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Is hydrolyzed elastin vegan?

Hydrolyzed elastin is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hydrolyzed elastin?

Hydrolyzed elastin is a protein extracted from elastin, a connective tissue found in the human body. It is a powerful ingredient that has been shown to improve skin elasticity, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and enhance overall skin health. Hydrolyzed elastin is easily absorbed by the skin, making it an effective ingredient in skincare products such as moisturizers, serums, and anti-aging creams. This ingredient is also commonly used in hair care products, as it helps to strengthen and protect hair strands from damage, resulting in stronger, healthier-looking hair.

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