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How to Increase Collagen Production?

How to Increase Collagen Production? Part III of III

In our last two posts, we looked at what collagen is and external forces that can hamper its production. And, yes, we’re all aging so it will happen naturally. There are no 90-year-olds out there who are regularly mistaken for 20-year-olds. And, think about it, why would anybody want that?!

However, we all want to look our best at any age. There is nothing wrong with aging or wanting to age gracefully.

Collagen is the protein that plumps our skin. When we’re young, we have lots of it! But production swan dives as we age. This is why our knees and hips can hurt when we walk. This is also why our skin isn’t as taut as it once was.

Digesting collagen peptides from a reputable manufacturer is said to help with boosting collagen production in our bodies. While the old you-are-what-you-eat comes into play here (a healthy diet does reflect well on your skin), what about skin products that are ‘infused’ with collagen?

Sealuxe dispels this as mere marketing chicanery. Collagen molecules, it turns out, are sizeable brutes, incapable of penetrating the skin. They merely lounge atop your skin in an idle stupor.

However, the bounty of the sea offers a promising alternative. Seaweed, with its treasure trove of natural antioxidants and amino acids, proves to be not only bioavailable but also efficacious in stimulating collagen production, enhancing skin elasticity, and accelerating cellular repair, which collectively work to mitigate the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Seaweed, an unsung hero of the deep, emerges as a potent ally in our quest to age gracefully. Sealuxe Organics invites you to explore our skincare line, and embrace the bounties of the sea for a radiant and nourished complexion that thrives through the years.

Yes, we’re shouting from the top of the mast – we LOVE seaweed!