1. Keep away from direct or indirect sunlight
Sun exposure is a prime suspect for hastening collagen loss. “UVA rays penetrate deep into the skin and damage the deep collagen support structures there,” says Dr. Lowe.
“My advice would be to wear an SPF15 broad spectrum cream (one that protects against UVA and UVB rays) through the year.”
2. Cut back on the sweets
Too much sugar in the body can cause premature aging of the skin, by a process called glycation. What happens is that excess sugar in the blood attach itself to lipids, nucleic acids and proteins (especially your collagen) to form “advanced glycation end products” or AGEs, which accelerate the aging process and so cause wrinkly skin.
3. Increase dietary intake of vitamin C
A study published in the American Journal of Nutrition found women over 40 with the highest amount of vitamin C in their diet were less likely to develop wrinkles than those who consumed lower levels. “Vitamin C is crucial to the formation of collagen – without it, amino acids can’t be linked to form the protein,” according to dietitian Jo Travers.
Eat food that promotes collagen production
Add to your diet daily portions of vegetables, bone broth, and berries. These are rich in collagen but is not enough to trigger collagen production in the body. This is where taking LAMIDERM and Laminine Supplement takes the upheave to look younger from the inside and out. Laminine contains FGF2, that help regenerate collagen tissue. You can take Laminine as supplement intake and apply LAMIDERM as topical maintenance.