Verisol collagen peptides approved by ANVISA for use in food supplements

December 21, 2020
Alissa Marrapodi

ANVISA (the National Health Surveillance Agency in Brazil) approves Verisol collagen peptides from Gelita for use in food supplements for skin health.

ANVISA (the National Health Surveillance Agency in Brazil) approves Verisol from Gelita (Sergeant Bluff, IA) for use in food supplements for skin health.

“The evaluation process put our product to a high standard test, and we are pleased that the Agency recognized the safety and efficacy of Verisol,” said Gelita’s Stephan Hausmanns, PhD, vice president, health and nutrition, in a press release. “This success also demonstrates Gelita’s continuous leadership within the collagen market, emphasizing that not all collagen peptides have an equal efficacy. Verisol is so far the only collagen peptide to prove its bioactive benefits for skin health in the Brazilian market.”

Verisol’s collagen peptides are designed to provide the highest possible efficacy in human skin by stimulating fibroblast cells in the dermis, which substantially increases the renewal and repair of collagen, elastin, and proteoglycans. As a result, the epidermis is supported from within to support skin firmness. Six studies support the efficacy of Verisol. Their effect on skin elasticity, wrinkles, fine lines, cellulite, nails, and hair was researched and confirmed.

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