Marine Collagen has played a fundamental part in cosmetic and beauty products in recent years, and for a good reason. Many positive claims are surrounding the benefits that marine collagen can have on skin health, but are these actually true?

However, marine collagen isn’t the only secret to feeling radiantly beautiful. Scientific studies suggest that key botanicals and nutrient absorption are just as crucial to a successful skincare routine.

Marine Collagen

The most abundant protein in skin is type I collagen, and as our natural collagen begins to decline as early as our mid-20s, leading to weakened skin and other visible signs of ageing. Marine collagen has been proven to reduce wrinkles and improve skin hydration and firmness.

But why does marine collagen work? Studies by collagen formulators show that the type I collagen found in marine collagen has a very similar collagen structure to human collagen, making it the best match to nourish your skin.

Nutrient Absorption

Although marine collagen often stands out from the crowd when it comes to skin health, you can’t ignore the other key nutrients that have been essential in maintaining your youthful glow. Nutrients like vitamin C, which supports your natural collagen production and provides antioxidants to protect your skin from damaging free radicals.





The benefits of these nutrients can also be enhanced with better nutrient absorption. Double-Nutri technology is specifically designed to assist nutrient absorption. Studies have shown that when these essential nutrients are compounded, they become three times smaller than your typical red blood cell, making the nutrients twice as effective and longer lasting.




The combination of naturally sourced marine collagen and key nutrients such as vitamin C have shown promising results. As seen below, studies have discovered that consuming marine collagen can increase collagen density by almost 30%, resulting in firmer, better hydrated skin. Wrinkles and texture also reduced, by 14.4% and 16% respectively over four weeks. While there’s still more to learn about the power of marine collagen and nutrient absorption, early indicators show that this method is a giant step in the right direction in skin nourishment.


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