Nature's Lab Hyaluronic Acid with BioCell Collagen™ and MSM:
•Contains Hydrolyzed Collagen Type II, Hyaluronic Acid, Chondroitin Sulfate, and MSM
•Promotes Skin Hydration and Joint Lubrication
•Promotes Skin, Joint, and Cartilage Elasticity by Quenching Free Radicals
•Supports Skin Protection Against Sun UVB Radiation
BioCell Collagen™ is a multi-patented, scientifically-substantiated ingredient that promotes active joints, youthful looking skin, and healthy connective tissues. It provides a synergy of hydrolyzed collagen, low molecular weight (LMW) hyaluronic acid, and chondroitin sulfate, offering multi-dimensional nutritional support for the health of connective tissues such as joint and skin.
•Biocell Hydrolyzed Collagen II supports skin protection against sun UVB radiation.
•Biocell Hydrolyzed Collagen II increases blood flow in the skin.
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) functions as a "space filler," providing moisture-filled cushioning between cells. HA has been shown to hold on to more water than any other molecule in the body, which is vital in the production and maintenance of collagen and cartilage.
In joints, HA plays two important roles. First it acts as a key structural molecule to make a healthy, functional cartilage. Second, HA serves as a major lubricating molecule of the synovial fluid.
•Hyaluronic acid supports skin hydration and joint lubrication by absorbing and retaining water molecules.
•Hyaluronic acid promotes skin, joint and cartilage elasticity by quenching free radicals.
•Hyaluronic acid supports healthy skin and wound healing in numerous human trials.
Chondroitin sulfate supports healthy joint mobility by attacking matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) levels which attack and degrade cartilage.
Chondroitin sulfate also lowers inflammatory cytokines in joints and helps prevent against joint cartilage shrinking.
MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) is an organic source of sulfur, a mineral found naturally in plants and protein-rich foods such as meat, eggs and legumes. Sulfur is also present in every cell of the body. It’s necessary for the production of collagen, the main structural component of cartilage and connective tissue.