Support Hair, Skin & Nails - Garden Of Life Grass Fed Collagen Beauty
Collagen is one of the most bountiful proteins in our bodies and as age, we produce less and less of it. Collagen is known to be responsible for appearance, health, skin, and nails. Something so important should be supplemented! And now this collagen is made with grass fed cows to give you a clean powder. Introducing Garden Of Life Grass Fed Collagen Beauty.
Garden Of Life Grass Fed Collagen Beauty Benefits
- Supports Skin, Hair & Nails
- Organic Plant Based Collagen Builders
- 12g Grass Fed Collagen Peptides
- Biotin, Silica And Vitamin C For Overall Health
What is Garden Of Life Grass Fed Collagen?
Grass Fed Collagen Beauty from Garden Of Life is a mix of biotin, silica, vitamin c, type I and type III collagen, along with probiotics to give you the best treatment for supporting hair, skin, nails, and digestion. If you are wanting to support that, Grass Fed Collagen from Garden Of Life is the way to go.
What is in Garden Of Life Grass Fed Collagen?
This protein powder has a great blend of collagen peptides like type I, type III, biotin and silica. Type I is mostly for hair, skin and nails. Type III is found in muscles, skin and blood vessels. Having these together can aid in bone health, overall health and having radiant skin!
Garden Of Life Grass Fed Collagen Flavors
- Cranberry Pomegranate
- Strawberry Lemonade
We recommend to mix 1 scoop with 6oz of water.
Garden Of Life Grass Fed Collagen Beauty Ingredients
Store in a cool dry place after opening. Collagen is not a complete protein. Do not use collagen to replace dietary protein or for weight reduction.
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