Einfluss oraler Einnahme von Kollagen-Peptiden auf relevante Parameter der Hautalterung: Hautfeuchtigkeit, Hautelastizität und Hautrauigkeit

  title={Einfluss oraler Einnahme von Kollagen-Peptiden auf relevante Parameter der Hautalterung: Hautfeuchtigkeit, Hautelastizit{\"a}t und Hautrauigkeit},
  author={G. R. Schlippe and L. Bolke and W. Voss},
  journal={Aktuelle Dermatologie},
Mit zunehmendem Alter und unter Einfluss weiterer Noxen, wie UV-Exposition und Nikotinabusus, kommt es zu einer Abnahme der dermalen extrazellularen Matrix und des Kollagengerusts. Dies fuhrt zu einer Abnahme der Hautdicke, Elastizitat und Feuchtigkeit und damit einhergehend zu einer verstarkten Faltenbildung. Studien haben gezeigt, dass die orale Aufnahme von speziellen Kollagen-Peptiden uber einen langeren Zeitraum die Hautphysiologie positiv beeinflusst. In der vorliegenden klinisch… Expand
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