Collagen is a protein that is found in our body. Most importantly it is the most abundant and most important of all the proteins that each human body contains. Having the proper amounts of collagen within our body provides our skin with resilience, elasticity, and flexibility. Many people think that collagen is used purely for the restoration of youthful and healthy skin, but there are additional uses of collagen in our daily lives where collagen comes in really handy.
During the Fall and Winter seasons, chapped lips and dry skin are very common for those of us in the cold regions of the U.S. Applying small amounts of collagen on chapped lips provides our them with much needed moisture to reduce the cracking. As we move in and out of the warm environment and expose out skin to the brutal cold weather, our skin becomes dry, cracked and easily damaged caused by adverse weather. By supplying our skin with extra collagen during the cold weather, we prevent further damage since adding collagen helps our skin stay strong, elastic, and moisturized.
Those of you lucky enough to live where the weather is not as extreme and there’s sunshine all year round, collagen can also provide benefits even during the Fall and Winter times. Continuous exposure to sun can be very damaging to our skin as well as fatal to our health if proper precautions are not practiced. Applying small amounts after a sunburn can prove to be miracle. Collagen helps rebuild damaged dermis.
Collagen is also a great when applied on the baby’s bottom. When applied to the bottom where a rash or skin irritation appears, collagen can almost instantly provide comfort and reduce rash.
Many individuals who require physical therapy due to painful joints, are now starting to discover the benefits of natural collagen. When collagen is applied to sore joints during physical therapy, it can contribute to faster healing times and speedier recovery since collagen has been shown to exert an building effect on cartilage tissue, there is a strong theoretical rationale for collagen improving joint structure and integrity in the human body leading to the reduction in joint pain.
Collagen can also benefit plastic surgery patients who want to speed-up their recovery time and ensure that any scars or stitch marks heal better.
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