FAQs

What is collagen?

Collagen supports the structure of our skin and hair and boosts joint health and can even rejuvenate cartilage and bone.

It’s a protein (the most abundant one in our bodies) and is made up of amino acids. These amino acids are the building blocks of our body and skin. Collagen is found naturally in our skin, connective tissues, bones and tendons.

What is hydrolysed marine collagen?

It’s a type of collagen that is created when collagen fibres are broken down into a small collagen chain. Hydrolysed collagen is the most-effective, easy-to-digest collagen for all uses.

How should I take Kalajen?

Simply add your daily dose of Kalajen collagen supplement to water, juice, tea or coffee. No flavour, no unpleasant aftertaste.

How many calories are in Kalajen?

Each 5g sachet of Kalajen contains just 18 calories.

How long does it take to see results?

Research shows that you can see results in just 4 weeks.

How does vitamin C affect collagen?

Vitamin C is needed for the synthesis and maintenance of collagen. It helps to produce collagen, and plays a vital role is its synthesis. Think of it like the glue that binds collagen fibres together. The recommended daily allowance for vitamin C is 75mg (no more than 2000mg)