Chriselle Inc. 11 months ago
Collagen Should Be On Your Skincare Radar – Here’s Why
Let’s talk collagen.
This post is sponsored by Olay.
Naturally occurring in our bodies, collagen is what gives your skin its bounce and elasticity. It’s essentially a protein that can be found in skin, bones, hair, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Over time, the existing collagen in our skin starts to weaken… as soon as 20! Yes, 20! Between age, sun exposure, and even your diet – your skin’s collagen proteins start to break down which results in fine lines and wrinkles.
Scary, I know- but that’s why I’m so excited to team up with Olay to tell you all about their new Collagen Peptide 24 Moisturizer!
I’ve been using Olay’s new Collagen Peptide 24 Moisturizer for a few weeks now and it’s been such a great addition to my skincare routine. It uses the highest concentration of penta-peptide. (Peptides are building blocks of skin proteins, and this one has been clinically proven to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles.)
In order for collagen to get you the best results possible, it has to be able to penetrate the surface of your skin. Collagen molecules are too BIG to really soak into your skin, meaning a lot of products with collagen on the market are just sitting on the surface of your skin and only delivering limited results.
Regenerist Collagen Peptide 24 Face Moisturizer
It’s fragrance-free, which you guys know is something that’s really important to me, and on top of giving your skin a boost of collagen- it also feels amazing. The formula is lightweight so it soaks into your skin almost instantly without leaving you feeling greasy. I use it day and night (don’t forget your neck!) along with sunscreen during the day to give my skin an extra layer of protection.
Besides being a fantastic moisturizer, it’s also super affordable- so you really are getting the absolute best bang for your buck!
If you want to shop and learn more about the Olay Collagen Peptide 24 Moisturizer, click here! Another huge thank you to Olay for sponsoring this post.