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Hyaluronic acid (HA) is described as “nature’s moisturizer” because its main function in the body is to bind with water. 50% of the body’s HA is found in the skin tissue, so it is a vital ingredient in keeping skin healthy!

Young skin is smooth and highly elastic because it contains a high concentration of both collagen and HA.  The HA acts as a space filler by binding to water and helps keep the collagen moist and elastic.  As we get older, the body isn’t able to maintain this same level of concentration, which results in the skin becoming drier and prone to wrinkles.

Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a key component of the skin’s extracellular matrix responsible for keeping the skin supple and hydrated. Studies show that BioCell Collagen® helps maintain healthy levels of HA not only by elevating HA levels in the bloodstream but by inhibiting HA degradation.

                         Skin & Beauty Support

PHC Collagen with Hyaluronic Acid  helps to counteract both natural and photo-aging of the skin. HA has been referred to as “the key molecule involved in skin moisture.” 

BioCell Collagen:

  • Clinically shown to reduce fine lines and wrinkles by counteracting both natural and photo-aging processes of the skin

  • Clinically shown to reduce skin dryness and scaling by increasing the hydration of the skin with HA

  • HA can help naturally reduce signs of aging by decreasing “epidermis water loss” associated with sun exposure, skin dryness or flakiness

  • ProvidesMaintenance of the integrity and healthy level of HA

  • Improves blood micro-circulation of skin 

  • Supports hair and nail health 

Caroline Dickens, Il.

Christina Lazarska, Il. 

Clinically Tested

During a 12-week study, women who took 1000 mg of BioCell Collagen® daily said their skin was up to 76% less dry (more hydrated), and their fine lines and wrinkles had reduced by up to 13.2% when compared to baseline levels. Additionally, both collagen levels and blood circulation were improved. The outcome of this study was published in Clinical Interventions in Aging.

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