The Irish Mirror has published a feature on collagen.
It’s an article about how collagen is used in hair care products and how it’s a key ingredient in the construction of facial and body products.
It includes an interview with a dermatologist who explains how collagen can help prevent skin ageing and wrinkles.
And it includes an article from a dermatology specialist who explains collagen’s ability to control acne, and how to use it effectively.
“Collagen has a role to play in skin ageing, wrinkles, dark spots and acne.
The collagen in our skin can be damaged by too much sun or too much moisture,” explains the dermatologist.”
Collagens collagen is a protein which is naturally found in the skin and is the building block of our skin.
Collagen is used to make the skin elastic and firm and it helps to keep the skin hydrated and supple.”
The article goes on to explain how collagen has been shown to help prevent and treat skin conditions like psoriasis and psorosis, and to help skin heal faster and feel younger.
“There is evidence that collagen helps protect skin from the damage caused by UV radiation, which can be a serious issue for people with certain skin conditions,” says the dermatology expert.
“Collagen can also help to slow down the ageing process of skin.
In addition, collagen can act as a lubricant to help the skin absorb the water that comes into contact with the skin.”
“A skin condition is caused by an imbalance in the levels of one of these proteins.
It is the imbalance that leads to a skin condition.
Collagens ability to help to maintain skin elasticity and supplexity is a key part of this balance.