As you know, I’m a big wellness gal. Even more so, I’m a fan of products that cross over from the wellness space & into beauty because I strongly believe that the two are so deeply connected. When you nourish your body from the inside out, you feel good AND look good. A few years ago, I had the “aha” moment of realizing that when you stop focusing on the way you look and focus on the way you FEEL, the rest kind of falls into place. Does that make sense? This has quickly become one of my philosophies that I like to live by.
Something that I do on a daily basis to give my body a boost of glowing skin goodness, is take my Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides. As you might know, I’ve been taking it for years and absolutely swear by the benefits. I used to struggle with acne and still have my fair share of hormonal issues that I’m constantly working on. Daily collagen is something good I can do for my skin (and health) without spending too much time. I either drink it in my coffee, smoothie, or alone in water! Taking collagen daily over the last few years has been a staple in my skincare and beauty routine and will be something I always include in my routine. Collagen helps skin elasticity, skin hydration, hair & nail support, and an overall “glow.”
I find that when taking collagen, my breakouts heal faster and when I do have an acne scar, it fades much faster. Vital Protein’s also contains probiotics that help improve gut health which in turn boots skin health. Like I said, it’s really all connected here!! Collagen checks all the boxes and gets the job done. Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides have been a standout for me since the very beginning of my wellness journey because they are so trustworthy with the ingredients they use. They are dairy free, gluten free, whole 30 approved, & paleo friendly! They’re also grass fed and pasture raised. If you’re looking to add a supplement into your routine that will support glowing skin, taking collagen is what I recommend! I know you won’t be disappointed. (;
Thank you to Vital Protein’s for sponsoring this post, as always all opinions are my own.