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Collagen Booster Benefits

A Collagen Booster drink, like IdealFit CollagenBoost, can do exactly this for your body: give it some much needed collagen!

Collagen is a protein that’s found mainly in hair, nails and other connective tissues in the body, and makes up 80% percent of human skin. This makes it the most abundant protein in human and mammals. In fact, it’s the collagen fibres that give skin its firmness and strength, typically associated with youthful complexions.

Unfortunately, collagen naturally breaks down over time. It’s this deterioration process which causes wrinkles and fine lines to start appearing.

This is where IdealFit CollagenBoost stick pack drinks can help! With 1g of hydrolyzed collagen per serving, they can help support the maintenance of hair, skin and nails*, helping you to achieve your beauty and weight loss goals*. The stick packs are also a perfect energy boost on the go, with each containing 90mg of added caffeine (the equivalent of one cup of coffee!)

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

How to Boost Collagen

As well as taking natural collagen boosters and eating collagen boosting foods, here are some other potential ways to boost collagen production in your body:

Facial massage: Stimulating muscles in the face can help improve blood flow and circulation to the area, which in turn can boost collagen production. As mentioned previously, this increase in collagen can help skin appear firmer and give it a healthy, natural glow.

Vitamin C: Some foods, like beans, cabbage and garlic, are rich in sulphur which is said to aid collagen production. Other foods full of vitamin C, like kiwis and goji berries, are also purported to boost collagen formation and reduce oxidative damage.

Hydration: Keeping your skin hydrated with water, plant foods and hydrating skin care is possibly the easiest way to boost collagen. The more hydrated your skin is, the better the environment for collagen elastin – skin's pliability protein – to thrive.

Quitting smoking: It’s been said that smoking ages skin by damaging its proteins, thereby restricting blood flow. This can result in dry and wrinkled skin around the lips and eyes