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Collagen-light for your health

Collarium® mon amie

Collarium® mon amie - easy to operate with relaxation guaranteed - offers anti-aging and long-lasting vitality for your skin. mon amie is the world’s first Collarium® equipped with a technology which is unrivalled in the beauty industry. This technology is not only new but revolutionary: the perfect interaction of collagen-light therapy and optional UV-tanning fill up your energy tanks in the pleasant light atmosphere of mon amie.

medical study – Vitamin D enhances performance

Strong muscles need a sufficient supply of vitamin D, which was proven by a current medical study carried out by the Institute for Performance Diagnosis and Sports Traumatology in Koblenz.

For the study, the team led by Prof. Dr. Peter Billigmann examined a group of participants consisting of around 30 ambitious recreational sportsmen and professional athletes between the ages of 18 and 60. The study had a three-month duration during which the participants carried on with their normal training programme. At the beginning and at the end of the study the metabolic parameter “total creatine kinase” and “myoglobin”, as well as various physiological performance parameters were measured. In addition, the participants of the study were divided into three groups according to their vitamin D serum level – ideal range, vitamin D deficiency and serious vitamin D deficiency. Thereafter they were allotted varying amounts of sun tanning time in the mon amie Collarium® based on the vitamin D serum level, skin type and subjective perception. First of all, the result of this study proves that the vitamin D serum levels were verifiably increased by an individual sun tanning session in the mon amie Collarium®. Secondly, the catabolic metabolic state was enhanced and can thus be seen as a direct indication of improved regeneration and viewed as an indirect indication for improved physical performance.

The entire study is available directly from KBL AG. Fon: +49 (0) 2689.94260

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Best Spa Innovation Technique

European award for Collarium® mon amie

Comperable with the Oscar for the film industry the HEALTH & SPA AWARD is unique and the highest award for wellness-companies and- innovations in Europe. A few days ago at a gala event at the Palais Hansen in Vienna the Collarium® mon amie was honored by an independent jury in a comprehensive assessment in the category “Best Spa Innovation Technique” - as "Best in Germany". Now it is certain that the revolutionary collagen-light therapy from KBL AG is “THE product 2014” for the beauty, wellness and SPA sector when it comes to vitamin D, anti-aging and vitality in a soothing atmosphere of light

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Light extends life expectancy

Long-term Swedish study of 30,000 women produces observational evidence.

Sunlight exposure and fair skin are major determinants of vitamin D production, but they are also risk factors for cutaneous malignant melanoma. Swedish researchers have now investigated the influence of sunlight on all-cause mortality in a 20-year study of 30,000 women.

As a baseline for the study, the participants provided the researchers with detailed information on their sun exposure habits. The scientists discovered that all-cause mortality was inversely related to sun exposure habits. The mortality rate of women who avoided sunlight was twice as high as that of women who spent the most time in the sun.
„In their study, the Swedish researchers have provided observational evidence that avoiding sunlight increases all-cause mortality. The restrictive advice given by countries with low levels of sunlight to protect against or even avoid sunlight can in fact be a risk to women‘s health“, says Ad Brand of the Sunlight Research Forum (SRF).

1) Liu, D. et al. (2013): UVA lowers blood pressure and vasodilates the systemic arterial vasculature by mobilisation of cutaneous nitric oxide stores International Investigative Dermatology, the 6th Joint Meeting of the European Society for Dermatological Research (ESDR) and the Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology (JSID), May 2013 Edinburgh, Scotland, Poster 1247.

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