HOW DOES COLLAGEN MAX HAIR™ WORK?
Collagen Max Hair™ has been scientifically formulated to provide a complete spectrum of nutrients including the highest quality marine Collagen, Hyaluronic Acid, L-Cysteine, Biotin, Vitamins B complex, Vitamin C and Zinc which contribute to the maintenance of normal hair. Collagen Max Hair™ contains clinically proven Peptan® collagen peptides derived from fish. It’s bio-active nutrients are delivered via the blood stream directly to the hair roots for maximum benefit.
Collagen Max Hair™ is an advanced formula of bio-active nutrients based on the latest scientific research. It has been formulated with specific nutrients including Collagen, L-Cysteine, Biotin, and Zinc which contribute to the maintenance of normal hair.
Collagen Max Hair™ delivers its benefits via the bloodstream directly to the roots.
HAIR GROWTH CYCLE
The changes occurring at different stages of our lives, as well as poor diet, hair styling and lifestyle, can all impact the health of our hair.
Having a healthy head of hair begins with the proper nutritional building blocks. The hair follicle itself is a highly active factory and its requirements for oxygen, energy and protein synthesis must be met to maintain healthy hair.
Collagen MAX HAIR™ active ingredients
In the latest study done by Cosderma in France, 106 women took part in a clinical trial to assess the effectiveness of Peptan® F collagen peptides
Collagen Max Hair™ works from the inside to reverse the aging process
Cosderma 2012, clinical data, 106 women (publication in press)
Skin restructuring occurred in just one month Confocal Laser & echography analysis of the deeper layers of dermis showed significant differences after taking Peptan ® collagen peptides Fragmentation decrease (restructuring of skin) Collagen density increase (boosting of skin)
Hautarzt. 1989 Aug;40 (8):490-5.
[Low dosage retinol and L-cystine combination improve alopecia of the diffuse type following long-term oral administration].
[Article in German] Hertel H1, Gollnick H, Matthies C, Baumann I, Orfanos CE
In a pilot study (I) the efficacy of a new combination therapy for hair loss of the diffuse type was tested in 36 patients, followed by a double blind study with 47 patients. The daily dosage was 18,000 IE retinol, 70 mg L-cystine and 7000 mg gelatin.
The clinical efficacy was evaluated by standard methods, such as the preparation of trichograms and measurement of the hair density before and after treatment. The pilot study demonstrated a significant improvement, with reduction of the telogen rate by 8.3%, an increase of the anagen rate by 11%, and an increase of the hair density by 6.9%.
In the double blind study (II) the trichogram showed a significant decrease of the telogen rate by 13.5% compared with pathological baseline values. There was no change in the placebo group. The lowered anagen rate of 47.2% was improved by 8%, whereas the mean value in the placebo group decreased from 47.7% to 39.9%. In addition, the percentage of dysplastic anagen hairs improved by 7.4%, as against further impairment with an increase of 26% in the placebo group. During oral therapy no systemic side-effects were detected.
We conclude that long-term oral therapy with high doses of L-cystine and gelatin in combination with vitamin A may have beneficial effects on diffuse hair loss. Ref: US National Library of Medicine http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2676911