Are these gummies hard? Do they stick on the teeth?
Being made of pectin (and not gelatin) the gummy melts easily, it is not hard or sticks to the teeth. As soon as you bite into it, all the raspberry flavor floods your mouth. They are so rich and pleasant, that it will be difficult for you to take only the ones that touch you.
Is it hydrolyzed collagen?
Why is it bovine and not marine collagen?
Both are of animal origin. The marine comes from fish (scales, spines) and the bovine from different tissues (skin, tendons...). Both bring benefits in general. However, bovine collagen, which has been studied for more years, is the most suitable for obtaining results at the skin level. The marine would be more used for cartilage tissue.
Why haven't you used vegetable collagen?
The so-called "vegetable or vegan collagen" is not collagen itself, but rather a set of amino acids. Vegetables do not use collagen in their tissues. The results are not the same.
Is it collagen type I, II or III?
Bovine origin contains more type I and type III collagen, which are widely found in the human body. The main form is type I, it occurs mainly in the skin and bones. It constitutes 80-90% of the proteins in the skin, as well as being found in large quantities in tendons and ligaments.
Are these gummies also beneficial for the rest of the body?
This combination of skin vitamins, antioxidants and collagen is most noticeable at the skin level, but inevitably has overall positive effects, both the benefits of collagen in the joints and the control of oxidative damage.