With vitamin C to support gastrointestinal mucosal membrane health and collagen formation.
Collagen Activ contains vitamin C to support gastrointestinal mucosal membrane health and collagen formation. It also features CeramosidesTM to support skin hydration and skin elasticity in females, VERISOL® collagen to support skin firmness and skin health in females, plus astaxanthin to act as an antioxidant in postmenopausal females. Collagen Activ is a great tasting blood orange flavoured oral powder.Serving Type: Oral Powder
|Triticum aestivum wheat||30 mg|
|Hydrolysed collagen VERISOL®||2.5 g|
|Colloidal anhydrous silica||100 mg|
|Astaxanthin esters extracted from Haematococcus pluvialis AstaReal®||2 mg|
|Ascorbic acid vitamin C||45mg|
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