How Do I Choose the Best Collagen Supplement?

We totally get it - choosing the right collagen supplement can be a bit overwhelming due to the variety of options available!

Here’s what you should be aware of when selecting a collagen supplement:

Source of Collagen:

Collagen can be derived from different sources, such as bovine (cow), porcine (pig), marine (fish), or poultry (chicken). Dietary preferences and any potential allergies should be considered here along with sustainable farming practices.

Our organic collagen is created utilising bovine by-products and offers the highest Amino Acid protein profile available.

Type of Collagen:

There are several types of collagen, with the most common ones being type I, II, and III. Type I collagen is the most abundant in the body and is found in the skin, tendons, bones, and ligaments. Type II collagen is mainly present in cartilage, while type III collagen provides structural support for muscles, organs, and blood vessels.

Our organic collagen is mostly Types I and III.

Quality and Purity:

Look for collagen supplements that are sourced from high-quality ingredients and manufactured by reputable companies.

Our organic collagen utilises a certified organic production process on a certified organic input – resulting in the purest collagen available on the market today.


Collagen supplements come in various forms, such as capsules, powders and liquids. Consider the bioavailability of the supplement, which refers to how effectively it can be absorbed and utilised by your body. Collagen peptides, also known as hydrolysed collagen, are typically easier for the body to absorb and utilise.

Our organic collagen peptides are hydrolysed, with the added benefit of being in capsules for the ultimate convenience.

Additional Ingredients and health claims:

Some collagen supplements may include additional ingredients like vitamins, minerals or antioxidants, which can provide added benefits. Consider whether these additional ingredients align with your health goals and any dietary restrictions or sensitivities you might have. Be cautious of the product labels and claims and ensure that your collagen is TGA approved (with an AUST L number displayed), or is covered by FSANZ (Food Standards Australia and New Zealand)

Our supplements also include blends with liver, strawberry and spirulina to maintain your energy levels and metabolism whilst offering antioxidant and beauty support.

Price and Value:

Compare prices and consider the value you're getting for your money. Remember that cheaper supplements may not always be the best option, as quality and effectiveness can vary. Apples are not apples when it comes to supplements.

Our collagen supplements are not the cheapest on the market, but you get what you pay for! Our supplements offer a 100% Australian and organic input – showcasing the best Amino Acid profile and purest collagen available today.


Lastly, always consult a Healthcare Professional. If you have specific health concerns or are unsure about which collagen supplement to choose, it's always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional who can provide personalised advice based on your individual needs.
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