I know that you guys have been enjoying the recent deluge of skin health content on my website, all of which is made possible by my very talented writing intern Kat who is back once again with an epic article on collagen. I will let her take it from here!
Skin aging continues to reign as one of the most prevalent dermatological and cosmetic concerns across the globe. Maturing skin is an intricate process that occurs due to both extrinsic factors, like UV radiation and environmental pollution, and intrinsic factors, such as chronological aging (actually getting older) and genetic predispositions.
Atopic dermatitis, also known as eczema, is the most common chronic skin condition in America. It’s an inflammatory condition that affects around 10% of the population and is characterized by extremely dry, itchy skin that can progress into unpleasantly painful rashes and skin lesions. Although it disproportionately affects children, there
I know how big of a topic skin health is, so I hope you guys enjoy this piece. The skin health industry is absolutely massive and North Americans spend millions of dollars each year on products to enhance and protect the look and feel of their skin. This is blatantly
People seem to love taking and talking about collagen supplements. I see them being touted all over social media, including by a number of my colleagues. After my last exploratory article on biotin , it’s only natural then that I look into what collagen is all about. In today’s article
One of the things that I pride myself on as a nutrition blogger is keeping a drift of the latest trends when it comes to popular nutrition topics. With this in mind, I’ve noticed a trend that many of my female clients are coming in and reporting the use of