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Collagen Reme: Collagen Beauty Formula [Reviews and Composition Analysis].

Find out more about Reme collagen, which we analysed with the help of a pharmacist.

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Reme collagen - readily available, popular and at a very reasonable price. Is that enough to make you decide to buy Collagen Beauty Formula?

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With Ilona Krzak, MSc Pharmacy, we have prepared a composition analysis of Reme Collagen. 

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From this article you will learn:

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  • Whether it is worth buying Reme collagen.
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  • What to expect from Collagen Beauty Formula
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  • How the quality vs price of this product compares.
  • How it compares to the price of this product.

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Reme collagen - composition analysis

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Collagen Reme

Collagen Reme
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Product description

The dietary supplement from Remé contains beef collagen in the patented VERISOL formula and vitamin C, whichóra aids its absorption. The formula comes in three flavours: neutral, orange-maracuja and strawberry-pomegranate. The formula can effectively support and improve the condition of the skin hair and nails. It is also 

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Pros and cons

The dietary supplement from Remé contains beef collagen in the patented VERISOL formula and vitamin C, whichóra aids its absorption. The formula comes in three flavours: neutral, orange-maracuja and strawberry-pomegranate. The formula can effectively support and improve the condition of the skin hair and nails. It is also 

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Additional information

The dietary supplement from Remé contains beef collagen in the patented VERISOL formula and vitamin C, whichóra aids its absorption. The formula comes in three flavours: neutral, orange-maracuja and strawberry-pomegranate. The formula can effectively support and improve the condition of the skin hair and nails. It is also 

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Product description:

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Collagen Reme for drinking is distinguished by its good doses of active substances. However, the collagen content is at the limit of effectiveness - it is only 2.5 grams.

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The formula comes in three flavours: neutral, orange-maracuja and strawberry-pear pear. Therefore, you can forget about the unpleasant aftertaste.

Preparation.

In addition to collagen, the supplement contains numerous vitamins and minerals. As a result, the supplement supports the body's production of collagen and further supports beauty and immunity.

Magister of Pharmacy explains that the collagen peptides used in the preparation collagen peptides have a low molecular weight - they are well absorbed.

Pluses and minuses:

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Pluses:

  • Good form of collagen (low molecular weight peptides).
  • Flavours.
  • Three flavour variants.
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  • Effective doses of B vitamins.
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  • Non-caloric sweetener (formula is safe for diabetics).
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  • Highly bioavailable forms of zinc, manganese, copper and iodine.
  • Natural colour (beta-carotene) and thickener (guar gum).
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Minuses:

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  • Low dose vitamin D.
  • Weak form selenium.
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  • No information on the flavours used.
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  • Product is not suitable for vegans and pregnant women.
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Additional information:

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Containing maltodextrin, it can impair glucose tolerance and promote inflammatory bowel disease. Therefore, beware of Collagen Reme if you are prone to inflammatory bowel conditions or intestinal and glycaemic disorders.

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Reme collagen - pharmacist's opinion

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The dose of B vitamins and the amount of the collagen peptides themselves in collagen Reme is good. Their molecular size allows for optimal absorption. Minerals such as zinc, manganese and copper are in well absorbed forms. The content of vitamin Avitamin C and copper supports collagen synthesis in the body. And the combination of iodine together with selenium benefits them. It is a really good preparation.
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Reme collagen - user reviews

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Reviews of Reme collagen are positive. Users praise the multitude of flavour variants, the additional active ingredients and the calorie-free sweetener. Reviews of Reme collagen also say a lot about the effects of the collagen itself - with most people showing positive effects on hair, skin or nails.

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The condition of my hair has improved significantly, and I am using the product for the second month. I have therefore decided to continue the treatment.
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Kinga Ceneo user

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Whether it works remains to be seen, I have been using this product too short a time. But the taste is not neutral just bland vanilla.
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Lena Ceneo user

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After three months first results, I am waiting for more.
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Wioletta Ceneo user

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Good fruity taste, no unpleasant aftertaste. The effects are nice too - firm skin, no wrinkles.
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Anna Ceneo user

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How much collagen should I take to see results?

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The most common ingredient in collagen supplements is hydrolysed collagen. Studies suggest, that doses of this protein in the range of 2.5-15 grams can have positive effects on skin, hair and nails and even jointsand.

What is the difference between collagen peptides and hydrolysed collagen?

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Almost nothing, hydrolysed collagen is natural collagen that has undergone a hydrolysis process. The purpose of hydrolysis is to break down the protein into smaller molecules called peptides. That is, in simple terms, hydrolysed collagen is collagen peptides.

Is drinkable collagen safe?

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Yes, drinkable collagen is safe. Most often, this protein has no side effects and its supplementation is not associated with contraindications. Occasionally, however, you may encounter them.

Contraindications to the use of collagen

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Collagen is a structural protein that you have in your body. Therefore, the vast majority of people can supplement it. Some collagen contraindications include however:

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  • allergies to products from which collagen is made (e.g. pork),
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  • kidney and liver diseases,
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  • adherence to selected medications and supplements,
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  • autoimmune disorders,
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  • gastrointestinal problems,
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Beyond this, there remains the grey area of pregnancy and lactation. There is no research to suggest that collagen is dangerous then. But there s also no research that confirms it is safe. Therefore, it is best for you to advise your healthcare provider.

