Collagen - The Magical Protein Promising Eternal Beauty
“Human beings are seventy percent water, and with some the rest is collagen.” - Martin Mull
Women can notice their first wrinkles and reduced skin elasticity in their early twenties. This is because the body reduces the production of the magical protein called collagen. Collagen is formed with amino acids that are found in the human body.
It forms around 35% percent of the total protein in humans and other mammals. It is also important to know that around ninety percent of the collagen in the human body consists of type I, type II, type III collagen, although over sixteen types of collagen are known.
Functions of Collagen
Collagen is that to the tissues of the human body, what steel rods are to reinforced concrete. If the steel rods are weak, the whole structure weakens. Collagen is a long, fibrous structural protein whose function is different from globular proteins such as enzymes.
Collagen fibres are bundles of collagen and are an important component of the extracellular matrix that supports most tissues and gives structure to the cells from outside. It has great tensile strength and is the main component of tendons, cartilage, ligaments, bones, and teeth.
Collagen, with soft keratin, is responsible for skin strength and elasticity. Degradation of collagen leads to wrinkles that accompany aging.
Collagen can also help to heal wounds by attracting new skin cells to the site of the wound. It promotes healing and also provides a platform for the growth of new tissues.
Lack of collagen can worsen the condition of skin, hair, eyesight, joints as well as the appearance of wrinkles on your face. While every woman dreams of having strong and healthy nails, lack of collagen can worsen the condition of nails as well by making them brittle.
What Damages Collagen?
Some factors deplete the amount of collagen in your body. These factors include -
High Sugar Consumption
A high sugar diet can increase the rate of glycation, a process in which advanced glycation end products (AGEs) are formed due to the blood sugars attaching themselves to proteins. These damages the nearby proteins and can make collagen dry, and brittle.
There are many chemicals in tobacco that damages both collagen and elastin in the skin. Nicotine also narrows your blood vessels in the outer layer of skin. This affects the health of your skin by reducing the delivery of nutrients and oxygen of the skin.
Collagen in your body can break down more easily due to the ultraviolet rays present in sunlight which damages collagen fibres and promotes abnormal elastin to build up. These rays can damage the collagen in the dermis due to which the skin builds incorrectly forming wrinkles.
Why Choose Dietary Supplements
Since your body reduces the production of collagen as you age, it becomes essential to consume collagen in some form to compensate for the loss. No doubt, stores are filled to the brim with creams and serums that affect the outermost layer of the skin.
However, the absorption of nutrients through the skin with creams and serums is a complex process compared to supplementing the body with the necessary elements from the inside.
For this reason, pharmacies have a large assortment of dietary supplements yet, their effects tend to raise some doubts. This is because the content of hydrolysed collagen in tablets and pills usually ranges from several to several hundred milligrams.
But the daily dose of TriCollagen Peptide contains as many as 10,000 mg of collagen and the entire package of 14 bottles has 140,000 mg of collagen. Due to this reason, we chose the liquid form of collagen.
The dietary supplements by FenoQ products are made with three main ingredient groups: type I, II and III collagen and hyaluronic acid, the biologically active ingredients ensuring the natural production of collagen and antioxidants, plant extracts and vitamins that have strong anti-oxidative effects and tend to slow down aging. Fenoq products do both: supplement collagen in the body and stimulates its natural production.
Why Choose FenoQ?
Our products are made with the perfect balance and the concentration of carefully selected ingredients ensures effective results. People often forget the many positive qualities of collagen when speaking of skin conditions.
Daily hair drying, straightening, and drying are only a few of the challenges that our hair faces every day. Pamper your hair and ensure they are glossy and healthy by taking TriCollagen Peptide dietary supplement that contain a high content of type I collagen and nutrients that stimulate the natural production of collagen.
Collagen is also referred to as the glue of our bodies. If you receive a sufficient amount of collagen every day, you can rest easy that you will not be bothered by balding, eyesight problems, joint pain or wrinkles that require expensive creams to conceal.
Going Eco-Friendly and Scandinavian Quality
The tri collagen peptide was developed in collaboration with Swedish partners and had no analog product in the market. Choosing partners from Sweden had various reasons. Firstly, the Swedish pharmaceutical industries are world-wide leaders and advancing rapidly.
We were also interested in utilizing an environment-friendly approach. Green businesses promote the production of products that can adapt to the needs of the body and assist in achieving the desired result via natural processes. Also, we follow the principles of environmental sustainability for the manufacturing of such products.
Business ethics was the final factor in making our decision. Instead of several years, Scandinavians spend hundreds of years developing and improving their products and are known to be the most reliable partners. Thus, get your FenoQ products soon and move towards a healthy way of living.