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How Does Liquid Collagen Affect Your Skin Texture?

How Does Liquid Collagen Affect Your Skin Texture?

Many people begin taking collagen supplements as a way to improve their overall skin health, whilst also preventing signs of ageing. Collagen can positively impact many things within our body, including our hair, nails, and of course, our skin. But what does it do to improve our skin’s texture as we get older? In this article, we will be looking at the main benefits surrounding liquid collagen, if liquid collagen is good for our skin’s texture, and how to protect our natural supply of this essential protein. 

How Does Drinking Liquid Collagen Affect Your Skin?

Our skin contains collagen types 1, 2 3 naturally, and as we begin to age, these levels depreciate. Between the ages of 18 to 29, our body's natural production of this protein starts to slow, and begins to lose collagen at a rate of 1.5% per year.

Collagen is vital, this fibre-like structure is used to make connective tissue, a major component of our skin, muscles, cartilage, tendons, and bones. Adding a liquid collagen supplement to your daily routine can help replenish your natural collagen supply, and help you feel great from the inside out! There are many benefits to drinking liquid collagen for your skin, such as:

  • Improving your skin's overall hydration and aiding it in maintaining moisture
  • Reducing general signs of ageing, such as fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improving overall skin texture
  • Enhancing the dermal thickness of our skin
  • Supporting the elasticity of the skin

On top of these beauty benefits, taking liquid collagen could also strengthen you from the inside. Other known possible benefits include:

  • Rejuvenating skin cells
  • Maintaining our bone health
  • Improving or supporting our joint health
  • Enhancing our nail and hair growth

Does Liquid Collagen Affect Skin Texture?

As we age, we will notice that our skin texture changes. This is because, during the ageing process, our outer layer of skin (our epidermis) thins and the amount of our pigment-containing cells decreases. This means our skin can begin to appear thinner, less bright, and sometimes paler. Fine lines around the eyes, mouth, and forehead can too start to become more apparent. Therefore liquid collagen is an excellent addition to any beauty regime to help support the skin as we get older. 

Our Revive Collagen Enhanced Plus contains Retinol, which has been added to further promote the skin's overall renewal and enhance natural collagen production. This can leave skin looking brighter and more youthful. Moreover, you will find that the added Vitamin C & D will also work to brighten your skin tone, reduce signs of ageing, and help balance out your skin tone. Not to mention, it can also increase your iron absorption and contribute towards a normal collagen formation - what’s not to love!

Can You Protect Your Natural Production of Collagen?

Taking liquid collagen supplements is a great way to support your natural production of this vital protein, but besides adding one sachet a day to your beauty regimen, there are also some other things you can do to further protect your natural supply. 

Firstly, suncream with a high SPF (ideally 50 for the face)  is a must! The ultraviolet light from the sun breaks down our collagen supply, so it's of the utmost importance to apply sunscreen every single day before you leave the house. Also, it doesn’t matter what season it is! You can even be affected by the sun in the winter, so applying SPF all year round is non-negotiable.

Antioxidants, like the ones found in many varieties of fruit and vegetables, can also prevent collagen breakdown. So, when you are planning your next meal, consider including some broccoli, spinach, carrots, or potatoes, for added antioxidants. 

Vitamin C also plays a key role in the protection of your skin and your natural protection of collagen - which is why we include it in our Revive Collagen Enhanced Plus variety. Make sure that you also have lots of Vitamin C plentiful foods in your diet e.g. citrus fruits, kiwis, and red cabbages that can not only shield your production of collagen but actually boost it!
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