Help boost Collagen

CollagentDid you know that collagen in our body is responsible for plump, firm, smooth skin but as we age our collagen supply is depleted, resulting in lines and sagging. It reduces at a rate of about 1% per year This means that we can naturally lose almost half the collagen from our skin by the age of 50 and this can can happen even faster with too much exposure to the sun and environmental toxins !

So what is Collagen?

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), collagen can be defined as a glue-like substance that is highly durable. It actually makes up one-third of our body protein! Collagen is a network of proteins naturally produced in the body that are high in amino acids proline and hydroxyproline. This substance is responsible for strengthening blood vessels and giving our skin its elasticity. Naturally as we age, we produce less collagen which causes wrinkles and fine lines. Collagen is also responsible for having strong and healthy nails and hair! It’s actually the most common protein found in the body as it makes up to 30% of the protein in the body and 70% of the protein in the skin*!

Collagen in plastic surgery is quite popular as it is injected into the face to plump skin. However, you don’t need to be injected with needles and harsh chemicals to reap the benefits of collagen! By using a collagen supplements or Toxic free rejuvenating facial mask, this can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Natural and painless, who doesn’t want that!

My two go to products for a collagen boost are the Arbonne Collagen Supplement & RE9 Renewal mask ! Magic does exist …….

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