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Evryal PROSKIN 40cps

Hydrolyzed Collagen – Supplement

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EVRYAL® PROSKIN the Hydrolyzed Collagen made by the same manufacturer as the EVRYAL® line of professional hyaluronic acid fillers.

Collagen that makes a difference.

EVRYAL® PROSKIN stimulates collagen production for skin, bone, tendon and cartilage.


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What is hydrolyzed collagen?

Hydrolyzed collagen, is a compound resulting from the hydrolysis of collagen. This treatment makes the peptide chains shorter, thus more easily assimilated and with better ability to penetrate tissues.

What type of collagen is present in PROSKIN?

The product contains VERISOL HYDROLYZED COLLAGEN, derived from bacterial hydrolysis of type I animal collagen with an average molecular weight of 2kD. Contrary to popular belief, collagen is not used to provide the structural components for its synthesis because its constituent amino acids are widely available in the foods we routinely consume.

The purpose of taking VERISOL hydrolyzed collagen, or “broken down” by bacteria, is to stimulate its production once taken. This is accomplished by a “molecular deception” that simulates the destruction of collagen that can occur during a degenerative process by external agents such as pollutants, atmospheric and bacteria. This process stimulates our body to produce new collagen.

Regeneration will be more effective the more collagen is hydrolyzed (“broken down”) similarly to what occurs in nature. This is why a bacterial hydrolyzed collagen is superior in quality and effectiveness to a more artificially produced collagen (acids and enzymes).

Pro skin is of the highest quality having a 90% hydrolyzed collagen content within each pill; therefore, it is ideal for skin rejuvenation and to restore elasticity to tendons and ligaments.

The effects of this formulation are extremely beneficial for cell renewal, having positive effects both in counteracting muscular pain, osteopathy and trauma, and in its relaxing and rejuvenating effect on the epidermis.

Is it easily digestible?

The hydrolysis process makes it more easily digested and increases its effectiveness as a key component of connective tissues such as skin, bone, tendon, and cartilage.


How does it work?


Why use it?

Hydrolyzed collagen is an all-natural product that is safe and works with visible results. The skin brightens and loses the grayish color given by unrenewed cells. It also acts as a bone and muscle supplement.
– skin looks more moisturized, supple and firm;
– The skin is more protected from UV rays;
– wrinkles tend to reduce in number and depth.


How to tell if you have low collagen?

The most obvious symptom is duller and less firm facial skin, but the body undergoes a kind of general decay at all levels: osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, aging organ tissues.


Who should take collagen?

Collagen intake can be recommended from the age of 30-35 years.
In fact, the first signs of aging begin to be noticed from the age of 30, with the appearance of the first expression lines.
Although collagen loss begins between the ages of 18 and 29, after the age of 40 the body can lose about 1% per year 32.
From the age of 35, taking collagen therefore helps to improve skin hydration, elasticity and density.
Consider that around the age of 80, collagen production can decrease by 75% overall compared to that of young adults.


Why does collagen drop in menopause?

According to studies, up to 30% of skin collagen is lost in the first 5 years after menopause 74, likely due to declining estrogen levels 75.


When does collagen start to take effect?

A large study showed that people taking an oral supplement containing mainly hydrolyzed type I collagen, after 60 days facial lines and wrinkles appeared smoother and skin retained healthy levels of hydration.


How long does a collagen cycle last?

To see the benefits of collagen supplements, you need to take them for a period of 1 to 3 months. It is usually recommended to do at least two cycles of intake per year for best results. For example, for young skin, 30 days of supplementation may be sufficient, while for aged and parched skin, it is better to extend the treatment up to 3 months.


What is the difference between hyaluronic acid and collagen? Which one to choose?

The answer is both, Proskin is the fast, doctor-free solution that gives greater results as both a repairer and a prolonger of the effects of the professional fillers available on our site. Collagen is a supporting protein of the dermis, like beams in a wall. Hyaluronic acid is a polysaccharide responsible for hydration, which has a lubricating effect, that is, it makes the skin softer. It is like the cement that holds bricks together giving compactness to the skin.



Why choose Proskin as collagen over others?

It is produced by the same manufacturer as the injectable fillers used by aesthetic doctors, a guarantee on the goals of the and the results and quality of the product.
For the additional ingredients included in the formula which constitute a UNICUM in its category:

It belongs to the carotenoid family. It is thus a close relative of Vit.A with antioxidant potency that to date is the best compared to all known antioxidant molecules. It is a lipophilic molecule, so it effectively diffuses into high-fat tissues such as skin. Here it performs its main task: protecting against free radicals. Due to its antioxidant power, it preserves skin cells from degradation (mainly induced by solar radiation, smoke, etc.) resulting in wrinkles and skin aging.

