Why hydrolyzed marine collagen?
Updated: Aug 22, 2019
First of all, what is collagen?
Collagen peptides can come from different sources, including bovine and other animals.
What is Marine Collagen?
Marine Collagen Peptides are derived entirely from fish collagen, either fish skin or scales.
As we age, our body’s ability to produce new collagen declines, and existing collagen begins to break down. Marine Collagen which is a type 1 collagen, is made of collagen peptides derived from fish skin or scale and has the most efficient absorption of all collagen types. Fish scale collagen has been shown to have superior "bioavailability", as compared with other animal source.
Marine Collagen is also environmentally friendly and sustainable as it uses parts of the fish that are normally thrown away. An estimated 60% of by-products of fish processing become waste.
Marine collagen is rich in the amino acids glycine and proline. In fact, fish (marine) collagen is up to 1.5 times more absorbent than bovine, porcine or chicken collagen, because of its optimum (low) molecular weight. It is obvious that is able to help reducing the appearance of skin aging (sagging skin) and scars. Also, marine collagen peptides may offer antioxidant value and antibacterial benefits.
6 benefits of using Kiseki Japan Marine Collagen Facial Cleanser Soap
Supports skin’s hydration, firmness, and elasticity.
Minimizes the look of lines and wrinkles and may prevent formation of new wrinkles.
Could help to heal faster by replenishing the collagen required to create new tissue.
The ultra-low-weight molecules removes dirt and excessive oil in pores. Keeps pores unclogged and clean.
The ultra-low-weight molecules penetrates the skin multi-layer pathways and prepares your skin for hydration.