Collagen in the human body is a commonly occurring structural protein. It occurs in the skin, bones, tendons, liver, kidneys, heart, lungs, cornea, membranes, capillaries, capillaries.
Collagen has “germ-like” properties. Full support functions, is a factor controlling the distribution of internal and external forces acting on our body. Collagen is subject to continuous body exchange.
The “used” collagen is replaced by the new one. After the age of 25 the exchange process is shaken. The human body begins to lose the ability to rebuild natural collagen.
Collagen replacement disorders are most noticeable on the skin. Over the years, it loses its firmness and smoothness, becomes thinner, dry, and wrinkles appear.
Lack of collagen is also felt “inside” the body. Collagen loss contributes to lower vital functions of the internal organs, bones become brittle, and muscles become flabby.
So it is worth to start using a preparation that provides the skin with the necessary compounds, improves the appearance of the skin, nourishes it and regenerates it.
At the beginning of this century, the best scientists from the Institute of Chemistry of the University of Gdańsk and the Marine Fisheries Institute in Gdynia, as the only ones in the world, have obtained biologically active collagen from sweet water fish in “the cold” way. This opened the path to restoring our skin to a protein deficient causes aging.
What effects does polish collagen have?
Smoothes the skin
It makes the skin more elastic
Improves skin tension
Moisturizes the skin
Prevents skin from drying
Regenerates the skin
Relieves the symptoms of co-existing skin disease
Improves skin appearance
Collagen Natural long-lasting moisturizes the skin and accelerates the regeneration of the epidermis. With age, we experience weakening elastin and collagen fibers, which are important components of the connective tissue stroma, responsible for proper skin tension. Free radicals and toxins damage collagen fibers and decrease in levels of substances (eg. copper, vitamin A, C, E) that stimulate the natural production of collagen. The effect of these processes is skin relaxation, wrinkles formation, drying and roughness, and loss of proper skin color.
For decades, natural collagen has been used both as a cosmetic ingredient and as a filler for soft tissue fillings. Collagen products have also long been used in medicine – for example:
Colway International products contain natural collagen, which forms the new collagen scaffold produced by fibroblasts. In this way the defects in the skin are corrected and the synthesis of new collagen and connective tissue is stimulated. Please note that Colway International products contain very high quality patented Polish collagen, not found anywhere else in the world.
The result is improved skin tension and smoothing fine wrinkles. Lactic acid – keratolithically active – accelerates the exfoliation of the epidermis, smoothes it and brightens the existing discoloration. Relaxing the comeocytes facilitates the penetration of other substances into the skin.
Systematic use of natural collagen:
Prevents dry skin
Elasticises and smoothes the epidermis
Reduces wrinkles and improves skin tension
The collagen product has the right consistency, good color, good spreadability, absorption and is efficient in use
The undisputed impact of fish collagen has already been documented:
Arthritis of the joints and a number of other ailments
By regenerating the protein collagen fibers, Collagen also supports the treatment of multiple sclerosis.
Collagen is also used in hormone replacement therapy in menopausal women.
It is also praised in the fight against:
Cellulite and stretch marks
Incredibly bites bites and stings
Stops the gray
It regenerates hair and nails
Rubbed into the eyelid improves the sight
It is used on:
Collagen slows the process of dying of sebaceous and sweat glands. Heals cracked heels, removes fingerprints and solves the problem of peeling around the nails. Every day we learn about new applications of preparation such as horse care before auction or storage and transport of organs for transplant. We stop being surprised, finally realizing that collagen is 30% of the protein in our body, but in the eye or skin as much as 70%.