The Health-Boosting Power of Collagen
What is Collagen Good For? Its Health Benefits
Boost Skin Health
Collagen peptides are a bioavailable form of collagen protein that bind your skin cells and visibly enhance your skin’s strength, structure, and elasticity. Collagen types I, III, and V are types found in your skin layers—to prevent wrinkling and sagging.
Reduce Joint Pain
Type II collagen, which makes up the collagen between your joints. Ingesting type II collagen proteins stimulate more cartilage production between your joints and help reduce pain.
Support Gut Health
Take type III collagen peptides to strengthen the walls of your digestive system. This prevents inflammation and aids in the repair and maintenance of your digestive tract.
Aid Muscle Recovery
Collagen peptides, easily digested by the body and full of amino acids, help with fast muscle repair and muscle growth.
Provide Lung Support
Type V collagen supports the lining of your lungs, strengthening and developing the alveoli, epithelium, and endothelium of your lung system.
Promote Heart Health
Collagen supports the healthy structure of your arteries and can increase levels of HDL (good) cholesterol in your body.
Meet Dr. Rajani
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For more than 20 years, I’ve focused my professional attention on the science behind our top-quality beauty and wellness products, and I’m thrilled to be able to share what I’ve learned with you.
Beauty comes in all shapes, colors and sizes…but healthy, glowing, youthful skin and body are often a foundation of self-confidence and self-care. Also, of course, everyone is different, and one's needs change over time. I’ve found that a tailored and evidence-based approach often yields the best results, which is why every product offered at my store carries my personal guarantee.