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  • Supports Youthful Skin & Hair[1]
  • Supports Healthy Weight[1]
  • Supports Strong Joints & Bones[1]

Includes A Unique Combination of The 3 Most Pure And Potent Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides (Type I, II, III) from 3 natural food sources.

Enhanced With 5 Collagen Boosters: Vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid, Bamboo Extract, Horsetail Plant Extract, Vitamin B6.

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Q: What is collagen?

Collagen is the key protein produced in the body that makes up the connective tissue, skin, muscle tissue, bones, joints, tendons, and cartilage.

It's the "glue" that holds together your body’s youthful appearance and function.


Q: Why do we need to consume more collagen?

After age 25, the body's production of collagen declines more with each passing year[2] – this is what leads to those stubborn signs of aging:

  • Skin loses elasticity so it wrinkles and sags
  • Muscles lose firmness so they become soft and flabby

This is where our premium Multi Collagen Plus comes into play.

With every serving, you’ll be giving your body what it needs to support natural collagen production and promote youthful skin and hair, a healthy weight, and strong joints and bones.


Q: What are the benefits of taking collagen?

Here are just a few of the many proven benefits that are associated with collagen:

YOUTHFUL LOOKING SKIN

MAINTAINS HEALTHY HAIR

  • Collagen makes up 70% of your dermis[3], the middle layer of your skin that contains the root of each individual hair. Which means, maintaining a healthy level of collagen in the body can help support a healthy dermis and hair.
  • Collagen is also rich in specific[4] amino acids that are critical to your body's ability to build keratin, the protein that makes up your hair.

LEAN MUSCLES

Did you know that one of the main driving factors of the metabolism is lean muscle? The more lean muscle tissue you have, the more calories the body burns throughout the day. Unfortunately, many adults lose lean muscle as they age.

The good news is, collagen contains high amounts of glycine[5], a special amino acid which is known for its role in converting glucose into energy that supports lean muscle growth.

SUPPORT STRONG JOINTS & BONES

SUPPORTS GUT HEALTH

CRAVINGS & APPETITE

  • Collagen is one the most filling proteins. Research in the journal Clinical Nutrition showed that a dose of collagen in the morning increases feelings of fullness by 40 percent and reduces calorie intake at lunch by 20 percent.[6]

Q: What makes Multi Collagen Plus the best collagen for me?

Did you know that there are over 16 different types of collagen?[7]

However, in order to get real and sustainable results, you have to get the right types of collagen in the optimal form.

That's why every scoop of our Multi Collagen Plus includes a unique combination of the 3 most pure and potent hydrolyzed collagen peptides (Type I, II, III) from 3 natural food sources.

Together these 3 specific types of collagen make up more than 90% of all the collagen in your body.[8]

Type I Collagen

Type I collagen is the most abundant collagen in the body and is expressed in virtually all connective tissues.

It’s the major structural protein of skin, hair, bone, tendon, ligament, cornea, blood vessels, as well as an important component of other tissues. Of these tissues, skin and bone have the most functional role for Type 1 collagen.[9]

Type II Collagen

Most commercial forms of collagen do not include type two and it’s a huge problem. 

Type II collagen is the main component of cartilage.

Cartilage is connective tissue found in many areas of the body, including joints between bones (elbows, knees and ankles), ends of the ribs, between the vertebrae in the spine, and it’s found in the ears and nose.

Basically, Type II collagen helps to form cartilage that protects your joints and bones, which is why it’s so vital.[10]

Type III Collagen

Type III collagen is the second-most abundant type of collagen in the body, only behind Type I.

It’s a fibrillar collagen and it’s a major component of our skin and organs. It’s usually found with Type 1 and gives skin its elasticity and firmness.

It also helps form blood vessels and tissues within the heart.[11]

As you can see, having an abundance of all three types of collagen is absolutely necessary.[11]

And yet, most collagen available online or in stores do not include all 3 types of collagen (Type I, II, III) in the optimal forms and amounts.

That’s because if they separate the different types of collagen, they can charge more and sell each individually.

Or they go the exact opposite route, and include 5 or more types of collagen all at once, which means you get less of Type I, II, & III collagen making it less effective.

It turns out, the sweet spot for collagen is three types - specifically Type I, II, & III collagen. With three different types, you get the quality and variety of collagen necessary to support healthy skin and hair, health weight and strong joints and bones without diluting the quality of the collagen.

That Said, Collagen Alone Is Not Enough.

That's why every scoop of our Multi Collagen Plus also includes the 5 essential collagen supporting ingredients that enhance bioavailability and the increase in natural production of collagen.

Collagen Booster #1 - Vitamin C

One of the BEST Natural Sources of Vitamin C is Acerola Cherry[12]

Acerola cherry is typically found in tropical climates and what makes it so special is that it contains A LOT of Vitamin C.

In fact, just one tablespoon of acerola cherry in powder form contains 525% of the recommended daily intake.

Even better, it contains over 150 phytonutrients, flavonoids, and polyphenols.

Polyphenols are really important because they are packed with antioxidants.


Collagen Booster #2 - Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a clear, lubricating substance that is essential for maintaining healthy level of collagen.

