Collagen is the protein that forms fibers, collagen fibers. Collagen is found in all animals, it is the most abundant component of skin and bone. Collagen is the protein that ensures the cohesion, elasticity and regeneration of skin, cartilage and bones and constitutes about 30% of the proteins in our body. In essence, it is the “glue” that holds everything together.


With age, the body produces less collagen and the first signs of aging begin to occur after 30 years. It is therefore appropriate intake of collagen from this age.


Nutrikosm includes in its marine hydrolyzed collagen formulations Peptan®. Peptan® is a product of high purity (more than 95% protein) and natural. Their peptide (type 1) are identical to those found in human bones and skin.


Peptan® reverses the effects of skin aging, increases the density of collagen in the skin, stimulates the synthesis of collagen and hyaluronic acid.




Phaseolamin is the generic name given to a series of proteins found in the seed of white bean. Phaseolamin is an inhibitor of the enzyme alpha-amylase. This enzyme is responsible to “break” the starch into smaller fragments, assimilable by the human body. Inhibiting the enzyme, the absorption of calories from starch is reduced, thereby reducing the caloric intake of the diet.




Beta-carotene is the most abundant in nature and the most important carotenoid in the human diet. Beta-carotene is the precursor of vitamin A. Vitamin A or retinol, is a fat-soluble vitamin that is involved in the formation and maintenance of epithelial cells in bone growth, development, protection and regulation of skin and mucous. Prevents premature aging.



LVitamin C, also called tocopherol is an essential nutrient because humans cannot synthesize it. It is the most important antioxidant and acts both outside and inside the cell. We must take daily in our diet since it is water-soluble so the body is not able to store it. The presence of vitamin C is required for many metabolic reactions in all animals and plants. Vitamin C plays a fundamental role in the formation of collagen so it is essential to have a skin in a perfect condition.




It is the collective name for a set of eight tocopherols, alpha tocopherol is the most important, of which seven are in chemical preparations and only one is natural (found in vegetable oils, nuts and green leafy vegetables).


Vitamin E is fat soluble and acts as an antioxidant in cell membranes and plays a very important role in protecting the circulatory system, thus reducing the risk of heart disease.




The Coenzyme Q10, CoQ10 or ubiquinone, is a liposoluble molecule, similar to vitamins, which is present in most eukaryotic cells, primarily in the mitochondria and participates in cellular respiration generating energy in the form of ATP.


During our youth the body generates the amount of coenzyme Q10 but this ability decreases with the age or when we are not in an optimal state of health.


Coenzyme Q10 in addition protects against oxidative stress and helps to reduce the “bad” cholesterol (LDL).



Cynarine is an acid found in the artichoke which is biologically active. Cynarine has a choleretic effect, which means that increases the secretion of bile facilitating the metabolism of fats, also it produces a draining effect which helps us stay light and eliminate toxins.



La Taraxacum officinale más conocida como diente de león, es una planta con flor de la familia de las asteráceas. El diente de león tiene propiedades diuréticas y detoxificantes pero en sus hojas también se encuentran gran cantidad de vitamina A, C, D, fitoesteroles, cumarinas, ácidos fenólicos, hierro y calcio.




Taraxacum officinale, best known as dandelion, it is a flowering plant family Asteraceae. Dandelion has diuretic and detoxifying properties but in its leaves plenty of vitamin A, C, D, phytosterols, coumarins, phenolic acids, iron and calcium are also found.




Vitamin D3 or cholecalciferol, is a fat soluble provitamin and can be obtained in two ways: by ingestion through diet or by the transformation of cholesterol in vitamin D by the action of the sun’s UV rays.


The best known of vitamin D function is to facilitate the absorption of calcium and phosphorus, essential for maintaining bone elements. In addition, vitamin D helps maintain the immune system and muscles in shape.




Vitamin B1, also known as thiamin, is a water soluble molecule and is necessary in the diet of most vertebrates. Its main sources are legumes, whole grains, nuts, eggs…


Vitamin B1 plays an important role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, to produce energy and maintain a healthy heart and nervous system.




Ruscus aculeatus, known as butcher’s-broom is a plant genus of six species belonging to the family Asparagaceae. The genus is native to western and southern Europe (England), Macaronesia, northwest Africa, and southwest Asia east Caucasus. Rusco the active principle, ruscogenine a venotónico, it protects capillaries and increases its permeability which activates microcirculation eliminating signs of fatigue. Its effects are mainly noticed in the eye area obliterating dark circles and bags.




Bromelain and Papain are proteolytic enzymes found in pineapple and papaya. Their function are to break down proteins into smaller fragments, they work similarly to the enzymes in our stomach so they facilitate digestions.


Bromelain and papain in addition to aid digestion, are able to break the fibrous webs in which fat cells accumulate, thus helping to eliminate toxins and reduce cellulite.




L-carnitine is a powerful energy agent that plays a key role in the correct oxidation of fatty acids. L-carnitine enhances the natural action of the body to burn lipids properly. It facilitates the transport of fatty acids into the interior of the cells, so that they can be used as energy. This improved muscle tone, weight loss and recovery of energy metabolism is achieved. As if this were not enough, it controls appetite and provides energy.




