Get Collagen Support for Younger and Better Skin
Collagen support in collagen creams? Do anti-wrinkle creams for sale in department stores actually make your skin younger–or even look younger? The anti-aging and cosmetic industry is a huge business, bringing in billions each year. Most of us strongly desire to look younger. This makes it easy for cosmetic companies to sell the idea that expensive collagen creams significantly enhance the quality of your skin.
However, most of these anti-wrinkle creams add collagen and elastin, which, in theory, is a great idea for creating collagen support for your skin. But they have little to no effect since these ingredients are structurally too dense to easily enter the skin. Unless these substances undergo specialized processing for absorption, they will sit on the surface of the skin with no transformation effect.
Construction of Skin
A type of protein, collagen combines with keratin to provide the skin with strength, smoothness, elasticity, and resilience. When we are young, our bodies have an abundance of collagen. This explains why young children have shiny hair and smooth skin. Collagen is the glue which holds the skin together. As we age, our collagen production declines and skin weakening occurs. The skin grows thinner and wrinkles, necks become saggy, lines form around eyes and mouth. The best thing we can do for our skin is to encourage collagen growth. There are a few ways to do this–with nutrition supplementation, eating collagen rich foods, and externally, by using radio frequency stimulation. If you are interested in starting with radio frequency in Cabarete, click below.
Two Ways You Can Re-Grow Collagen–Nutritional Support & Radio Frequency
For fast results in rebuilding collagen, combine nutritional support and radio frequency. This will stimulate your system into growing new collagen. Radio frequency technology uses equipment that runs a wand across areas that need skin tightening and enhancement. For more details, see our article entitled Eight Key Foods for Re-Growing Collagen.