Romarin, sport et peau : les secrets derrière l'efficacité de MyCollagenRepair - MyPureSkin

Rosemary, sport and skin: the secrets behind the effectiveness of MyCollagenRepair

Well known to herbalists, rosemary has some surprising properties.
Beyond its aromatic virtues, it is used in pharmacology, for the health benefits it provides and whose broad spectrum covers a wide variety of problems.
Anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anxiolytic, anti-diabetic… the list of benefits for the body is long.
But what makes rosemary so interesting for physical recovery and prevention of skin problems?
How to maximize its benefits and what mechanisms are at work in your body when you consume it?
So many questions answered by the MyCollagenRepair food supplement, in line with the know-how of MyPureSkin which once again places Science and nature at the heart of its formula.
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Rosmarinic acid: the active ingredient in rosemary

To understand the effects of rosemary, you must first delve into the heart of its composition.
Characteristic of this plant, rosmarinic acid is the active principle behind many of its properties.
Several research initiatives have highlighted the multiple benefits of this molecule, including:

  • A study published in 2004 by Naomi Osakabe and colleagues showing the anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic characteristics of rosmarinic acid (1);
  • A study published in 2016 by Joshua Runtuwene's team exploring the regulatory effects of rosmarinic acid on blood sugar levels, which may contribute to better diabetes management (2);
  • A study published in 2015 by Yin Zhang confirming the relevance of integrating rosmarinic acid into anti-aging formulas. This study mainly focuses on the effects of rosmarinic acid on antioxidant enzymes working in the kidneys and liver. The subject extends to the evaluation of its impact on lipid peroxidation in tissues whose aging process is already well advanced (3).

Recognized anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effects

In topical application or oral consumption, rosmarinic acid has seen its anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic properties explained on multiple occasions.
The Osakabe study contributing its contribution, we learned that the presence of rosmarinic acid causes a significant reduction in certain white blood cells.
Rosmarinic acid is therefore part of a logic of reducing the immune response but can prevent uncontrolled triggering by being consumed upstream.

Anti-diabetic effects under study

In his study published in 2016, Runtuwe shows that the consumption of rosmarinic acid improves the stability of glucose in the blood. In other words: the minimum and maximum sugar concentrations observed in the body are less distant and more constant, which requires less work for the pancreas and liver to process and eliminate.
Furthermore, this beneficial effect is accompanied by better regulation of insulin production (itself being dependent on the state of health of the pancreas and liver). This has the indirect consequence of slowed aging of these organs, thus improving the expectancy and quality of life of the consumer of rosmarinic acid.
Finally, as the author specifies, the subjects of the experiment suffered from type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes, which has since aroused interest in new research on the use of diabetes. rosmarinic acid in the creation of antidiabetic treatments in general.
However, as useful as it may prove in the future in palliative treatment, its primary use also finds its place in a preventive register, before the onset of such diseases.

Indirect but well understood anti-aging effects

As studies such as Zhang's show, certain aging-related processes can be slowed, such as increased oxidation levels (and therefore dysfunction) of liver and kidney tissues.
This is due to the stimulation of the activity of key antioxidant enzymes such as SOD (Super Oxide Dismutase).
This enzyme being essential to the mitochondria for the production of energy in the form of ATP (Adenosine TriPhosphate), rosmarinic acid is again a preventive solution and accompaniment of the aging process on the scale of the entire body.

Sport: how to benefit from its benefits while limiting its risks?

But it is in the context of sport that rosmarinic acid has recently stood out, through studies whose results are the key to the effectiveness of food supplements such as MyCollagenRepair.
While regular exercise is necessary to keep your body healthy, the biochemical reactions that accompany it unfortunately contribute to your tissues aging more quickly.
This is explained, among other things, by the increase in the level of oxidation in your body.
Furthermore, physical recovery (muscular among others) can be difficult and take more or less time, not to mention that this process is increasingly difficult for the body to manage as it ages.
To help the body recover better, rosmarinic acid has an arsenal of astonishing biochemical reactions.
But to understand it, let's first take a look at the effects of sport on your body.

Chronic inflammation after physical exercise: a matter of intensity

As recalled in a study published in 2020 by Érica Cerqueira and her team (4), regular physical exercise of moderate intensity strengthens the immune system.
The central element of this observation, repeated by doctors, is contained in two words: “regular” and “moderate”.

