Avoid Sagging Skin
If you're reading this post, then I bet you are determined to keep your skin SNATCHED and TIGHT!
It all starts from the inside first when it comes to bettering and maintaining good quality skin. The first step is to develop good habits by eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly, watching how much alcohol you consume, and limiting how much you smoke. Doing these things for a few days or once a week won't clear your skin. It is consistency that will lead to an overall healthier disposition.
Collagen is found in foods such as chicken skin, pork skin, beef and fish. If you don't enjoy eating meat, consider taking collagen supplements such as The BXMB Beauty Total Repair Blemish + Age Support. This contains several elements and vitamins that the body needs, such as iron and manganese. In the article Top 6 Benefits of Taking Collagen Supplements by Healthline, a "study found that women who drank a beverage mixed with a collagen supplement daily for 12 weeks experienced increased skin hydration and a significant reduction in wrinkle depth compared with a control group."
On the outside, you have to ensure you have a good morning and night skin regimen. Align products with your skincare goals. You are already putting in work by taking care of your skin daily when you wake up before you sleep.
Did you know, once you enter into your twenties the collagen production in the body decreases and starts to slow down? Spending time outside in the sun, not eating healthy, not regular exercising, and smoking will only speed up the breakdown of collagen peptides. Consider peptides as the infrastructure of collagen – they encourage your skin cells to produce collagen. As a result, it makes the skin firmer.
Look for skincare products such as a moisturizer and/or a serum with collagen peptides or vitamin B3. According to Healthline, several studies indicate that collagen peptides help slow the ageing of your skin by reducing wrinkles and dryness. Vitamin B3 is also known as niacinamide. Vitamin B3 helps improve the skin's look and health over the time with hydration, fine lines, wrinkles and skin texture.
The phrase "skincare is an investment" has more to do with the investment in time and patience than it has to do with the cost of your products.