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Collagen is a major structural protein
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   The world “collagen” is derived from kola, the Greek word for glue. About one third of all of the protein in your body is collagen. Collagen is a major structural protein, forming molecular cables that strengthen the tendons and vast, resilient sheets that support the skin and internal organs. Bones and teeth are made by adding mineral crystals to collagen. Collagen provides structure to our bodies, protecting and supporting the softer tissues and connecting them with the skeleton. But, in spite of its critical function in the body, collagen is a relatively simple protein.
   Collagen is found throughout the body - in skin, muscles, tendons, and bones. Fibers of collagen are woven together like threads in fabric to form a framework into which new cells can grow. In the skin, collagen provides texture, resiliency, and shape. The collagen in human skin is very similar to the collagen found in certain animals thus the reason we use animal collagen.

Collagen History

   Collagen's function in the body is an important one. Many forms of animal collagen have been used as biomedical materials for decades.

  • Sutures, closures of surgical incisions
  • Hemostat, anti-bleeding agent during surgery
  • Dermal Implant, correction of scars, wrinkles, contour deformities
  • Synthetic Blood Vessels, vascular prosthesis
  • Wound Dressing, corneal shield
  • Catheter Cuff
  • Urinary Sphincter Implant, treatment of urinary incontinence

Why have Collagen in Skin Care Products?

   From the Age of 25 your body depletes collagen at 1.5 % every year (e.g. age 35 loss = 15%, age 45 loss = 30% etc.). When a person smiles, frowns, or squints, stress is placed on the collagen in the skin, wearing it down and resulting in the formation of facial lines and wrinkles. The collagen layer thins with aging as well as other factors such as exposure to environmental elements and heredity.
   Collagen is a primary support structure of our skin. Collagen is the principal constituent of the fiber-network layer of our skin. More than a third of the body's protein is collagen, and it can account for an even higher percentage in particular parts of the body. Collagen makes up 70% of our skin tissue.
    Skin is the body's largest organ. It comprises three layers: the epidermis, the dermis and the subcutaneous layer. The epidermis is the outermost layer of skin, composed of cells called epithelial cells. The dermis, the layer underneath the epidermis, contains blood vessels, lymphatic tissue, nerves, sweat glands, hair follicles and sebaceous glands - glands that produce and secrete oil to protect against bacteria. The third layer, the subcutaneous layer, is a supporting layer of fatty tissue.

   The skin may appear reddened and even inflamed if the dryness is sufficiently acute. It has been shown that the stratum corneum remains soft and pliable only as long as the moisture content exceeds 10%. Below this, the skin becomes hard and brittle and develops an opacity. It is this outermost layer of the skin that is typically moisturized by application of external lotions and creams. If this outer layer can be made to look plump, transparent and healthy, the overall skin texture will assume a more youthful appearance. In the lower layers of the skin, degenerative changes occur as we age whereby not only moisture is lacking, but also certain complex polypeptides breakdown such as elastin and collagen.
Collagen, the naturally occurring fibrous protein, is a primary support structure of the skin. It gives the skin strength and suppleness as well as an inherent ability to retain moisture, and makes up about 70% of dermal volume. With aging, and as a result of exposure to the sun, our collagen fiber components begin to weaken, become less pliant and more hardened. The result is the development of dry, wrinkled skin that has lost its inherent elasticity.

What is the best Collagen?

   Collagen can only be absorbed as a low molecule weight from 100% pure collagen. Due to the lower molecular weight, there are greater soluble capacity and enhanced bioavailability in the body. Cellbone uses Fish Collagen. See the Manufacturing Process for the the Fish Collagen.

How do Vitamin A, C, and E help with Collagen?

   Vitamin A, C, and E are a great promoter of youthfulness. Because these antioxidants aren't produced in the body, we must get it from milk, egg-yolk, carrots (vitamin A), citrus fruits, deeply pigmented vegetables (Vitamin C), corn, nuts (Vitamin E) and supplements to maintain healthy levels. They have shown promise in slowing the speed at which free radicals damage the skin. Vitamin C can benefit your skin by stimulating the growth of new collagen tissue (the protein fibers that make up connective tissues), which ultimately makes the skin appear smoother and firmer because it's better supported by strong collagen underneath.

   Vitamin C has been scientifically proven helping refine lines, improve wrinkles, condition and prevent premature aging. Vitamin C is essential for the building of collagen, the most abundant protein built in our bodies and the major component of connective tissue. This connective tissue has structural and supportive functions which are indispensable to heart tissues, to blood vessels, --in fact, to all tissues. Collagen is not only the most abundant protein our bodies, it also occurs in larger amounts than all other proteins put together. It cannot be built without vitamin C.
   No heart or blood vessel or other organ could possibly perform its functions without collagen.
No heart or blood vessel can be maintained in healthy condition without vitamin C.


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