An immune system without a pump: the reason for sport

The immune system (made up, among other things, of white blood cells such as leukocytes) does not have a pump, unlike the blood system which benefits from the propulsion of the heart.
Therefore, immune agents (like leukocytes for example) cannot spread easily throughout the body.
The simple fact of moving, walking, running, for a few tens of minutes allows them to circulate in the body.
This explains the need for regular physical exercise to stay healthy at any age.

Signal molecules that have long been poorly understood

However, white blood cells are not the only ones that navigate the body. By forcing these to mix with the blood to reach all organs, physical exercise also circulates inflammatory mediators.
Serving, among other things, as signal molecules, they impact immune activity when there are too many of them. Such a situation can occur following intense physical efforts and prolonged over time (in regular sessions).
Long poorly understood, these mediators are now implicated in the development of chronic inflammation and, ultimately, in the disruption of the functioning of the immune system.
In other words: intense sports practiced regularly tend to create a breeding ground for the appearance of health problems linked to your immunity (notably autoimmune diseases).

Physical recovery and prevention of chronic inflammation: why rosmarinic acid?

These conclusions, combined with those of a study published in 2020 by Chunxu Luo's team (5), help to understand why rosemary helps prevent certain skin problems and improves physical recovery.
Indeed, said study recalls that rosmarinic acid helps prevent and alleviate the onset of attacks for diseases across a broad spectrum (cutaneous, gastrointestinal, respiratory, etc.).
Among the diseases in question, we find among others:

  • Atopic dermatitis;
  • Arthritis;
  • Colitis;
  • Asthma;
  • Allergic rhinitis;
  • Acute pancreatitis;
  • Mastitis;
  • Various periodontal diseases.

MyCollagenRepair: Science and Nature at the heart of a “well-being formula”

The intimate understanding of these mechanisms and the ability to make natural ingredients work with varied health benefits are the hallmark of MyPureSkin. It is from this approach that MyCollagenRepair was born, a food supplement based on rosemary extract, perfectly suited to athletes of all ages. Targeting muscle reconstruction and the reduction of related problems (inflammation in particular), MyCollagenRepair also offers appreciable effects before physical exercise. Taking advantage of the antioxidant properties of its ingredients, this nutricosmetic prevents excessive oxidation of the body during a sports session in order to limit the risks of premature aging of tissues. From muscle to skin, including joints, MyCollagenRepair relies on the synergy of its active ingredients to help you build well-being in accordance with your lifestyle.

Nature at the heart of our formulas

To meet these requirements, MyCollagenRepair contains:

  • Collagen peptides (stimulating your production of endogenous collagen, essential for rebuilding your muscles, cartilage and skin);
  • Hyaluronic acid (essential to ensure the level of hydration necessary for the metabolic reactions involved in your physical recovery);
  • Vitamins C and E (whose antioxidant power helps preserve the integrity of your body before, during and after exercise);
  • SOD (Super Oxide Dismutase), boosting your defenses against oxidative stress from inside and outside your cells.
  • Coenzyme Q10 (involved in the energy production reactions of mitochondria, at the heart of your cells, to give your body every chance of recovering quickly);
  • Biopiperine, the presence of which improves the bioavailability of all the other active ingredients in the formula, which allows better assimilation and therefore maximization of their effects;
  • Rosmarinic acid, extracted from rosemary, whose deglycating role guarantees the longevity of the collagen present in your body;
  • Silymarin, extracted from milk thistle, whose anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties perfectly complement those of rosmarinic acid.

Effects for physical recovery that meet your expectations

As a premium quality food supplement, MyCollagenRepair aims to support you in your health and beauty routine by offering you:

  • Overall antioxidant protection (from inside and outside your cells);
  • Ways to take your nutrition to the next level to support you in your daily life, from your physical exercises to your beauty routine;
  • A turnkey detox treatment thanks to a synergy of proven active ingredients: marine collagen peptides, hyaluronic acid, rosmarinic acid and silymarin.

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  1. Osakabe's study on the anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effects of rosmarinic acid:
  2. Runtuwene study on the anti-diabetic effects of rosmarinic acid:
  3. Zhang's study on the protective effects of rosmarinic acid for the liver and kidneys:
  4. Cerqueira's study on the links between intense physical exercise and immune system dysregulation:
  5. Review of the mechanisms underlying the anti-inflammatory effects of rosmarinic acid on diseases characterized by chronic inflammation: