Biocollagenix: Your beauty secret.
Stop the clock with marine collagen and hyaluronic acid.
Biocollagenix is a line of anti-ageing supplements designed to slow down the formation of wrinkles. Its innovative formula based on marine collagen, hyaluronic acid and resveratrol has a strong antioxidant and anti-ageing action.
Antioxidant food supplement in tablets
Anti-aging tablets that help avoid oxidative stress.
Formulation based on Hyaluronic Acid, Resveratrol, Hydrolyzed Collagen type I and III, green Tea, Vitamin C and Zinc.
Anti-aging cream that counteracts the signs of skin aging
Improves firmness and elasticity of the skin.
Formulation based on Marine Collagen, Hyaluronic Acid, Arginine, Shea Butter, Vitamin C and Damascus Rose.
Marine collagen-based anti-ageing supplement to drink.
Your beauty drink to counteract the signs of ageing.
Marine collagen, hyaluronic acid and resveratrol all in a single drinking supplement to combat wrinkles and skin ageing.
Marine collagen in tablet form
The best-selling anti-ageing product to combat skin ageing.
Type I and III marine collagen-based tablets act from the inside to tone and stimulate skin elasticity.
Collagen to combat skin ageing.
When the levels of collagen in the body decrease, the skin loses its elasticity and vigour, giving way to wrinkles. The production of collagen is influenced by nutrition, by external agents such as UV rays and naturally by the biological ageing of the body. The marine collagen-based supplements can help promote effective smoothing of the finest wrinkles, visibly improving the compactness and the beauty of the skin.
Nutricosmetics: The benefits of collagen-based supplements
The main function of nutricosmetics is to counteract the effects of physiological skin ageing and photo ageing. The latter is a consequence of intense and prolonged exposure to sunlight and to which pollution, smoke and chemicals also contribute. Nutricosmetics for the skin provide substances that counteract free radicals and have an antioxidant effect, and integrate skin components of which the production tends to decrease over time and are needed by the skin.