More and more consumers are discovering that beautiful skin and hair require a healthy foundation. Studies show that collagen peptide supplementation can play a role in creating and sustaining this foundation
In the world of beauty, collagen peptides are quickly becoming a celebrity ingredient. And with good reason: sustainable, clean and minimalistic, with science-backed hair and skin benefits, it’s no wonder this ingredient is one of beauty from within’s fastest growers.
The body’s most abundant protein, collagen is present in several types of bodily tissues, accounting for over 70% of our bones and 75% of our skin. Not only does it give our bodies structure, strength and flexibility, it also boosts the performance and beauty of our hair and skin.
More and more consumers are discovering that beautiful skin and hair require a healthy foundation. Studies show that collagen peptide supplementation can play a role in creating and sustaining this foundation: for adults, the body’s own decreasing collagen levels lead to reduced elasticity and firmness, and visual signs of aging, including wrinkles and pores; as well as weakening of hair fibers, making them brittle and reducing hair radiance. Collagen peptides offer an answer that is backed by science and being embraced by beauty brands and consumers.
In an exciting, 30-minute presentation at Cosmetics Business Live in London, on October 18 at 10:20 am, Florencia Moreno Torres, Global Business Development Manager Health and Nutrition at Rousselot, will explore this topic in depth. Under the title ‘Sustainable, clean, and minimalistic: the holistic approach of collagen peptides in beauty’, Florencia will share the latest insights into the science behind collagen peptides, how brands can capitalise on its application potential, and how it ties in with key trends shaping today’s global beauty from within market.
You will find Florencia and the Rousselot Health and Nutrition team at Booth 26