Step 1

Drink eight to ten glasses of water per day. Water is very beneficial to your skin, which is your body’s largest organ. Water flushes toxins from the skin and promotes collagen fiber formation.

Step 2

Take a 10 mg vitamin E supplement daily. Vitamin E is essential to collagen rebuilding by providing the supporting nutrients required for your body to produce collagen.

Step 3

Apply a retinol-enriched serum or moisturizer to the skin after your evening cleansing. Retinol, or vitamin A, is responsible for the formation of collagen fibers. A retinol serum or moisturizer will also get rid of dry skin, exposing newer, plumper skin.

Step 4

Consume foods high in vitamin C, such as citrus fruits, greens, and leafy vegetables. Vitamin C is an anti-oxidant needed for skin health and collagen production.

Step 5

Mix topical powdered Vitamin C to your morning serum or moisturizer. Vitamin C helps reflect the suns damaging rays and has been shown to increase collagen in the skin.

Step 6

Get regular Facial Treatments. Facial massage breaks-up glycation, which is a build-up of sugars in the skin causing collagen degradation.

Step 7

Get professional Dermal Peels every 4 to 6 weeks. Dermal Peels break-down the glue-like substance that prohibit cellular turn-over; by stimulating cellular turn-over, collagen is produced.

Step 8

Invest in collagen inducing therapies, such as: MicroNeedling, Sculplla Facial, laser resurfacing, and LED therapy.

Step 9

Apply Age Reversing Growth Factor Serum daily. The Age Reversing Growth Factor Serum allows for a molecular communication with the underlying layers of the skin that contributes to increased epidermal thickness and collagen production.

Step 10

Use sunblock daily and reapply every 90 minutes.  Sun rays breakdown collagen and elastin, making the skin flaccid and more wrinkled.


Avoid creams that claim to contain collagen. Collagen cannot be absorbed through the skin, rendering such creams useless.