Collagen Peptides Hair, Skin & Nail Support

$79.99 Retail
$63.95 W/S

Collagen Peptides Hair, Skin & Nail Support delivers an exclusive combination of collagen (types I & II), botanical antioxidants, essential vitamins, and minerals (including Biotin) that help support the health of hair, skin, and nails. The unique type I fish collagen has been found to improve skin elasticity, which may improve skin complexion. Plus, it combines skin-supporting nutrients including Biotin, Vitamin B12, Alpha Lipoic Acid, and a variety of antioxidants to support healthy aging.

36 BV

63 QV

SKU : USYG300007

Who it’s for: Anyone seeking a comprehensive collagen supplement to support the health of hair, skin, and nails.

What it does: Supports the health of hair, skin, and nails through daily intake of collagen and other essential nutrients.

What sets this product apart?

  • Includes fish collagen (type I) and bovine collagen (type I & II) 
  • May improve skin elasticity and may help improve overall skin complexion 
  • Includes collagen boosting enzymes that allow the body to better utilize dosage 
  • Features essential B vitamins, including biotin, that support hair, skin, and nails 
  • Antioxidant blend helps combat free radicals and support healthy aging 
  • Natural berry flavor can be enjoyed on its own or combined in other drinks

Main Ingredients/Benefits



Fish Collagen

A type 1 collagen that:

  • Contains glycine and proline, which have been found to improve skin properties and reduce wrinkles.[1]

Bovine Collagen Hydrolysate

Type I and type II collagen may reduce wrinkles, promote skin elasticity, and increase skin moisture.[2]


A B vitamin needed by your body for many functions, including supporting healthy hair, skin, and nails.[3]  

  • A deficiency in biotin may lead to hair loss. [4]



Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 deficiencies have been linked to several dermatological symptoms, including hyperpigmentation, nail discoloration, hair changes, and more.[5]

Alpha Lipoic Acid

Helps raise antioxidant levels, which may help reduce the signs of aging.[6]

Antioxidant Blend

Antioxidants have been found to help combat oxidative stress on skin and support the health of cells.[7]

Ingredients: Vitamin A (as palmitate) (2500 IU), Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid), Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopheryl acetate), Niacin (as niacinamide), Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCI), Folate, Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin), Biotin, Zinc, Collagen Blend (Fish Collagen, Bovine Collagen Hydrolysate), Betaine, Enzyme Blend (Protease 6.0, Protease 4.5, Bromelain, Serratiopeptidase), Alpha Lipoic Acid, Antioxidant Blend (Resveratrol, Grape Seed Extract, Blueberry Powder, Quercetin, Bilberry Fruit Powder, Cherry Powder, Prune Powder, Raspberry Fruit), Papain 50,000 USP/MG, citric acid, natural flavor, beet root powder (for color), stevia leaf extract.

CONTAINS: Fish (Catfish, Tilapia, Cod, Haddock, Perch, Pangasius Hypophthalmus)

Recommended Use: Add 1 scoop of powder to 8 oz. of water, juice, or your beverage of choice.

Warning: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. If you are pregnant, nursing, or taking medications, consult your healthcare professional before using this product.

[1] Sibilla, S., Godfrey, M., Brewer, S., Budh-Raja, A., & Genovese, L. (2015). An Overview of Beneficial Effects of Hydrolysed Collagen as a Nutraceutical on Skin Properties: Scientific Background and Clinical Studies. The Open Nutraceuticals Journal, 8 (1), 29-42.

[2] Song, H., Zhang, S., Zhang, L., & Li, B. (2017, November 3). Effect of Orally Administered Collagen Peptides from Bovine Bone on Skin Aging in Chronologically Aged Mice. Nutrients.


[3] Catlett, T. (2051, June 21). Biotin for Hair Growth: Side Effects, Dosage, and More. Retrieved July 09, 2020, from

[4] Zempleni, J., Hassan, Y. I., & Wijeratne, S. S. (2008). Biotin and biotinidase deficiency. Expert Review of Endocrinology & Metabolism, 3(6), 715-724. doi:10.1586/17446651.3.6.715


[5] S;, B. (n.d.). A Review of Vitamin B12 in Dermatology. Retrieved July 09, 2020, from

[6] Matsugo, S., Bito, T., & Konishi, T. (2011). Photochemical stability of lipoic acid and its impact on skin ageing. Free Radical Research, 45(8), 918-924. doi:10.3109/10715762.2011.587420

[7] Addor, F. (2017). Antioxidants in dermatology. Retrieved July 09, 2020, from