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Collagen is the main structural protein of the connective 

tissues in the skin. This connective tissue provides strength and elasticity and helps replace dead skin cells which is why many credit collagen production with younger, plumper, more supple-looking skin. As we age, all three layers of skin; the epidermis, dermis and hypodermis begin to thin which causes a decrease in collagen. Additionally, collagen production decreases about 1% with each year of age after maturity which leads to a loss of firmness and elasticity in the skin. External factors can also affect the amount of collagen in your body: UV rays from sun exposure and tobacco smoke increase the rate that collagenase enzymes break down collagen fibers. Luckily, there are steps you can take to boost the collagen benefits for the skin you get by adding quality collagen through your skin care routine. Stimulating new collagen production via skincare adds hydration and plumpness to the skin and helps bring back that youthful fullness. It has been made clear over the last few decades how important collagen is in skincare. From decreasing fine lines and wrinkles, improving sagging skin, improving firmness and elasticity and more collagen will bring back the supple youthful appearance that will have you look and feel your best.

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