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Biologique Recherche: Skin restructuring

Skincare experts at Biologique Recherche have created Sérum Collagène Originel, a product containing Collagen Type 0, a patented pure collagen formulation


The R&D team at Biologique Recherche, led by Laure Bouscharain, has located the purest collagen in the world in marine jellyfish.

This organism, which hasn’t evolved in more than 600 million years, is so ancient it contains the mother of all collagen – the historical strain and origin of all collagen types, being the original protein in its raw state.

Working with an exclusive partner specialising in marine biotechnology for the medical sector, Bouscharain and her team extracted the substance and called it Type 0 Collagen.

From this the company has developed a new skincare product, Sérum Collagène Originel, adding silene extract to stimulate increases in type IV collagen production, soybean glycopeptides to act on type l collagen and primitive green marine microalgae to increase levels of type III collagen in the skin.

“We developed Sérum Collagène Originel to specifically target the main types of collagen in the skin,” says Bouscharain. “Each of its active ingredients has a specific effect on a target tissue, enabling the serum to re-densify skin in all three dimensions, making it tighter, smoother and plumper, while the length of established wrinkles is significantly reduced.”

How does it work?
The new serum is rich in proteins and essential nutrients, helping restructure the skin by stimulating the production of collagen and elastin at both gene and protein levels. This regenerates the skin, improving connections between its inner and outer layers that can weaken with age, so the skin regains firmness, skin tone, density and tightness and the appearance and length of wrinkles are reduced.

The collagens in Sérum Collagène Originel also restore the wavelike structure at the junction of the skin’s layers, which is a characteristic of younger skin, counteracting the effects of chronological and biological aging.

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For spa and wellness operators, the Biologique Recherche Skin Instant Lab gives a skin diagnosis, allowing treatments to be devised that precisely match client needs.

The company’s VisioLab gives even more finely-tuned results, thanks to high definition imaging and scientific analysis of the face. Experts provide a personalised facial according to the diagnosis. Serum Collagène Originel is recommended for people who are found to have ‘established wrinkles’.

Biologique Recherche was founded 45 years ago by a family of passionate skincare experts and has a unique methodology focused on hyperpersonalisation and results-driven treatment procedures and products that guarantee results.

More: www.biologiquerecherche.com

Photo: Biologique Recherche

"The serum re-densifies skin in all three dimensions, making it tighter, smoother and plumper" – Laure Bouscharain

About collagen – Fast facts

• Collagen is a member of a family of proteins whose main function is to support the structural integrity of connective tissues such as skin, bones, cartilage and tendons

• There are 28 types of collagen in humans, with diverse structures and biological functions. They provide strength and rigidity to tissue

• Collagens also play various essential roles in cell communication

• Skin mainly contains collagen types I and III, along with a small percentage of type IV collagen

• Collagens represent about 30 per cent of the total protein mass of the human body, including more than 70 per cent of the dry weight of the dermis

• It continues to accumulate until about age 25. After 25, collagen levels in the skin naturally decrease by about 1 per cent each year, causing the skin to flatten and sag

• Skin is also more fragile and becomes thinner and more wrinkled as we age

Sérum Collagène Originel from Biologique Recherche Credit: Photo: Biologique Recherche
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Biologique Recherche: Skin restructuring

Skincare experts at Biologique Recherche have created Sérum Collagène Originel, a product containing Collagen Type 0, a patented pure collagen formulation


The R&D team at Biologique Recherche, led by Laure Bouscharain, has located the purest collagen in the world in marine jellyfish.

This organism, which hasn’t evolved in more than 600 million years, is so ancient it contains the mother of all collagen – the historical strain and origin of all collagen types, being the original protein in its raw state.

Working with an exclusive partner specialising in marine biotechnology for the medical sector, Bouscharain and her team extracted the substance and called it Type 0 Collagen.

From this the company has developed a new skincare product, Sérum Collagène Originel, adding silene extract to stimulate increases in type IV collagen production, soybean glycopeptides to act on type l collagen and primitive green marine microalgae to increase levels of type III collagen in the skin.

“We developed Sérum Collagène Originel to specifically target the main types of collagen in the skin,” says Bouscharain. “Each of its active ingredients has a specific effect on a target tissue, enabling the serum to re-densify skin in all three dimensions, making it tighter, smoother and plumper, while the length of established wrinkles is significantly reduced.”

How does it work?
The new serum is rich in proteins and essential nutrients, helping restructure the skin by stimulating the production of collagen and elastin at both gene and protein levels. This regenerates the skin, improving connections between its inner and outer layers that can weaken with age, so the skin regains firmness, skin tone, density and tightness and the appearance and length of wrinkles are reduced.

The collagens in Sérum Collagène Originel also restore the wavelike structure at the junction of the skin’s layers, which is a characteristic of younger skin, counteracting the effects of chronological and biological aging.

In the spa
For spa and wellness operators, the Biologique Recherche Skin Instant Lab gives a skin diagnosis, allowing treatments to be devised that precisely match client needs.

The company’s VisioLab gives even more finely-tuned results, thanks to high definition imaging and scientific analysis of the face. Experts provide a personalised facial according to the diagnosis. Serum Collagène Originel is recommended for people who are found to have ‘established wrinkles’.

Biologique Recherche was founded 45 years ago by a family of passionate skincare experts and has a unique methodology focused on hyperpersonalisation and results-driven treatment procedures and products that guarantee results.

More: www.biologiquerecherche.com

Photo: Biologique Recherche

"The serum re-densifies skin in all three dimensions, making it tighter, smoother and plumper" – Laure Bouscharain

About collagen – Fast facts

• Collagen is a member of a family of proteins whose main function is to support the structural integrity of connective tissues such as skin, bones, cartilage and tendons

• There are 28 types of collagen in humans, with diverse structures and biological functions. They provide strength and rigidity to tissue

• Collagens also play various essential roles in cell communication

• Skin mainly contains collagen types I and III, along with a small percentage of type IV collagen

• Collagens represent about 30 per cent of the total protein mass of the human body, including more than 70 per cent of the dry weight of the dermis

• It continues to accumulate until about age 25. After 25, collagen levels in the skin naturally decrease by about 1 per cent each year, causing the skin to flatten and sag

• Skin is also more fragile and becomes thinner and more wrinkled as we age

Sérum Collagène Originel from Biologique Recherche Credit: Photo: Biologique Recherche
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