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Natural Collagen Levels Decline with Age

Why Do Our Natural Collagen Levels Decline with Age?

No matter how healthy you are, how much exercise you do and how well you look after your skin, unfortunately it's a fact of life that collagen levels decline with age!

Although it’s a natural part of the ageing process and we’re all for ageing healthily and gracefully , the impact that collagen depletion has on our body and appearance can impact how we feel about ourselves.

 So, why does this decline in collagen happen and what can be done about it?

Why Do Our Collagen Levels Decline?        

Collagen is a prominent protein that’s found within skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bone - did you know it accounts for 30% of the body’s protein and makes up 70% of the skin? As a type of connective tissue, it’s responsible for maintaining firmness in these crucial body structures and is also vital for skin elasticity and plumpness.

Our body makes plenty of collagen when we’re young because it’s still growing and forming. It’s a balancing act however, because certain cells create collagen whilst other cells destroy collagen. Environmental factors like pollution, chemicals, smoking and alcohol can also be detrimental to collagen production.

From our mid-twenties onwards, collagen production gradually lessens. Whilst the early signs are subtle, the more visible effects of collagen decline are already showing by the time we hit our thirties and forties.

Signs that you’re losing collagen might include thinning hair, drier, duller skin and increased lines and wrinkles. Less obvious signs include muscular aches and pains, weaker bones, and joint stiffness.

How Do You Increase Collagen Naturally?

If you’re feeling the effects of ageing, and don’t want to turn to aesthetic treatments to preserve plump, youthful looking skin it can be difficult to know where to start.

It goes without saying that having a healthy lifestyle, plenty of sleep, exercise and a good diet are all going to keep you looking and feeling younger for longer.

But how can you specifically target collagen levels in the body? A natural and convenient way to help top up declining collagen levels is to take a daily liquid collagen drink including those made by Revive Collagen. You might be thinking that this sounds great, but what’s the evidence that drinking liquid collagen increases collagen levels?

Modern science has demonstrated that liquid collagen can work effectively because it contains collagen in the form of peptides, which are miniscule, invisible to the eye, molecular chains of amino acids. Revive Collagen uses Hydrolysed Marine Collagen for its core range of collagen drinks because it is more effective than traditional collagen products made of glycine and proline.

A liquid collagen plus drink like Revive Collagen Enhanced Plus delivers these tiny peptides directly to the stomach and since they’re so incredibly small, the gastric lining easily absorbs them into the bloodstream, ensuring that they’re transported all around the body to the areas that need them.

Ingesting collagen has been linked to many visible benefits including reduced wrinkles, more nourished, healthier, firmer looking skin, stronger longer nails and hair that’s thicker and more resilient. Collagen isn’t only about hair, skin, and nails though. There are unseen benefits too that users report like experiencing less joint pain, being more flexible, having more energy, and enjoying a strong, well-supported immune system.

Why Do Our Natural Collagen Levels Decline with Age

The uniquely formulated Revive Collagen Enhanced Plus works by boosting the production of collagen and hyaluronic acid. For maximum results, this powerful collagen plus drink has extra supplements, added to help support the body and mind. 

Retinol works synergistically with collagen, to promote skin renewal and boost collagen production in this great tasting premixed liquid collagen drink. Plus, Vitamins B6 and B12, are in there to fight tiredness and fatigue and support the immune system alongside antioxidants Vitamins C and D.
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