Seventy percent of your skin is made of Collagen but as we age we start to lose it! The body’s natural supply of Collagen starts to drop by age 25, which can lead to wrinkles, sagging skin, and a lack of the glow we love. Collagen supports healthy skin elasticity and strong hair and nails, as it is the body’s most abundant protein that gives our tissues structure. It is also important for the health of the joints and bones. But Collagen is a large molecule that can be hard to absorb. Hydrolyzed Collagen is reduced in size so it's easier to absorb and allows your body to reap its benefits more efficiently.†
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As a dietary supplement for adults, take one (1) tbsp full once or twice a day in a glass of your favorite beverage, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
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The Science Behind Collagen
Research published in Nutrients states that supplementing with collagen powder helped to enhance the elasticity, hydration and density of the skin of human participants. The structure of collagen is like that of a rope. Three chains wind around each other forming a collagen triple helix. These building blocks combine to form collagen fibrils of enormous strength. 
Research from the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology states that collagen peptides supplementation helps to enhance the health and growth of human hair. It was found that the collagen supplement helped protect hair follicles and helped to hydrate the skin. 
Research from the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology states that oral supplementation of collagen helps to enhance the growth of nails and reduced symptoms of brittle nails in humans. It was also found that the daily consumption of collagen helped to provide protection against broken nails from happening in the participants. 
 Nutrients. 2019 Oct; 11(10): 2494.
 J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2012 Nov; 5(11): 28–34.
 J Cosmet Dermatol. 2017 Dec;16(4):520-526.