It's finally here - our first collagen creamer. This powder is scientifically formulated with an abundant and pure source of collagen using delicious vanilla and coconut flavours, ready to add to your favourite drink, smoothie, or sweet treat.
As the most abundant protein in our bodies, collagen makes up approximately 80% of our skin and is produced naturally by combining amino acids and essential vitamins.
As we grow old, our ability to synthesise and produce collagen declines causing thinner, pigmented and wrinkled skin. Other factors contributing to signs of ageing and a decline in skin quality/elasticity include (1):
Despite collagen being present in some foods, the typical intake isn't enough to combat signs of ageing. Our collagen creamer will support your natural production of protein to ensure optimum vitality (2).
Our collagen creamer is simple and fuss-free, designed to support your collagen production, improving skin elasticity, texture and hydration. It can also support healthy hair & nails health.
Our marine collagen is the highest standard, hydrolysed, bioavailable source of collagen derived from sustainably sourced fish. Ingesting collagen as a powder allows for maximum absorption where it can be effectively broken down into amino acids. This results in the natural stimulation of collagen production, strengthening your skin, hair and nails from the inside out. Here are some of the benefits of marine collagen:
1) The use of marine collagen can improve elasticity and hydration of the skin, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve thickness (3)(4)(5).
2) Studies have shown that daily consumption of marine collagen may help reverse some of the effects of skin damage and improve epidermal thickness.
3) Collagen has the potential to reduce both joint pain and deterioration (6).
There is a multitude of ways to add our collagen powder to your routine. It's not unheard of for collagen supplements to have a slightly 'fishy' after-taste. However, our delicious coconut and vanilla flavours ensure it is the perfect (and tasty) addition to your diet.
Our creamer can be added to warm milk of your choice, chai latte, hot chocolate, tea or coffee. It is also the perfect supplement for smoothies (we love it with banana or berries) or even into overnight oats, bliss balls or your favourite breakfast bowl.
There are multiple ways you can ensure you maintain your collagen levels:
Reduce your sun exposure
Whilst vitamin D intake is important, too much sun can lead to skin damage and cause collagen breakdown. Ensure you are wearing SPF when outside, and avoid outdoor activities between 12-3 pm when the sun is strongest.
Eat a diet rich in omega 3 fatty acids and whole foods
This includes fatty fish, bone broth, animal proteins, dark leafy greens, berries, citrus fruits, nuts and seeds . These foods are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants such as Vitamin C and Zinc which support collagen production and protection.
Supplement with Vitable's collagen powder
Despite incorporating the above foods into your diet, often it is hard to consume the quantity necessary to combat natural collagen depletion. Produced using the highest-quality ingredients, Vitable collagen creamer is the perfect way to boost your natural production of collagen and maximise absorption that is lacking in your diet.
Find out more about other areas that the above supplements can help you with:
*Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Vitamin and/or mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
Optional: Frozen cauliflower or zucchini can make it super creamy (and an extra serving of veggies) or add cacao powder for a chocolate twist.
 Lassus A, Jeskanen L, Happonen HP, Santalahti J (1991) Treatment of degenerated skin in females. Dept of Dermatology, University Central Hospital, Helsinki, Finland. Journal International Medical; Research (2): 147 – 52
 Proksch, E. Segger, D. Degwert, J. Schunck, M. Zague, V. and Oesser (2014) Oral Supplementation of Specific Collagen Peptides Has Beneficial Effects on Human Skin Physiology: A Double Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study. Skin Pharmacol Physiol 2014; 27:47:47 – 55 (DOI 10.1159/000351376,
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 Matsumoto, H. Ohara, H. Itoh, K. Nakamura, Y. and Takahashi, S. (2006) Clinical effect of fish type I collagen hydrolysate on skin properties. ITE Lett. 7. 386 – 390