Collagen: Your Body’s “Beauty Protein”
You want smoother skin, thicker hair, and stronger nails. Who doesn’t? Fortunately, you now have advantages your mother and grandmother could not even imagine. Molecular biologists have pinpointed the key structural protein integrally involved in creating smooth skin, thick strong hair, and strong nails. It’s your body’s beauty protein, collagen.During youth, you have a rich abundance of collagen. In addition, the collagen forms itself in a resilient “tight mesh” matrix. This “ideal” collagen condition prevents wrinkles from forming, gives skin elasticity, helps create thick and strong hair. But over the years, collagen diminishes.
Age Related Collagen Loss
Starting at age 21, collagen diminishes by 1% per year. That’s when the vital collagen “mesh” begins to loosen. By age 30, the signs of reduced collagen on skin, hair and nails become visible. The affect on bones and joints can be measurable. Look at the published collagen statistics:
• Collagen decreases 1% per year, starting at age 21.
• A woman’s skin decreases in thickness (caused by loss of collagen) by 7% every ten years.
• Following Menopause…
• Skin thickness declines as much as 1.13% annually.
• In the first 5 years, women lose as much as 30% of their skin collagen.
• The decrease in skin collagen correlates with decreases in bone mineral density.
• Skin elasticity declines 0.55% per year.
Now You Can Regenerate Collagen
For years, scientists searched for a method that would give the human body the ability to regenerate its own collagen. But it took the discovery of BioSil’s patented ch-OSA®, the active ingredient in BioSil Hair Skin Nails, to make genuine collagen regeneration a reality.
Collagen: Generate It - Don’t Eat It
It’s important to note that BioSil is not made out of collagen, it generates collagen.
There’s a big difference. When you ingest collagen, the human body breaks it down and uses it as food. By contrast, BioSil’s patented ch-OSA® complex helps your body to generate its own collagen. As one collagen expert likes to say: “You want to make collagen, not eat it.”