When is the best time to take Collagen?
As we age our bodies produce, less and less collagen which results in the loss of elasticity in our skin. Not only does it decline but it also becomes fragmented and more loosely distributed. With this progression, we start to see the characteristics of aging being dry, sagging, dehydrated skin. From around the age of 25 our skin starts the natural aging process, and external factors also play a big role in this too. Factors such as stress, lack of sleep, and bad diet are a few. Our loss in collagen can be difficult to see as effects and expression of it can be slow, however, the signs can be seen through wrinkles, brittle nails, and thinning hair. So in answering this question a good time to take marine and bovine collagen is to start before too many signs of aging have begun to appear, by distributing collagen peptides into the bloodstream you stimulate collagen production and replenish the body’s collagen reserves. The results will be firm, radiant skin, reduced fine lines, thicker hair, and stronger nails that have been clinically proven to show results within weeks.