Include Marine Collagen in Your Anti-Aging Skincare Routine!
“Aging is a fact of life, looking your age is not!” , a famous quote by the American dermatologist and skin health specialist Dr Howard Murad, inspires us to take control of the way we age and begin a daily-skincare regimen to look much younger than our age!
Aging is inevitable but we can take care of our skin everyday and nourish it from within to look youthful and healthy. Skincare products that promise younger skin are dime a dozen in the market. They can be applied on skin to protect it from sun, dust, pollution and other detrimental elements.
However the skin needs care that is literally skin deep!
Collagen-The Best Anti-Ageing Skin Care Product
Healthy and supple looking skin is the first indicator of wellbeing and beauty. Our skin needs specific nourishment through a diet that caters to its nutritional needs. Collagen, a protein found abundantly in the body, is one of the major building blocks that gives structure to skin and keeps it healthy and young.
Type I collagen is considered best for the skin as it boosts elasticity and hydration of skin. It reduces fine lines and formation of wrinkles and improves skin texture. It also strengthens your nails and helps you grow stronger, thicker and shinier hair.
Consuming foods rich in vitamin C, which helps in collagen production and intake of amino acid-rich foods can increase the levels of hyaluronic acid, which nourishes and hydrates the collagen in skin.
But as we age, our body produces less collagen, which results in skin ageing. Prolonged exposure to external factors like, air pollution, UV radiation, stress, lifestyle related stressors like smoking, poor nutrition, lack of sleep, no exercise etc, adversely affect skin and bring early onset of skin ageing.
Research shows that women do age faster than men. While both men and women lose approximately the same amount of collagen with age, during menopause this collagen loss is greatly inflated for women. Studies show that menopausal women have lower collagen levels as compared to men of the same age.
A lot of research has been done to find ways and foods that reverse the clock of ageing and restore youthfulness that is desired by everyone. It is found that oral collagen supplements increase skin elasticity, hydration, and dermal collagen density.
Studies have shown that Type 1 collagen, which is essential for skin health and anti-ageing results, is abundantly found in Marine Collagen. It is considered a superior source of hydrolyzed peptides (Type 1) as compared to bovine or porcine sources of collagen.
Wellbeing Nutrition’s Pure Korean Marine Collagen To The Rescue
Amidst the collagen sourced from marine organisms, wild-caught marine collagen, which is sourced from wild-caught fish is one of the most pure sources of marine collagen.
We recommend adding Wellbeing Nutritions’s Pure Korean Marine Collagen to your daily routine to see your skin become supple, smooth and younger in no time!
Pure Korean Marine Collagen is sourced from the deep-sea fishes in the pristine waters of Korea. This purest form of collagen is highly efficacious and free of harmful antibiotics and GMO feed.
This advanced Nano Science formula contains pure 8000 mg of Premium Wild Caught Marine Collagen from Korea hydrolyzed to an advanced low molecular weight, which makes it 100% bioavailable. It contains Pure Multi Collagen Type I & III Peptides, which are hydrolyzed to a low 3000 Dalton molecular weight to make it the purest, best collagen on earth that delivers best results
It is a patented and scientifically researched formulation, created using innovative science, following global standards of development that makes the skin firmer, smoother and younger-looking with visibly reduced fine lines, wrinkles, and pigmentation.
Marine fish collagen and collagen peptides have been widely used as functional foods or dietary supplements that improve skin health and texture due to their homology to human collagen structure and higher bioavailability.
Pure Korean Marine Collagen is the best in class marine collagen supplement which is unflavored, easy to mix, and enzymatically processed to keep the peptides intact while also being mercury-free, gluten-free, non-GMO verified, pescatarian-friendly, keto and paleo certified as well as halal and kosher certified.
Studies show that you can notice visible results as early as four to six weeks after getting started on your collagen supplements. With consistent use of our marine collagen, you’ll notice a radiant change in the quality of your skin, nails and hair!
Skin is not just a mirror of beauty and youth but an essential barrier that protects us from the threats of the external environment. We may be able to change clothes to look better from the outside but we live in our skin everyday. Hence its upkeep must be a part of our daily routine.
Our skin needs dedicated nutrition and care that helps it heal, hydrate and rejuvenate itself. A balanced diet, active lifestyle and good quality dietary supplements can provide it with adequate nourishment. If you wish to look your natural best then invest in your skin wisely and lovingly!
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