Naticol® Type I Marine Collagen
Collagen is a protein that occurs naturally in the human body, making up to 75% of the skin's structure and playing a key role in the cohesion and strength of body tissues. However, the natural synthesis of collagen decreases with age, leading to signs of skin aging such as wrinkles and less hydrated, supple and toned skin.
In the body, collagen ensures hydration, flexibility and healing of the skin. Its presence helps to reduce skin aging and the visible signs of aging.
This protein is a constituent of bones, cartilages, tendons and ligaments. It is thanks to collagen that the joints can function properly.
Naticol® Type III Marine Collagen
Less abundant in the body than type I collagen, type III collagen is just as important for tissue structure and strength. Type III collagen is mainly present in the walls of blood vessels, in the intestines and in internal organs.
In the body, it plays an important role in wound healing and in the repair of damaged tissue.
Naturally present in the body, hyaluronic acid is one of the key components of the epidermis. It is a star ingredient in cosmetics: by promoting water retention in the cells, this anti-aging active ingredient ensures smoother, more supple and more radiant skin while fighting wrinkles. Its cosmetic benefits are suitable for all skin types.
Like collagen, with age, the production of hyaluronic acid decreases (about 6% every ten years). It is estimated that at the age of 50, the body has already lost 50% of its initial reserves... it can therefore be very interesting to supplement!
Quali®-C Vitamin C
Vitamin C, also known as L-ascorbic acid, is a vitamin found in many fruits and vegetables. It is an essential vitamin for human health, as it plays an important role in many biological processes in the body.
It contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system and the nervous system, to reduce fatigue, to a normal energy metabolism and to increase the absorption of iron and calcium.
This powerful antioxidant also helps protect cells from oxidative stress and contributes to the normal formation of collagen to ensure the normal function of skin, bones, cartilage, gums, teeth and blood vessels.
People who do not consume enough fruits and vegetables may benefit from supplementing with vitamin C to maintain adequate levels of this vitamin in the body.
Natural Vitamin E
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin. Like vitamin C, it is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect the body's cells against oxidative stress.
Vitamin E is composed of 8 molecules: 4 tocopherols and 4 tocotrienols. It is the ⍺-tocopherol form that is best assimilated by our body. However, it is much more interesting to supplement with the 4 tocopherols in order to benefit from the advantages of their synergy on our cell membranes and free radicals.
→ For optimal antioxidant action, we have opted for a blend of 4 natural tocopherols (alpha, beta, gamma & delta) of very high quality: vitamin E Nutrabiol E®. Natural vitamin E has a higher biological activity than synthetic vitamin E. It is therefore better absorbed by human tissues and is retained longer in the body.
Zinc is an essential trace element for the human body, involved in many bodily functions. Although present in small quantities in the body, zinc is essential to maintain our health.
Zinc contributes to the maintenance of a healthy immune system and the reduction of fatigue. It is also involved in DNA and protein synthesis, cell growth and division, regulation of the immune response, and wound healing.
In addition, zinc is beneficial to the health of the skin, nails and hair. It is involved in the synthesis of collagen, an important structural protein for skin and connective tissue, and in the regulation of sebum production, which plays a role in hair health. It contributes to the maintenance of normal skin, as well as to the health of nails and hair.
→ Selected form: highly bioavailable and easily assimilated zinc bisglycinate.
Bioactive vitamin B6
Vitamin B6 (also known as pyridoxine) is an essential water-soluble vitamin for the human body, which cannot synthesize it on its own. As such, it is important to consume it either through the diet, notably by eating fruit and vegetables, or through supplementation.
Vitamin B6 is involved in many functions of the human body, including hormone synthesis (particularly neurotransmitters), support of psychological functions, energy production, red blood cell formation, homocysteine regulation and the immune system.
In addition, vitamin B6 contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system, the reduction of fatigue, and the normal metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates and lipids.
This vitamin is also beneficial for skin and hair health. In fact, it helps maintain healthy, clear skin and strengthen hair fibers.
→ Selected form: pyridoxal 5-phosphate (coenzyme P-5-P), the bioactive form of vitamin B6.
Biotin, also known as vitamin B8 or vitamin H, is a B vitamin that plays an important role in many physiological and metabolic processes.
Considered the "beauty vitamin", biotin helps maintain normal skin, hair and nails. It helps to improve the general condition of the skin and nails. Also, it is useful to help hair growth and shine, as well as beard.
Although biotin is found in certain foods such as cereals, nuts, soy, eggs and salmon, biotin supplementation may be considered to help achieve these health benefits.