Why a beauty drink?
Biocollagenina is an anti-ageing liquid supplement that works from the inside out to reach the deepest part of the epidermis.
Anti-wrinkle creams are not able to deliver their nutrients to the skin’s innermost layers. Thanks to its beauty drink formula, the nourishment contained in Biocollagenina is carried to the inner cells of the epidermis via the blood. Moreover, the liquid formula allows us to include higher levels of nutrients compared to tablets or capsules, it is more readily absorbed by our bodies and is easier to take.
What is Collagen?
Collagen is a natural component within the skin – in fact, it provides the skin’s structural support. It guarantees the strength, resistance, softness and firmness that are typical of young, healthy skin.
Collagen forms naturally over the course of our lives. However, over time, levels of Collagen production gradually fall, and it is this that causes wrinkles and sagging skin. Biocollagenina contains hydrolysed marine Collagen (type 1): this substance contains a wealth of amino acids (glycine, proline and hydroxyproline) that play an important role in collagen production but are not found in other sources of protein. It is rapidly absorbed as it is made up of peptides with a low molecular weight.
Our skin is not just our body’s protective barrier, but also a fundamental part of our image.
Beautiful, glowing skin is great for both ourselves, first and foremost, but it also benefits the people who look at us. Gazing in the mirror and seeing toned, radiant skin immediately gives us a boost and a feeling of well-being. The epidermis is constantly being renewed, yet with age, skin renewal slows down and the epidermis becomes thinner and more fragile, giving rise to wrinkles.
What is our skin made of?
Our skin is made up of 2 layers, the dermis (the deepest layer) – rich in Collagen type 1 fibres, which provide the skin with suppleness and resistance, and Hyaluronic Acid, which guarantees the right level of hydration – and the epidermis (the top layer). The epidermis is constantly renewing itself through a process of proliferation and differentiation that sees new cells, which are formed in the deepest layer, move up to the layers above until they themselves are shed.