Why you should DRINK collagen instead of putting it on your face

Forget all expensive anti-aging lotions, serums and creams you store in your bathroom - here’s the best anti-aging secret of all times!


For a youthful and glowing skin, collagen is the key. Unfortunately, our bodies produce less of it as we get older - a process that starts once we hit our mid-20s. Furthermore, collagen is broken down by stressors such as too much sun exposure, lack of sleep, toxins and free radicals. That damage should be made up by fibroblasts, the body’s own collagen factories found in all connective tissues, but with the passing of the years, these tend to become sluggish. And as the collagen disappears, so does skin’s youthful appearance.

So what should you do? Call the next plastic surgeon? Drink tons of water every day? Well, the idea of making skin healthier from within makes sense. We all know that a good diet and a healthy lifestyle are absolutely crucial for a healthy youthful skin. But water alone won’t make it. Instead, drink more collagen. Yes, drink it!  

Collagen is most derived from bovine sources and sometime chickens and fish scales. It contains high amounts of the amino acids glycine, proline, and lysine, which are essential for the formation and reparation of connective tissues, repair of bones and joints and support healthy skin, hair and nails. Drinking or eating collagen, rather than applying it to your skin or injecting it, provides the entire body with the building blocks it needs to repair the body’s connective tissues. So, providing your skin with collagen from the inside, can help to renew itself faster and look firmer and more youthful.


NOTE: WOMEN’S BEST Beauty Collagen Drink contains the optimal dosage of collagen to make your skin glow.



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