How To Drink Your Way To Perfect Skin
Skin is the largest organ in the human body and is constantly exposed to environmental stress, therefore making it the number one indicator of our lifestyle and age.
The battle to stop the clock and reverse the first signs of ageing begins at 30 for most, however our natural collagen production – the structure which supports the firmness and elasticity of our skin, starts to decrease at a rate of 1 per cent each year after the age of 20.
In an effort to maintain supple, smooth textured skin, women in their 30’s spend on average £140 a year on skincare, whilst women in their 40’s and 50’s spend an average of £210 and £220 retrospectively. And the nation as a whole spends over £800 million every year.
Many experts now arguing that it’s more beneficial to consume anti-ageing ingredients instead of rubbing them into our skin, and so drinkable supplements could well be the way forward.
With most creams on the market unable to reduce wrinkle depth by more than 10 per cent in a short space of time, people have begun turning to drinkable beauty molecules and vitamins instead for a quick fix against fine lines.
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Date: 05.12.2018, 19:59 / Views: 61232