Biosynthesis of collagen is a very complex process consisting in both stages of albumen synthesis and unique processes that take place only during biosynthesis of collagen. This process takes place in fibroblasts and chondrocytes. In these cells many various connections and elements are biosynthetically “produced”; among others the components of extracellular matrix of dermis, that is enzymes, molecules (both signalling ones and others) and components…

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Cellulite is not an illness, but a beauty ailment. This is an uneven arrangement of an adipose tissue which forms gibbous clods on the skin. Apparently, it is difficult to find a woman without a cellulite and 80% of female residents of developed countries have it. It is a specific civilization ailment, connected to a bad diet, obesity and lack of physical exercise. In the process of increasingly weaker exchange of collagen in the organism which starts when we are...

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The appearance of wrinkles is usually only a matter of time. Some people have them earlier, some later, but nobody can avoid them. One of the ways to delay appearance and to reduce a number of wrinkles is a proper diet and an appropriate face and the body treatment. As our body grows old, our skin becomes less flexible, often too dry. The loss of collagen that influences positively the skin flexibility, results in wrinkles appearance.

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Contrary to a popular belief, the formation of stretch marks is not only associated with the excessive stretching of skin. Stretch marks, also known as striae distensae, largely result from the increase in the level of cortisol in blood, a hormone which is secreted by adrenal glands. The quantity of cortisol increases during the period of pregnancy, adolescence as well as because of obesity or weight gain. During pregnancy, the increase…

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A scar that forms during a healing process is a connective tissue that replaces the tissue damaged by an injury or an illness. The scarring process is a part of an ordinary wound healing process during which the damaged skin is being replaced by a new, well-vascularised, granulationing (growing) tissue with numerous collagen fibres that cross-link and form an alignment is single direction, in opposition to a randomized alignment of fibres in the normal skin.

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