DOI: https://doi.org/10.30978/UJDVK2018-1-99

Користь перорального прийому колагену в дерматології

Christian Diehl

Анотація


Колаген є основним компонентом дерми. Він складає 75 % сухої ваги шкіри. З віком вміст колагену зменшується в шкірі через зменшення продукування його фібробластами і більш високою швидкістю обміну речовин. Це призводить до загальних ознак старіння шкіри, тобто до зниження еластичності шкіри, появи тонких ліній і зморщок. Таким чином, існує потреба в додатковому колагені в шкіру. Це неможливо зробити за допомогою (місцевого нанесення) кремів, оскільки розмір молекули (колагену) не дозволяє їй абсорбуватися через шкіру. Навпаки, пероральні гідролізати колагену легко засвоюються кишечником і досягають шкіри в достатній кількості, де вони залишаються протягом певного часу. Багато досліджень, розглянутих у цій статті, показують переваги перорального прийому гідроліту колагену не тільки для шкіри, а й для нігтів, росту волосся і навіть при целюліті.


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колаген; прийом всередину; поглинання; джерела; шкіра; старіння; волосся; нігті; целюліт

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