The most popular methods of maintaining skin beauty over the past few years have focused on the use of creams, lotions and gels applied directly to the skin as part of a daily routine. Another popular method is cosmetic surgery, which is very expensive.

However, there is a gradual change in perception. New information is emerging and this information changes our understanding of skin beauty. Consumers are also more aware of scientific studies that support innovations in the skincare industry. The concept of “beauty from within” is heading towards the consumer's mind.

'Beauty from within' is the idea that skin beauty should also be addressed through daily nutrition. The industry's focus on this area is known as “nutricosmetics”.


When it comes to skin beauty, the consumer still gets the idea that if the problem is skin, the solution should be applied directly to the skin. However, in the light of today's growing scientific knowledge and developments, this is not the only approach.

The human body is amazing. It absorbs micro and macro nutrients, cuts them into pieces and uses them as building blocks to synthesize nutrients that contribute to a healthy body. In other words, “beauty from within” means giving the body the nutrients necessary to repair and renew skin, hair and nails.

Let's consider vitamin C as an example. If your body doesn't get enough vitamin C, you can start to face conditions like skin problems. You can apply creams and lotions that will help treat symptoms. However, the best way to solve the problem is to treat vitamin C deficiency, the underlying cause.

A similar logic can be applied to skin beauty: if you follow a healthy and balanced diet with the right amount of nutrients, you will give your body the best chance to renew and strengthen the skin. This is the essence of 'beauty from within'.


So what are collagen peptides?
Collagen peptides are small molecules derived from bovine collagen by a specific process known as enzymatic hydrolysis. Collagen peptides are bioavailable and bioactive. This means that our body has no difficulty in absorbing and utilizing collagen peptides.

So how do collagen peptides support skin beauty?
According to research results, it is seen that collagen peptides stimulate the production of collagen in the skin, thereby improving the density of collagen. This helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and lines and helps restore firmness to the skin. Collagen peptides also appear to promote the production of hyaluronic acid, which leads to better moistening of the dermis layer and reduces dryness associated with aging skin.