formula are enzymatically reduced to the smallest particle possible to enhance absorption and activity in the target tissue.1 These ingredients are backed by 25 human clinical studies.
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