Our high quality Dairy-Free Collagen supports health and beauty from within, and comes from sustainably-sourced Fish. Made to be stirred in hot or cold drinks, it is made with real ingredients like organic coconut milk and natural vanilla, without the fillers and artificial sweeteners found in many powders.
$29 for a 15-serve pouch
Hair is made of connective tissue which is constantly in a cycle of renewal as old cells are shed and new cells are grown to replace them. Collagen is the main structural protein in connective tissue important to support healthy, strong hair.Learn more
Our bioactive collagen creamer stimulates the cells to produce more collagen to change the structure of our skin slowing the progression of aging by smoothing wrinkles, improving elasticity and skin hydration from within.Learn more
Collagen creamer - Vanilla
10 g (two heaped teaspoons) per serve
Organic coconut milk powder, hydrolised marine collagen peptides, inulin (chicory root), natural flavours, monk fruit extract, guar gum.
Contains Fish. Manufactured on equipment that also handles Milk, Soy, Nut, Sesame and Egg ingredients. Contains small amounts of non-GMO Corn.
Please talk to a healthcare professional before using this product if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Collagen acts as a ‘glue’ holding everything together, keeping your skin tight, plump and glowing. It is one of the most abundant proteins in our bodies and is vital for connective tissue, hair, joints, skin, gut, hair and muscles. As we age the body produces less collagen relying on natural stores. External factors and ageing decrease collagen in the dermis layer of the skin. The active collagen peptides in Vitable’s hydrolysed marine collagen stimulates the skin cells to produce collagen over time, changing the skin structure with increased collagen to promote strong and glowing skin.
The skin is affected by a number of external factors including aging processes, UV radiation, poor dietary intake and lack of nutrition, hormonal health, alcohol and cigarettes. From these factors, the dermal layer of the skin can become thinner and the connective tissue lacks firmness and elasticity leading to dull, wrinkly and saggy skin. A poor nutrient-void diet, lacking in fresh fruit and vegetables and quality proteins may affect overall intake of collagen from foods and affect skin health and appearance.