INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
We recommend taking 1 vial a day pure or diluted in water. Shake well before use.
INTERACTIONS OR SIDE EFFECTS
At the prescribed doses, there are no known interactions or side effects related to the use of the product; avoid in case of ascertained hypersensitivity to one or more ingredients of the product.
HEALTHY PROPERTIES OF THE INGREDIENTS
HYDROLYZED MARINE COLLAGEN
Hydrolyzed marine collagen is a fibrous protein, extracted from the skin and scales of sea fish, which helps promote the well-being of the skin and counteract aging. Hydrolysis processes allow the reduction of native Collagen into protein fragments of lower molecular weight (which then becomes hydrolyzed), with the aim of promoting digestion and absorption. Collagen is a substance naturally present in our body (about 30%) at the level of tissues and numerous organs. It is the most abundant protein in higher vertebrates and, together with elastin, has the function of ensuring the elasticity and strength of bones, skin, tendons and joints. Marine collagen peptides are capable of providing 8 essential amino acids, including glycine and proline, which perform important biological functions and, in particular, significantly contribute to improving skin and structural regeneration of tendons and joints. Collagen is the main fibrous protein of the skin, used to maintain its structural quality. As skin cells age and become less active, the collagen network, which gives structure, breaks down: this causes the skin to thin and consequently dehydrate. Collagen promotes rehydration, helping to maintain skin tone and elasticity.
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) is certainly the most studied and known vitamin: it is present in some foods, together with bioflavonoids, especially in green leafy vegetables and citrus fruits. It increases the resistance of the organism, strengthens the function of phagocytes, increases the production of antibodies, stimulates the synthesis of interferon, the biosynthesis of carnitine, destroys oxygenated free radicals, participates in the processes of cellular respiration, intervenes in the development of fibroblasts, in the synthesis of collagen, in the formation of adrenal hormones, promotes the absorption of iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium, and counteracts the toxic effects of various substances, such as nitrogen compounds and bacterial toxins. Vitamin C is, consequently, of vital importance for strengthening the body’s defenses.
Hyaluronic acid is one of the fundamental components of the amorphous matrix of human connective tissues. It gives the leather its particular properties of resistance and shape retention. A lack of it causes a weakening of the skin, promoting the formation of wrinkles and imperfections. Its concentration in the tissues of the body tends to decrease with advancing age.
Tocopherol, Vitamin E, is an essential and vital vitamin nutrient for humans, a powerful fat-soluble antioxidant, present in many plants, for example in fruit, hemp oil, olive oil and especially in oil of wheat germ. Vitamin E is absorbed in the presence of bile salts and fats and assimilated in the heart, muscle, testicles, uterus, blood, adrenal and pituitary glands: it is a very important antioxidant in the production of energy and for breathing. cell phone. It delays the aging process: it acts as a stabilizer of cell membranes, defending them from oxidation processes. Confidential information for medical professionals – Do not disclose to the public
TECHNICAL PRODUCT SHEET
PROANTHOCYANIDINS FROM SILVESTRE PINE
Proanthocyanidins are a mixture of antioxidants, present in a high percentage in the bark of Scots Pine. The most representative components are catechin, taxifolin and phenolic acid (caffeic and ferulic), which in the mixture act synergistically, mutually enhancing their antioxidant activity. These substances have shown numerous properties: anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anticoagulant and antioxidant, which determine a valid application in numerous therapeutic areas. At the level of the circulatory and cardiovascular system, these components represent a natural support for blood vessels and capillaries, thanks to the antiplatelet and capillarotropic action, which preserves the collagen from the damaging effect of the elastase enzyme. In this way, the Proanthocyanidins from Scots Pine are useful for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases (atherosclerosis, ischemic heart disease, …) and peripheral circulation disorders (venous insufficiency, capillary fragility, edema, …). Another important area of action is represented by the skin: this mixture is able to bind and protect collagen, the protein that keeps the skin smooth and compact, protecting it from the damaging effect of enzymes and free radicals. By stimulating blood microcirculation, Proanthocyanidins are able to improve the supply of water and oxygen to skin cells, facilitating cell turnover. This mixture therefore acts against skin aging, caused by age and exposure to sunlight, and is useful for reducing dark spots on the skin, resulting from excess pigmentation, thus favoring the maintenance of young skin. and fresh.
Zinc is an essential trace element for living organisms and their biological processes; it is present in all tissues of the human body, especially at the intracellular level and plays a fundamental role as a cofactor in many biological processes. Together with copper, it enhances the action of the superoxide dismutase (SOD) enzyme, which transforms free radicals into hydrogen peroxide. It intervenes in the formation of proteins, in some hormonal functions and in the nervous system, in the processes of growth and repair of tissue damage and in the immune defense. Its presence is essential for optimizing the metabolism of phosphorus, for the digestion of carbohydrates, for the synthesis of nucleic acid and for the absorption of vitamins.
Copper is a necessary element for the health of all forms of life: in the human body, it is essential for the correct functioning of organs and metabolic processes. Once taken, it is absorbed by the stomach and the first part of the intestine: from here it passes into the blood, binding to a protein, ceruloplasmin; it is then carried to the liver and from there distributed to the various organs. Copper is required for the formation and maintenance of myelin, the protective layer that covers neurons; Copper-based enzymes intervene in the synthesis of neurotransmitters which, being chemical messengers, allow communications through nerve cells. Copper, through the superoxide dismutase enzyme, fights cell oxidation, helping to neutralize free radicals that would otherwise cause damage to the cells themselves.
Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin of the B complex (also called vitamin B8 or vitamin H). It plays a role as a cofactor for many ATP-dependent enzymes known as biotin-dependent carboxylases. In this role it intervenes in the metabolism of macro-nutrients. Biotin is an essential vitamin for normal cell functions, growth and development. It has been shown that its deficiency can in fact cause alterations of the skin and its appendages, such as skin flaking and nail fragility. Biotin promotes the keratinization process and regulates the production of sebum in the scalp. An integration with this nutrient, even in the absence of a real physiological deficiency, favors an improvement in the thickness of the nails and the quality of the hair.