Want to know a little secret about glowing skin? You have to treat it from the inside out. Yep, that’s right. I’ve been drinking Glotrition collagen peptide drink mix for several months and I absolutely love it! Bonus: It tastes really great and you’re getting 20 ounces of water at the same time!
Meet creator Lisa Pineiro, the picture of a perfect beauty! She’s been in TV for many years and learned early on how to fight aging by one thing: taking care of your skin! And that collagen production is key to anti-aging. So what’s a girl to do? Start your own company and produce Glotrition, a delicious sweet-tart berry flavored drink mix that you take every day.
What it is: An anti-aging drink mix that contains Verisol, a patented collagen peptide that has been clinically shown to increase skin firmness and reduce wrinkle depth in just 30 days by spurring new collagen growth.
What it does: Perhaps the most important step in skin care is to replenish cells with vital nutrients and peptides that are naturally depleted with age. This collagen peptide drink mix contains hyaluronic acid, biotin and a targeted blend of powerful antioxidants to help nourish skin cells and protect collagen fibers—the building blocks of skin. The all-natural, delicious crystalline powder blends easily with water to form a tasty and nutritious liquid collagen drink.
I mix mine each morning but combining the crystal powder with just 3 ounces of ice-cold water. It dilutes better this way. Once its mixed, I fill my bottle to the top, ensuring that I get my full 20 ounces of water in. Then, I take it upstairs to my office with me and enjoy a refreshing drink while I check e-mails. Glotrition comes with a 30 days supply of individual packets. Or you can purchase the 2 step system (pictured above) that comes with the topical serum that you apply to your skin daily. Either way, you will notice firm, more youthful looking skin. Who doesn’t want that?
What I really notice is that my skin glows. And that’s always a good thing! xoxo – Tanya
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