Collagen Aging

At age of 45, 30% of Collagen loss

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From the Age of 25 your body depletes collagen at 1.5 % every year (e.g. age 35 loss = 15%, age 45 loss = 30% etc.). When a person smiles, frowns, or squints, stress is placed on the collagen in the skin, wearing it down and resulting in the formation of facial lines and wrinkles.

The collagen layer thins with aging as well as other factors such as exposure to environmental elements and heredity. Older people have weaker bones. Old people have weaker muscles, and they are more likely to injure themselves in a fall because their muscles don´t react as well. Muscle loss occurs at about the rate of 1% per year.

Women´s muscles, like their bones, are normally smaller than men´s, and Collagen contributes significantly to these differences.

CellBone´s  Collagen MaxLife product is designed to stimulate collagen production and help replace years of collagen loss.