Wild cod fish captured from the Arctic region
The collagen protein used in aXimed is extracted from the fish skins of Arctic cod. Cod fish from the Arctic Ocean grow freely in the icy waters, differentiating them from typical aquaculture seafood. They are far removed from polluted environments, antibiotics, and hormones. This is why wild cod fish from the Norwegian Sea is one of the world's most beloved fish species. Norway possesses the largest and most sustainable cod fish resources globally.
Maximizing value from insignificance
Through advanced hydrolysis techniques, fish collagen protein is extracted fromcod fish skins, contributing to continuous development by creating value from insignificance.
Collagen protein is ubiquitous in our bodies
Up to 80% of our skin is composed of collagen, with the majority being Type I collagen. Its primary function is to retain moisture, maintain the connection of connective tissues, and preserve skin tightness and elasticity.
How to replenish lost collagen?
As we age and face environmental pollution, stress, diets high in sugar and oil, and uneven nutrition, our body's collagen production slows down. When collagen levels decline, our skin becomes dry, loses elasticity, and develops fine lines and sagging. Embracing a healthy lifestyle, maintaining a balanced diet, and supplementing with collagen protein help promote collagen regeneration, thus enhancing skin elasticity and reducing wrinkles and fine lines. Along with consuming an adequate amount of amino acids provided by dairy products, it is essential to supplement with sufficient collagen protein to enhance skin elasticity and minimize wrinkles and fine lines.
Hydrolyzed collagen peptides
Marine collagen is a pure natural product that undergoes advanced hydrolysis technology to break down collagen protein into tiny peptide molecules, with a molecular weight of only 3000 Da. Smaller peptide molecules are better absorbed by the body, leading to rapid reinforcement of underlying collagen in muscles and resulting in improved skin elasticity, firmness, and reduction of fine lines.