The brand has unveiled the newest member in the fitness family, the Pure Collagen Powder. Collagen peptides are created from the metabolism of hydrolysate extracted from animal sources i.e Bovine. These peptides are easily absorbed within the digestive system stimulating innate collagen production within the body itself. As the most abundant protein in the body, it is attributed as a major component of connective tissues that make up several body parts, including tendons, ligaments, skin, and muscles.
Collagen supplementation contributes to general wellness including skin health and hydration improved joint mobility, muscle tone and strength, optimal gut health, and improves the quality of sleep.
Model Fitness by Palesa Masiteng, established in 2018, aims to- as a business, -promote holistic wellness through self-care.
“We are driven to motivate and encourage women to fall in love with themselves and their body by choosing to live an active and healthy lifestyle. The relationship you have with the body will determine the level of commitment, consistency and investment you make toward achieving your body goals, but most importantly to having a better self-image of who you are,” commented founder Palesa Masiteng.
Boasting over 2 decades in the model industry, Masiteng knows the struggle women face with how they view their bodies, but also the great opportunity that lies on the other side of the self-doubt. This is why she has made it her mission to help women make this transition. “Because when you look good, you feel good…”
When she’s not being a professional model, Masiteng is an avid fitness enthusiast, wellness speaker and popular tv presenter.
Preservative-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free.
28 Servings per 200g tub
Retailing at R370 The Model Fitness Pure Collagen is now available for purchase online at www.modelfitness.co.za and at Luxury Boutique Salon Greenside- Johannesburg.
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