An Overview of the Beneficial Effects of Hydrolysed Collagen as a Nutraceutical on Skin Properties: Scientific Background and Clinical Studies

@article{Sibilla2015AnOO,
  title={An Overview of the Beneficial Effects of Hydrolysed Collagen as a Nutraceutical on Skin Properties: Scientific Background and Clinical Studies},
  author={Sara Sibilla and Martin Godfrey and Sarah Brewer and Anil Budh-Raja and Licia Genovese},
  journal={The Open Nutraceuticals Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={8},
  pages={29-42}
}
Skin, the main barrier to the external environment, is subject to deterioration caused by dermatological disorders, environmental conditions and the intrinsic ageing process. This damage to both structure and function may be accelerated by smoking, alcohol consumption and chronic sun exposure (extrinsic components). All these factors may lead to the formation of wrinkles, the appearance of brown spots and skin thickening. One effective strategy to managing the skin ageing process is adopting a… 

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