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Collagen Refresh Lemonade

by Alisa Alisa Princy (2019-11-12)

Researchers measured the number of new cells on Collagen Refresh Lemonade Review volunteers' faces, before application, as well as the amount of collagen in the skin. They measured moisture content and firmness. They measured the amount of inflammatory molecules within the cells, because chronic inflammation causes damage, changes in pigmentation and age spots. The volunteers were separated into two groups. One group received a cream containing protein peptides, (those fragments that I mentioned earlier), the antioxidants coenzyme Q10 and vitamin E, avocado oil and wakame kelp extracts. The other group received a common base cream. Of course, there were no long-lasting results with the base cream, although moisture content was temporarily improved, but in the group that received the "real" anti aging skincare cosmetics, with the nutritional supplements, the results were amazing. They saw 160% increase in skin-cell proliferation, after only three days of use, a sustained 42% improvement in moisture content and firmness after 14 days of use, a 70% reduction in inflammatory molecules, increased collagen content, antioxidant content and protein content. Fine lines went away and wrinkles started to fade. People with old scars saw them start to fade away and disappear completely after several months of use. It almost sounds too good to be true, but those are the proven results with nutritive "anti" aging skincare cosmetics. It's worth a try! Being plagued with the embarrassment of the cellulite that had built up on my legs, thighs and bottom, I set out on my own journey to find out if there was really a way to get rid of cellulite. During my research to get rid of my own ugly cellulite, I have found that although the appearance of cellulite can be dramatically reduced, there is no magic way to get rid of it all together. Many companies who create anti-cellulite products promise to do just that. Unfortunately, there is no miracle cure. The real truth is you can reduce the look, but not rid your body of cellulite. Cellulite is just a scientific name given to the fat that has built up just underneath the surface of the skin, causing that ugly bumpy and dimpled look. It effects about 90 to 95% of all women and is thought to be caused by hormonal changes, lack of a proper diet and exercise, poor circulation and many other things associated with the build up of fat in our bodies.