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"I was skeptical of drinking the amino collagen powder to be honest. I've been using it for a couple months now and I can truly say that I see the results. It makes sense that the ingredients work from the inside out. My skin is smoother and more youthful looking, all over really. It's really incredible. I just wish I would have started on amino collagen long ago! Thank you, great product!"

- Heidi, California 10/15/2010

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"I wouldn't write this to you if I didn't think that the Amino Collagen Powder didn't work... It DOES WORK! I am a fan and true believer in the Amino Collagen Powder. I get compliments on my skin all the time, no one can believe my true age... I plan on keeping it that way for a long time! :) "

- Jennifer, New York 11/01/2010

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"The collagen drink does what you say it does. My skin is looking smoother and more youthful."

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"I've used the collagen supplement for 3 weeks now, and I do see a difference in my skin. My husband even noticed, which is rare haha!"

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"I use to buy Meiji Amino Collagen, but when I found out about the ingredient, arginine, I switched to the amino collagen supplement from Elavonne. I had great results with Elavonne's amino collagen powder."

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"Every once and a while you come across a product that makes you ask yourself... WHY DIDN'T I KNOW ABOUT THIS A LONG TIME AGO!! :) I have been telling all my friends about the amino collagen supplement, it really works. I would never write this if I wasn't so excited about my results!"

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Amino Collagen Powder FAQ & Answers


When Can I Expect to See Results?

Collagen Powder: Every person is different and results will vary based on your age and diet—83% of users agreed that their hair, skin, and nails thrived and appeared younger and healthier. Generally you will notice results first in your nails within the first 2-3 weeks. Soon after your hair will grow in stronger and faster. By weeks 6-8 you should notice an improvement in your skin's firmness and suppleness. The key to long-term results is long-term use, keep taking the collagen powder every day.

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How much Collagen do I need each day?

We recommend 5000mg (1 scoop of Amino Collagen C with Hyaluronic Acid) per day, however, depending on age and the condition of your skin around the face and eyes, some individuals notice better results when taking 10,000mg (2 scoops) per day. In any case, when it comes to health and beauty, consistency is the key! Make sure you eat collagen each day. To dose according to your age needs, read the product description.

How Long do the Results Last?

Provided that you continue using the collagen supplement on a daily, consistent basis, the results will last as long as you take the supplement. The supplement is intended to raise your body's overall levels of collagen, so, make sure to take the supplement every day to reverse the decline of collagen in the body.

What Type of Collagen is Best For Beauty and Skin?

For skin and beauty, the best type of collagen supplement is low molecular weight, type 1, fish collagen peptide (as found in Elavonne's Amino Collagen C). There are numerous types of collagen found in the body, but, type 1 collagen comprises about 90% of your bodies overall collagen. Studies show that when type 1 collagen levels are raised in the body, that hair, skin, and nails display the dramatic anti-aging benefits.

Related: What Type of Collagen Supplement Do I Need?

Is this a Collagen Drink?

Collagen drink: The Amino Collagen C with Hyaluronic Acid powder is a dietary supplement. You may drink it when mixed with a beverage (we recommend juice), yet It is not a "collagen drink" by definition as it does not contain any flavors or sugars, which are generally accompanied by "drinks" and "drink mixes" in general. However, since Amino Collagen C is a "peptide" collagen, it is, in essence pre-digested and may be ingested the same as you would any protein supplement drink.

What does Collagen do for the skin and body?

Collagen is a protein present in all the body’s organs and tissues. Type 1 collagen provides the matrix that sustains the body’s structure in hair, skin, nail, and bones. Collagen is too large of a molecule to be absorbed topically on the skin, this is why collagen creams DO NOT work.

Collagen’s main function is to sustain tendons, skin and cartilage. It provides integrity, firmness and elasticity to their structures. Maximizing collagen levels in your body will keep your skin supple more than any other protein supplement.

Why is fish collagen peptide superior to other sources of collagen?

