Make your skin 'woof' with pleasure
By Sara Darling
I’ve always been a tad dubious of facial products promising the elixir of youth in a drinkable form. It’s all a bit Alice in Wonderland for me! Call me old school, but give me creams and lotions please - whilst I stock up on leafy green vegetables, avocados, citrus fruits and pumpkin seeds which are known to aid skin health.
However, I will try anything in the name of dewy, fresh skin with very little effort. With winter drawing in, my skin is cranking up the remote to dry, so it needs a lot of TLC. However, rather than address my facial concerns from the outside, Skin Woof is a daily dose of fruity powder which when diluted with water, provides a nifty collagen burst from within.
Collagen is a buzzword on the beauty scene, as it's what gives us a glowing complexion, and why teenagers should take for granted their enviable clear skin. Alas the rate of production slows down in our twenties and skin naturally starts to sag and wrinkle.
As the body’s most abundant protein, (also responsible for healthy bones and joints and hair), the amino acids, and peptides literally glue our bones, cartilage, skin, and blood vessels together and keep us youthful, so finding a remedy to prolong this is like the holy grail!
Drinking Skin Woof was reminiscent of student fave, Berocca, with its vibrant hue and effervescent nature. But the natural extracts of marine collagen (derived from Peptan), Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin C and antioxidants, promised a lot more than a cure for a hangover! And when diluted in a glass of cold water were quite a zingy addition to my morning routine.
While collagen is probably most well known for its use as a lip enhancer or injectable, drinking my strawberry and lime sachet every day for thirty days has definitely given my face a bit more of a glow and radiance. I don’t feel ‘overdone’, but I feel like I’m kind of cheating the system by re-energizing my system from the inside out.
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