What is all the fuss about Collagen?

If you want to really discover what works in regards to beauty and Anti Aging, you don't need to look further than the issue of Collagen, creams collagen. People waste a fortune buying collagen products, having collagen injections when all that is needed is to start using a Collagen Induction System to make your own collagen.

Collagen is responsible for aging their is no escaping that reality. By the time you have reached 35 you will have lost roughly half the collagen levels in your skin. This is around the time that you start to notice changes in your skin and complexion.

Why are external collagen products a waste of money?

Up until recently people have been buying ridiculously expensive collagen creams, collagen masks, getting collagen injections, taking collagen supplements. Unfortunately they are an absolute waste of money- Smearing your face with Bovine (cow) Collagen products is really not going to change the fact that on a daily basis your skin is losing collagen internally. All these types of products including supplements and injections have a very temporary effect and do not at all target ways to build collagen. As soon as you use them your body starts eliminating them as is the case with collagen injections. The side effects can also be devastating and irreversible.

Collagen Induction Therapy- getting collagen back into your skin naturally

Ironically the only method that has been scientifically proven to induct collagen is by needling the skin. The Chinese have known this for thousands of years- they invented acupuncture and knew it's anti aging properties on the skin.

Modern Medical research has shown that by using a Derma Roller (0.5mm and above) increases collagen Induction by up to 1000% after a single use (1).

This is absolutely phenomenal as far as anti aging is concerned. It leaves all other treatments and products null and void in comparison.

Not only is it great to start building the collagen levels back in your skin but it also can be used to prevent collagen loss once you are happy with your skin.


What products should you use for collagen induction therapy?

Remember to use only purely natural products with the microneedle rollers because they increases trans dermal absorption of many products you use by up to 10,000 times (2). Most beauty creams contain toxic ingredients and high levels of synthetic vitamins that can be toxic to the liver and your health when absorbed at these increased levels.

White Lotus has created safe, effective serums from our clinical experience using ingredients that have been scientifically proven to rejuvenate skin cells and reduce redness after needling (3,4)- The white Lotus Serum range are vegan, natural and tailored specifically for skin needling.
 
Most microneedle rollers on the market including FDA approved rollers have not been inspected and you cannot verify whether they are a sterile product. Remember they are needles you are buying you need to know they are sterile.

Further Information: About What is Skin Needling-

For more information about these treatments you may like to view
 
   Before and after photos
   Collagen Induction products
   Skin Needling Roller Facts

 

1. Schwartz et al, 2006, internet paper. Abstract re ections about COLLAGEN-INDUCTION-THERAPY (CIT) A Hypothesis for the Mechanism of Action of Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) using Micro-Needles; 1st edition February 2006. 2nd revision January 2007 Horst Liebl 

2. Henry, S. McAllister, D.V. Allen, M.G. Prausnitz, M.R. (1998). Microfabricated microneedles: a novel approach to transdermal drug delivery. J Pharm Sci. Aug87(8), 922-925. Orentreich, D.S. Orentreich, N. (1995). Subcutaneous incisionless (subcision) surgery for the correction of depressed scars and wrinkles. Dermatol Surg. Jun21(6). 543-549. 

3. Medical College Of Georgia. (2003, April 25). Green Tea Linked To Skin Cell Rejuvenation. ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 25, 2016 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2003/04/030425071800.htm

4. Pajonk, F., Riedisser, A., Henke, M., McBride, W. H. & Fiebich, B. (2006). The effects of tea extracts on proin ammatory signalling. BMC Med. Dec 1,4,28.