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The Benefits of Collagen Protein

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Hey there, fabulous skin enthusiasts!


If you're on a quest for that coveted youthful glow and skin that makes heads turn, look no further than BulletProof collagen powder protein – the game-changer your skin has been dreaming of! In this blog, I am diving deep into BulletProof collagen and how it can do wonders for your skin. Get ready to unleash the magic of collagen and discover the secrets to flawless skin – the BulletProof way!


I use this stuff daily. I mix it with my Thrive shake and get about 50+ grams of protein in the morning. I care about my skin, so I do many things to protect it as I age, and I KNOW you ladies care about your skin, too. Taking BulletProof is one of the things I do in my skincare routine, and I recommend you do as well. 


Let me go through some of the benefits.

Let's start with the basics – collagen is the holy grail of skin proteins. The structural foundation keeps your skin plump, elastic, and youthful. But as we age, the collagen production party starts winding down, leading to the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and saggy skin – yikes!


Picture this – ethically-sourced grass-fed cows living their best lives, and their collagen-packed goodness transforms into the magical BulletProof collagen powder protein. It's like the skincare fairytale you never knew you needed. Now, you can add this enchanting powder to your coffee, smoothies, or even your favorite desserts – a delightful treat for your skin. Who doesn't love a radiant glow? Studies have shown that this wonder powder can enhance skin hydration, leaving you with a complexion that's positively glowing (1). So you can begin to say goodbye to those pesky wrinkles and say hello to smooth, plump skin! A suitable collagen powder protein can boasts a treasure trove of amino acids that stimulate collagen production. This superhero action reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, giving you that age-defying confidence.


What about the sun? We love soaking up the sun and for a good reason: it's VERY good for you. But the UV rays can be a real bummer for our skin. Fortunately, collagen powder protein can lend a helping hand. Studies suggest this skin-loving elixir may improve your skin's resilience against sun damage, keeping it safe and sound from harmful rays (2). Collagen also has anti-inflammatory properties, which means it helps reduce skin redness, promotes a more even skin tone and keeps it hydrated (3). 


.........And there's more. Not only does it work its magic on your skin, but it also sprinkles some fairy dust on your hair and nails. Get ready for more robust, shinier locks and nails.




At the end of the day, I HIGHLY recommend that you use powder collagen to aid in your skin-care routine. The product I recommend, if you haven't figured it out yet 😉, is BulletProof Collagen. As mentioned, I use it daily and have been for years. I use the unflavored powder because I mix it with my Thrive Lifestyle shake (which is the best thing on this planet) and BAM! I get over 50 grams of protein (I have two shakes). It's literally my favorite treat in the morning. 


The unflavored BulletProof collagen mixes exceptionally well in cold water. I've tried other collagen powders, and almost all do NOT mix well. But with BP collagen, it's super easy. Go here to get your – BulletProof Collagen


I also have a promo code for you to use so you get 20% off, but this code only works on the supplements on my page, so be sure to use it on the links given. The code is FNFITT20


Stay FN healthy, 


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  1. Proksch, E., Segger, D., Degwert, J., Schunck, M., Zague, V., & Oesser, S. (2014). Oral supplementation of specific collagen peptides has beneficial effects on human skin physiology: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Skin Pharmacology and Physiology, 27(1), 47-55.

  2. Zague, V., de Freitas, V., da Costa Rosa, M., de Castro, G. A., Jaeger, R. G., & Machado-Santelli, G. M. (2011). Collagen hydrolysate intake increases skin collagen expression and suppresses matrix metalloproteinase 2 activity. Journal of Medicinal Food, 14(6), 618-624.

  3. Asserin, J., Lati, E., Shioya, T., & Prawitt, J. (2015). The effect of oral collagen peptide supplementation on skin moisture and the dermal collagen network: evidence from an ex vivo model and randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trials. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, 14(4), 291-301.

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