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Can collagen firm up loose skin?

by Natasha Whiting

Can collagen firm up loose skin?

So, you’ve stuck with your diet and those early morning gym sessions to achieve the body of your dreams. However, you now find that your confidence is hindered not by your weight, but by the loose skin that your weight loss efforts have left behind. But don't panic - this is natural and also occurs as we age. You may be wondering if there’s a way you can firm up your loose skin, and the answer is yes thanks to our Kollo Health marine collagen sachets. Let's take a closer look.

How can collagen help?

When we reach our 20s, the natural production of elastin in our bodies starts to slow down, leaving in its wake not just signs of ageing, but also looser skin. This is where marine collagen supplements step in. By adding one sachet to your soup or coffee each day, you take back control of ageing, dry and loose skin as it helps to reinforce the body’s natural supply of elastin.

What does collagen do?

Produces hyaluronic acid

With regular use of our premium marine collagen supplements, you’ll gradually start to notice your skin feels more hydrated and less dry. This is because the collagen peptides get straight to work, helping the skin’s moisture barrier by stimulating your natural levels of hyaluronic acid production. Hyaluronic acid is a wonder product in skincare, for tightning loose skin as the increase in moisture helps to firm up your facial contours.

Stimulate fibroblast growth

Skin fibroblasts are cells that produce collagen and can be found within the dermis layer of your skin. Their most important function is to help the skin to recover from injury by generating connective tissue. This process will help to tighten and lift your skin, transforming its appearance and minimising loose skin leftover either from weight loss and/or ageing.

For more information on the benefits of collagen on loose skin, feel free to contact our team at Kollo Health today.

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