Last updated: 8.42pm, Monday 18th December 2017
Collagen peptides are gaining popularity and they have taken over the internet so it’s time to answer the question: What exactly are collagen peptides, and even more importantly, how can they help me?
Collagen peptides are short chain amino acids naturally derived from pasture-raised, grass-fed collagen protein. Their amino acids are identical to the protein found in skin, nails, hair, bones, cartilage, and joints. They act as building blocks, helping restore bodily tissues, such as skin, bones and joints.
These amazing supplements have numerous health benefits including healthy aging, joint and bone health, sports nutrition and for beautifying the skin. They promote younger looking skin, improve skin moisture level, prevent the formation of deep wrinkles, and improve skin suppleness.
Do you want to give yourself this kind of boost? Try Purelogicol’s Collagen Peptide Skin Supplement, based on a formula scientifically developed to reduce the visible signs of aging from within.
Win your Wrinkle Fight
We can’t fight the aging process. Aging is a constant in life that binds every single creature on the planet and the telltale signs of aging skin—wrinkles, puffy eyes, age spots—may start to appear as we grow older.
Many factors can contribute to the onset of wrinkles, which are frequently produced by years of unprotected sun exposure in combination with each person’s unique genetics. As we age, our skin loses its elasticity, is less capable of retaining moisture and is slower to heal. These contribute to the development of wrinkles and sagging skin.
How can we change that? Daily skincare and proper sun protection are important factors in slowing the aging process. The most important thing is using a good moisturizer with ingredients that diminish fine lines and minimize wrinkles.
Looking for a face cream that offers moisture and also protection for your skin? Try Purelogicol’s super antioxidant Moisturiser SPF 15, with an uplifting formula that defends skin against free radical damage and photo-ageing.