Healthy hydrated cells are said to be the key to staying young, so get the flow on your face from inside. Glowing and youthful skin may not be far away.Beauty expert Kathryn Danzey, favoured by celebrities for gaining that extra glow, gives advice to achieve that glow from the inside out in two weeks and says healthy hydrated cells are the key to staying young.At the anti-ageing health and beauty show at London Olympia, Danzey said that it takes three-four weeks for the skin cells to be re-newed and only five days for the stomach lin-ing. So, one should use the food and drinks consumption to help promote our healthy sk-incare routine.The beauty expert has a 3-dimensional ap-proach to ageing:-Hydrating and strengthening the cell wall is vital.-Topical applications.-Treatments to protect and reverse.Cellular hydration diminishes with age and it’s impossible to hydrate cells that are weak. Danzey advised that drinking collagen – a big beauty trend at the moment, could help one look young for long.Collagen Shots have 10,000 mgs of marine ex-tract collagen per serving. Collagen type I is a major protein found in connective tissues and skin, and plays an essential role in maintain-ing skin tone, suppleness and elasticity.After the age of 25 collagen synthesis reduces at a rate of 1.5 per cent a year and by the age of 45 collagen levels fallen by as much as 30 per cent.The visible effects of this process are the ap-pearance of wrinkles, fine lines and dry skin. Collagen Shots will solve all of these problems, by consuming one shot per day.H3O hydration is a revolution that provides all the minerals and ions that are essential for hydra-tion at a cellular level to create healthy hydrated cells.-Hypotonic hydration with hyaluronic acid for cell hydration.-Key minerals to transfer nutrients into cells and waste products out of cells.-Turn on the switch to convert dormant energy to active energy to encourage weight loss.-Helps regulate the level of oxygen in blood.
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