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Vital Proteins

The number 1 collagen brand in the USA1, Vital Proteins, is coming to Australia soon! Vital Proteins is a collagen focused brand that provides you with a way to boost your collagen intake.


Collagen is the most abundant protein in our body2, and provides the structural framework that holds everything together, helping to support the health and integrity of our body’s tissues, especially in our muscles, tendons, bones, joints and skin.


As we get older, our body becomes less efficient at producing collagen3.


Introduce ingestible collagen to your diet with Vital Proteins collagen, to help you look and feel your best!


It’s easy to make Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides a part of your daily routine


Simply add to your favourite drink, hot or cold, such as coffee, tea or smoothie, you can even put it into your favourite recipe. Choose from our single ingredient bovine or marine collagen or try our great tasting creamers. Our creamers will add flavour and creaminess to your coffee, tea or blend into your smoothie!

Vital Proteins banner with J Aniston
“Collagen is the glue that holds everything together. I've always been an advocate for nourishing your wellness from within, which is why I started using Vital Proteins so many years ago."

- JENNIFER ANISTON

Benefits of Collagen

When taken as part of a healthy balanced diet containing a variety of foods.

Supports Skin Health

Supports Skin Health - Skin Hydration & Skin Elasticity4

  • Collagen supports the skin’s ability to restore moisture, improving skin elasticity and vibrancy.
Supports Joint Health

Supports Joint Health

  • Collagen provides protein necessary for tissue building and repair, supporting healthy joints and helping you become stronger from within.5
  • Collagen provides protein for maintenance of muscle mass and bones.
Maintains Healthy Muscle

Maintains Healthy Muscle

  • Collagen peptides provide protein for tissue repair and building during muscle recovery post exercise/workout.
  1. Spins Scan Data 52 weeks ending 6/14/2020 for the Natural Enhanced Channel
  2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collagen Retrieved 30 July 2021
  3. Ganceviciene, R. (2012). Dermatoendocrinol. 2012; 4(3): 308-319
  4. Choi, F. et al (2019). Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. 18(1)
  5. Garcia-Coronado et al (2018). International Orthopaedics 43, 531- 538

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