Collagen: your skin’s natural aging prevention

By August 8, 2017Blog Regular

Maintain bouncy, radiant skin by stimulating collagen production

You can’t discuss skin care without talking about collagen. A key component in skin aging, collagen is basically your skin’s architect. This naturally occurring protein works in the inner layers of the dermis, designing and constructing your skins structural mold. Collagen is found throughout the body, making up approximately 70% of the skin’s protein. It builds and borders cellular walls, giving skin its shape and elasticity.

As we age, significant changes take place under the skins surface, collagen production starts slowing down and is affected by UVA/UVB rays and free radicals. Between the age of 20-40 the skin’s collagen diminishes by up to 50 per cent.

So what does this mean? It means our firm, smooth and plump skin starts to thin, sag and wrinkle.

To keep your complexion looking radiant as you age, incorporate into your skin care routine products such as retinol reface and collagen booster to help your skin combat the signs of skin aging.
Retinol reface fills a big role in the collagen repair process, working as a skin resurfacer, it helps to speed up cell turnover and stimulate collagen production. Collagen booster contains peptides that work to sustain and protect collagen in the skin. Together these products create the ultimate skin renewal formula. Adding 2-3 drops of collagen booster to your retinol reface will not only help natural collagen production, but also smooth, tone and tighten your skin, slowing down the aging process.

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collagen is basically our skin’s architect.

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