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INGREDIENTS in our products


What is collagen?

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and supports the structure of hair, skin, nails, joints, ligaments and tendons. In addition, it is responsible for healthy and shiny hair and skin, as well as strong nails. The natural production of collagen decreases with age, and it is recommended to take it as a dietary supplement since it supplies the body with three essential amino acids (glycine, proline and hydroxyproline).


What is vitamin C?

Vitamin C or ascorbic acid supports the synthesis of collagen in the body for the normal function of blood vessels, bones, cartilage and skin. It also contributes to the normal function of the muscular and immune systems, protects cells from oxidative stress and reduces fatigue. Since the body does not produce vitamin C naturally, we can only get it by consuming leafy green vegetables and fruits or as a dietary supplement. The recommended daily dose of vitamin C is 80 mg for adults.


What is hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid is a substance that the body produces naturally. It serves as a “moisturizer” and acts as a sponge that helps retain water for tighter and softer skin. Our cells produce it naturally in order to balance the level of humidity, but unfortunately its production decreases as we age. Hyaluronic acid has a mild effect on the skin and does not act as an exfoliant like other acids.


What is matcha?

Matcha comes from green tea leaves, but unlike green tea, matcha is a finely ground powder. Matcha bushes are planted in the shade to increase the level of chlorophyll and amino acids in order to improve its health benefits to matcha consumers. What makes matcha so popular in the world of wellness is the amino acid L-Theanine, which promotes a feeling of relaxation and focus at the same time, without reducing the body’s alertness.