This is a sure fire way to get silky soft skin, no kidding. Do this routine for 3 days in a row and you will see and feel the difference! I do this routine about 3 times a week every week myself, it is like autopilot for me.
Get Soft Silky Skin with These 3 Easy Steps
- Use the DRY Body brush and brush your entire body naked and while you are completely dry… Brush your skin moving towards your heart. I start at my feet and work my way up my legs, stomach, butt, low back, then hands, arms, neck, chest and upper back… I really brush hard the back of my upper arms, I get those bumps back there but this process completely gets rid of them.
- Jump in the shower now, and when you are conditioning your hair, put the exfoliating gloves on, lather soap and water up in them really well and start scrubbing your body… do the same process as the dry body brushing. I start at my feet and really scrub, working my way up front and back towards my heart.. then arms, neck and chest and upper back. This sloughs off all the dead skin you just lifted off your body from dry body brushing… it is amazing!
- Then after the shower, dry off then rub the Argan Butter into your skin. It is rich, creamy and a tad oily but rubs in really nice and using this butter on your well-exfoliated skin, your skin literally feels and looks like silk.
How Yonder's Collagen can Improve Your Skin's Texture and Hydration.
One of the most celebrated advantages of collagen powder is its ability to rejuvenate and firm up the skin from the inside out. As we age and collagen depletes, skin tends to become thinner and more prone to wrinkling, while also losing its natural moisture and vibrancy. This condition is sometimes referred to as "crepey skin".
By supplementing with collagen, you can replenish the lost collagen, resulting in a subtle lift and tightening of the skin, which in turn diminishes the visibility of wrinkles and cellulite. Collagen also aids in skin hydration, helping to maintain its moisture levels and thereby contributing to a more youthful, glowing appearance.
"By supplementing with collagen, you can replenish the lost collagen, resulting in a subtle lift and tightening of the skin, which in turn diminishes the visibility of wrinkles and cellulite."
There is a wealth of evidence accumulated over the past two decades supporting the use of collagen supplements for anti-aging skin benefits. A 2020 study involving women between 45 and 54 years old demonstrated significant improvements in skin elasticity, wrinkle reduction, enhanced hydration, radiance, and firmness.
Further studies carried out in March and June of 2021 corroborated these findings. These studies concluded that collagen supplements significantly lessened wrinkle depth and confirmed that "collagen induces noticeable improvements in both skin elasticity and hydration".
Are all collagen powder supplements the same?
Not all collagen supplements are made the same! The quality, price, purity, and efficacy can vary widely among brands.
Many companies source their collagen from unreliable sources around the world for the cheapest price and prioritizing profits over consumer well-being. Some collagen products may be stale due to improper storage or are past their expiration date. We specifically avoid adding vitamin C in our formulas because, while vitamin C is crucial for collagen production optimization, mixing it with collagen peptides in a container can potentially oxidize and degrade the amino acids. Instead, we recommend incorporating whole-food sources of vitamin C into your diet. For instance, starting your day with a glass of lemon-infused water is a great way to naturally get your vitamin C. You do not have to consume vitamin C the same time you take your collagen either.
When it comes to bioavailability and effectiveness, hydrolyzed bovine collagen tops the list. Ensure that it's 100% grass-fed and finished and Glyphosate/Pesticide-free. Yonder collagen meets these high standards. Many brands have “grass-fed” on their label but are only partial grass-fed and the rest grain fed loaded with contaminants. While there are other collagen types derived from eggs, fish, and chicken, these can be more expensive, less effective, and it's challenging to find clean sources for them.
Remember, collagen is not an instant fix; it takes time to work. Most people report noticeable improvements within 3 to 6 weeks. If you discontinue taking collagen, you'll likely notice a regression in the benefits—like achier joints or thinner nails and hair.
So, be patient and give collagen the time it needs to work its wonders. It's likely that the issues you're trying to address didn't develop overnight, so you can't expect instantaneous results. Stay committed, and give your body the time it needs to reap the benefits of collagen.