Collagen Beauty Sachets
Did you know that collagen is the most abundant protein in the body?
It’s found in our skin, hair, nails, joints, bones, ligaments and tendons playing an important role in each of the body parts where it is found. Collagen acts as building blocks providing structure, strength and elasticity across our entire body. You can think of collagen as the “glue” that holds everything together- thanks to collagen, our skin looks fresher, smoother and plumper!
To help give your skin a collagen packed boost, we’ve just launched our new collagen beauty sachets which are perfect for those who are on the go! Each beautifying sachet provides 6.4g of hydrolysed bovine collagen, key vitamins and minerals including vitamin C and E to support healthy hair, skin and nails as well as hyaluronic acid which is commonly referred to as ‘nature’s moisturiser’ thanks to its moisturising properties. Why not take a closer look at how our Collagen Beauty Sachets can help boost the health of your skin, nails and hair...
As we age, our ability to produce collagen naturally reduces. Once we’re in our early-mid 20s, our collagen production decreases by around 10% every 10 years- this partly explains why our skin goes from looking firmer to less elastic as we age. That’s why it’s important to take care of our skin from the inside to protect the quality of existing collagen and to encourage the production of new collagen.
Vitamin C is really important for the normal production of collagen. In fact, vitamin C is involved in every step of the manufacturing process and ultimately helps the body synthesise the collagen needed for healthy skin, nails and hair.
Vitamin E is a key antioxidant that protects our cells from getting damaged. Cell damage can occur due to external factors such as pollution, eating high amounts of processed foods, alcohol consumption and smoking. Because cell damage is linked to reduced collagen production, Vitamin E plays a key role in protecting our cells and preserving healthy collagen levels.
Biotin is one of the several nutrients that play a key role in the growth of thicker and healthier hair. That’s because biotin helps the body effectively metabolise proteins, fats and carbohydrates- the building blocks of hair. Biotin also stimulates the production of keratin (the key structural material of hair) and can boost the rate of follicle growth, thereby contributing to healthy hair growth.
Hyaluronic acid becomes increasingly important as we age because our natural hyaluronic acid levels deplete as we grow older. It’s due to the loss of moisture in our skin as we age, that causes our skin to appear drier, rougher and fine-lined.