The Swisse Ultiboost Golden Collagen Blood Orange Liquid is loaded with a remarkable
5,100mg of clinically proven, low molecular weight hydrolysed collagen that’s easily
absorbed and distributed in the body, which has been shown to help reduce the appearance
of wrinkles and improve skin elasticity in as fast as four weeks*. Plus, it’s made with blood
oranges harvested all the way from Mount Etna in Sicily, Italy. Unlike oranges, these blood oranges are redder in colour because they not only contain vitamin C but also anthocyanin,
an antioxidant that’s been proven to protect your skin from free radicals that damage cells.
The antioxidants also help keep your skin glowing!
The Swisse Ultiboost Golden Collagen Blood Orange Liquid is super easy to include in your
daily groove, too. It’s packaged in a one-day formula that’s convenient to take with you and
consume as you wish. And in case you’re wondering about its sugar and fat content… you
can take it guilt-free too because it’s made with natural ingredients that are proven safe for
you and it does not contain any fat. Plus, you also have the liberty to drink it as it is or mix it with water depending on your liking. Think of it as oh-so-delicious youth in a bottle!
*The testing was based on the raw material used in the drink. The claim is based on two test results on 46 and 57 healthy females. First is the “Oral Supplementation of Specific Collagen Peptides Has Beneficial Effects on Human Skin Physiology: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study” by Proksh E., Segger D., Degwert J., Schunck M., Zague V., Oesser S. Skin Pharmacol Physiology, August 2013. Second is the “Oral Intake of Specific Bioactive Collagen Peptides Reduces Skin Wrinkles and Increases Dermal Matrix Synthesis” by Proksch E., Schunck M., Zague V., Segger D., Degwert J., Oesser S. Skin Pharmacol Physiology, December 2013. For reference only. Individual results may vary.
Begin your regimen now. The Swisse Ultiboost Golden Collagen Blood Orange Liquid
is now available at Watsons and Guardian. Learn more about Swisse here.