SWIISH Glow Marine Hydrolysed Collagen PowderRegular price $59.95
The SWIISH Glow Marine Hydrolysed Collagen Powder uses Type 1 Collagen which is the type of collagen involved in the production of our skin, hair and nails and is also great for gut health. This is the type of Collagen you want to take if you want radiant glowing skin, strong nails and a healthy gut.
The Glow has 5grams per serve so it is recommended to take 2 serves per day to get the recommended daily dose of 10gms per day for optimum results.
Benefits of Marine Collagen:
- Promotes skin elasticity and hydration
- Helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles
- Helps support gut health
- Hydrolysed to increase the body’s ability to absorb
- Over 95% bioavailable
100% Hydrolysed Marine Collagen. Allergens: Contains Fish.
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body with over 28 known types. Of these, Type 1 collagen is involved in skin, hair, nail, and gut health predominantly, and is the type of collagen used in our GLOW Hydrolysed Collagen Powder. The other types of collagen are involved in other processes in the body such as joint, cartilage, and bone health.
Studies show that 10g per day of collagen is recommended for helping maintain skin strength and elasticity. One serving of any of our GLOW Collagen Powders equates to 5g of collagen, which is why we suggest two servings per day for optimal support. This 10g daily amount not only provides your body with adequate collagen, but assists it in generating its own. When collagen peptides are ingested, they stimulate fibroblast proliferation – the process responsible for collagen production. (Fibroblasts are a type of cell that synthesises collagen. Other than contributing to skin health, they also play an important role in wound and injury healing).
(Barati, M., Jabbari, M., Navekar, R., Farahmand, F., Zeinalian, R., Salehi-Sahlabadi, A., Abbaszadeh, N., Mokari-Yamchi, A., & Davoodi, S. H. (2020). Collagen Supplementation for Skin Health: A Mechanistic Systematic Review. Journal of cosmetic dermatology, 19(11), 2820–2829.)