Collagen Cream

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Wake up to tighter skin with a facial collagen cream that works while you sleep to address the key signs of aging.  Each year, countless collagen creams are introduced to the market and hailed as the next anti aging breakthrough. Unfortunately, most of these collagen creams are more marketing than science. Only a few ingredients are proven to reproduce collagen.And these ingredients are needed in the right concentration to work. Collagen is the main structural protein that keeps the skin tight and elastic. Loss of collagen can cause the skin to loose it’s definition and youthful appearance. The loss of collagen results in the loss of facial volume, causing crows feet, nasolabial folds and jowls on the chin and jaw line areas of the face.  It can also create the appearance of a double chin. Collagen gives our skin softness, suppleness and keeps the skin firm and taut.

Various factors can cause weakened collagen production, these are are mostly genetic factors but the sun and poor diet can worsen things. Some people have collagen deficiencies. This not only affects the skin, a collagen deficiency will weaken your nails, hair, etc. Many wrinkle creams on the market today contain some form of collagen building mechanism. However, these can vary greatly depending on the formula. Active ingredients can increase production of collagen and smooth out wrinkles in elderly skin.

Many skin care products claim to have collagen based formulas – these products are not helpful because collagen applied topically is absorbed inefficiently by the skin. Collagen molecules are too large to make it through the skin. This applies to taking oral collagen capsules because extremely little collagen is absorbed through the digestive system. Instead, peptides and amino acids can encourage new collagen production by increasing the elasticity of collagen fibres and rebuilding the resilience of the collagen structures in the skin. Boosting natural collagen beneath the skin can visible reduce the size, depth and length of wrinkles. Injections can be very useful but often only last a few months. Injectables can also change facial contours and produce an unnatural look.

They are also costly and require a doctors appointment. Not to mention the pain and risk of side effects. If your suffering from loose or sagging skin or just want to address the premature signs of aging, then you should consider a collagen boosting cream or skin care product. We’ve currently testing a bunch of collagen creams and will report our findings over the coming weeks.

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  1. Lina

    I see everyone who has written in so far is interested in looking younger. This is not what I am investigating collagen creams for. I used to have naturally long, beautiful nails that many people thought were fake. After menopause, my nails seemed to get thinner and started to get vertical ridges which started to break my nail upward toward the quick. Now all of my nails are doing this and they have broken so far up that I have split ridges in my quick. I need to stop these ridges because this is very painful and it’s hard to use my hands for daily chores. Can a collagen cream build up my cuticles and nails so that the ridges will go away or diminish??? Please help!

  2. Brenda

    Wrinkles are not inevitable. I am 67 and do not have one wrinkle on my face. I have never laid in the sun. I do get injections of natural hyularonic acid for slight sagging of the apostrophe’s and jowl. But sagging and wrinkles are totally different. You can keep wrinkles away with good skin care and stay out of the sun. What works is perscription retin A, glycolic acid, dmae, hyularonic acid, peptides. There is also a new one out now that has promise on actual sagging. If you keep the wrinkles away you can get the hyularonic acid put back in to take care of any slight sag you might get.

  3. Anonymous

    Most anti aging products contain some type of collagen – if your just using a collagen cream you are missing out on all the other anti aging ingredients like antioxidants.

  4. Tina

    I use a product called Pevonic Age-Defying Marine Collagen Cream. You can only buy it from spas. Appears to work well. It feels very luxurious and smells great. I have used it for years since the range is stocked at my local spa.

  5. Ximena

    What is the best collagen cream for face? I tried lemis pro collagen marine cream and pro collagen marine cream but did not see a major difference in my skin. I have been looking at collagen cream reviews but they have not been helpful.

  6. Felicity

    i rate garnier ultralift as the best collagen cream.
    it is not natural but it works.
    as soon as you put it on the face looks much heavier and you look like a chubby person.

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