Drink away wrinkles! 

For healthy skin, collagen is key: This naturally occurring protein keeps skin smooth and youthful, but our bodies produce less collagen as we get older. The result? Thinner skin, dryness, and more wrinkles. 

Previously, experts thought that collagen drinks had a low chance of having any effect because the body would probably just break them down in the stomach and use them for energy without really absorbing them.  

Newer studies may suggest otherwise. That infact those who were consuming collagen drinks had shown significant improvements in the elasticity as well as thickness of their skin. 

The craze is big in Europe and Asia and Many companies, such as Applied Nutrition, Lemnox, Skinade, Mejii and YouTonics, jumped on the collagen drink bandwagon, selling their products, on average, for roughly $70 for a month’s supply. 
I recently tried Fountain, made by a Canadian company called Deciem. I’m in love with the all the drinks and most importantly I’m in love with the science behind the company. They range from 30-60$ per bottle. 
There are 11 different formulations to choose from the brand.. 
the Beauty Molecule

the Phyto-Collagen Molecule

the Hyaluronic Molecule

the Super Green Molecule

the Glow Molecule

the Beauty Molecule Extra Strenght

the Phyto-Collagen Molecule

the Hair Molecule

the Happy Molecule

the Energy Molecule

the Geek Molecule

I’m currently drinking the Phyto-Collagen Molecule and so far my skin looks super plump and dewy. I highly recommend trying some! 

The bottles can be obtained at Fountainbeauty.com, from where they are shipped worldwide.


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