And it plays a key role in keeping skin hydrated and lubricating joints.

Roughly half of the hyaluronic acid in the body is present in the skin, where it binds to water to help retain moisture.

And when it comes to youthful skin, it retains its resilience and pliability in large part due to its high content of water.

However, the normal aging process causes a loss of moisture, and in turn, a loss of hyaluronic acid.

So in order to get to all the skin-enhancing, joint-pain-treating benefits of collagen, it needs to include hyaluronic acid.[13]


Collagen Booster #3 - Bamboo Extract

Bamboo plants play a significant role in traditional Asian medicine and skin care products, where women are known to have flawless, porcelain-like skin at all ages.

However, when it comes to collagen, bamboo extract is really powerful because it’s about 70% silica.

Collagen is mainly made up of silica, and if retained in the body, it can help maintain your youthful appearance.

It’s also important for hair growth and volume.

For every gram, the hair contains 90 micrograms of silica.

Only our bones contain more.

One study followed the progress of females with thinning hair.

What they found was that the women who supplemented with a formula that contained silica (along with horsetail and acerola cherry), have maintained hair density and strength.[14]

In other words, it has shown to support strong and healthy hair.


Collagen Booster #4 - Horsetail Plant Extract

Horsetail is a powerful plant that’s been used since the ancient Greek and Roman times, mainly for medicinal purposes.

However, when it comes to collagen, the reason it’s so important is because it’s a great source of silica.

Silica is required for the production of collagen and it also helps form the building blocks of collagen.[15]

That means in order to get the best possible benefits from collagen, you need silica as the foundation, which helps support connective tissue…

The body needs silica for the formation of new collagen...

Yet, not all collagen supplements contain silica.

And if it does, it’s not a high quality source that’s easily absorbable in the body.

However, one of the best forms is found in horsetail extract and that’s why you should always search the ingredient label before choosing a brand of collagen.


Collagen Booster #5 - Vitamin B6

Vitamin B is often overlooked when it comes to collagen and skin health and that is a big mistake.

A 2018 study found that vitamin B helps the body support healthy production of skin cells.

That’s why in order to get the absolute best results possible, the body needs optimal levels of vitamin B - B6 specifically.[16]

100% Clean Collagen Formula:

  • Grass-Fed, Keto, Paleo, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, & GMO Free
  • There's absolutely NO synthetic hormones, chemicals, artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or sweeteners of any kind in this all natural collagen formula.

Q: How much should I order today?

Our most popular and best value saving offer is 6 jars of Multi Collagen Plus. And this is what we recommend since you'll save over 49% OFF today on this limited time offer and get Multi Collagen Plus for the lowest price it will ever be at.

That's only $19.95 per jar (only $0.66 per serving)! 


Q: What is the best way to use Multi Collagen Plus?

It’s as simple as adding 2 scoops of our Multi Collagen Plus to 8-16 oz of coffee, smoothie, tea, or any other liquid or food to help maintain youthful appearance and support healthy body from the inside and out.


Q: What are the ingredients in Multi Collagen Plus?


Q: Can I buy Multi Collagen Plus anywhere else?

No. Multi Collagen Plus is currently only available on this secure page. This way we can maintain our highly praised customer service and lowest rock bottom prices.


Q: After I order today, will anything else be sent or billed to me?

Absolutely not. This is a one-time transaction today only. No future charges will be made because you are NOT subscribing to anything.


Q: I clicked the order button and it said "out of stock" - What now?

Because this is a brand new formula, we only have a limited amount of jars to give away at today’s extremely discounted price. If you click a link on this page and see that we are out of stock, please contact us at support@PainlessNutritionals.com to get on the notification list, and we’ll honor the sale price when we get more in stock, even if it’s in 6 months!


Q: What if it doesn't work for me?

You can try our 100% premium grass-fed collagen and if for any reason you’re not completely satisfied, you can send an email to support@PainlessNutritionals.com or call (888) 947-3780. We will get back to you within 1 business day. Please describe the issue in detail, along with your name and email address used in placing your order, your order number, and name of the purchased product. So rest assured, you can complete your order today knowing that you’re 100% protected by our risk-free 60-day money-back guarantee.

SPECIAL OFFER! GET MULTI COLLAGEN PLUS FOR ONLY $19.95 (49% OFF)

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SPECIAL OFFER! GET MULTI COLLAGEN PLUS FOR ONLY $19.95 (49% OFF)

Supply Is Limited And They Will Go Fast!

Today, you can get our premium Multi Collagen Plus for 49% OFF (normally retails for $39). Includes 30 Servings. Plus, you'll get FREE shipping today.

  • Supports Youthful Skin & Hair
  • Supports Healthy Weight
  • Supports Strong Joints & Bones

Includes A Unique Combination of The 3 Most Pure And Potent Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides (Type I, II, III) from 3 natural food sources.

Enhanced With 5 Collagen Boosters: Vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid, Bamboo Extract, Horsetail Plant Extract, Vitamin B6.

Only $0.66 / Serving 

For As Low As…
$39
 $19.95

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