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Your skin and hair say a lot about who you are, about your lifestyle, living environment, nutrition and even skincare regime you practice. The outermost layer of the skin protects us from ultraviolet (UV) radiation, harmful chemicals, and infections. Dermis is the much thicker second layer of skin. This is where you will find collagen. Collagen fibers in the dermis provide the infrastructure for elastin, which maintains the skin’s elasticity, and for hyaluronic acid to trap moisture. Aging takes place here before being visible on the surface. Hair consists of 65-95% protein. With age, hair fibers can be weakened making them more breakable and appear less shiny.
A randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical study (1) with a 5g daily supplementation of Peptan or placebo over 90 days showed a reduction in wrinkles:
13% around the eyes
10% around the mouth
In the same study (1), Peptan effectively increased the break force of hair making it healthier and stronger:
13% increase of hair strength
In a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial (2) with 10g Peptan supplementation or placebo per day for a period of three months, Peptan has been shown to:
decrease the fragmentation of the collagen network by 31% after twelve weeks of intake
Peptan has been demonstrated to not only increase skin's collagen density but also its moisture level. In the same study (2), Peptan has been shown to:
Increase skin hydration by 28% after 8 weeks
91% of the Peptan-supplemented group reported higher skin hydration levels during the same period
As people enjoy active lifestyles and wish to maintain mobility into their senior years, they are becoming more aware of joint and bone health starting from an early age. And it is not only those with advancing age who feel it. Even the ‘weekend warriors’ among us (who exercise once or twice a week) can often feel the strain on our joints – let alone the professional athletes! Collagen is the key structural component of cartilage tissue and maintaining its integrity is essential to maintain healthy and flexible joints.
Bones are a dynamic tissue that constantly go through a well-balanced breakdown and renewal process. This ensures them to stay healthy and to avoid fractures throughout our lives. 90% of our organic bone mass is collagen. Collagen provides the organic framework in bones on which minerals are deposited and also contribute to bone flexibility and strength. With age or certain lifestyle choices, bones can deteriorate.
A pure protein, collagen peptides help to maintain bone health.
Extracted from natural sources, Peptan IIm is a unique hydrolyzed cartilage matrix that contains bioactive Type II collagen peptides and glycosaminoglycans - chondroitin sulfate and hyaluronic acid. The components it contains are effective to protect healthy cartilage from degeneration (1).
In an in vivo study (1), Peptan IIm has been demonstrated effective in supporting joint health at a low daily dosage. In models of post-traumatic osteoarthritis in both normal-weight or obese animals, Peptan IIm:
Protects the cartilage from degeneration and promotes lubrication
Shows anti-inflammatory action in the knee joint (local inflammation)
In a clinical trial (2), 94 women aged 40-70 with knee joint problems received 8g of Peptan or placebo daily for a period of 6 months.
Peptan supplementation resulted in a statistically significant reduction in the WOMAC score by 22% linked to a 32% decrease in joint pain and 44% improvement of stiffness.
In a recently published study (3) Peptan has been shown to stimulate the activity of bone-forming cells and at the same time to inhibit the function of bone-resorbing cells. This result is in line with previous studies performed with Peptan (4)(5).