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    beauty from the inside out

    The benefits of collagen

    Glowing & radiant skin
    Thicker & healthier hair
    Support nail strength & growth
    Joint & tendon health
    Support healthy gut
    The Collagen Co. sachets

    the collagen co. difference

    At the Collagen Co, we make products that assist your overall health and wellbeing and that taste great too. We’ve created a premium blend that contains all the goodness of 100% grass-fed pasture-raised bovine collagen along with Vitamin C and Biotin for an added boost.

    Our formulation includes a blend of three types of collagen peptides. Type 1 collagen to target skin, hair and nails. Type 2 for healthy joints. And Type 3 for ligaments and tendons.

    What’s just as important is what we’ve left out. You won’t find any artificial colours, flavours or additives in our collagen. Just pure goodness.

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    the collagen life

    You should have realised that ingestible collagen (your body's primary structural protein that forms connective tissues and skin) does live up to its hype by now. And if you haven't? Well, there's plenty of research that can convince you. For example, a 2014 study published in the Skin Pharmacology and Physiology journal found that skin elasticity significantly improved when study participants between the ages of 35 and 55 took a collagen supplement for 8 weeks. Another 2008 study found that dietary supplementation of collagen helped lessen joint pain among college athletes.

    • Gene Lim
    • Health & Wellness Expert

    • 3 min read
    Also known as Whipped Matcha, inspired by the viral Whipped Coffee trend, but much healthier and full of the goodness of hydrolysed collagen protein and antioxidants from matcha green tea powder.

    • Amy Lee
    • Nutritionist

    • 1 min read
    Collagen’s reputation is that of something like a 'fountain of youth'–it keeps the skin plump, hair luscious, and nails strong. So, how does collagen relate to joint and ligament health, exactly? Let's find out.

    • The Collagen Co
    • 4 min read

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