Collagen Supplements Clinical Study Results

Do Collagen Supplements Work for Wrinkles and Anti Aging?

The collagen supplement was tested in a recent 8-12 week, randomized, double-blind study. The fish collagen peptide, as found in Amino Collagen C, showed measurable improvements to the skin of the participants. See charts below:

Clinical Study Collagen Results Summary

  • 91% of users agreed that their skin hydration increased after 8 weeks of use.
  • A 28% increase in skin hydration was measured after 8 weeks of use.
  • 85% of user recommended Amino Collagen C after 12 weeks of use.
  • A 26% reduction of deep wrinkles was measured after 8 weeks of use.
  • A 19% increase in skin suppleness was measured after 12 weeks of use.

Who Was Tested?

Collagen supplement was given to participants (men and women) ages 35-59, and given 10g of these "beauty proteins" per day. The results were undeniable and consistent:

Skin Suppleness

Participants saw an increase of 28% in skin hydration during an 8 week clinical study using the collagen supplements, and almost no increase in skin hydration for those given placebo.

Anti-Aging Effect Benefit

The number of deep wrinkles was reduced by an average of 26% when taking 10g of collagen per day for 12 weeks of supplementation.

Skin Suppleness study

Skin suppleness, a characteristic in youthful skin, increased by 19% over a 12 week study.

Wrinnkle Reduction Study COllagen

After an 8 week clinical study, participants that ate 10g of fish peptide collagen supplement showed a 23% decrease in the depth of wrinkles, and a 40% reduction of the volume of wrinkles.

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Cites and References

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3. Hitoshi Matsumoto, et al., (2006) Clinical effects of fish type I collagen hydrolysate on skin properties. ITE Letters on batteries, new technologies and medicine, 7 (4)

4. Sumida E., (2004) The effects of oral ingestion of collagen peptide on skin hydration and biochemical data of blood. Journal of Nutritional Food 7 (3): 45-52

5. Morganti P., Randazzo SD., Bruno C., (1988) Oral treatment of skin dryness. Cosmet Toilet 103: 77-80

6. Matsuda, et al., (2006) Effects of ingestion of collagen peptide on collagen fibrils and glycosaminoglycans in the dermis. J Nutri Sci Vitaminol 52: 211-215