collagen and reverse aging

What is Collagen? How Can I Reverse Aging?

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This is the question so many have… and it’s become a bit of a buzzword… collagen and the role it plays in aging.

But first…

What is Collagen?

Collagen is a protein that is found in the connective tissues of the body, such as the skin, bones, tendons, and cartilage. It is the most abundant protein in the human body, accounting for about 30% of the body’s total protein content.

The science behind collagen is quite complex, but in basic terms, collagen is made up of amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins. There are 28 different types of collagen, each with a slightly different structure and function.

Collagen is synthesized by cells called fibroblasts, which are found in the skin and other connective tissues. These cells produce collagen by combining amino acids in a specific sequence to form a long chain of collagen molecules.Once synthesized, collagen molecules are secreted into the extracellular matrix (ECM), where they form a network of fibers that provide structural support to the tissues.

Collagen is known for its unique properties, such as high tensile strength and resistance to stretching. It also has important roles in wound healing and tissue regeneration. 

However, the most talked about role of collagen is the role it plays in skin elasticity. 

As we age, the production of collagen decreases, which can lead to wrinkles, joint pain, and other age-related issues. This is why collagen supplements and treatments have become popular in recent years, as they may help to improve the appearance and health of the skin, joints, and other tissues.


What can be done to reverse aging and induce more collagen? 


The eTwo laser is a type of fractional laser treatment that can help reverse signs of aging by stimulating collagen production and improving skin texture and tone. Here’s how it works:

Collagen stimulation: The eTwo laser emits targeted energy into the deeper layers of the skin, which heats the tissue and stimulates the production of new collagen. Collagen is a protein that provides structure and elasticity to the skin. As we age, collagen production decreases, leading to sagging skin, wrinkles, and fine lines. By stimulating collagen production, the eTwo laser helps restore firmness and tightness to the skin.

Fractional resurfacing: The eTwo laser uses a fractional resurfacing technique, which means it creates tiny micro-injuries in the skin while leaving surrounding areas untouched. This fractional approach promotes rapid healing and the growth of new, healthy skin cells. As the treated areas heal, the skin’s texture becomes smoother, and imperfections such as fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scars can be reduced.

Skin tightening: In addition to collagen stimulation and fractional resurfacing, the eTwo laser can also deliver radiofrequency (RF) energy. This RF energy heats the deeper layers of the skin, causing immediate contraction of collagen fibers and stimulating the production of new collagen. The resulting tightening effect can improve the appearance of sagging skin and enhance overall skin firmness.

By combining collagen stimulation, fractional resurfacing, and skin tightening, the eTwo laser treatment can help reverse signs of aging, improve skin texture and tone, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and minimize the appearance of acne scars. 

However, it’s important to only use a certified technician, one trained and well educated on the laser as well as its impact. 



Contact us directly and book a consultation, we would be happy to walk you through the use of laser technology to turn back time and increase your collagen production…on the road to healthier, more youthful skin.


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At Magic Laser and Aesthetics, we specialize in facial treatments and skin care. We are able to review your skin and suggest the treatments and products best suited for your skin health, skin goals, including anti-aging.

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