As we age, collagen depletes and our assets can become “unglued”. Complexions begin to lose their squeeze resulting in dull, dry, aging skin. find chemistry
There’s a positive correlation between collagen levels and a diet rich in omega 3 fatty acids (fish oils and flax seed oils), vitamin D and a lot of plant protein (soy protein, nut butters and hummus dip). Ditch the doughnuts, as sugar attaches itself to collagen and weighs it down.
On average, we produce around 1% less collagen in our skin each year, so we need to replace that and keep our levels ‘topped up’. For this you need easily-absorbed. seriously hydrating formulations like the pre-soaked Lift & Plump Sheet Mask by Lancer Skincare and Perricone MD’s Re: Firm Skin Smoothing Treatment.