Helissa Collagen and skin diseases
If you suffer from dry skin, psoriasis, eczema, varicose ulcers, or any other form of skin disease, it is possible that replenishing your supplies of collagen in your body might help to combat against these. This also applies to problems with blood vessels, such as varicose veins, spider veins and cracked capillaries. Collagen is the basic structural element of body tissues, including ligaments, skin and vein walls.
What does collagen do in your body?
The human body naturally produces collagen by itself. However, its production begins to diminish from your 25th birthday. This decrease in the body’s production of collagen decreases dramatically by the time you reach your 40th birthday. This deficit of natural production of collagen and what the body requires manifests itself in wrinkles, weak hair and nails, and minor aches and pains which we learn to accept because “we are not getting any younger”. If you have problems with sore knees, tendons, and other ailments, collagen supplementation can help significantly.
What can collagen do?
- it softens and increases the elasticity of the epidermis, the top layer of skin
- it completely eliminates the appearance dry wrinkles
- it helps in most cases of acne
- it cures the consequences of insect bites and stings
- it effectively eliminates minor burns, frostbite, abrasions and bruises
- it treats the effects of most nail diseases
- it improves the immunity of genitals
- it heals spider and inner varicose veins
- it softens the edges of old scars, smooths fresh scars
- it helps in the treatment of allergic skin reactions
- it eliminates internal and external swelling
- it treats skin inflammations
- it prevents the expansion of capillaries and cracked veins
- it helps with skin cancer prevention
- it regenerates vaginal mucosa
- it heals psoriasis
- it supports circulation within veins and arteries, strengthens vein walls
- it helps skin, tissues and bones to regenerate after surgery