Supplier's Corner

Verisol Brings Beauty From Inside Outside

June 6, 2013

• Verisol, new from Gelita, administered orally, influences the skin metabolism directly from the inside, according to the company. It stimulates the fibroblasts in the dermis to increase the synthesis of collagen, elastin and proteoglycans—all of which are vital for balancing general skin conditions. The results are a smoother, more elastic and better-hydrated skin and a significant reduction of wrinkles.

Verisol is pure collagen protein and has an excellent bioavailability. It can be easily incorporated into the most varied of products—from pharmaceutical-like applications such as capsules or tablets to dietary supplements in liquid or powder form and indulgence products such as chocolate or beverages.

More info: www.gelita.com
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