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Collagen: The Vitamin For Healthy Skin

Brian Melville

You may already know that our Particle Skin Gummies are packed with premium ingredients designed to give you the smoothest and most youthful-looking skin of your life. Yet, what exactly do these ingredients do and why do you need them? 

We created our unique formula to specifically address some of the most common skincare concerns that men experience, from dryness and dullness to fine lines and wrinkles. 

Collagen is a main ingredient in our vitamin for healthy skin, and for good reason. Today, we’re taking a closer look at this nutrient powerhouse and sharing why it’s better to ingest it than simply slather it on top of your skin. 

What Is Collagen?

Collagen is a protein that your body makes naturally. In fact, it’s the most abundant protein in your body, found in your muscles, bones, skin, and tendons. 

This essential component helps holds the cells in your body together, giving it energy and structure. It’s also responsible for strengthening your skin and enhancing elasticity. 

The Benefits of Collagen

A healthy supply of collagen can keep your skin looking its best. It’s proven to soothe dryness, reduce the appearance of fine lines, scars, and wrinkles, and even give you a more youthful glow. 

However, the results go beyond skin-deep. You also need collagen to optimize your bone, joint, and ligament health, as well as your bone density. Conditions such as degenerative joint disease and osteoporosis can occur as your bodily structure weakens over time.

Especially if you’re active in the gym, it’s important to know that collagen may also improve your muscle mass and strength, as well as aid in injury recovery. Cardiovascularly, it can strengthen your arteries and overall heart health.

In other words, it’s the do-all nutrient that keeps you looking and feeling your best from the inside out. 

Changing Collagen Levels

If collagen is responsible for so much of our overall health, you might assume that your body will always make plenty of it and your natural levels will never falter. However, that’s not the case. 

When you’re younger, you have a solid supply of collagen, but that doesn’t last forever.

Researchers have found that your collagen levels will begin to decline by your mid-20s. From there, they continue to drop by about 1% every year. 

As your collagen levels slowly begin to decrease with age, the process causes all three layers of your skin, the epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis, to start thinning. It can also weaken your connective tissue, along with other parts of your physique, including your muscles, bones, and hair. 

Both men and women can benefit from supplements that contain collagen. Not only can adequate amounts of this nutrient support healthy skin, but you’ll also notice a difference throughout the rest of your body. 

Why Take Collagen Orally?

If you browse the skincare aisle at any drugstore, you’re bound to encounter plenty of topical creams, gels, and serums that list collagen as a star ingredient. 

As its name implies, topical collagen is a type of collagen that you rub directly into your skin. The idea is that your skin will directly absorb it. Seeing as skincare issues are the most common reason people turn to collagen supplements, it seems that this approach should work. 

However, the issue lies with the size of the collagen molecule.

Its molecular weight simply makes it too large to effectively penetrate the top layer of your skin. While it might sit on the outer layer of your skin (the epidermis), it cannot deliver much value beyond simply moisturizing it. 

Because your skin acts as a protective natural barrier against the external environment, it has to be extra-rugged. Most of your natural collagen is stored in the second layer of your skin, called the dermis. In theory, this is where you need more of the nutrient, and where the topical collagen cream needs to reach. 

The only problem? The collagen molecules are too large to move beyond the epidermis, much less reach the dermis. As a result, their effects are only skin-deep.

How We Use Collagen

Collagen’s inability to permeate deeply into your skin is why you won’t see it listed as an ingredient in any of our topical products such as our Anti-Aging Particle Face Cream.

Instead, you’ll find ingredients like coffee seed extract, ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate, and hyaluronic acid. These are known to boost your body’s natural production of collagen and help it maintain collagen synthesis. They target your collagen levels from the inside, not the outside. 

Collagen is also one of the top three ingredients in our Particle Skin Vitamin Gummies, which are designed to be ingested orally. When consumed in this format, collagen is more bioavailable, which means it’s easier for your body to digest, absorb, and use it. Researchers have discovered that when you take collagen orally, it triggers a special set of amino acids, known as collagen building blocks, which send a signal to your body to increase collagen production. 

Combined with other skin-loving heavy-hitters including biotin and zinc, collagen gets to work almost immediately. With regular use, you’ll find that it helps improve your skin’s natural elasticity, reduces visible fine lines and wrinkles, and strengthens your skin barrier. In addition, collagen also keeps your skin wonderfully hydrated, which can help you look younger and healthier. 

Discover Our Vitamin for Healthy Skin

At Particle, we believe that health and wellness start from within. In addition to our topical products, such as our face cream, we’re also invested in addressing your skincare issues at the root. 

Our vitamin for healthy skin is formulated with all of the complexion-boosting ingredients you need, and none of the fillers you don’t. If you want to rejuvenate your skin and achieve a healthier look, just two a day are all that you need. 

Feel free to learn more about our products and shop our full collections online. If you have any questions, contact us and let’s connect. 

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