ANTI-AGING MOLECULAR COLLAGEN POWDER
AntiAging Molecular Collagen is made from tiny molecular particles of collagen, the building blocks of your skin, low-density hyaluronic acid for a supple, youthful appearance, vitamin C and biotin.
The difference between my Brightening Molecular Collagen Powder and my AntiAging Molecular Collagen: Both formulas contain the same amount of my super concentrated molecular collagen, vitamin C and biotin. However, both formulas contain a different ingredient: The formula contains Glutathione, a powerful antioxidant that helps whiten the skin, while the AntiAging Molecular Collagen contains Hyaluronic Acid, a nutrient that helps reduce flaccidity.
Collagen is essential to your body's health and appearance, maintaining proper levels of collagen in your body becomes more difficult as you age. The use of my Molecular Collagen supplements goes beyond skin care. My collagen peptide molecules have additional potential health benefits.
During youth, your body produces enough collagen to keep your tissues young and supple. Consequently, as you age, you may notice more sagging, folds, and wrinkles on your face and neck. In addition to its effects on physical appearance, collagen levels also influence the overall youthfulness of the skin, hair, nails, bones, joints, and connective tissues.
Did you know that in average:
- 25% of your body's collagen is lost by the age of 40.
- 50% of its juvenile production is lost at 60 years of age.
- 75% of collagen levels are lost by the age of 80.
Unlike other products that contain only hydrolyzed collagen, regular use of peptide molecules found in my Molecular Collagen can provide your skin with noticeable benefits and protect against these signs of aging.
Collagen production and maintenance require other dietary components besides amino acids. Vitamin C, for instance, is necessary for collagen synthesis, so having insufficient amounts of it can interfere with collagen production. It is therefore imperative to consume plenty of vitamin C-rich foods and/or supplements to promote a healthy collagen production process.
Fibroblasts are cells that produce and maintain collagen in connective tissue. A person's collagen becomes degraded as they age, their fibroblast function slows down, and their collagen output decreases. These changes and the fact that our production of the elastin protein also decreases as we age are what lead to wrinkles and sagging skin.
Vitamin C- In the world of skin care, vitamin C is highly regarded. Several consider it to be the ultimate resource for everything skin related. The potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of this nutrient have been shown to improve skin tone and texture, replenish skin moisture, and delay signs of aging. You can brighten your complexion and help to prevent skin damage caused by sun exposure and harmful free radicals by adding vitamin C to your daily intake.
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, plays an instrumental part in keeping your skin healthy. Topical vitamin C is clinically proven to have a wide range of clinical purposes thanks to its antioxidant, anti-aging, and anti-pigmentary characteristics.
Biotin- Biotin is a complex B vitamin that benefits you inside and out. The "beauty" vitamin biotin maintains the keratin structure of your body, one of the most essential proteins for healthy skin, hair, and nails. Researchers have also found that biotin improves skin hydration, smoothness, and appearance. It has been said to strengthen fingernails and speed up their growth, according to some studies.
Biotin is well known for its hair-health benefits and keeping your skin, hair, and nails healthy and strong requires this important vitamin. In fact, biotin deficiency may lead to brittle nails, split hair, and dry skin that is easily irritated.
Besides maintaining hair, skin and nail health, biotin helps your body use enzymes and transports nutrients throughout your body. Consuming ample amounts of biotin has been linked to added benefits such as controlling blood sugar, promoting heart health, boosting metabolism, and supporting muscular health.
Hyaluronic Acid- The body naturally contains hyaluronic acid or HA, which is found in your eyes, skin, and joints. This substance retains moisture and keeps joints and tissues lubricated. Scientists can also make it in a lab and this lab-made formula can benefit a variety of body functions. In addition to making your Hair, Skin and Nails look and feel great, it helps replenish diminishing levels of essential proteins, vitamins, and polysaccharides your body needs to function properly.
Known as a moisture magnet, this ingredient controls water within the skin's surface. In fact, hyaluronic acid binds water to skin cells, ensuring that every layer of your skin is replenished with moisture. It absorbs water like a sponge and. is able to hold 1,000 times its weight in water, providing superior skin hydration that lasts for hours.
The role of hyaluronic acid in skin hydration cannot be overstated. As we age, our skin loses moisture. Having enough hyaluronic acid in your system during this aging process is crucial for skin hydration. Proper hydration results in smooth, radiant skin that is more youthful looking.
Collagen can't be produced by your body, so it must be obtained from your diet and supplements.
It is important to know that there are nearly two dozen types of collagens available for your body to obtain the extra collagen it may need.
The three types of collagens that make up 80-90% of your body's total collagen are:
- Type I – Found primarily in skin, connective tissues, bones, teeth, tendons, ligaments, and organs, it is the most prevalent form of collagen in your body.
- Type II – Most of your joint cartilage is composed of this type of collagen.
- Type III – Found mostly in your skin, muscles, and gastrointestinal tract.
Collagen of all three types is necessary for a healthy, youthful body.
Feel confident that your body's tissues, bones, and joints are receiving the support they require while looking younger and moving with ease.