The ONE thing that will automatically make you look good

Those nightly social media scrolls won't help you lose weight. 

We'll tell you what will.

So many people are looking for that next beauty or weight loss hack. Not many people realize that the best hack is already built into your body. 

Collagen of course!

Collagen is the one thing that will automatically make you look and feel good. It takes up 30% of your body’s protein¹ so, trust us, you have enough to work with!

It gives your body the 3 S’s:

  • Structure
  • Strength
  • Support

Found in skin, bones, and connective tissue, collagen is there to maintain joint health and keep your skin tight and glowy. Collagen decreases over time as we age resulting in wrinkles, fine lines, and hair thinning. 

That’s why studies have shown that incorporating collagen supplements or powders into your daily routine can do wonders for your collagen production.

One study took 44 healthy women aged between 39 and 75, giving half collagen, and the others, a placebo². They found a significant increase in hair thickness in the collagen group, while the placebo group's hair thickness, in fact, reduced slightly.

As you can see, it helps keep you hair, skin, and nails healthy, improving skin elasticity, and just making sure you feel confident forever ³.

Even Carmina has felt and seen the difference!

Vitamin C is like the glue that holds collagen together. That’s why our More Than Collagen Protein has everything you need in that one scoop to stabilize and support your collagen production. 

Remember weight loss being a driver for those endless scrolls on TikTok? Collagen helps that too! Our Collagenic Burn Elite is basically a 2-in-1. The GreenSelect Phyotosome helps you burn fat + 5 types of collagen maintains your hair, skin, and nails. 

Your body’s collagen production just needs that extra boost, that supportive spouse, if you will. Taking Vitamin C + Collagen, saggy skin and wrinkles won't be on your 2024 bingo card. 

Learn more about our products here.

 

Sources (we'd want to know where we're getting our info too)

1.  Bielajew, B. J., Hu, J. C., & Athanasiou, K. A. (2020). Collagen: quantification, biomechanics, and role of minor subtypes in cartilage. Nature reviews. Materials, 5(10), 730–747. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41578-020-0213-1

2.  Oesser, S. (2020). The oral intake of specific Bioactive Collagen Peptides has a positive effect on hair thickness. International Journal on Nutraceuticals, Functional Foods and Novel Foods.

3. Reilly, D. M., & Lozano, J. (2021). Skin collagen through the lifestages: Importance for skin health and beauty. Plast. Aesthetic Res, 8(2).