Usually isolated from wheat, Proline and its derivate hydroxyproline, make up some 21% of the amino-acid residues found in collagen, the fibrous protein of connective tissue.
As A Treatment"Non-essential amino acid..."
Pro. A naturally occurring amino acid with a heterocyclic ring that is classified as nonessential in the diet.
(Pro, P) An amino acid.
amino acid vital to the composition and production collagen; possibly ineffective in topical products.
An amino acid that is known for its moisturizing properties.
an amino acid that is found in many proteins (especially collagen)
unusual amino acid that introduces a kink into a protein chain.
Is essential for collagen formation and maintance. It is useful in wound healing and protects the body tissues from the affects of age.
It is a kind of amino acid formed upon digestion of protein.
An amino acid, C5H9O2N, occurring in many proteins.
An amino acid that is known for its moisturising properties, it also helps provide firmness and elasticity to the skin.
An amino acid that when combined with sodium PCA, has been demonstrated to provide excellent moisture absorption and retention properties to the skin.
L-Proline is one of the twenty proteinogenic units which are used in living organisms as the building blocks of proteins. The other nineteen units are all primary amino acids, but due to the cyclic binding of the three-carbon side chain to the nitrogen of the backbone, proline lacks a primary amine group (âˆ’NH2). The nitrogen in proline is properly referred to as a secondary amine.