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Vegan Liquid Collagen: Everything You Need To Know

Vegan Liquid Collagen: Everything You Need To Know

Liquid collagen has been one of the most talked-about beauty products on the market for a while now. Many have added it to their beauty routines, and are already feeling the amazing benefits of collagen. In this article, we will be looking at vegan collagen supplements in-depth, discussing how they differ from the animal-based products currently available, and what you can expect if you decide to go down the plant-based route with your collagen supplements. 

The Different Types Of Collagen Supplements 

The world of collagen supplements can seem a little daunting. With so many different products on the market, there are many to choose from. You have probably come across powders, tablets, and of course, liquid collagen supplements. But, did you know that liquid collagen provides better results? Ready-to-drink liquid collagen is more effective, as it is both easier and quicker to digest and absorb into our bloodstream. It is formulated in a way, which means that it maximises the speed at which the body can process it. Did you know that liquid collagen has up to 95% absorption rates compared to that tablet, which only has 30%? Now you know why we only use hydrolysed liquid collagen.

 

As well as different forms of collagen supplements available, there are also different ingredients used. The main types of collagen currently on the market are: 

  • Bovine Collagen
  • Marine Collagen 
  • Plant-based collagen boosters

Bovine collagen comes from cows, which is collected from their bones, or byproducts such as their hides. Whereas marine collagen is created using fish, by utilising their skin, bones, and scales. Many people consider marine collagen to be the more sustainable option of the two, as it means that the entire fish is used and not just the meat for consumption. 

However, the latest addition to the collagen supplement world is vegan collagen. For those of you out there that may be plant-based and looking for a way to still make your skin feel beautiful from the inside out, there is another option! 


What is Vegan Collagen And What Is It Made From?

As suggested by the name, vegan liquid collagen doesn’t come from animals. Whilst marine collagen is the more sustainable option, more and more people nowadays are turning to a more plant-based or vegan diet - even extending into their beauty regimes. 

Vegan supplements are typically sourced from natural ingredients. By using a combination of modified yeasts and bacteria, this type of supplement works similarly to the animal-sourced ones. They are commonly taken to boost your own collagen production and are recommended to be taken daily

How Does It Compare To Animal-Sourced Liquid Collagen Supplements? 

Liquid collagen supplements are the go-to source for getting youthful, bright, and younger-looking skin. But typically, many of these products are sourced through animals. As collagen is found in our hair, skin, nails, bones, and other various ligaments, it can also be found in other mammals, and fish too. With many people turning towards a more vegan-based diet, whether that be for health reasons, or out of them looking to be more eco-conscious in their decisions, plant-based anti ageing solutions have started to make more of an appearance in the beauty industry. But how do they compare to animal-based products? 

There is no current real ingestible vegan collagen supplement available on the market yet that works as well to trigger collagen production internally. Currently plant-based alternatives are unable to deliver collagen to the body, therefore are simply ‘collagen boosters’ that help to promote the body’s natural production of collagen. Therefore current vegan collagen boosters may lack efficacy as they are unable to trigger collagen production in the body to the same level as their animal or marine collagen counterparts. Particularly type 1 marine collagen, renowned for being the current gold standard in ingestible collagen supplements.

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