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A cat epidermis allergy gives an allergy/cross-reaction to pork. Therefore, people who are allergic to cat epidermis may also react to pork.
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When to drink collagen - morning or evening?

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Whenever you want! There is no scientific study that indicates that collagen is better drunk in the morning or evening. The most important thing is that you adjust your schedule to suit your preferences. The key to success is regular supplementation, not the time of day.

What to look out for when choosing a collagen supplement

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When choosing a collagen supplement, pay attention to the following criteria:

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  • Collagen content  - the best formulations contain between 2.5 and 15 grams of hydrolysateand.
  • Purity of formulation -the lack of sweeteners, preservatives and other fillers is a big plus.
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  • Additional active ingredients - vitamins and minerals support the body's production and absorption of collagen.
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  • Research - selected supplements boast laboratory studies.
  • Form - the best solutions are hydrolysed collagen (it is the fastest to absorb).
  • Origin - sea collagen is absorbed up to 50% faster than, for example, beef collagenand.
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  • Flavour - you probably prefer a tropical fruit flavour rather than an unpleasant aftertaste, don't you? Here you will see the full criteria.
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Animal (pork/beef) collagen carries a risk of zoonotic infection, so marine collagen is preferred.
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Summary

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  • Reme collagen is a good supplement with many effective additives.
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  • The most effective collagen supplements contain 2.5-15 grams of this protein.
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  • Drinking collagen is safe for the general public.
  • It doesn't matter what time you drink collagen, what matters is regularity.
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  • When choosing collagen, pay attention to the content of active substances, purity of composition, laboratory tests, form, origin and taste.
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FAQ

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. What is collagen best absorbed with?.

Collagen is best absorbed with vitamin C -it's its good friend. However, other vitamins and minerals, such as:

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. Does collagen work on the face?.

Yes, collagen can produce positive effects on the face. Supplemented regularly, it can smooth wrinkles, hydrate skin and increase skin elasticity. As a result, it looks younger and visual ageing is delayed and perhaps even temporarily stopped.

. How much does Reme collagen cost?.

The price of REME collagen depends on where it is purchased. However, in most services and pharmacies the product costs around £50-70. Remember to look for promotions. This will save you money on the purchase of this supplement.

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. Who advertises Reme collagen?.

The Reme collagen is advertised by Marieta Żukowska. This actress is an ambassador for the Reme company. You may know her from productions such as 'Botox', 'The Unmoved Mover', 'Ciacho' or 'M jak miłość'

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. Is excess collagen harmful?.

Yes, excess collagen can be harmful. However, it occurs very rarely - extremely irresponsible supplementation leads to it.

Symptoms of excess collagen include:

  • thickening of the skin,
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  • digestive problems,
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  • diarrhea,
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  • congestion,
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. Does collagen rejuvenate?.

Yes, collagen can rejuvenate (only visually, of course). Research suggests, that collagen supplementation has a positive effect on the condition hairskin, nails and joints, among other things. Its intake can smooth wrinkles, strengthen hair and nails, and reduce potential joint pain and increase joint mobility.

. What causes a lack of collagen in the body?.

Collagen deficiency in the body can occur as early as 25-30 years of age. Some of its symptoms include:

  • wrinkles and sagging skin,
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  • weak nails,
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  • broken hair,
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  • painful joints,
  • lower immunity.
  • lower immunity,
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Bolke, L., Schlippe, G., Gerß, J., & Voss, W. (2019). A Collagen Supplement Improves Skin Hydration, Elasticity, Roughness, and Density: Results of a Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Blind Study. Nutrients11(10), 2494. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu11102494

Boyera, N., Galey, I., & Bernard, B. A. (1998). Effect of vitamin C and its derivatives on collagen synthesis and cross-linking by normal human fibroblasts. International Journal of Cosmetic Science20(3), 151-158. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1467-2494.1998.171747.x

Coppola, D., Oliviero, M., Vitale, G. A., Lauritano, C., D'Ambra, I., Iannace, S., & de Pascale, D. (2020). Marine Collagen from Alternative and Sustainable Sources: Extraction, Processing and Applications. Marine Drugs18(4), 214. https://doi.org/10.3390/md18040214

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Evans, M., Lewis, E. D., Zakaria, N., Pelipyagina, T., & Guthrie, N. (2021). A randomized, triple-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel study to evaluate the efficacy of a freshwater marine collagen on skin wrinkles and elasticity. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology20(3), 825-834. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocd.13676

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Ludwig Jelonek - Author

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Ludwik Jelonek is the author of more than 2,500 texts published on leading portals. His content has found its way into services such as Ostrovit and Kobieta Onet. At Natu.Care, Ludwik educates people in the most important area of life - health.

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Ilona Krzak obtained her Master of Pharmacy degree from the Medical University of Wrocław. She did her internship in a hospital pharmacy and in the pharmaceutical industry. She is currently working in the profession and also runs an educational profile on Instagram: @pani_z_apteki

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Bartłomiej Turczyński is the editor-in-chief of Natu.Care. He is responsible for the quality of the content created on Natu.Care, among others, and ensures that all articles are based on sound scientific research and consulted with industry specialists.

Nina Wawryszuk - Fact-checking

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Nina Wawryszuk specialises in sports supplementation, strength training and psychosomatics. On a daily basis, in addition to writing articles for Natu.Care, as a personal trainer she helps athletes improve their performance through training, diet and supplementation.

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