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Collagen is the main protein in connective tissue in animals and humans. It is the most abundant protein in mammals (about 25% of the total protein mass), representing about 6% of body weight in humans. There are many types of collagen in the human body: 75% of the skin is made of Type I collagen, which guarantees tone, elasticity and skin resistance, countering the appearance of wrinkles. Integration with Type I hydrolyzed marine collagen, obtained from fish skin, provides peptides and low molecular weight amino acids, which are then rapidly absorbed.