Collagen is naturally produced in the body when we are young, but production peaks at around the age of 20 then slows down progressively as we mature.

Collagen is naturally produced in the body when we are young, but production peaks at around the age of 20 then slows down progressively as we mature.
So, when should you start taking collagen? Your early to mid-20s are a great time to think about starting to supplement with collagen. As our bodies stops producing so much collagen there is a gradual deterioration of protein fibres. We start to notice that our skin is more dehydrated and thinner and wrinkles start to appear.
But this reduction in collagen goes more than skin deep. It leads to the loss of bone and cartilage which often results in increased pain, discomfort and inflammation in our joints. Our hair can start to thin too and as our hormones go awry, our bodies start to creak and ache, and our digestion suffers. In short, we simply don’t feel – or look – as well as we used to. The answer to when to start taking collagen, ultimately, is as soon as you can.

Turn the tide on depletion

While this is a natural cycle, thanks to products like Pura Collagen, it’s not an inevitable one. Our supplements work equally brilliantly for both women and men, replacing these vital building blocks of our body and enabling us to better heal, grow, repair and rejuvenate as we age.
When you consider that collagen is the most abundant protein in our body and a key constituent of all connective tissues and the musculoskeletal system that’s essential for mobility, why should you just sit back and accept depletion? You owe it to your future self to start taking care of your collagen levels today.