Why "collagen" isn't enough for your skin

Written by Alex Reid
Posted July 16, 2020

Dear Reader,

After you hit 25, your ability to create collagen significantly decreases…

This leaves you with a HUGE problem…

You see, collagen is a structural protein that makes up one-third of the proteins in the body. 

And when your body can’t keep up with the demand for collagen, your tissues start to age and wear out… 

Over time, this causes problems with your joints, bones, muscles, tendons, and skin.

It even affects your body’s ability to heal wounds. 

Before you rush out to grab collagen for yourself, don't.

Grabbing any old type of collagen isn't good enough for you.

Your body needs not one, but five particular types of collagen to counter these low-collagen problems. 

Collagen #1: Type I. Type I collagen is the most abundant protein in the entire human body. Your body uses it to form skin, bones, tendons, blood vessels, and other connective tissues. Taking type I collagen is a fantastic support for your skin's health. It may aid with wound healing and prevent premature signs of aging, like dry and wrinkly skin.

Collagen #2: Type II. The second most abundant form of collagen is type II collagen. This makes up the cartilage in your joints, nose, ears, ribcage, and bronchial tubes. Type II collagen is incredible for promoting joint health. Over time, your joints wear down and need to be replenished. The problem is, as your natural production of collagen lowers, your body has a difficult time keeping up. Collagen supplements may help give you the boost you need.

Collagen #3: Type III. Like type I collagen, type III collagen is important to the skin's structure. It helps improve skin elasticity and reduce visible signs of aging. Type III collagen is also important for the health of your organs — especially the heart.

Collagen #4: Type V. Type V collagen is a powerful structural protein for pregnant women. It’s vital to the development of the placenta, which supplies growing babies with oxygen and nutrients. This form of collagen also works alongside type I collagen to repair certain tissues throughout the body. Despite its importance, very few sources of collagen contain type V.

Collagen #5: Type X. Type X collagen is similar to type II collagen. It supports the structure of bones and joints, which makes it another important protein for those struggling with joint pain, arthritis, and brittle bones. Like type V collagen, this form of collagen isn’t found in many supplements, either.

So more times than not... folks end up doing one of two things:

1. Waste their money on purchasing multiple supplements.

2. Forgo the synergistic benefits that these five forms of collagen offer together. 

But both of these choices are absolutely unacceptable

A collagen supplement should contain ALL five essential forms of collagen. 

That’s why we only support one collagen supplement: ULTRA Collagen.

It's a complete collagen supplement, brought to you by our sister company Bambu Naturals.

Not only does it have all five essential forms of collagen...

Bambu Naturals gets it directly from its GMP-certified lab in Utah.

And since there aren’t any retail store or warehousing costs, this means you don’t have to pay expensive markups. 

In other words, you get an ultra-premium product at an ultra-low price.

Oh, and when we say ultra-premium...

We mean ULTRA-premium:

  • Five essential types of collagen.
  • Tasteless and odorless.
  • Easy to digest.
  • No toxic GMOs, fillers, or additives.

Don’t miss out on all of the benefits of this premium collagen product. Get ULTRA Collagen here. 

To your health,

Alex Reid
President, Longevity Insider HQ