Hydrolyzed Collagen And Beauty

Are you looking for ways to look younger and feel revitalized?

Hydrolyzed collagen has been shown to decrease fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin in dozens of comprehensive clinical studies conducted in Japan, France, and other parts of the world.

For Beauty

Hydrolyzed collagen has been used in beauty treatments for over 20 years. Its use as a dietary supplement has been going on even longer, with continued evidence of safety and cosmetic benefit. From the “Jell-O for healthy nails” slogans of the 1950s, to the sophisticated topical creams and body lotions of the 21st century, it is widely promoted for its affect upon the skin, hair, nails, and overall health.

The Source

Collagen is a highly purified extract taken from the connective tissues of animals (such as pigs, cows, fish, etc.). When boiled, these connective tissues release this vital substance that is essential to healthy hair, nails, and skin. Hydrolyzed collagen is chemically purified, and is chemically distinct from its original form enough that is considered kosher.

The Need

Scientific studies conducted within the last 20 years show that part of the reason for the visual effects of aging is the fact that our bodies lose collagen as we get older. When young, our skin is highly elastic, our hair is supple, and nothing sags. As we increase in years, the body’s ability to manufacture it from elements found in our diet decreases. This is compounded by stress, poor diet, chemical alterations in the soil, and other conditions.

Age + Stress = Wrinkles and Sagging Skin

So does this mean that the more stress and worry we have, the older we look? In part, yes. But we can help the human body regain some of the collagen it is missing by supplementing with the hydrolyzed kind, either as a dietary supplement (taken internally) or applied topically (such as in a beauty cream or lotion that contains some).

Best for Beauty

Hydrolyzed collagen is the easiest form for the body to absorb. 75 percent of it that you apply to your skin topically will be absorbed by the bloodstream within 1 hour. Once in the bloodstream, it spreads throughout the body and goes where it is needed.