Collagen - anti aging benefits

October 8, 2015

Can we preserve our youthful looks ?

 

Collagen is a protein that forms the basis of elasticity in our skin and acts like a grid that supports our skin. If you remove the skin from the frame (collagen grid), then from being young and supple, in an hour it will turn into flabby and sagging. After 25 years of age, the natural production of collagen starts to slow down. After menopause, a decrease in collagen production takes place at about 30% per year.

 

But it is not only the amount of collagen is responsible for young looking skin young, but also the quality of collagen. Exposure to UV rays and free radicals damage the structure of the collagen fibers and may leave look the skin looking "tired" even in young women.

 

Another reason for development of "poor quality" of collagen - a violation of the assembly process of collagen, resulting in the accumulation of defective fibers that do not possess the required elasticity. This may be the case with some suppliments and treatments that do not use collagen from natural sources assimilated to our own collagen structure or products that may have been damaged in production, for example exposure to heat.

 

Another approach to increasing the absorption and effectiveness of collagen suppliments is the combination of collagen with other complimentary products such as Vitamin C and Hyaluronic acid.

 

It feels like we are in the early stage of development of the benefits of collagen and the end of skin aging as we know it today. Great advances are being made and we suggest that Prehyalonjet is an advanced supplement formulation helping us to start enjoying these benefits today.

 

We appreciate any feedback you may have on these products and look forward to working with you as we enjoy the benefits scientific approaches are bringing beauty products.

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