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What is collagen?

Collagen is the main component in human skin and accounts for nearly 80% of it. So, when our collagen production slows down, our skin develops wrinkles.

Though the human body creates collagen naturally, the amount of collagen, it creates decreases over time. From our early twenties it starts to decline at a rate of 1.5% a year and by the age of 60, most women have lost 80% of their collagen levels. As it does, our skin and body begin to lose its ability to bounce back.

Why should I start taking a daily collagen drink?

The natural level of collagen in our bodies decreases over time, but by drinking Revive Collagen daily, it can help to boost the body’s collagen levels and slow down this structural decline of the skin and other bodily components. Revive Collagen decreases the speed of ageing by stimulating the creation of collagen and hyaluronic acid in our bodies.

Why is the amount of collagen dosage important?

Each Revive Collagen sachet contains between 8,500 - 10,000 MG of high-quality marine collagen. Hydrolyzed collagen is absorbed faster and more easily than other forms of ingestible collagen, meaning you’ll see results quicker. Users can expect to see visible results in just 6-8 weeks, with consistent use.

Why is Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen More Effective?

Revive Collagen uses Type 1 Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen. This collagen is collected from ethically farmed fish skin which breaks down into small collagen chains. This process is called hydrolysis and results in collagen peptides.

Hydrolyzed collagen is known to be more effective than collagen products which are made only of glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline.

Revive Collagen will benefit your skin, hair, nails and joints, allowing you to regain some of that youthful glow

Can Collagen Be Absorbed into the Bloodstream?

The body can’t absorb collagen in its whole form, that’s why we use Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen in Revive Collagen.

The hydrolysis process breaks the collagen down into small, bioavailable components, similar to how our bodies break down food during digestion. Hydrolyzed collagen is immediately available for absorption. During the process of hydrolysis, the super collagen molecule gets broken down into minute-sized fragments, called peptides. The peptides are then small enough to be easily absorbed through the intestine and then into the bloodstream. Collagen peptides can enter the bloodstream and are distributed throughout your body, similarly to other nutrients absorbed from food. These then make it to the skin, hair and nails, along with other parts of your body.

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