The magnesium ion is essential for all living cells. Magnesium is found in nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios, cereals such as wheat, yeast or rice, legumes such as beans, lentils and chick peas and sprouts as chlorophyll contains magnesium.


Its functions include:

  • Helps fix calcium and phosphorus in bones and teeth.
  • Acts on the neurological system favoring sleep and relaxation.
  • Helps maintain the proper functioning of nerves and muscle tone.
  • Protects the cardiovascular system by keeping heart rhythm steady, maintaining normal blood pressure and protecting the walls of blood vessels. It also prevents thrombus formation.




Zinc is an essential mineral for humans and many animals. The human body contains 4m mg of zinc per kg and numerous enzymes in our body work because of it.


It is found in oysters, shellfish, red meat, grains (brown rice, oats, rye), legumes (chickpeas, lentils), nuts (walnuts, peanuts), spinach, lettuce and cucumber, among others.


Its functions include:

  • Helps maintain healthy skin, promotes healing and is involved in collagen synthesis.
  • Helps maintain healthy hair and strong nails.
  • Intensify the body’s immune response.
  • It is a powerful antioxidant as part of antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase.
  • It is a liver protector system.




Copper is considered a trace element, despite being essential, the human body needs only small amounts.


Copper is found in large quantities in the viscera of animals, for example, meat duck, goose and lamb. Seafood (such as squid, shrimp, crawfish, clams …).


In the plant world it is found in oats, barley, cocoa, almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, avocados…

Its functions include:

  • Involved in the formation of collagen.
  • Keeps skin and hair in good condition
  • Furthermore it ensures that both the skin and hair, maintain correct pigmentation.
  • It contributes to a properly functioning immune system.
  • Contributes to cardiovascular health giving flexibility to the arteries.
  • Copper, just as zinc, is an antioxidant and also part of superoxide dismutase.




Potassium is essential in our diet and is, after calcium and phosphorus, the most abundant mineral in the human body.


The richest in potassium foods are fruits and vegetables, especially greens. Among fruits include bananas, grapes, oranges, plums and cantaloupe. We also found a lot of potassium in spinach, lettuce, nuts, potatoes, chickpeas.


Its functions include:

  • Maintains the acid – base balance in the blood
  • It is especially important in the regulation of the nervous system and muscles




Selenium is a micronutrient or trace element essential for the proper functioning of the human body but only in small doses.


The amount of selenium have food depends on the selenium content in the soil where animals are bred or grow plants.


Its functions include:

  • It is a powerful antioxidant with vitamin E and vitamin C, prevents cell damage caused by oxidation of free radicals.
  • The selenium intake is related to cancer prevention.
  • Stimulates immune system.
  • Like the zinc it contributes to healthy hair and strong nails.




Horsetail (Equisetum arvense L) is a perennial shrub belonging to the family of Equisetaceae. It measures about 50 cm with jointed stems and striated, endowed with knots surrounded by leaf sheaths.


It has a lot of nutrients (silicon, potassium, magnesium, aluminum, equisetonin, tannins, flavonoids, alkaloids, vitamin C …) which give many different functions. Flavonoids and potassium salts justify their diuretic action. Silicic salts abundance confer remineralizing properties teas. Thanks to its high content of vitamin C helps maintain collagen and also increases non-specific defenses.




Gotu kola or centella asiatica is an annual plant from the Apiaceae family of Asian origin. This plant has been used since ancient times in traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine for its high number of medicinal properties.


Among its active ingredients are the asiaticoside, tannins, phytosterols, mucilages, flavonoids that give many beneficial functions for our body. Returns to our skin healthy look by reducing cellulite and stretch marks and intervening in the bloodstream (venotonic) in the production of collagen and is a great diuretic.




As ginseng, numerous species of plants of the genus Panax are called (Latin panacea) and others that are gender but we have very similar properties.


It is a small herbaceous plant of the Araliaceae family. They thrive in cold areas and foothills of the mountains of China, Korea, Russia, Japan, Mexico and Canada.


The older the plant is more concentration of active ingredients contained therein. In its chemical composition are amino acids, vitamins B and D, copper, aluminium, manganese, tannins, ginsenosides…


Its functions include:

  • It acts as a stimulant of the central nervous system.
  • Regulates anxiety and increases resistance to stress.
  • Tonic that improves the efficiency of both physical and intellectual work. Ginseng invigorates without exciting because it increases energy production in the cell.
  • Reduce levels of LDL cholesterol and triglycerides thereby improving cardiovascular health.




The N – acetyl cysteine is a derivative form of nonessential amino cysteine. N-acetylcysteine acts to support the function of cysteine or glycine and the function of its derivative and N-acetyl and glutathione.


Natural sources of N-acetyl cysteine are the same or virtually the same as those of cysteine: turkey, eggs, fish, milk and dairy products, wheat, oats, broccoli, onions, garlic, brussels sprouts…


Its functions include:

  • Protector and detoxifying the liver (helps replenish glutathione levels)
  • Helps to neutralize free radicals.
  • Helps eliminate heavy metals from the body.
  • Prevents oxidation of “bad” cholesterol, thus decreasing the risk of cardiovascular disease.
  • Promotes healthy skin, hair and nails.
  • It has a slight lipolytic effect.