Complément alimentaire accompagnant le vieillissement : combien pour une formule efficace ? - MyPureSkin

Food supplement accompanying aging: how much for an effective formula?

From the first price to the more expensive prices, the range over which the sale of food supplements to support the aging process extends is vast. A question then arises: how is efficiency distributed in this regard?

It's difficult to make your choice when you don't know what you're paying for.

Fortunately, certain criteria allow you to understand the ins and outs and make your choice in the most informed way possible.

From collagen to organic silicon to hyaluronic acid, what ingredients do you need to make a formula you can count on? How should these be selected? How much should you spend for an effective formula?

The MyPureSkin team answers you!

The ingredients of an effective formula

The skin is a sensitive and resistant organ at the same time. Permanently exposed to external aggression, it needs to maintain 3 key properties to continue to protect the body:

  • Its elasticity;
  • Its firmness;
  • Its hydration.

Indeed, skin that is too inelastic will be subject to aesthetic defects (stretch marks, appearance of wrinkles and fine lines) and exposed to a greater risk of injury.

Too loose, it will tend to hang in certain areas of the body.

Finally, the lack of hydration causes it to dry out, increasing the risk of it tearing.

These three elements are likely to weaken the dermis, which creates two problems:

  • A greater risk of exposure of the body to external pathogens;
  • An aesthetic problem.

Unfortunately, these two problems are more and more likely to appear over time since, like any organ, the skin ages.

Skin aging is caused by the slowdown, once you are over 20, of certain components of the skin, more specifically:

  • Collagen;
  • Hyaluronic acid.

Therefore, we understand that most food supplements to support aging include these two ingredients.

The essential ingredients

Collagen and hyaluronic acid are in fact the two cornerstones of an effective formula given their central role in maintaining the properties of the skin barrier. To be exact :

  • Collagen allows the skin to maintain its firmness;
  • Hyaluronic acid provides assurance of constant hydration;
  • Together, these two compounds participate in the synthesis of elastin, a molecule mainly responsible for maintaining skin elasticity.

Appreciable ingredients

However, a formula that is truly effective does not stop there. It is possible to support the action of collagen and hyaluronic acid by using ingredients that can enter into synergy with them (that is to say, ingredients that make it possible to optimize their effects or even access at a higher level of results).

This is particularly the case for compounds such as:

  • Certain vitamins (especially vitamins C and E);
  • Certain trace elements (zinc, among others);

In a study conducted by the team of researcher Nicholas N. DePhillipo and published in 2018 ¹ , we discovered, for example, that vitamin C stimulates the production of compounds necessary for the healing of bone and epithelial tissues (notably the skin).

Even more interesting: vitamin C generally stimulates the synthesis of collagen by the body.

Likewise, we have known for quite a long time, notably thanks to studies such as that published by researcher Tengrup in 1981 ² , that the presence of zinc facilitates the production and accumulation of collagen. This notably opened the way to the creation of synergistic formulas combining zinc with collagen.

The ingredients of a premium formula

However, it is possible to go further by choosing ingredients with lesser known properties but which make all the difference from a premium formula.

This is particularly the case when a food supplement contains compounds such as:

  • Collagen biopeptides instead of a classic collagen macromolecule;
  • A low molecular weight hyaluronic acid;
  • Organic silicon.

The reason collagen biopeptides and hyaluronic acid make a formula more effective is because of the body's ability to absorb them. Smaller, each of them is better assimilated, causing less loss: they are said to be more “bioavailable” than ordinary collagen and hyaluronic acid.

Organic silicon, for its part, has been able to demonstrate an impressive catalysis potential (acceleration of the reaction speed) in the process of collagen synthesis by fibroblast cells, as confirmed by a study carried out in 2016 by the team of the researcher Lidiane Advincula de Araujo ³ .

Natural origin and quality extraction: the effectiveness of a premium product explained

Such effectiveness requires resorting to more expensive treatments.

In this case, obtaining collagen biopeptides from a macromolecule involves a specific process: hydrolysis.

Furthermore, although collagen extraction remains cheap in itself today, the price can vary greatly from one source to another.

Factors that vary the price of a food supplement to support aging

Thus, the extraction of collagen from a more ethical sector, such as marine collagen (contained in the skin and fish bones) can sometimes prove to be more expensive than that of a much more traditional collagen. such as that contained in carcasses from the pork and beef food industry.

Hyaluronic acid, naturally having a relatively high molecular weight, must also be processed to reduce its size, which represents an additional cost.

The addition, in optimal proportions, of complementary ingredients (such as organic silicon, zinc or even vitamin C) is naturally an element to take into account in determining the price.

Finally, the origin of each of these compounds matters.

Preferring entirely natural sources, more and more consumers are choosing to take care of their health over the long term while quickly enhancing their skin.

Thus, vitamin C extracted from an acerola fruit will necessarily always be more expensive than a synthetic version.

But then... what price for a formula that is truly effective and respectful of your health?

From 30 euros to 150 euros, what price should you expect when purchasing a food supplement?

The real question is rather: to what extent do you value your health in order to obtain real, rapid and lasting results?

Although an entry-level food supplement will be much more affordable, the quality will not always be there.

If, however, you are looking for a premium product, whose effects proven and reported by its consumers can be explained by an innovative formula that respects your health, your budget will necessarily have to be adapted accordingly.

MyCollagenLift: the effective food supplement that respects your health to support your aging

Crystallization of Swiss know-how in the field of anti-aging nutrition, MyCollagenLift is a food supplement born from the desire of the MyPureSkin laboratories to support you in your fight against skin aging.

Based on a batch of ingredients of 100% natural origin, the formula of this ally of effective beauty routines places it in the category of premium anti-aging products.

Indeed, its effectiveness is based on:

  • Very organic marine collagen bio peptides available;
  • Hyaluronic acid to help you achieve a good level of hydration;
  • Wheat oil ceramides to complete this hydration maintenance effort for your skin;
  • Vitamin C from acerola fruit helping to protect your cells from oxidative stress;
  • Vitamin E also acting as an antioxidant;
  • Organic silicon used to structure your skin while increasing your defenses against the harmful effect of free electrons.

Looking for a natural formula offering guaranteed results within a reasonable time?

The effects of MyCollagenLift can be seen from 4 weeks for gradual improvement over the long term. Do you want to take advantage of it?

Start a first 3-month treatment today to give your skin a second lease of life!

  1. Study by researcher Nicholas N. DePhillipo's team exploring the effectiveness of vitamin C intake on collagen synthesis:
  2. Tengrup's research studying the influence of zinc on collagen synthesis and accumulation:
  3. Work by Lidiane Advincula de Araujo on the use of silicon in skin and hair care: