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Designer Wellness Designer Collagen Protein Unflavored -- 10.6 oz

Designer Wellness Designer Collagen Protein Unflavored
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Designer Wellness Designer Collagen Protein Unflavored -- 10.6 oz

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Designer Wellness Designer Collagen Protein Unflavored Description

  • Hydrolyzed Grass-Fed Bovine Collagen Peptides 1-111
  • With MCT, Fiber, Calcium, Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid
  • 10g Collagen • 0g Sugar • 2g MCT
  • Skin, Hair & Nails
  • Soy Free
  • Free of Artificial Colors, Sweeteners & Flavors
  • Dairy and Gluten Free
  • Keto & Paleo Friendly

You deserve to treat yourself. You're healthy, happy and pretty fabulous! Self-care should always feel good and be an indulgence. Get that glow going with more collagen peptides mixed in this thrice-as-nice formula.


Feel your best and reach for our Original Collagen Peptides powder fortified with MCT, hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, and other goodies so you can feel confident from the inside out—and look like it too. What better way to take care of yourself?

  • Hydrolyzed Grass-fed Bovine Collagen Peptides I/III have been shown to support bone, joint, skin, hair, and nail health; perfect for keto diets
  • MCT powder is a great source of energy, and it can also help you lose weight. In fact, there have even been studies that shows it helps clear brain fog!
  • Hyaluronic Acid for additional skin and joint health support; vitamin C to support immune health and collagen production
  • Gluten-free and Kosher certified ingredients; no artificial flavors, no artificial sweeteners, no artificial colors, no preservatives


  • 2 Scoops
  • 8 oz Water or hot/cold beverage
  • Shake or Blend

Chef's Tip: Add to coffee or tea as a creamer, or sprinkle in your smoothie for extra benefits.


A scoop is included.

Free Of
Gluten, soy, dairy, preservatives, artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Scoops (16.3 g)
Servings per Container: 16
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Fat2 g3%
   Saturated Fat2 g10%
Sodium5 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate4 g1%
   Dietary Fiber3 g10%
   Total Sugars0 g
     Includes 0g Added Sugars0%
Protein10 g
Vitamin C45 mg50%
Calcium65 mg5%
Magnesium21 mg5%
Potassium47 mg1%
Other Ingredients: rGBH-free hydrolized collagen type 1/type 3, bovine hide peptides, MCT oil powder: (MCT oil, collagen bovine, gum arabic, tapioca starch), tapioca fiber, magnesium citrate, calcium carboante, salt, stevia, hyaluronic acid, ascorbic acid (vitamin C).

Manufactured in a facility that also produces coconut, fish, milk, egg and soy products.


If pregnant, nursing or have a medical condition, consult your physician before use. Use this product as a food supplement only. do not use for weight reduction.

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5 Signs Something Might be a 'Wellness Scam'

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The global wellness market is enormous. By 2025, the value of the market is projected to reach $7 trillion. “The wellness market is booming. Consumers intend to keep spending more on products that improve their health, fitness, nutrition, appearance, sleep, and mindfulness,” says consulting giant McKinsey & Co. So, when there’s that much money at stake in a booming market, you can be sure that scammers are sniffing around for opportunities to rip you off. “Dishonest companies will say almost anything to get you to buy their product or service,” says the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

Woman Opening Mail-Order Box Aggravated She Didn't Know How to Spot a Scammer Before Wasting Money on Junk Product

How to Spot a Wellness Scam 

Fortunately, you can spot wellness scams and protect yourself from them. Here are five wellness scams to watch out for.

1. A product claims to make everything better

The FTC warns that any product promising to cure a variety of ailments is a scam. Here’s an example of a bogus claim, courtesy of the FTC: A product touts that it’s been “proven to treat rheumatism, arthritis, infections, prostate problems, impotency, ulcers, cancer, heart trouble, hardening of the arteries, and more!” If you see an overblown claim like this, don’t buy the product. It won’t deliver the advertised results.

2. A testimonial vows you’ll experience miraculous results

Be wary of any product testimonials from doctors or patients that declare you’ll enjoy extraordinary results, the FTC warns. They’re almost certainly phony statements. Here’s an example: “My husband has Alzheimer’s disease. He began taking a teaspoonful of this product each day. And now, in just 22 days, he mowed the grass, cleaned out the garage, weeded the flower beds, and we take our morning walk again.” A product or treatment that suggests you can dramatically reverse the effects of Alzheimer’s — or any other condition, for that matter — is a product or treatment you shouldn’t purchase.

3. A product makes hard-to-believe declarations

The FTC recommends being distrustful of products that market themselves in glowing terms like “scientific breakthrough,” “miraculous cure,” “secret ingredient,” “exclusive product” or “ancient remedy.” If a product puffs itself up in such dazzling ways, don’t believe the hype.

4. A product or treatment tries to impress you with phony science

If you come across a product or treatment blasting out marketing language that sounds like something you might (but ultimately wouldn’t) read in a science textbook, do your homework. The FTC cites phrases such as “molecule multiplicity,” “glucose metabolism,” “thermogenesis” and “insulin receptor sites” as ones that appear to be Einstein-level genius but are actually flimsy. Uncertain about the validity of these and other lofty phrases? Using trustworthy sources, conduct some online research to determine whether these phrases are legitimate or made up.

5. A product or treatment markets itself as “natural.”

As the FTC points out, “natural” doesn’t equate to safe or effective. “In fact, ‘natural’ can mean both harmful and ineffective,” the agency says. Some so-called natural products might even interfere with legitimate treatments recommended by a healthcare professional, says the FTC. Proceed cautiously if you’re inclined to use a “natural” product or treatment.

How to avoid wellness scams

Unfortunately, no one is immune to wellness scams. We’re all potential victims. “It’s important to note that there’s no one type of person who falls for dubious wellness claims,” The Seattle Times assures us. “Even ‘smart’ people who have no trouble applying critical thinking in other areas of their lives can find themselves sucked into wellness culture.” However, you can do a number of things to be smarter about wellness scams. Here are four tips:

1. Do some sleuthing.

Search online for the name of a product or treatment, plus words like “review,” “complaint” or “scam.”

2. Rely on trusted websites.

Lots of incorrect information is floating around on the internet, particularly social media platforms. When you’re researching a product or treatment, start with reliable sources such as the federal government’s MyHealthfinder tool, gov website or National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health website.

3. Ask a healthcare professional.

Before trying a product or treatment, quiz a healthcare professional about it. Does this really work? What evidence supports the product’s or treatment’s claims?

4. Be skeptical of guarantees or promises.

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