Our skin is a visible reflection of what is going on inside our body. Eczema, dry skin, acne and rosacea can be linked to gut health as their root cause. A great diet and proper hydration is key to healthy skin.
A compromised digestive system won’t allow this to happen and we won’t receive the essential nutrients for our physiological and aesthetic processes to function properly.
Why is collagen important for the skin?
Enzymatically hydrolysed collagen amino acid peptides help the skin regain elasticity and firmness and soften the fine lines and wrinkles. Moreover, collagen plays a huge role in stimulating gut health, both directly by providing the gut lining with the necessary amino acid peptides for repair, and indirectly by regulating the stress and sex hormones that affect gut functioning.
The balance in the gut microbiome is essential for radiant, young, and blemish-free skin.
Immunity and gut health
If gut health deteriorates, this leads to 'Leaky Gut'. If left unchecked, this can cause destructive autoimmune responses.
L-Glutamine is an amino acid which can repair and reverse the damaging affects of Leaky Gut Syndrome (when intestinal barriers no longer have tight junctions, holes form in the lining, causing toxins to leak into the blood stream).
Consuming Totally Derma daily helps form connective tissue and “heals and seals” the protective lining of the gastrointestinal tract.