7 Things You May Not Know About Collagen Shots

7 things you may not know about Collagen Shots

Collagen has quickly become a buzz word in the beauty industry but what exactly is it and how can you get more of this precious ingredient?

Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies, it’s found in muscles, bones, skin, blood vessels, tendons and even the digestive system. It is known as the ‘glue’ that helps to hold our body tissues together, but as with so many things as we age collagen levels start to diminish. This shows in visible signs in our skin as we start to get fine lines and wrinkles. Our lifestyle also plays a part in collagen depletion and extrinsic factors such as sun damage, alcohol, smoking and pollution all contribute to a lowering of collagen levels.

Originally we found it in our beauty creams, however science has found that the molecule is too large to penetrate the dermis this way. But don’t despair just yet, if you’re wondering how you can get more of this amazing ingredient then it’s actually very simple. Just one scoop of Collagen Shots can help your body in so many ways.

1. Super skin support

This first point is one that you probably already know.

Reduction of collagen levels becomes evident in fine lines and wrinkles. Collagen Shots is formulated with 10,000 mg of hydrolysed collagen per serving and taking Collagen Shots daily will provide your body with all the key amino acids to stimulate fibroblasts which in turn trigger the production of collagen.

2. Cellulite reduction

Yes you read it correctly. By strengthening connective tissue and elasticity, Collagen Shots will help to reduce the appearance of cellulite.

When skin loses its elasticity as a result of lower collagen levels it becomes thinner and cellulite becomes more visible. Strengthening the connective tissue helps to reduce the appearance of dimpling.


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3. Improved gut health

Leaky gut is a condition where undigested foods can pass through an inflamed digestive tract causing a change in the body’s natural microbiome and releasing toxins into the blood stream. Studies indicate that those with an inflammatory bowel disease hove low levels of collagen in their body. Taking a collagen supplement can help to calm down inflammation for a less agitated digestive system due to the healing and soothing properties of amino acids. Collagen Shots is packed with the amino acids proline and glycine, both important to supporting a healthy digestive system and gut health.

4. Bone and joint health

Collagen is in every single bone and joint in our body, when collagen levels deplete it can cause problems with tendons and ligaments leading to stiffness. Collagen forms a gel-like substance which helps joints move more easily. Taking Collagen Shots will be providing extra building blocks to keep bones and joints healthy.

5. Promotes beauty sleep

If you take your Collagen Shots at night, you will be packing extra glycine into your beauty sleep regime for a deeper more rested nights sleep.


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6. Strong lean muscles

As a protein taking Collagen Shots after your work out will provide amino acids to repair and build strong firm muscle tissue. The amino acid, glycine helps to form muscle tissue which is vital to support our posture as we get older. It also helps us to burn off more calories naturally. Glycine also improves our ability to use antioxidants to construct healthy cells.

You might have noticed that you have more energy when you take Collagen Shots as glutamine assists with energy by providing fuel to our cells.

Another amino acid, arginine helps to repair muscle tissue and heal wounds. It helps to relax the arteries for better blood supply to the muscles while working out.

7. Healthy blood sugar levels

One of the key amino acids in Collagen Shots is glycine, which supports the body’s blood sugar levels and naturally supplies glucose to the body’s tissues for a healthy energy boost.

So many benefits, why not give Collagen Shots a try, to our product page click here.

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