2023 Beauty Trends: Supplements to improve your mind, body and health

2023 Beauty Trends: Supplements to improve your mind, body and health

Cited as one of 2023’s beauty trends to watch out for, is collagen. As we age, our bodies naturally produce less collagen—a vital protein that is found in the human body and plays a crucial role in skin health. This can lead to wrinkles and loss of elasticity. In recent years, collagen supplements and drinks have become popular as a way to promote healthy, youthful skin by replenishing collagen levels.

But did you know that collagen alone lacks essential amino acids such as Tryptophan that are needed to produce proteins that your body requires?

Our revolutionary 98% natural Red Algae-Infused Collagen Shot, created with clinically proven Peptan® Marine Collagen and Ceramosides™ Patented Complex, is the world's first red algae-infused collagen drink. And when you combine collagen and red algae, your beauty regime becomes supercharged.

Red Algae: The Next Anti-Ageing Superfood

Red algae is a type of seaweed that is known for its potent antioxidant properties. When ingested, red algae can help keep the skin healthy by protecting it from stressors like pollution and UV radiation. The nutrients in red algae also reduce inflammation—a known trigger for acne—and slow down the ageing process,

Source of antioxidants:

One of the main benefits of red algae is that it contains antioxidant properties. The vitamins, polyphenols and polyunsaturated fatty acids found in this type of seaweed are all antioxidants.

Supporting heart health:

Marine algae is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are important for maintaining heart health. Some studies have suggested that red algae may help to lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease.

May help in thyroid function:

Red algae is one of several sources of iodine, which can help support thyroid health. For example, a deficiency in iodine can cause hypothyroidism (or an underactive thyroid) - with symptoms such as weight gain and fatigue.

Boosting the immune system:

Red algae is a source of antioxidants and other nutrients that can help to support the immune system. Some studies suggest that marine algae polysaccharides (MAPs), a type of carbohydrate found in seaweed, can initiate an immune response by stimulating the body's natural defenses and attacking cancer cells.

Reducing inflammation:

Research has shown that red algae contains compounds with anti-inflammatory properties. Some studies suggest that these phytochemicals may be able to reduce inflammation in the body.

Glow Shot: The Secret to Firmer, Healthier & Youthful-Looking Skin

Our Red Algae-Infused Collagen Shot is created with clinically proven Peptan® Marine Collagen and Ceramosides™ Patented Complex, making it the world's first red algae-infused collagen drink.

Our Seacra Signature Red-Algae Complex is the secret to Glow Shot's powerful antioxidant properties. These antioxidants are essential in protecting our skin from external stressors and slowing down the ageing process. With each sip, you'll be taking a step towards firmer, healthier, and more youthful-looking skin.

Collagen is a vital component of our skin, hair, and nails, and as we age, our bodies naturally produce less of it. This can lead to wrinkles, fine lines, and a loss of elasticity. But with Glow Shot, you can replenish your body's collagen levels, and see the difference in your skin's appearance.

Peptan® Marine Collagen and Ceramosides™ Patented Complex are clinically proven to improve skin elasticity, hydration, and smoothness, giving you the youthful glow you've been searching for. This powerful combination, along with our unique red algae-infused formula, makes Glow Shot the ultimate solution for achieving a youthful and radiant complexion.

 

References:

Ryu, B.; Kim, Y.-S.; Jeon, Y.-J. Seaweeds and Their Natural Products for Preventing Cardiovascular Associated Dysfunction. Mar. Drugs 2021, 19, 507. https://doi.org/10.3390/md19090507

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Xu, Y., Huang, X., & Cheong, L. (2017). Recent Advances in Marine Algae Polysaccharides: Isolation, Structure, and Activities. Marine Drugs, 15(12). https://doi.org/10.3390/md15120388

Kim DU, Chung HC, Choi J, Sakai Y, Lee BY. Oral intake of low-molecular-weight collagen peptide improves hydration, elasticity, and wrinkling in human skin: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Nutrients. 2018 Jun 26;10(7):826.

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