It is one of the flavonoids found in citrus fruits where it is mainly concentrated in the peel and albedo ( the white part of citrus fruits inside the peel ). It possesses marked capillarotropic and vasoprotective activity so much so that it is found in numerous drugs on the market for the treatment of venous insufficiencies, hemorrhoids, and varicose veins. It actually reduces the permeability and fragility of both venous and arterial capillary walls. In aesthetic medicine, it is important to have good blood supply to the epithelial cells to keep them healthy and well nourished. This is facilitated by hesperidin.

It is the main polyphenol found in both the fruit (especially unripe) and leaves of the olive tree. It is also responsible for the bitter taste of olives. Together with its derived metabolites (tyrosol and hydroxytyrosol), it would be primarily responsible for the health properties attributed to olive oil that make it one of the most important foods in the Mediterranean diet. In fact, these polyphenols would be responsible for the cardioprotective, neuroprotective and anticancer properties attributed to olive oil itself. As an anti-aging agent it is used for its antioxidant activity (in this case it is a hydrophilic antioxidant) especially useful at the connective tissue level. In this district it protects collagen protein fibers from degradation by keeping it stable.

It is used in aesthetic medicine both for its recognized antioxidant activities and because its presence allows for more stable and resistant collagen synthesis due to certain hydroxylation reactions it promotes.
– in case of sun exposure, vitamin C intervenes by fighting free radicals (ROS) generated by exposure to UVA and UVB rays, and responsible for altering collagen synthesis;
– By intervening in endogenous collagen synthesis as a cofactor in various enzymatic reactions, vitamin C preserves existing collagen and promotes skin elasticity 39;
– Vitamin C acts on the enzymes involved in collagen breakdown, posing as a useful solution to preserve existing collagen


Should collagen supplements be taken in the morning or in the evening?

He is indifferent.

How many collagen cycles should be done per year?

Up to three cycles can be done in a year, but two are already enough to maintain the effects.


What are the contraindications of collagen?

Since this is a protein food, at common doses of use there are no major contraindications or side effects


The MIRON® Violet Glass used in the packaging of EVRYÀL® PROSKIN acts as a natural filter, because it lets through only the solar radiation useful for protecting and enhancing the quality of valuable and sensitive substances.

MIRON® Violet Glass blocks the entire spectrum of visible light except for ultraviolet rays while allowing a certain amount of UV-A and infrared radiation to pass through. This unique combination provides optimal protection against the aging processes caused by visible light and thus increases The durability is the effectiveness of the products.


40 tablets of 750mg – net quantity 30g
For a therapy (strong) of 20 days, maximum dose 2 tablets per day.
For a 40-day therapy, one tablet daily.


Hydrolyzed collagen peptides: 500 mg
Hesperidine: 180 mg
Vitamin C: 160 mg
Olivative 40: 160 mg (leaves of which oleoperin)
Astaxanthin: 4mg

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Scientific studies on collagen, bibliography

  • Turlier V, Delalleau A, Casas C, Rouquier A, Bianchi P, Alvarez S, Josse G, Briant A, Dahan S, Saint-Martory C, Thenius J, Bensafi-Benaouda A, Degouy A, Schmitt AM,
    Redoulès D. Association between collagen production and mechanical stretching in dermal extracellular matrix: in vivo effect of crosslinked hyaluronic acid filler. A
    Randomized, placebo-controlled study. J Dermatol Sci. 2013 Mar; 69(3):187-94.
  • Cohen JL, Dayan SH, Brandt FS, Nelson DB, Axford-Gatley RA, Theisen MJ, Narins RS. Systematic review of clinical trials of small and large-gelparticle hyaluronic
    Acid injectable fillers for aesthetic soft tissue augmentation. Dermatol Surg.2013 Feb;39(2):205-31.
  • Eccleston D, Murphy DK. Juvèderm(®) VolbellaTM in the perioral area: a 12-month prospective, multicenter, open-label study. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol.
  • Ginat DT, Schatz CJ. Imaging Features of Midface Injectable Fillers and Associated Complications. AJNR Am J Neurora diol. 2012 PubMed PMID: 22837310.
  • Kashkouli MB, Heirati A, Pakdel F, Kiavash V. Diplopia after hyaluronic acid gel injecton for correction of facial tear trough deformity. Orbit. 2012Oct;31(5):330-1.




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