Fish collagen has superior absorption capabilities (up to 1.5 times more absorbable), than typical sources of collagen such as porcine, and bovine collagen supplements. This is thought to be due to the lower weight of the molecules of fish collagen peptide. Because studies have shown fish collagen's superior absorption, we use only fish collagen peptide in Amino Collagen C with Hyaluronic Acid collagen powder supplements.

Do Collagen supplements work?

The short answer is yes. Years of stellar reviews for Amino Collagen C with Hyaluronic Acid—are proof that collagen supplements work.

Studies have demonstrated the following benefits with fish collagen powder1:

  • Improves skin smoothness
  • Prevents the formation of deep-wrinkles
  • Retains skin moisture level
  • Maximizes skin suppleness

Why don’t you have Arginine in your product?

We are quite aware that other brands have Arginine and promote it for its skin revitalizing attributes. Actually, Arginine has a number of health promoting benefits. The problem is, that in order to reap those benefits, Arginine must be taken separately from other amino acids and proteins. Collagen is protein, so should not be put together with free-form arginine in one formula.

What does Hyaluronic acid (HA) do for my skin?

Studies show that a hyaluronic acid supplement improves the moisture content of the skin resulting in improved smoothness and retained youthful looking skin. This comes about through its mechanism as a driver for collagen synthesis and normal skin function. This is a critical component for the structural integrity of the dermal matrix, and that is why hyaluronic acid is included in our Amino Collagen Powder. (see: The Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid)

At what age can you start using amino collagen supplement?

Collagen decreases through our lives (starting in our 20’s). The signs for skin that collagen production may be slowing:

  • Increase or deepening of wrinkles
  • Decrease in elasticity
  • Other skin issues such as an increase or intensification of stretch marks

The typical age people start using amino collagen drink is 30+ when the signs of aging skin appear, but many get a head start on the collagen decline by adding dietary collagen in their 20s. The product is safe for use in all adults, so if an individual wants to start earlier they can. If you have any specific question, such as pregnancy or nursing, be sure to consult with your healthcare professional.

Is Amino Collagen powder safe for long-term use?

Yes. Amino Collagen C is a food item, so when taken at recommended amounts, it will be beneficial for your health and beauty. The advantage with this natural powder is that the ingredients work with your body’s systems to support it. But if you're still not sure, consult with your physician.

What does the Amino Collagen taste like?

Since the product is unflavored it has very little taste—and we find very few individuals can taste the powder at all when mixed in a drink (beverage).

If you are switching to this product from another amino collagen product, such as Meiji Amino Collagen Powder, you may notice more grittiness in the texture. The "grittiness" is due to the important ingredient hyaluronic acid as well as the fact that there are no additional fillers in the product—we find both these factors to be a benefit to you. Our goal is to provide the best formula in helping the body to increase total collagen levels, with the benefit of support against wrinkles and fine lines. Some individuals find that the powder's texture smoothes out with additional mixing or blending. See Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid and The Wonders of Hyaluronic Acid

Related: Understanding Collagen Supplements: Types and Comparisons


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Research and References

1. Iwal K., Hasegawa T., Taguchi Y., et al., (2006) Identification of food-derived collagen peptides in human blood after oral ingestion of gelatin hydrolysates. J Agric Food Chem 53: 6531-6535

2. Postlethwaite AE., Seyer JM., Kang AH., (1978) Chemotactic attraction of human fibroblasts to type I, II, and III collagens and collagen derived peptides. Proc Acad Sci USA 75: 871-875

3. Hitoshi Matsumoto, et al., (2006) Clinical effects of fish type I collagen hydrolysate on skin properties. ITE Letters on batteries, new technologies and medicine, 7 (4)

4. Sumida E., (2004) The effects of oral ingestion of collagen peptide on skin hydration and biochemical data of blood. Journal of Nutritional Food 7 (3): 45-52

5. Morganti P., Randazzo SD., Bruno C., (1988) Oral treatment of skin dryness. Cosmet Toilet 103: 77-80

6. Matsuda, et al., (2006) Effects of ingestion of collagen peptide on collagen fibrils and glycosaminoglycans in the dermis. J Nutri Sci Vitaminol 52: 211-215