We’ve selected the finest hydrolysed marine and bovine collagen peptides available in the UK, from natural, ethical and organic sources. Pure marine and bovine collagen peptides and special formulas with synergistic ingredients like vitamin C and hyaluronic acid. These supplements are available as soluble collagen powders, capsules or blended with coffee, matcha or turmeric to make a satisfying morning or evening drink.
At for the Ageless, we know how important it is to buy safe, high-quality, and effective collagen. We have an exceptional knowledge of our products and personally test every item we stock. To be sold at for the Ageless it must meet our selection criteria:
We love to hear from our customers and always take the time to respond in detail to questions and suggestions. We regularly hear from those that appreciated the time we took to talk to them and improve their shopping experience. For example, Elle’s Mum reached out on TrustPilot to say:
“I buy from ‘For the Ageless’ regularly, and for good reason. They are extremely knowledgeable, friendly and efficient. They sell only the very highest quality products, and delivery is lightning fast every single time. Their expert knowledge of their products has helped me make decisions…”
If you want to know more about the collagen supplements we sell, we’d love to hear from you. We are available to arrange a one-to-one consultation with an expert via:
Everything we sell comes directly from the supplier or main distributor; it’s then shipped from a state-of-the-art facility in Brackmills Industrial Estate, Northampton. This is one of the few organic warehouses in England that meets the high standards set out by the EU, DEFRA, and the Soil Association.
Every supplement sold at for the Ageless is price-match guaranteed. We ensure you only ever pay the manufacturer's recommended retail price or lower. If you find a price has changed and we have not yet updated the website please get in contact with us.
All food supplement collections are included in our price match guarantee:
Collagen is an abundant structural protein made from long chains of amino acids. It’s present in your skin, bones, muscles and connecting tissues where it provides strength and elasticity.
Hydrolysed collagen has been treated with enzymes to break its long amino acid chains into small sections called peptides. This helps it pass through your gut wall and means that the amino acids are ready for your body to use without a lengthy digestion process.
Collagen supplements provide a dietary source of amino acids in the form of collagen proteins or peptides. Once digested and absorbed into your bloodstream, the amino acids can be used to build new collagen proteins or repair old ones.
Yes, collagen is good for you; some studies suggest that having an abundant supply of amino acids may combat the collagen loss that comes with ageing. Specifically, it may boost collagen levels in the skin, improve skin hydration and even reduce wrinkle volume by 20%. Research has also shown that it may also reduce stiffness and pain for those who suffer from some forms of osteoarthritis.
Collagen supplements are considered generally safe for most people; however, some have reported mild side effects, including a bad taste in their mouth, stomach discomfort or diarrhoea.
As with any food supplement, the manufacturing processes and ingredients can vary from brand to brand. Some may contain allergens; marine-sourced powders will contain fish or shellfish.
The best collagens are marine-sourced from fish or shellfish and bovine-sourced from cattle:
Collagen types I, II and III are the best because they’re the most abundant and can provide the broadest range of benefits. Type I and III both provide strength and elasticity to your skin, ligaments, and bones. Type II is found in animal/fish cartilage and connective tissue. Most standard bovine or marine products aren't made with cartilage but those specifically aimed at joint health are. This will be made clear on the product label.
Some products also include boosters to aid collagen production. The most well-known of these is vitamin C.
The most common types of collagen products are capsules, powder, and drinks:
Collagen is sold as a food supplement. It is not intended to assist with the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, or cure of any disease, ailment or medical condition. Any product statements provided on this site are for information only and do not constitute medical advice. Read our full legal disclaimer for more information.