Collagen is of great interest to researchers today because of its ubiquitous nature in the structure of skin and its role in the aging process. Collagen is the most abundant protein, forming strong sheets and cables that support the structure of skin, internal organs, cartilage and bones, as well as all the connective tissue in between. Existing in 80% of the connections of the skin, this master protein is the subject of the millions of dollars spent on collagen research each year. Collagen fibrils of skin are also ever changing, eventually giving way to the signs of aging. Not only do skin cells produce less of it over time, they produce less accurate copies of it. This two-fold process is the fundamental cause of aging and its effects.

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