Does Collagen Elixir use hydrolysed marine collagen or a collagen peptide?

Our marine collagen is both hydrolysed and a collagen peptide! What do we mean by hydrolysed? This is the process where large collagen molecules are broken down during a reaction with water into smaller molecules that are commonly referred to as ‘peptides’. Therefore, our Marine Collagen is also a collagen peptide.

What are the benefits of type I collagen?

Type I collagen is the building block of our skin’s structure, making up around 80% of our skin’s dermal layer. Most other animal collagen sourced from bovine, chicken or pork are often type II collagen, which is more suited to joints, but isn’t as effective as type I marine collagen when it comes to beauty-boosting benefits.

This is because marine collagen sourced from fish is up to 1.5 times more absorbent than bovine, porcine or chicken collagen due to its lower molecule weight, making it more bioavailable and more easily absorbed by the body.

Is Collagen Elixir recyclable?

Yes, our Collagen Elixir packaging is 100% recyclable. Please dispose of the glass bottle and box responsibly.

Can I take Collagen Elixir if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?

While Collagen Elixir contains food-based ingredients that can safely be consumed by pregnant/nursing women, it’s always best to consult with your GP before starting using any supplements.

At what age can someone start to consume Collagen Elixir?

Collagen Elixir is suitable for people ages 12 and up.

How many shots should I take per day?

We recommend one serve of Collagen Elixir each day.

Is Collagen Elixir cleanse day approved?

Yes, Collagen Elixir can be consumed on Cleanse Days. Please refer to our Cleanse Day Tracker for more information our Cleanse Day approved snack options.

Can men take Collagen Elixir?

Absolutely yes! We are all made up of collagen and experience the same effects from the natural decline in collagen levels through the ageing process.

Can I take Collagen Elixir if I am allergic to fish?

No, Collagen Elixir is not suitable for people with fish allergies.

What are the different types of collagens?

There are at least 16 different types of collagen. However, there are a couple that stand out most.

Types I & III are the most prevalent, with Type 1 accounting for 90%. Type I collagen is accountable for strong hair, skin, nails and bones. Type III serves for bones integrity and for the blood circulation system vessels strength.

While type II collagen is less prevalent within the human body, they are renowned for promoting joint health. Type II collagen is sourced from animal collagen, as opposed to marine collagen sourced for type I & III.

Where is the Marine Collagen sourced from?

The marine collagen found in Collagen Elixir is sourced from the Scandinavian ocean, following strict, environmentally friendly practices that help support marine diversity.

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