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Which Collagen Is Best For Beauty?

Which Collagen Is Best For Beauty?

For the best collagen for beauty, Edible Health has formulated our unique Anti-Ageing Raspberry blend. This specially designed beauty-booster features a wealth of pure, natural ingredients to help benefit skin, hair, nails, bones, joints, teeth, organs, cognitive function, gut health and overall radiance and vitality.  

Along with 100% pure hydrolysed bovine collagen, which works to improve skin physiology, Anti-Ageing Raspberry contains 12 potent super nutrients including Resveratrol, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Rutin, Zinc, Riboflavin and Biotin, ensuring it will play a potent role in your daily beauty routine. 

What is beauty collagen good for?

You may have heard of collagen being called ‘the protein of youth’. And for good reason! The most prolific protein in the body, collagen is essential for the building and ongoing maintenance of our skin, hair, nails, bones, muscles, tendons and more. Consider it beauty with benefits! 

At what age should you start taking collagen?

We recommend starting to supplement with collagen powder from your mid-twenties, which is when your body will naturally begin to produce less of this incredible protein. 

Can collagen make you look younger?

So many Edible Health customers praise our collagen for helping make their skin healthier and more radiant, as well as overcoming significant skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.  Perhaps there is no better evidence than our owners, Corinna and Simon, who are both in their fifties and look years younger!

Interested in more? Find out about collagen and its benefits for women.


*Please note, this product is only available for purchase in the UK. Take a look at our US collections page or EU collections page for products available here

The information we have provided herewith, and all linked materials, are not intended nor should they be construed as medical advice. Moreover, the information herewith should not be used as a substitute for professional medical expertise or treatment. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions and consult your General Practitioner for advice specific for you.

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