Many have tried, and many have failed in their search, but now there is a Vegan registered collagen available, Biollagen.
We all know the best way to counter natural collagen loss caused by ageing is to replace the collagen by using collagen formulations.
Until now the only collagen replacement available was derived from animal and marine sources.
However, as consumers are becoming more aware of what is in their cosmetics, so they are increasingly rejecting animal and marine-based collagen products when there is a vegan alternative available.
JLand Biotech has launched its series of products designed for use in skin care formulations. Derived from Pichia Pastoris yeast, the patented fermentation technology produces a non-allergenic, high-performance Vegan registered collagen. Biollagen
- Biollagen has 200 times the performance levels of animal or marine-derived collagen
- Biollagen has many applications in personal care- face masks, creams, lotions, plus many more cosmetic products
- Biollagen exhibits excellent properties such as anti-ageing, anti-wrinkle, anti UV, moisturising skin firming, as well as promoting cell growth
- Biollagen has low immunogenicity, is non-allergenic, and there is no risk of rejection
- Biollagen is a high-performance collagen with excellent biocompatibility and high transdermal absorption
- Biollagen manufactured under ISO22176, Good Manufacturing Practice(GMP) for cosmetics and has been certified under the Good Manufacturing of Cosmetic Products(GMCP) by the European Federation of Cosmetic Ingredients(Effci)
- Biollagen is registered with the Vegan Society.
David Bill, from JLand Biotech's European sales office, says: "We believe the use of animal and marine collagens in cosmetics will meet with increasing resistance from consumers. The time is ripe for cosmetic formulators to use Biollagentm in their products, thus being able to market their products as animal-free."