Rebuild Collagen with Two Beauty Breakthroughs for 2016

December 30, 2015
Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS

Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS

Award-winning nutritionist and New York Times bestselling author.

Repair past damage to uncover ageless skin.

Thanks to cutting edge cosmeceuticals and science, it’s entirely possible to help defy gravity and get back your youthful elasticity! My simple formula of two Basic Breakthrough Steps can significantly help to restore structural support to aging skin. No matter what your biological age, you can get your glow back and transform your looks for the new year.

The #1 Key to Unlock Younger Skin

As we age, water-binding hyaluronic acid becomes lost every decade.  It holds 1,000 times its weight in water as a key component of the dermis.  A deficiency of this foundational skin element can manifest as a variety of skin conditions like age spots, wrinkles, redness, irritation, fine lines and a dry, dull complexion. While topical hyaluronic acid preparations are now available, many of these unfortunately create irritation and burning with super-sensitive skin (like mine, for example) and are not recommended for those with thinning collagen over the age of 50.

That’s where an internal preparation comes in handy.  In many people, internal hyaluronic acid can perform near miracles to plump up sagging skin enhancing resiliency and elasticity.  I recommend at least 150 to 300 mg hyaluronic acid, taken internally and staggered throughout the day.

Hyaluronic acid does more than just rehydrate dry skin.  It has been successfully used to eliminate floaters in the eyes—that annoying condition in which the vitreous starts to break down.  And that’s not all—hyaluronic acid helps joints, reducing arthritic aches and pains.

So make hyaluronic acid a ‘must try” for the new year. This multi-tasking nutrient that gives your skin renewed bounce may be just what the nutritionist ordered for more flexibilty, and less aches and pains!

The #2 Key To Unlock Younger Skin

The second major ingredient that speeds collagen rebuilding is omega-7 fatty acids. This unique ‘Smart Fat’ contributes key skin-building fatty acid elements for firmer skin.  It is contained in my topical BeauCle Corrective Creme—which combines the omega-7 containing sea buckthorn oil with other rejuvenating and synergistic collagen-enhancing botanicals.

The Corrective Creme is a firming treatment that penetrates deeply into your innermost dermis layers to activate brand new collagen formation.  Combined with renewing peptides, Australian “gold”, and topical, non-irritating, easily absorbed vitamin C, your skin will virtually drink in this fountain of youth.

Customers who have used my Corrective Creme are raving about overnight results—less dryness, fine lines and calming of redness and inflammation:

This is the best skin creme I’ve ever used. Fine lines are disappearing and my eyes appear brighter and more youthful. It is a an amazing transformation!” – Lisa

BeauCle Corrective Creme is a great product for adding and retaining moisture in the mature body. I noticed a difference after just 3 applications.” – Pedalgirl

Increasing omega-7 intake on the inside will help your body lose weight faster than over 400 other fatty acid preparations and will also aid dry eye syndrome, lower LDLs, triglycerides and blood pressure. Please read my book Eat Fat, Lose Weight for all the latest news about this remarkable fat that is still not well known, but destined to become big news in 2016.

Give yourself a good three weeks to notice the difference in your best skin ever.  Thanks to hyaluronic acid and Corrective Creme, radiant and refreshed skin can be yours this new year.  I’m so thrilled to be able to help you obtain the firmer skin you so deserve, that I’ve asked the good folks at UNI KEY to extend their 30% discount on BeauCle Skin Care products just for you.  Shop the 30% BeauCle Sale>>

Reclaim your youthful glow for a healthy and beautiful NEW YEAR!

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Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS, is an award-winning New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty books including The Fat Flush Plan series and her latest book, Radical Metabolism. She’s been rewriting the rules of nutrition for more than 40 years and is internationally recognized as a pioneer in the field of diet, detox and women’s health issues. 

For a FREE daily dose of tips and strategies for maintaining healthy weight, conquering insomnia, and much more…check out my Radical Health Tips.

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  1. Kathryn

    Where do you get Hyaluronic acid?

    • Ann Louise

      Kathryn: Hyaluronic Acid can be obtained in any health food store. Baxyl is one I am familiar with as well as Doctor’s Best brand. Good luck!!

  2. vikki

    Is chicken collagen simiular or simular benefits. Thank you. 🙂

  3. Ann Louise

    Hi Vikki: Chicken collagen can work as a collagen source but may not be as collagen-building as the Omega 7s and Corrective Creme. Keep me posted.

  4. Iris Tompkins

    Hello Ann Louise. I just read your “rebuild collagen” article. I have followed you for many years (2000) and love the uni key products. I haven’t used them much over the last three years as I moved to Calgary, Alberta, Canada and the shipping rates are outrageous. I have asked Dave in customer service on a few occasions to see if uni key would consider using a shipping company that offers an international economy rate. For some reason nothing has ever been done. I just started an order for 2 of the BeauCle three pack on sale as I really would like to try these products but I refuse to pay $43.00 in shipping cost when I work with many other vendors that offer shipping internationally for $10.00 or less. I am not sure if you can assist with this problem but I would be a very happy camper if I had access to the uni key products once more. There is not a protein powder out there that’s better than yours.
    Thank you

    • Holly

      I’m in Australia, so would like to know the shipping rate charge solution too.

    • Team ALG

      Thank you Iris. UNIKEY has looked into other shipping options but with the volume that we ship, postal service still had better rates.

      • terri

        Could you not sell your products through Canadian health food stores. national is a good one.

  5. Eden

    Can pea protein be combined with beef gelatin in a smoothie or should they be used alone?

    • Team ALG

      Eden, yes you can add the beef gelatin to your smoothie.


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