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What Goes Into Making The Best Collagen Drink?

Best Collagen Drink — Finding The Best Beauty products in Singapore

So you’ve probably seen an Instagram or Facebook advertisement about a wonderful (not-so) new product: a collagen drink with many health and beauty benefits. Now you’re Googling “best collagen drink Singapore”, “how to find the best collagen drink” and “how drinks that promote the production of stem cells or anti-ageing drinks can help your skin” thus leading you to this article. Let us just say, you’ve come to the right place. 

We’re more than happy to share what goes into some of the best beauty products in Singapore like an anti-ageing drink made from a botanical blend of blue-green algae, sea buckthorn berry and aloe vera with coconut water powder and some of the best skin treatments available. Whether you’re already consuming collagen drink products with TruMarine™ Collagen, we’re all about empowering people to know what they consume! To help reassure you, myth about collagen-rich drinks do give you better skin has been proven as a fact.

What is a collagen drink?

Off the bat, what exactly is a collagen drink you might ask? They are a combination of natural ingredients and collagen  – main structural proteins which contain multiple amino acids linked by peptide bonds – which can be found in skin and other connective tissues and help to keep them strong. 

What goes into making a collagen drink?

In line with the shift to ‘treating your body like a temple’, consumers are more aware of what they put in their body. Gluten-free, non-dairy and Impossible meat are some instances of consumers choosing what’s best for their own body.

When it comes to collagen drinks, some natural ingredients can be superfoods like tangerine, açai berries, pomegranate, blueberries and more. These superfoods for glowing skin have antioxidant properties and can be found in other beauty products, skin treatments and even face masks.

When it comes to the actual collagen, ingredients like Niacin (niacinamide), vitamin B6 (pyroxine HCL), Biotin (vitamin B7), vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) and pantothenic acid which are produced naturally, help to provide that extra boost.

Alternatives to collagen drinks

Traditionally when you think of the best beauty products, you think of face masks, beauty skin treatments, moisturisers, creams, and serums. In today’s world, modern technology has allowed us to harness the rejuvenation properties of stem cells and their benefits as an alternative to collagen drinks. 

Drinks can contain a botanical blend of blue-green algae, sea buckthorn berry and aloe vera with coconut water powder, among others, which provide many skin benefits, and also taste great. These drinks also contain extract from blue-green algae which help to trigger the production of stem cells within the body which promote tissue repair and regeneration. These botanical drinks also contain antioxidants, nutrients and vitamins to help improve skin hydration as well as minimise the appearance of fine lines and deep wrinkles, helping you look your best.

Before you replace one with the other, these botanical beverages are used to delay the signs of ageing and maintain inner health whereas collagen drinks help to retain and replenish skin hydration, giving you that youthful look. While they are not the same thing, they can both be used together to help achieve a holistic approach to inner and outer beauty!

Choosing the best collagen drink

So how do you actually choose the best collagen drink for yourself? 

First off, drinks are the best way to consume collagen products thus far, as they’re easily absorbed by your body as compared to the powders and pills you see on the market. Second, dosages are also more accurate when it comes to liquids, and who doesn’t like a refreshing drink made with coconut water? Lastly, pre-packaged bottles are really convenient for you to carry around and consume on the go. Trust us, you do not want to be making a powdered drink when you’re rushing out of the house to work!

When choosing according to the ingredient list, look out for allergens, the type of collagen used, and what they’re good for. You can choose either bovine-derived collagen or marine-based collagen if you’re vegetarian or vegan. 

Making your choice

Before choosing to go with a certain product, ensure you research for the best collagen drinks that suit your needs. Always seek professional, medical, or dermatological advice if you’re ever in doubt to ensure there are no side effects. If you have any questions about skin treatments or beauty products, drop us a message and we’ll be more than glad to help you!

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