Collagen Science: Clinical Studies
Nearly a century of research has given us a good understanding of the important role collagen plays in skin renewal and repair.
More recently we’ve learned how beneficial collagen supplementation is to the appearance of your skin.
Now Ashieda is proud to add our own Clinical Study to this important research.
Beauty Nectar Clinical Study
- Location: Beverly Hills, CA USA
- Year: 2013
- Study: 10 women between 29 – 60 years were given a drink containing 3023mg of hydrologized collagen with a proprietary amount of anti oxidants every day for 12 weeks.
- Results: increases in skin hydration, firmness, smoothness, and suppleness, and decreases in the appearance of fine lines and pores. Subjects also reported that their skin looked more nourished, plump, and bright with improved skin tone.
Previous Clinical Studies
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
- Year: 2008
- Study: 33 women between 40 – 60 years were given a drink containing 10g of hydrologized collagen every day for two months.
- Results: After two months, 91% saw a significant increase in skin resilience and hydration. Dermiscan Study
- Location: Lyon, France
- Year: 2009
- Study: Women between 35 – 55 years were given a drink containing 10g of hydrologized collagen every day for 12 weeks.
- Results: After 12 weeks there was 41% less furrowing, less wrinkles, more resilience and more hydration.
Skin becomes firmer with better suppleness, hydration, resilience and strength when supplementing your diet with a drink containing hydrologized collagen.
Water content in the skin tissue (a fancy way to say hyrdation) is related to skin smoothness, suppleness and reducing furrows and wrinkles.
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