You may have heard how great collagen is for hair, skin, and nails, but how else does this beauty-boosting protein benefit the body?
First - let’s start with the research. Based on this systematic review (AKA the gold standard of studies), orally consuming collagen has been shown to “increase skin elasticity, hydration, and dermal density,” as well as aid in skin healing and aging (sign us up!🙋🏻♀️). Furthermore, significant research has proven collagen to be a wonderful source for supporting bone and joint health, making it a fabulous addition to your post-workout recovery.
In addition to the above findings, consistent consumers have reported seeing improvements in digestion, sleep, mood, and anxiety, and have seen a boost in both their hair and nail growth and strength. In fact, the SkinTēam received an array of positive reviews from those who engaged in our 30 Day TēTox, with responses like, “I found the fine lines on my forehead lessened,” and “never has growing stronger hair and nails been so easy!”
As collagen peptides are made up of amino acids, like Glycine, for example, it’s not uncommon for consumers to experience such an array of positive effects. Incredible for calming the mood, supporting liver function, benefiting sleep, and more, Glycine is truly at the core of all of collagen’s well-beauty benefits.
However, as with all things, it’s important to recognize that consistency is key in order to attain optimal results, and not everyone may experience the same outcomes. But with age-old research backing our skin’s #1 protein - you may as well test it out for yourself and let your glow be the judge ;)