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5 Ways to Boost Collagen

  1. ADD BAKUCHIOL TO YOUR ROUTINE This is a natural alternative to retinol, and it will stimulate skin cell turnover.  This promotes collagen production.  The best part of all is that of using bakuchiol is that you are less likely to experience irritation.  This product is the better choice for those with sensitive skin.  2.PROTECT COLLAGEN WITH TOPICAL VITAMIN  C Your morning routine should include Vit C.  This anti-oxidant protects the collagen in your skin against UV damage.  Vit C also stimulates the production of collagen and stabilizes the proteins in skin. 3. Pack In Peptides Peptides are the building blocks of proteins.  Peptides improve skin firmness, by promoting collagen and elastin in the skin.   4. LIMIT YOU SUGAR INTAKE A diet rich in sugar promotes AGEs.  AGEs break down collagen.  Take note of the ingredient list and monitor how much added sugar you allow in your diet.  5. Don't smoke Smoking ages you.  It decreases blood flow and oxygen to the skim.  It also creat

Are you causing your skin to age?

  To much Coffee and Alcohol These drinks are diuretics that inhibit the absorption of water.  You don't need to cut them out completely, just enjoy in moderation.  If you are like a lot of people who need coffee to function its ok, just add more water to your diet. 2. Be Mindful of What You Are Eating  The skin is an organ, and like the rest of your organs it needs the proper nutrients to function.  So think twice about that junk food.  3. Not getting the right amount of sleep. 7-10 hours of sleep is needed so your body has time to rejuvenate.   4. Stop Skipping Meals. As mention the skin needs nutrients.  Skipping meals deprives the skin of nutrients. Eat 3 times daily, your skin, mind and body will thank you. 5.Get Moving Regular exercise stimulate blood flow, decreases stress, and releases healthy hormones.  For more info on habits that cause your skin to age go check out this article >>>  Article Our exclusive treatment now harnesses the power of retinol and is unique


  Stress acne So How does stress actually relate to the cause of blemishes on your face?? Emotional stress triggers an increased release of the stress hormone cortisol.   "When cortisol levels rise, they disrupt levels of hormones that regulate sebum balance and result in clogged pores and development of acne.   More oil production means more clogged pores, and more clogged pores mean more breakouts.   “If stress acne seems to happen often, then try switching your skincare routine. Find products that work with your skin, not against it.   “Drink plenty of fluids, eat a healthy diet, and do things to  manage your stress  such as get more sleep and do things to relax. I recommend  a skincare routine with salicylic acid: Avon Skin So Soft for Acne Prone Skin Foaming Cleanser Discover a gentle facial cleanser with plant-based scrub that gently clears away dead skin and impurities. Soothes and conditions skin with rosemary, madecassoside and mint extracts. Free of synthetic fragrances.