An effective collagen facial must help your skin manufacture more of its own collagen. Although pure liquid collagen (a protein made by animals) can be purchased and put onto the skin, the delivery system may not be as effective as creating a collagen facial with proven, natural ingredients.
The International Journal of Cosmetic Science has reported on the benefits of avocados for the skin. Certain avocado sugars, including D-manno-heptulose, boost epidermis collagen. As well, vitamin C produces more collagen in the skin when applied topically, and kiwi fruits have one of the highest vitamin C amounts of any fruit, along with vitamin E, which is also good for the skin.
Gather your collagen facial ingredients in front of you.
Prepare the collagen facial. Slice off about a tablespoonful of avocado and remove the tough skin from this section, then drop the green, creamy piece of avocado into the bowl. Cut the kiwi in half and remove the pulp from one half of the kiwi, discarding the "hairy" outer skin from the half that you removed, and drop the fruit into the bowl. Mash the two together. Eat the leftover fruits or save them in the refrigerator for another future collagen facial. Some exposed areas on the avocado will turn brown if you don't dip it in lemon juice, but you can cut that part off and still have plenty for future collagen facials.
Apply the collagen facial mask. Apply to clean skin and leave it on for a half hour. Some reports state that skin absorbs as much as it can of a substance within a half hour.
Remove the collagen facial. Remove the bulk of the collagen facial with a damp cloth, then splash the face with warm water to remove the rest, and pat dry.
Apply the collagen facial regularly. Topical treatments are cumulative and will boost skin collagen over time with regular use.