COLLAGEN + VITAMIN C + HYALURONIC ACID
Collagen provides the strength of your bones, the flexibility of your joints, and the smoothness of your skin. It is the primary structural component of the connective tissues found in the skin, where it confers strength and elasticity.As we age the body loses its ability to reproduce collagen which causes skin to lose its firmness causing fine lines and wrinkles. Supplements with collagen replenishes and restores the body's lost collagen through aging, but stimulates your body's natural action for producing it on its own. Supplemental collagen can increase strength around high movement areas of the skin where wrinkles form.
HYALURONIC ACID acts as a cushioning and lubrication agent for our joints, nerves, hair, skin and eyes. Around 50% of our bodies natural reserves of this substance is found in our skin. Hyaluronic acid combats the effects that the ageing process exerts on the skin. It has a role in absorbing impressive amounts of water, contributing to the skin’s natural moisture, elasticity and tone. During adulthood, levels of hyaluronic acid in the body gradually decline, and supplements can be used to replenish depleted stores.
VITAMIN C is a water-soluble vitamin and powerful antioxidant, it helps the body form and maintain connective tissue, including bones, blood vessels, and skin. It has a central role in the production of collagen.
- Collagen + Vitamin C + Hyaluronic Acid supports the re-growth of joint tissue and can help relieve joints pain. It helps prevent bone loss
- Helps recovery from sports injuries and muscle repair. This combo helps synovial fluid whose job is to reduce friction between your joint cartilage and acts as a shock absorber and lubricant.
- Collagen is an important part of healthy hair and nails growth and supports healthy teeth and gums
- As skincare combo it provides a Powerful antioxidant protection against free radical damage, stimulate collagen production for smoother skin, Gentle exfoliation for more radiant skin and Protect and repair cells from sun damage