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Frequently Asked Questions

To help you learn more about IMEDEEN BioMarine Complex and Antioxidant Dietary Supplements, we have provided answers to a list of frequently (and not so frequently) asked questions about IMEDEEN, its effects, and its suitability for different types of people.

 

General Questions

 
    • IMEDEEN tablets can be taken as part of your daily skincare routine as long as desired. Studies have shown that IMEDEEN skin rejuvenating tablets are safe for long-term use. Furthermore, comprehensive safety studies and evaluations have confirmed safe use.
    • As with any supplement, consult your doctor or healthcare provider before use. Pregnant or lactating women should not take any dietary supplements unless recommended by their doctor or healthcare professional. 
     
    • The condition your skin was in before you started taking IMEDEEN tablets was the result of many years of skin deterioration. Similarly, should you stop using IMEDEEN Anti-Aging skin tablets, the results you have obtained will not disappear overnight, but may recede gradually. 
     
    • It has been reported from the clinical studies and from consumers that effects are seen on other parts of the body, such as the chest, hands, and elbows.* 
    • We have not evaluated the beneficial effects of IMEDEEN on oily skin.
    • IMEDEEN tablets do not work as a sun protector — always use a sunscreen with an appropriate SPF when outside.
    • IMEDEEN skincare tablets are recommended to anyone who wishes to maintain a naturally beautiful and healthy appearance. * 

    *  These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration.These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Formula & Ingredients

 
    • No. IMEDEEN tablets are not kosher.
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    • IMEDEEN tablets do not contain a significant amount of fat and therefore would not contribute to weight gain. 

     

    • Please see the box for a complete list of ingredients.
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    • Grape seed extract is included in certain IMEDEEN formulas because the polyphenol compounds found in grape seeds are known to have antioxidant properties, which help decrease the amount of free radicals in water-based environments such as cell plasma.*
    • Yes. Lycopene is the pigment that gives tomatoes and watermelons their bright red colour. Its molecular configuration makes it one of the best natural free radical scavengers. It plays an important role in defending lipophilic (fat-based) environments, such as the cell membranes, against damage by free radicals.*
    • An antioxidant helps defend cells, including the body’s skin cells, against oxidation. Found naturally in the body and skin, antioxidants are stable molecules from which free radicals can “steal” an extra electron to become neutralized. In this way, antioxidants help defend the skin against free radicals.
    • Fish oils are an energy source and building blocks for cell membranes while fish proteins are building blocks for various proteins including collagen, fibrillin, and elastin, which are important to the structure and density of the skin.*
    • Fish proteins are water soluble and can contain amino acids and peptides that can play a role in the formation (synthesis) of collagen and other supportive proteins, important for the structure and density of the skin*
    • Fish oils are soluble fatty acids. The long-chain fatty acids EPA and DHA are essential for all cells in the body including the skin. Their main function in the body is to build and support cell structure and membrane fluidity (flexibility)

     

     
    • The BioMarine Complex in all US tablets is a proprietary blend of fish proteins and polysaccharides that provide elements important for skin structure and moisture, similar to those naturally found in the skin's supporting tissue.* The ingredients in the BioMarine Complex are similar to the proteins found in the dermal layer of the skin – collagen and elastin. It has been studied on its own (in-vitro) and as part of IMEDEEN formulations in clinical studies. 
     
    • The lycopene is extracted from red, ripe, specially grown tomatoes. 
    • Polysaccharides are the sugar molecules that create the moisture binding, gel-like substance in the skin. These molecules can bind up to 1000 times their weight in moisture and are responsible for the skin's hydration. 
     

When and How to Use it

 

Safety