28 Feb Trylagen or Aldenine: Which one you want for your skin!
Trylagen – we NEED this!
Aldenine: you skin care mavens may have heard of it, which is the predecessor of Trylagen. Trylagen is the new, more effective version of Aldenine, and is considered to be a much improved way of aiding mature skin.
Trylagen is a combination of active peptides and proteins that provide an efficient treatment to restore the collagen levels of youth and mature skin, maintaining an adequate long-lasting collagen function that will ensure a healthy and youthful complexion.
Trylagen produces a 3-in-1 action towards collagen: increasing its production, improving its organization, and inhibiting its degradation. This spunky newcomer may be the newer kid in school, but she is most assuredly top shelf in your Skincare Toolbox. Let’s talk amongst ourselves, shall we?
As we age, especially when we hit our 50’s, collagen levels start to decline more rapidly. Youthful skin contains a predominance of collagen III. When you were four years old 90% of your collagen was collagen III. At age 50 90% of your collagen has become collagen I, a protein that our bodies produce naturally. In simpler terms, our skin is craving collagen type III.
Trylagen has been found to triple Collagen III production. When used daily, clinical studies show that deep wrinkles appear more shallow.
Nanci brings this most current iteration of skin boosting technology to us in two of NCN’s most highly reviewed products: the Retinols. I personally love The Skin Tight Lifting Elixir which contains Trylagen as well; I use it under makeup and get compliments. Enough said.
Vitamin C in the form of L-Ascorbic Acid contains Collagen Type III already. If you would like to learn more about the products we offer that contain Trylagen, click on the links below to learn more about each product:
Louise J. Manteuffel, guest contributor