Marine Collagen Beauty Blend Powder
✓ Hydrolysed marine collagen
✓ High source of natural vitamin C
✓ With hyaluronic acid
✓ 7500mg of Collagen per serving
✓ For healthy skin
✓ For healthy bones, cartilage and joints
✓ Naturally high in protein
✓ Sustainably sourced from MSC certified fishery
✓ Type 1, purified hydrolysed collagen
✓ From wild fish
Our Marine Collagen Beauty Blend is Type 1, purified hydrolysed collagen, so is easier to absorb than non-hydrolysed marine collagen.
One serving, 10g (2 tsp) provides 7500mg of marine collagen.
This carefully formulated blend of Hyaluronic Acid, Organic Acai Powder, and 37% (per serving) of natural vitamin C from Organic Camu Camu Powder is a super-charged cocktail supporting healthy skin, hair, nails, joints and bones.
7,500mg (per serving) of Pure Marine Collagen is supercharged with natural vitamin C (37% recommended Intake per serving) from Organic Camu Camu Powder and Organic Acai Powder and the heroic skin – beautifying Hyaluronic Acid.
Vitamin C helps stimulate collagen synthesis to maintain collagen levels and counteract the natural decline that happens as we age.
Directions for use
Our marine collagen powders can be easily dissolved in a glass of water, your favourite juice or smoothie. We recommend that you begin with 2 heaped teaspoons (10g) daily.
EVERYBODY WITH AN INTEREST IN MAINTAINING HEALTHY SKIN
Collagen is the essential proteins housed below our flesh that make up 75% of our skin. As we age, our skin ages with us and collagen struggles to maintain their steady rate of renewal and it starts to decline in abundance and effectiveness.
This is why we develop wrinkles, crow’s feet and other unsightly blemishes as we advance in years.
EVERYBODY WITH AN INTEREST IN MAINTAINING A HEALTHY BODY, CARTILAGE AND BONES.
Collagen is not only an essential protein for aesthetic purposes, but the protein can also contribute to the maintenance and growth of the muscle mass.
High in protein and amino acids, collagen can help ligaments, joints and tendons which are all part of the intricate matrix in our body which largely consists of collagen.