It is a kind of protein naturally found in our body and produced from the moment we are born.

Collagen, which is found in large amounts in the skin, tendons, cartilage, bones and cornea of ​​the eye, is also very important for the musculoskeletal system.

It is an important structural protein in the elasticity and regeneration of all connective tissues, and the strengthening of hair and nails.


Although it is a naturally synthesized protein in the body, some factors can cause a decrease in collagen synthesis in the body. Collagen production in the body slows down, especially with age. Many factors such as modern lifestyle, poor diet, high exposure to the sun, smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, not paying attention to daily vitamin C, polluted air, intense sports activity, sleep disorder reduce the collagen stores in the body.


As a result of all these, collagen protein, which is abundant in the connective tissue, joints and skin, begins to decrease over the years and lose its structural integrity. This decrease begins in the 30s.



Type 1, 2 and 3 collagens are the most important.

75% of the skin consists of 1 and 3 collagen.

When applied to the skin, it moisturizes intensely as it has the power to trap water. It gives elasticity and firmness to the skin.

Thanks to collagen, the skin becomes more flexible, wrinkles are reduced, protects heart health, regulates the digestive system, protects the eyes, strengthens bones.


Bone broth, meat, fish and chicken, and red fruits and vegetables are the foods most concentrated in collagen.


Collagen Support

Folic acid: Folic acid, which is important for a healthy skin appearance, also provides elasticity to the skin by increasing collagen synthesis and supports cell regeneration.


Vitamin K: Vitamin K not only accelerates the production of collagen, which forms the skeleton of the skin, but also supports the synthesis of elastin, which gives elasticity to the skin.


Vitamin C: Plays a major role in the synthesis and stabilization of collagen in the body. It delays aging by brightening the skin.





Nanolaser peeling: Superficial peeling processes to be performed with the help of laser clean the upper layer and renew the skin. This application also increases the production of collagen.


Pure DNA injection: Purified DNA injections provide subcutaneous moistening, nutrition and triggering of collagen production.


BBL: Broad-spectrum light technology not only increases the formation of new collagen by providing a warning without damaging the skin, but also prevents the deterioration of DNA due to aging.




Collagen induction therapy: It provides thickening of the skin, increase in elasticity and general skin quality in the area where it is injected.