NOURISH the skin with a rich supply of collagen.
LIFT the signs of aging by boosting collagen formation in the epidermis of the skin.
REVIVE the skin by showing its naturally healthy glow.
A chocolate flavoured beverage enriched with high grade quality marine collagen that nourishes your skin to make it firm and lift the signs of aging. With EDMARK’s CoCollagen, skin becomes revived to its naturally healthy and youthful glow. See results in just a few weeks!
ALL NATURAL MARINE SOURCE
Made of enzymatically hydrolysed fish collagen. Derived from marine sources such as salmon.
RICH IN AMINO ACIDS
Consists of water-soluble peptides which are rich sources of amino acids such as Glycine, L-Proline, and L-Hydroproline. Provides other essential amino acids such as Arginine, Lysine, Leucine, and Isoleucine.
Contains the macronutrient sucrose, a quick source of energy for the body. Perfect for those who are on-the-go and active growing kids.
REFRESHING AND EASILY DIGESTED
Contains malt which is a natural diuretic and easily broken down and absorbed by the body.
SMELLS GOOD, TASTES EVEN BETTER
CoCollagen’s chocolate flavour is not only aromatic and soothing, but also irresistibly
- MARINE COLLAGEN
- AMINO ACIDS
- COCOA AND CHOCOLATE
THE TRUTH ABOUT OUR SKIN AND COLLAGEN
Our skin is like a mirror. It reflects our state of health from the inside out. As it protects and covers our body, it is therefore essential to take care of it at all times. The protein Collagen makes up to 70% of our skin. It provides elasticity and shape, giving skin its firmness as well as the ability to retain moisture. When collagen is reduced it leads to skin dehydration and wrinkles.
Collagen reduction occurs from three factors:
- BIOLOGICAL FACTORS
- Natural ageing process
- Hormonal changes
- Poor metabolism
- Acne and chickenpox
- ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
- Overexposure to UV Rays
- Chlorinated water
- Free radicals
- PERSONAL LIFESTYLE
- Cigarette smoking
- Work environment
Like most proteins, collagen can be derived from a variety of food sources such as soy products, milk, cheese, dark green vegetables such as spinach and asparagus, peanuts, cashew nuts, pecans and almonds. Salmon and tuna are also excellent sources of Omega Fatty Acids that stimulate collagen production. Red fruits such as red peppers, tomatoes and berries help boost antioxidants to enhance collagen’s functions.
However, a protein-rich diet is not enough especially when our bodies go through the various factors listed above that are detrimental to healthy collagen production. Beyond the aesthetic appeal, our skin deserves more because it shields our body from harm. Thus, it is a must to keep it nourished with collagen regularly.