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Collagen Shots (30 Servings)
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Content: 30 servings

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Product number: REJ-4010

The original and best collagen drink

Winner of 29 Awards. Our sustainably sourced Collagen Shots® drink promotes more youthful skin by reducing fine lines and wrinkles, and increasing skin hydration and elasticity.

Containing a blend of 10,000 mg of hydrolysed marine collagen, antioxidants, vitamins and hyaluronic acid. Collagen Shots is in a ready to mix powder, just stir in water and drink daily..

  •  Premium 10,000mg marine collagen powder
  • Why our collagen is so good. Read more
  • 30 servings per pouch. Just £1.30 per drink
  • Add water, stir and drink
  • Enjoy daily. How soon will I see results?

Collagen Shots helps to:

  • Improve skin elasticity
  • Reduce fine lines and wrinkles 
  • Increase skin hydration 
  • Improve skin radiance 

'The cocktail of skin-loving ingredients that are combined in these Collagen Shots from Rejuvenated has earned them legendary status in the beauty community. ' Evening Standard.


  • 10,000 mg of hydrolysed marine collagen. Why take a collagen supplement
  • Açaí berry antioxidant
  • Hyaluronic acid
  • Vitamin B3, B5, B6, C with zinc and copper

Marine Collagen

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body

Gluten and dairy-free

Suitable for diabetics

Natural, sustainable ingredients

How to take drinkable collagen supplements

Take on an empty stomach either first thing in the morning or at night. Add one serving (11g approx, 1 heaped tablespoon) of powder into a glass or water bottle with 200-250ml of water and mix.

Who shouldn’t take this?

If you have a fish allergy this product is not suitable for you. If you have any medical concerns, are pregnant or breastfeeding, please consult your doctor.

“BEST SKIN SUPPLEMENT. This supplement is packed with marine extract collagen, antioxidant açai berry, hyaluronic acid and Vitamins B and C. Drink every morning for plump, youthful looking skin.” Daily Express

Collagen Shots (30 Servings) FAQs

Q: What are Collagen Shots?
A: Collagen Shots is a clinically formulated, functional beauty drink designed to naturally support firm, youthful skin. Collagen Shots naturally supplement your skin’s collagen levels and hydration to improve its firmness and texture, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles associated with ageing.

The unique and unrivalled formulation of Collagen Shots combines a blend of peptide-rich amino acids with hyaluronic acid, natural antioxidants and a range of vitamins and minerals clinically proven to improve the tone and texture of the skin.

Compared to rival products, Collagen Shots contain more hydrolysed collagen (10,000mg/serving), is entirely natural, and incorporate the powerful natural antioxidant Açaí Berry.


Q: Why is a collagen drink better than creams or tablets?
A: In comparison to collagen products applied directly to the skin or taken in tablet form, Collagen Shots have several distinct advantages, the key being that we can pack more marine collagen into our products. These are independently assessed each year by scientists and marine experts to meet sustainable fishing standards and practices. Choosing the blue MSC label ensures the brand is supporting independently certified fisheries. Collapse

Q: Can collagen improve your skin?
A: YES! Research has shown that orally ingested collagen can increase collagen synthesis and improve hydration levels in the skin, which has been reported to: - Reduce the appearance of lines, wrinkles & ‘crow’s feet.

- Make skin appear younger

- Increase skin firmness

- Improve elasticity of the skin

- Reduce skin dryness

- Increase skin smoothness

The skin is the largest organ in the body, the most visible and arguably exposed to the greatest combined negative effects of intrinsic ageing, including reduced collagen synthesis (Fligiel et al., 2003), environmental factors such as sunlight (Chung et al., 2001) and lifestyle choices, like smoking (Rexbye et al., 2006).

As we age, the appearance and functionality of the skin changes, most striking of these are wrinkles, lines, dryness and sagging skin (see Gilchrest, 1989 for review). Collagen is crucial for maintaining the structure of the skin (Uitto, 1986) and therefore, youthful radiance and firmness.

Within the deep layers of the skin, cells called fibroblasts are responsible for providing skin tension and continuously producing collagen and elastin (Grinnell, 2003). In young skin, the number and productivity of the fibroblasts is high giving skin firmness and strength


Q: What are the benefits (of taking collagen) to your body?
A: Collagen is the most abundant protein in our body, it is found in our joints, bones, muscles, digestive system, skin, hair, nails, even the brain and heart. Taking a collagen supplement can help to support the whole body.

Q: How does the body use collagen?
A: The proteins (amino acid peptides) pass through the stomach wall into the blood stream. Studies show that over 90% of these proteins are absorbed within 6 hours.

Q: Where do you source your fish?
A: Rejuvenated’s marine collagen is sourced from wild stocks in the deep waters of the North Atlantic and MSC certified fisheries. These are independently assessed each year by scientists and marine experts to meet sustainable fishing standards and practices. Choosing the blue MSC label ensures the brand is supporting independently certified fisheries. Collapse

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