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4 Isagenix Products With Collagen

Updated: Feb 22, 2021

First published January 29, 2021, on


The science supporting the benefits of collagen is no secret. However, not all collagen provides the same benefits. That’s why Isagenix has developed several products containing various types and sources of collagen so you can personalize your benefits to help you reach your health and wellness goals.

Collagen Bone Broth: Everyday Collagen Support

Collagen Bone Broth supports collagen production throughout the body for a radiant complexion and healthy joints. We begin by slowly simmering grass-fed beef bones to release beneficial nutrients and types I and III collagen. Next, the bone broth protein is combined with 6.5 grams of highly bioavailable collagen peptides and antioxidant vitamin C to enhance the benefits of bone broth and provide greater support for collagen throughout the body (1). These collagen-boosting nutrients are expertly blended with natural flavors to make a delicious and savory broth mix.

Warm up with Collagen Bone Broth daily to provide consistent support for collagen throughout the body on both Shake Days and Cleanse Days.

Collagen Elixir*: Beauty From Within

Collagen Elixir™ nourishes your skin from the inside out, promoting enhanced elasticity, firmness, and hydration for a healthy and radiant complexion. This beauty-boosting beverage is made with 5 grams of hydrolyzed marine collagen blended with antioxidant vitamin C, the essential nutrient zinc, and a blend of botanicals including moisturizing aloe vera, nutrient-rich goji berry, and soothing chamomile. Studies show that supplementing with marine collagen, alone or when combined with other nutrients such as vitamin C and zinc, may improve skin hydration, elasticity, and thickness; improve physical aspects of hair and nails; and minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles (2-10).

Unwind with Collagen Elixir on Shake Days and Cleanse Days to nourish and hydrate your skin from the inside out.

AMPED Repair: Exercise Recovery

AMPED™ Repair is a multifunctional post-exercise supplement formulated with natural ingredients like collagen peptides, tart cherry, curcumin, and astaxanthin to promote recovery from strenuous exercise. It combines hydrolyzed type II collagen with scientifically studied ingredients to support muscle recovery and protect against exercise-induced oxidative stress (11-14). The hydrolyzed collagen helps to support healthy cartilage in joints by acting as building blocks for cartilage production. Together, the ingredients in AMPED Repair work to boost muscle recovery and ease exercise-related muscle and joint soreness so you can be ready for your next workout.

AMPED Repair is designed to support muscle recovery and is best when consumed soon after a workout.

Joint Support: Healthy Aging

Isagenix Joint Support™ tablets offer daily triple-action support to protect, rejuvenate, and soothe joints with ingredients like type II collagen, methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), glucosamine sulfate potassium, and adaptogenic herbs and botanicals. Glucosamine is a foundational ingredient that supports cartilage production from the ground up. Combined with the collagen proteins that form the base for cartilage, glucosamine supplementation helps give this rate-limiting step a step up (15). Chondroitin pairs with glucosamine in the formation of cartilage, which is mostly noted for its promotion of a firm and flexible structure. Isagenix Joint Support contains all the right ingredients to help provide optimal joint benefits.

Whether you seek radiant skin, reduced recovery time after a workout, or rejuvenated joints, Isagenix has many collagen-based products to help you age youthfully and live comfortably.


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