Khloé has just launched a collagen powder that promises to renew skin, help the body build collagen and replenish skin. Can a powder do so?
We are all familiar with celebrity’s skincare products –from Jlo’s to Kylie Jenner’s beauty line–, fragrances and makeup lines. Now there is a new wellbeing trend that makes skincare lovers want to try: collagen.
There is significant scientific data to support the skin benefits of regular consumption of collagen. And Khloé has just joined the wellness startup Dose & Co as a partner and global spokesperson.
The products come in three presentations: a whey protein powder, and unflavored collagen peptides powder and a collagen creamer for coffee. Also, the line is taking a sustainable approach by using cardboard and paper for their packaging.
Khloe has stated that her involvement in the brand is far from being just and endorsement:
I wanted to find a way I could help inform people about the benefits of collagen, without confusion or accessibility challenges," she says. "Once I tried the brand, I quickly saw how easily it fit into my overall routine and lifestyle. I was so impressed by the ingredients, the results, and the vision, I knew I wanted to get more involved."
But does it really work? Out of the 59 people who have completed the trials, 70% have stated that they’d noticed changes in their hair, skin and nails in two months.
If you want to know exactly how collagen powder works, here is a guide to it.
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