The fibrous protein COLLAGEN is considered to be the most important supporting and structure protein in the human body. It has a share of more than 30 % of the total mass of all proteins in the body and constitutes up to 60 % of the connective tissue. Currently, there are about 28 different types of collagen known, which, among others, are responsible for stabilising bones, teeth, tendons, ligaments as well as the skin.
Unfortunately, the sophisticated renewal mechanism of COLLAGEN slows down over the years: The production of COLLAGEN starts to gradually decrease in the mid-20s, and, depending on the genetic disposition and lifestyle, the amount of collagen in the body may reduce by approx. 1% annually. This leads to a loss of contour in the jaw and cheek area as well as an increase in wrinkle formation. This process can be countered with care products rich in active agents. However,
the preparation of these is essential for the effectiveness of the COLLAGEN since the mass of agglomerating collagen molecules is usually too large to penetrate through the protective layer of the skin and to act in deeper layers of the skin. M2 BE- AUTÉ is using two patented production processes to achieve a maximum in terms of effect: Nano-sized collagen is being used (SKIN DELIVERY SYSTEM) as well as native collagen (ADVANCED CRYOSAFE METHOD).
BENEFITS FOR THE SKIN
COLLAGEN is definitely one of the most popular active agents in skin care products. Its significance becomes all the clearer if you consider the effect in detail: In the central layer of the skin, collagen and elastin
fibres combine with one another to form a protein framework that is responsible for the firmness or elasticity and resilience of the skin. As a result of its excellent swelling ability, COLLAGEN can also store water very well, which plumps up and smooths the skin from inside. The peptides contained in collagen fibres simultaneously promote the skin‘s own repair mechanism as well as the skin regeneration. They stimulate the fibroblast cells and encourage the formation of the connective tissue, regulate cell growth and have demonstrable influence on the collagen synthesis.