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Beauty from the inside out

MEDIA RELEASE JUNE 2014

Beauty from the inside out
Winter can be a harsh time of year – not only do temperatures drop; winter can also affect our skin, hair and nails. For years, the benefits of collagen have been known, but only recently have we started to recognise the real importance of collagen as a supplement.

Proudly distributed by Natural Meds, NeoCell Super Collagen + C Type 1&3 is a must-have and an important part of your daily beauty regime. New Zealand Naturopath, Michele Wilton, says: “Collagen supplementation is one of the most fundamental things people can do to prevent premature aging and promote youthful vitality. Unlike topical lotions and creams collagen supplementation works from the inside out and Collagen Type 1&3 represents 90% of the body’s total collagen supply and the main collagen consistent in the skin, hair and nails

Understanding collagen begins with knowing that it’s truly the glue that holds the body together. Although abundant in our youth, the body’s natural collagen production typically slows as we age and it is estimated that the body loses it at a rate of 1.5% per year after the age of 25. As collagen production slows, the fibres in the body become brittle and begin to break down - resulting in the tell-tale signs of aging.

Taking collagen daily provides several significant and visible benefits:
• Minimise fine lines and wrinkles
• Improve skin elasticity
• Thicken fine hair
• Slow hair loss
• Correct split or rigid nails

With each NeoCell Super Collagen + C tablet containing 1,000 mg of Collagen Type 1 & 3, three to six tablets a day will provide the collagen necessary to replenish the body’s supply and help support radiant skin, thicker hair and stronger nails.

Available from all good health stores and pharmacies including Health 2000 & Hardy’s –
RRP $36.70 for 120 tabs or 198g powder.

Make sure you look and feel your best this winter. For a list of stockists go to – www.naturalmeds.co.nz

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