Innerfit Collagen Protein powder is a supplement based on collagen peptides (Peptan®) enriched with vitamin C.
Collagen is a protein produced by our body. Our joints, bones, muscles, tendons, hair, and nails contain collagen. It provides the cohesion, firmness, and elasticity of our body and is also responsible for regenerating cartilage. In addition, it ensures strong nails and less hair loss. When tissues are damaged, the body needs collagen to repair and strengthen. From age 25, production naturally decreases, and the quality of the collagen produced by the body slowly deteriorates. As a result, humans suffer from ailments faster, the skin ages, wrinkles appear, and skin elasticity decreases.
Fortunately, the good news is that you can boost and increase your collagen production by taking our collagen supplement!
Collagen peptides (Peptan®) are identical to the natural peptides that occur in the human body, the collagen type 1 peptides. It is an essential building block that ensures healthy skin, hair, and nails from within. Vitamin C contributes to the normal formation of collagen and helps to strengthen the skin.
One scoop filled with Collagen Protein powder equals 10g (daily dose). The product itself has a neutral taste and can be mixed in various drinks or even in dishes such as water, tea, coffee, smoothies, fruit juice, yogurt, and soup. Dissolve one scoop (10g) in 200ml of water or other drink/dish of your choice. Mix or shake well. You can supplement this with a second portion if you wish. You can stir the powder with a fork if you don't see the scoop, as it may have settled down.
Food supplements should not substitute for a varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended dose. Keep out of the reach of children in a dry place.
Ingredients: Collagen hydrolysate (Peptan®) and vitamin C
The ingredient collagen hydrolysate (Peptan®) in our collagen products is bovine, halal, and kosher certified. Free from the following allergens: wheat, gluten, lupine, celery, egg, milk (incl. lactose), nuts, mustard, sesame, sulfite, peanut, soy, fish, crustaceans, and mollusks.