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How to Add NEW Swisse Beauty Collagen Powders to Your Beauty Routine

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Swisse Beauty Collagen Powders

Collagen plays a role in the skin ageing process, with our collagen synthesis declining in our mid-twenties, affecting our skin’s strength and elasticity.1

Several factors influence the rate of collagen decline, including sun exposure, gastrointestinal health, diet, stress and sleep. Collagen consumption can strengthen our hair, skin and nails, and delay the breakdown of natural collagen. Youthful skin comprises of type I and III collagen, and these are the ones that are beneficial for a natural skin glow.2

We are thrilled to launch two new Swisse Beauty Collagen products to help support healthy glowing skin.


NEW Swisse Beauty Collagen Balance Powder

Swisse Beauty Collagen Balance Powder is a one-a-day comprehensive formula that may help support radiant skin and a healthy gut*. This unique product contains type I and III active collagen peptides, which helps improve the elasticity of the skin. Vitamin C, in the form of ascorbic acid, is an antioxidant that helps reduce free radical damage to body cells and supports collagen formation.

Kale and spinach are two super greens included in this Beauty formula.


*Swisse Beauty Collagen Balance includes cassia cinnamon extract, traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to support digestive health.

NEW Swisse Beauty Collagen Renew Powder

Swisse Beauty Collagen Renew Powder is a comprehensive formula that supports radiant skin and helps the body adapt to stress^.3 Swisse Beauty Collagen Renew Powder includes type I and III active collagen peptides to promote skin elasticity.

^This unique powder targets stress through the inclusion of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera extract), traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine as an adaptogen that helps the body adapt to stress and support the nervous system.3


Tips on Supporting Collagen Production

The health of our skin comes down to more than our genetics and beauty regimes. When looking to support skin health, it’s essential to take dietary intake, exercise habits, sleep, water intake and stress management techniques into account. For additional support, you can choose beauty and skincare products where you can.

Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Supplements may only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate.

References:

1 Carrillo., (2013). Dartmouth Under Graduate Journal of Science

2 Vesey, E.C., & Finlay, A.Y. (2010) Brocklehurt’s Textbook of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology (7th ed.). Saudners, doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-1-4160-6231-8.X0001-3

3 Chandrasekhar K, Kapoor J, Anishetty S., (2012) Indian Journal Psychological Medicine (34) pp. 255-262