Fish collagen (Atelocollagen)

Fish collagen (Atelocollagen)

- Fish collagen is produced by using the skin of fishes living in the pristine shore around Jeju. - Fish collagen will hardly cause an immune reaction as it is made of atelocollagen, a kind of collagen deprived of telopeptide, an antigen substance. Also, it can be metabolized and absorbed within a short period.

CHOUNG RYONG

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Choung Ryong, located at Seogwipo, the southernmost part of Korea, is a company which has been working for processing and manufacturing foods for 36 years. Choung Ryong has recently entered the indust...Choung Ryong, located at Seogwipo, the southernmost part of Korea, is a company which has been working for processing and manufacturing foods for 36 years. Choung Ryong has recently entered the industry of beauty living organism involved in primary, secondary and tertiary industries and established a cosmetic firm as a part of generous investment for the second takeoff. Choung Ryong is producing 5 cosmetic raw materials from Jeju living organisms including Jeju coral extract, fish collagen, collagen peptide, fermented horse placenta, and fermented fish oil by constant technology development, and it will continue to conducting research and development.More

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