Get Glowing: Your Collagen Questions Answered

Ready to glow from the inside out? Our new Glow Collagen Gummies are packed with skin-nourishing collagen, one of the most in-demand supplements on the market. New to collagen? We’re here today to answer some of your most frequently asked questions about this super supplement.

What is collagen?

Collagen is a naturally occurring protein that is found throughout the body, and its primary function is to hold our body together by providing structure to the skin, bones, skin, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. As we age or are exposed to unhealthy environmental factors like UV light or smoking, collagen production in our bodies slows, having an effect on the most fundamental pieces of this protein.

One of collagen’s most popular properties is essential for youthful-looking skin and has been proven to improve the resiliency and strength of skin over time.

Social Naturals Glow Collagen Gummies stimulate collagen production, creating radiance from the inside out.

What is collagen made of?

There are two distinct collagen sources that you will find on the market today, animal-based and vegan.

Animal-based collagen most often comes from bovine or marine and is actually collagen from an animal, while vegan collagen gives your body the boost to create your own collagen. Our Social Naturals Collagen Glow Gummies are made with bovine and are allergen-free.

How to increase collagen?

Most of us do not get enough collagen strictly from our diets, which is where collagen supplements come into play. Finding the right balance between both your diet and collagen supplements can help maximize the production of collagen, giving your body the support it needs for healthy hair, skin, nails, and more!

What foods have collagen?

Protein-rich foods will be your best friend when working to boost collagen production. That bone broth you’ve seen pop up on the scene? One of the best foods for your body to help collagen production. Other great options to stimulate the production of the amino acids you need to make collagen: eggs and dairy, meat, seafood, and beans.

How much collagen should I take per day?

Like most ingestible supplements, how much collagen you should take a day is personal to you. Because collagen levels vary so much from person-to-person depending on how old you are, how much you work out, or your current stress levels, it is best to consult with your doctor to understand how much is right for you. We recommend you start with two (2) of our Glow Collagen Gummies and see if you can feel the benefits.

How long does it take for collagen to work? How to take collagen effectively?

As with most supplements, consistency is key. Make sure you take a consistent serving to get the most effective results. While collagen is absorbed in your bloodstream relatively quickly, it does take some time to see the positive results as it is all dependent on your own personal collagen levels.

Ready to see what collagen can do for you? Try our Glow Collagen Gummies and leave a review!

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