Why Marine Collagen Can Benefit You

Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies and the second largest substance in the body behind water. It’s found in your skin, muscles, bones, blood vessels, digestive system and tendons. It’s what helps […]

Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies and the second largest substance in the body behind water. It’s found in your skin, muscles, bones, blood vessels, digestive system and tendons. It’s what helps gives our skin strength, elasticity and a youthful appearance. When it comes to our joints, it’s the “glue” that helps hold the body together.

After the age of 25, collagen levels in our body start to decline which causes the effects of ageing such as wrinkles, sagging skin and joint pain.  Not only that, but lifestyle factors including smoking, high sun exposure and high sugar diets also contribute to depleting collagen levels.

To sustain our collagen levels, supplementation of a natural collagen can help us to turn back the clock and provide us with a youthful appearance, thicker hair and stronger nails.

YOUR SKIN

Collagen is the main structural element of skin and helps skin to be firm, strong and plump. The role of collagen in skin is to maintain the structure and lock in moisture. Without it, skin would lose its elasticity, causing it to sag.
Marine Collagen supplementation can counteract the effects of collagen depletion within our skin and promote a more glowing complexion. Smooth, firm skin is the result of large collagen levels under the skin, therefore maintaining these levels is essential for a youthful appearance.

 

 

 

 

 

YOUR HAIR

When collagen levels start to drop in our bodies, the quality of our hair will become affected. Mixing this with pollution, hair straighteners, curling wands and colouring is a recipe for disaster on our locks. Incorporating daily collagen supplementation within our diets can help to support our bodies hair building proteins, leading to longer and thicker hair. Not only that but collagen is very effective in treating dry and brittle hair by increasing moisture levels within the hair fibres.

 

 

 

 

YOUR NAILS

A decrease of collagen in our nails will lead to breakage and brittleness. Moreover, acrylics, shellac and gel nail polishes will all contribute to the nail structure weakening and our cuticles splitting. Weak nails are one of the first signs of stress in the body which is why keeping them strong and healthy is essential. By restoring collagen levels in the body with a marine collagen supplement this will encourage healthier, stronger and faster growing nails.

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