Biotin helps keep your skin, hair, eyes, liver, and nervous system healthy. It is also crucial during pregnancy.
He plays a important role in converting carbohydrates fats and proteins into energy
It helps your cells function well.,
Helps regulate metabolism levels, protects the heart, promotes brain function, boost immunity, supports healthy blood sugar levels, important for muscle and tissue repair
Plays a key role in gene regulation in cell signaling
Collagen is a key component in bones, skin, muscles, and other body parts. It is the most abundant protein in your body. It’s the main component for connective tissue.
Type 1 collagen is the most common type found in connective tissue
Type 3 is the main component for reticular fibers which are found in your skin and blood vessels.
Helps support healthy joints, healthy gut, and skin.
Helps fibroblast to form in your dermis (middle skin layer), which helps new cell growth
Plays a role in replacing dead skin cells.
Provides a protective covering for organs.
Give structure, strength, and elasticity to your skin
Type 1 makes up 90% of your body‘s collagen. It is densely packed and used to provide structure to your skin, bones, tendons and ligaments. Type three is found in your muscles, arteries and organs.
Signs that your collagen is decreasing:
Skin that’s wrinkled, creepy or sagging.
Hollowing in around the eyes and face
Shrinking, weakness of muscle and muscle aches
Stiffer, less flexibility tendons and ligaments
Joint pain due to worn out Cartilage
Loss of mobility due to joint damage or stiffness
Gastrointestinal problems due to the thinning of the lining of your digestive tract
In problems with blood flow
As a dietary supplement, take one (1) serving (8 pumps) per day. For best results, take 20-30 minutes before a meal or as directed by your healthcare provider. Store in a cool, dry place away from heat and light.
Pregnant or nursing mothers, people under the age of 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physical before using.