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Replace lost Collagen is the key to looking young?

Blog post   •   Dec 12, 2013 13:06 GMT

In my ongoing battle to combat the signs of ageing, it’s fair to say I’d pretty much try most lotions and potions.

From Botox to fat loss vacuum’s nothing fazes me in the name of beauty in the name of beauty.

Although in recent times the trends in beauty & age combating are swinging more towards nutraceuticals market.Celebraties such as Simon Cowell,Naomi Cambell and most recently Celion Dion are the latest converts.

So What are Nutraceuticals?

Nutraceuticals are dietary supplements extracted from plants which act in beneficial ways to the body. Also often containing a combination of essential fatty acids, proteins & other nutrients.

Now you can drink your way to youth?

There’s a Anti ageing drink on the market now called ‘Gold Collagen’ (available in Boots) which is said to reduce fine lines, increase collagen in the skin, so you appear less aged & re-hydration of the skin & Hair. It won’t happen overnight, but after I took a bottle of the gold collagen,(everyday for 4 weeks, my fine lines around my eyes defiantly started to reduce. An my skin looks more radiant

Developed in Europe by Minerva. Gold Collagen is a sugar free blend of hydrolysed collagen, hyaluronic acid blended with Vitamin C. It’s said one dose of pure Gold Collagen is up to 20 times more effective than using a collagen cream or pills.

Most amazingly, is what happened after I stopped taking Gold Collagen?

I’d missed a few bottles (maybe 5/6) and my joints started aching. My knee in particular was agony when walking. I couldn't think of any main reason why, It wasn't like I had fallen or tripped. So it got me thinking the only thing that had changed was me taking Gold Collagen. So I started taking it again. After a few days all my aches and pains had cleared.

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