Collagen is the primary support structure of the skin. It gives the skin strength and suppleness as well as an inherent ability to retain moisture, and makes up about 90% of dermal volume.
With ageing, and as a result of exposure to the sun, collagen fibre components begin to weaken, become less pliable and tougher. The result is the development of dry, wrinkled skin that has lost its inherent elasticity.
PURE-COL may help to arrest and reverse this condition.
In the first 45-90 minutes of sleep your body goes into alpha sleep mode. At this stage the body goes into a repair and rebuild or "rejuvenation" mode. As we grow older this process slows down. Our bodies no longer function as we were when younger to produce the collagen or amino acids required to keep our skin looking radiant or our bodies tight and strong.
This special collagen supplement is a natural source of absorbable collagen protein that can feed the body during sleep. It is formulated with pure collagen. This special formula allows the protein to be bio-available, ready to assist the body in the production of good tissue.
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|How to take Pure-Col 100% Pure Collagen
Take 3 capsules with water at least 2 hours after eating and just before going to sleep.
Drink 6-8 glasses of water daily to allow optimum absorption of collagen by the body.
Taking Vitamin C will enhance the absorption.
It is recommended to take a 3 to 6 month course.
Anyone with a medical condition is advised to consult their Physician or Therapist before taking collagen as a food supplement.
Ingredients - Each natural capsules contains 400 mg of 100% pure hydrolised pharmaceutical grade Type II Collagen.
Has Pure-Col collagen been tested or approved by any Health Bodies?
Pure-Col conforms to FDA (USA) and EU 2000 regulations and fulfills the conditions of the 1990 Food Safety Act and Denmark's Food and Fisheries for Danish Approval.
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Collagen is a major structural protein which provides protection and support to soft tissues and connects them with the skeleton. Collagen accounts for approximately 25% of all the protein in the body.
Beneath the outer layer of the skin lies the dermis, a network of connective tissue made up of several components Ė fat cells, fibroblasts and collagen. These fibres and elastin provide the skinís resilience and give it support in the form of a glue-like matrix that holds the cells together. When these are all in equilibrium the skin appears smooth, firm and supple.
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