Hydrate Skin

Written by Amy Hall
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To fight the signs of aging, it is necessary to hydrate the skin both internally and externally. This may sound confusing to you, as you are not sure how to hydrate your skin from the inside. Well, beautiful skin is often the result of a highly nutritious diet, plenty of sleep, and lots of water. If you are lacking in any of these areas, you have probably noticed that your skin looks dull, and fine lines and wrinkles may begin making their unwelcome appearance.

You can apply some topical creams that are intended to moisturize the outer layers of your skin. Doing this will temporarily plump up the lines and wrinkles on your face, however the outer layer of skin sheds every 27 days, so this would be a temporary fix. What you need to do is focus your efforts on hydrating the skin from the inside, which will replenish moisture in all the layers of skin, not just the top layer.

How Collagen Replacement Therapy Can Hydrate Skin

Collagen makes up about 70 percent of the skin. As we age, we naturally begin to lose the amount of collagen that our bodies produce. The end result is that the skin becomes weaker, thinner, and much drier. Over time, fine lines and deep wrinkles form where we commonly make facial expressions, such as around the eyes, mouth, and forehead.

By taking pure collagen in capsule form, you can hydrate skin from the inside, thus reducing the amount of wrinkles you get. In addition, the wrinkles that you currently have will begin to naturally fade, producing a younger, more radiant complexion. The skin on your face is the first thing people see, so it is wise to treat it with the TLC it needs to look fabulous.


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