Should we be drinking anti-aging collagen tea? That’s the question I was asking myself having seen a supplier of specialist supplement materials suggesting that we should take them up on exactly that proposition. Collagen is one of the longest standing cosmetic buzzwords and it has been turning up on ingredient lists, in marketing copy and […]
Collagen has always been a promising skincare active, but a new form of it,Nature Identical Collagen, might finally fulfill that promise.
The excitable chaps who cover beauty over at the Daily Mail have gone even more effervescent than usual over the latest expensive skin serum. And when I say expensive I mean expensive – a four week course costs £600 (€750, $940). That is well over half the amount a full time worker on the minimum
Collagen shots are becoming popular. Most beauty enthusiasts know all about the role of collagen in the appearance of the skin, and how it is the webbing that holds everything together. It is a protein that has a spring like appearance that fits in with its ability to make your skin springy and resistant to
A couple of people have picked up on something from my review of Aldi’s Anti-wrinkle cream. This has an SPF of 4, which I thought was about right for a day cream. Shouldn’t I be suggesting at least SPF15 they ask. I don’t think I should: I think it is about right. But I do