How Collagen Peptides are Changing Lives

September 11, 2018

How Collagen Peptides are Changing Lives

DeepMarine’s Canadian-Made Collagen

DeepMarine is extremely proud to produce a 100% made-in-Canada collagen.  “Made-in-Canada” assures our customers that our collagen is made from the highest quality raw materials and that production meets the world’s strictest health and safety standards.  DeepMarine's small molecule collagen is highly  bioavailable and easily absorbed through the gut lining.  Better absorption means dramatic results.

Reduces Pain | Rejuvenates Joints

Cartilage loss from osteoarthritis and sports injury damage cause joint pain and reduces quality of life.  DeepMarine Collagen is especially effective at increasing collagen in joint tissues which significantly reduces joint pain, improves joint function.  It’s also extremely effective and reducing inflammation which further reduces pain and increases joint flexibility.

Improves Bone Density | Fights Osteoporosis

More than ½ of Americans over age 55 suffer from low bone mass, which makes their bones brittle, fragile and susceptible to fractures and breaks. Collagen makes up 90% of protein in bone and provides the structural framework for minerals to bind to, ensuring strong bones. Without this essential framework bones become weak, brittle and are at increased risk of developing osteoporosis. DM enhances the function of the cells that build bone tissue,  improving bone mineral density for stronger more robust bone health.  Increased bone strength leads to better quality of life as we age.

Younger Looking, Well Hydrated Skin

DM’s Canadian Collagen improves the integrity and structure of your skin, strengthens the skin barrier, reduces moisture loss and improves hydration.  With daily use of DeepMarine, fine lines and hyperpigmentation spots fade away.  Skin hydration increases and skin tone evens out for an overall healthier, younger look.

Strong Anti-inflammatory

Inflammation is part of the body’s immune response, but chronic inflammation is at the root of a staggering number of health conditions - arthritis, heart disease, eczema, dermatitis asthma and more.  DM reduces inflammation by calming the release of inflammatory cytokines which reduces chronic inflammation and speeds tissue healing.

Improves Gut Health

DeepMarine’s Canadian Collagen    improves the integrity of the gut lining and builds the tissues that line the colon and GI tract.  DeepMarine works to replenish depleted collagen levels which help reduce inflammatory bowel disease, crohn’s disese, ulcerative colitis and reflux.

Resolves Dermatitis & Eczema

DeepMarine Collagen works quickly to calm skin inflammation associated with eczema and dermatitis.  It fortifies skin strength and integrity, stops itching, heal sores and strengthen the skin barrier to lock in moisture. Also see,   HOW TO SOOTHE DRY, ITCHY SKIN


Itchy skin, thinning hair, brittle nails, joint pain, and osteoporosis are common symptoms of menopause that can be directly attributed to a decline in collagen production.  It is now well understood that estrogen levels are tightly tied to collagen production, so as estrogen drops so does collagen.  DeepMarine effectively alleviates the pain and discomfort associated with many menopausal symptoms.

Hair and Nails

Both hair and nails rely on abundant collagen levels around the follicle and nail bed to remain strong and healthy.  DeepMarine boosts the body’s collagen stores in these areas which, in turn, gives hair it’s shine and nails their strength.  Many DeepMarine users have noticed an increase in hair volume and thickness and strength of their nails.

DM has changed the lives of many people suffering from painful and troubling conditions associated with inflammation and low collagen production. We can't wait to hear how DeepMarine is helping you!


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