Marine Collagen Peptides

Marine Collagen Peptides contain the amino acids glycine and proline (important anti-aging amino acids). Collagen is comprised of approximately 33% glycine and 15% proline to keep the skin and connective tissues of the body firm and flexible. Specifically, glycine aides in tissue repair and proline increases the production of collagen and prevents its loss. Marine Collagen Peptides improve the texture of skin and spurs new cell formation, giving it huge benefits in skin moisturization and decreasing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It possesses antioxidant abilities and improves water-absorbing and water-holding capacity to effectively repress skin damage caused by UVA rays and help maintain skin smoothness and elasticity.

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Marine Collagen Peptides
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The Environmental Working Group (EWG) provides information on personal care product ingredients from the published scientific literature, to supplement incomplete data available from companies and the government. This score (1) indicates the lowest level of concern when exposed to Marine Collagen Peptides.