• bigstock-Young-beautiful-woman-relaxingKolagen FORTE

    3 version of the popular product

    • Kolagen FORTE
    • Kolagen FORTE + hyaluronic acid
    • Cosmetic Kolagen FORTE + hyaluronic acid

Way to long-lasting youth

Age, stress and even a healthy diet can be detrimental to the condition of your skin, hair, nails or joints ...

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What is COLLAGEN?

Collagen is the most important protein in the human body. Its particles are interconnected to form strong ...

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Hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid, called the youth molecule, is naturally present in the skin. It hydrates skin, reduces wrinkles ...

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Kolagen FORTE - RosenPharma a.s.

Ideal combination for a healthy skin of any age

Your worries of increasing age and wrinkles are now over. Collagen can erase some years off your skin! And there is more: it improves quality of your hair, nails and, of course, joints.

What is collagen?

Collagen is a fibrous protein insoluble in water, forming the basis of connective tissues, including ligaments, cartilages and bones. It accounts for 25 - 30% of all proteins in mammals’ bodies, 70% of skin, or also 10% of our total weight. Such figures are truly remarkable, yet understandable, as ligaments are parts of most our organs.

The word collagen originates from Greek kolla, which means glue, and the glue was made by prolonged boiling of animal tendons.

Collagen influences the look of our skin, quality of our hair, nails and teeth. Also, it permits our painless movement by maintaining our joints and ligaments in a healthy condition.

However, with increasing age, our body tends to lose its ability to produce collagen on its own. The symptoms of lacking collagen include aging skin, impaired quality of hair, cracking and brittle nails, aching joints and shooting pain in the back. Ligaments lose elasticity and it feels as if we were drying out.

Healthy rational diet lacks collagen!

There are only two ways to acquire collagen. First, it is its natural formation in our body, which, however, is reduced to a minimum over time. The other option is to acquire collagen from food.