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The oral intake of specific Bioactive Collagen Peptides has a positive effect on hair thickness

  title={The oral intake of specific Bioactive Collagen Peptides has a positive effect on hair thickness},
  author={Steffen Oesser},
The effectiveness of supplementation with Bioactive Collagen Peptides (BCP) on the health and appearance of the skin and nails has been proven in several clinical trials. The influence of BCP supplementation on hair, however, has not been investigated to the same extent. In this placebo-controlled study, therefore, the effects of BCP intake on hair thickness and metabolism were investigated. The study was conducted on 44 healthy women aged between 39 and 75, who each received a daily dosage of… 

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  • J. Couchman
  • Biology
    The Journal of investigative dermatology
  • 1986
It is shown that this matrix in anagen pelage follicles of postnatal rats contains an abundance of basement membrane components rather than dermal components such as interstitial collagens, suggesting that the dermal papilla cells in vivo synthesize a basement membrane type of extracellular matrix.