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What Is Marine Collagen?

Posted by David Furst on

What Is Marine Collagen?

Marine collagen contains antioxidant properties that have been used in skin-care products to prevent or even repair the damage caused by environmental factors, such as UV rays and sun damage, as well as damage associated with the ageing process.
Collagen protein is present in marine creatures, algae and fish. The collagen extracted from these marine organisms is called marine collagen protein. This marine collagen protein is full of Type III collagen which is the same collagen that is present in our skin.

Marine collagen derived from seaweed has consumers everywhere talking about its natural and anti-ageing powers. 

Research conducted by independent scientists has produced information that seaweeds are very rich in A1, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, E, and K vitamins, folic acid, niacin and pantothenic acid and a huge source of minerals that the skin needs. Seaweed is well known for its detoxifying properties and purifies the skin on contact.

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