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Collagen Supplements & Drinks

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, where it accounts for around one third of protein in humans. It plays an important structural role in various tissues, such as skin, cartilage and bones. With traditional sources of collagen being less common in the diet, collagen supplements are a popular way to top up. Our range of collagen supplements includes collagen drinks and tablets, fortified with micronutrients to support your health goals.

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Collagen for Skin & Hair

The dermal layer of our skin contains an elastic matrix made of collagen. Collagen is a protein produced primarily by cells known as fibroblasts and forms part of the body's structural connective tissue, an elastic matrix that holds together the body's various components and tissues. The more collagen you have in your skin, the more youthful, elastic and supple it appears. As we age, production of collagen decreases and the breakdown of collagen increases, meaning that after the age of 20, we lose approximately 1% of our skin's collagen every year. This means that by later life, as much as up to half of our skin's collagen can be lost.

Our collagen drinks include a range of nutrients to support skin and hair. Perfectil Platinum Collagen Skin Drink provides 7000mg Peptan Marine Collagen Peptides with biotin, which supports normal skin, plus specialist nutrients L-Lysine, Hyaluronic Acid & Co-Q10.

 

This collagen matrix also structurally anchors hair follicles in the dermis, which grow new strands of hair Perfectil Platinum Collagen Hair Drink is a high-quality source of liquid collagen with  L-Lysine, Keratin and Inositol, plus zinc to maintain normal hair.

Explore our different types of vitamins and supplements for your health and dietary needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, making up around one third of the total protein in humans. There are multiple different types of collagen but 90% of the collagen found in the human body is Type I collagen. Collagen plays a key structural role in the body, and is found in skin, cartilage and bones (vitamin c supports normal collagen formation for the normal function of skin, bones and cartilage). Collagen supplements are becoming an increasingly popular way to add collagen into the diet.

Perfectil Platinum Collagen Skin Drink is a great tasting passion fruit flavour drink that combines low molecular weight collagen peptides, that are more easily absorbed by the body, with Biotin to support the skin, and other specialist nutrients like Hyaluronic Acid & Co-Q10.

Learn more in our Guide To Taking Collagen.

The amount of collagen you should take each day will vary depending on the type of collagen you’re taking. However, there aren’t any official guidelines as to how much collagen should be taken per day, so if you’re ever unsure, it’s worth speaking to your pharmacist or health practitioner who can guide you on the correct dose.

Yes, collagen is a protein. Proteins are made from amino acids and the main amino acids found in collagen are proline, glycine and hydroxyproline.

We offer a range of collagen supplements tailored to your needs. Jointace Collagen tablets combine important trace minerals, Glucosamine and Chondroitin with the highest-quality Type 2 collagen. Perfectil Platinum Collagen Skin Drink combines marine collagen with biotin to support normal healthy skin. Perfectil Platinum Collagen Hair Drink provides 7000mg Peptan Marine Collagen Peptides, with Keratin and Inositol plus zinc to maintain normal hair.

Collagen is a protein made from amino acids, including high-amounts of glycine, proline or hydroxyproline. Collagen supplements are typically made from the connective tissue of cows (bovine collagen) or fish (marine collagen).

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