Collagen is well known for its cosmetic uses, but, what is its function? What is the best way to use it? Why is it so effective? This time we will work to answer those questions and give you more useful information on collagen.
Collagen is a protein produced by the body in large amounts, in fact, collagen represents between 20% and 30% of total proteins in the body of an adult. Is in the skin, ligaments, bones, blood vessels and other connective tissues.
Over time this protein loses its shape and strength, so it ends up losing effectiveness. The shape of the particles changes and this is how the skin loses elasticity and wrinkles begin to appear.
Oral consumption of collagen lacks scientific basis to check its effectiveness, since it is a protein produced by the body and this deals with other foods that accelerate production, not protein intake itself. When this is used as dermal, it works in a different way, being absorbed by the skin and hydrating the cells, which produce an improvement in the formation and regeneration of the protein.
The purpose of the dermal collagen is applied as renew the tissues and increase the capacity of hydration and water retention in the skin cells. Collagen is well assimilated by all types of skin and brings immediate and long-term benefits at any age.
Collagen mask as shown visible results at the time, as it penetrates the second layer of skin and deeply hydrates, improves firmness and return the shine to the skin with a feeling of freshness and cleanliness.
Collagen Masks Aviva introduces its line of masks made from collagen and other assets to help solve specific problems and are suitable for different skin types.
Learn more about the masks and find these and other cosmetic and anti-aging products in Aviva Collagen Masks.