Skin & Joint HealthCollagen


What is Collagen?

Collagen is an important structural protein. Essentially it holds the body together, giving strength, structure, elasticity, and cohesion to bones, skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage. Nutramix Laboratories provides collagen products from different sources of collagen such as Bovine and Marine Collagen. Our products contain Hydrolyzed Collagen which is a short chain of amino acids, also known as collagen peptides. It is broken down into more easily dissolvable amino acids, and once absorbed into the bloodstream, it can influence the activity of cells in the body in multiple ways. Hydrolyzed collagen can help the body repair damaged tissue. It can provide structural support for skin, contribute to healthy hair, and help maintain bone density. This is why hydrolyzed collagen is used for a range of health, beauty, and fitness needs.

Why you should consider Selling Collagen?

  • Collagen demand is estimated to have a compound annual growth rate of 5.9% from 2020 to 2027, rising from 920 tons to approximately 1455.5 tons by 2027
  • On top of all this, demand for collagen is expected to rise due to people change in attitude towards their lifestyle, health as well as an increase in disposable incomes
  • There are multiple ways in which one can sell collagen, these avenues include: Health Care, Cosmetics, and Food & Beverage
  • Not only do you have industry insights to back you up, but you will have the expertise on Nutrimix Laboratories to guide you every step of the way


Misconceptions about Collagen

Myth 1: Collagen is only good for the skin

Truth: Although Collagen has shown to be effective for good skin health it also provides numerous other benefits which include: anti-inflammatory effects, a good source of antioxidants, support in cardiovascular health, and it also aids in helping you recover from injuries

Myth 2: You don’t need to take Collagen as it is naturally created by the body

Truth: Although it is true that our body does naturally produce collagen, this production can begin to slow down in our twenties. In consumption of collagen supplements will help in reducing fine lines and wrinkles and improve the elasticity and appearance of one’s skin/p>


Bovine Collagen

Biotin, also known as Vitamin H is one of the B complex vitamins. It helps to keep your skin, hair, eyes, liver, and nervous system healthy. People can usually get an adequate amount of biotin by having a healthy diet but some research has shown that getting more biotin can help to regulate blood sugar, promote healthier hair, skin, and nails. Biotin has also been shown to have a positive effect on fetal development and is recommended for pregnant women.

Market Insights:
  • The biotin market is valued at $132.4 Million USD as of 2019 and is expected to grow to $162.8 Million USD by 2027
  • Health and beauty influencers have been driving up demand for such supplements


Avian Collagan

Night collagen is used for a variety of treatments due to the many benefits it offers in relation to sexual health, stress/anxiety, and sleep aid.

Below is a list of all the benefits that it offers:
  • Increases resistance to stress and anxiety, specifically to those with a history of chronic stress
  • Helps in relaxation and in turn improves the quality of sleep
  • Helps with thyroid function in people with hypothyroidism


Marine Collagen

Derived from the skin and scales from fish like cod, once the collagen protein has been removed it is broken down into collagen peptides allowing it to be easily dissolved into drinks. Marine collagen is composed of Type I collagen which is seen as the building block for healthier skin, flexible connective tissues, and stronger bones, similar characteristics as to those with bovine collagen as it also contains Type I collagen. It also contains Type III collagen which is also beneficial for skin health.

Below are some of the main benefits of Marine Collagen::
  • May help lower cholesterol levels: Research has shown that marine collagen has lowered LDL (the bad cholesterol) and increased HDL (the good cholesterol)
  • May help support blood sugar levels: Because marine collagen has a unique amino acid composition, with its higher levels of glycine, it helps in regulating blood sugar levels
  • May prevent bone loss: In several studies, marine collagen has been shown to prevent bone loss as it helps to combat osteoporosis
  • May decrease signs of aging: The increase in collagen helps aging skin by increasing moisture and skin elasticity



Essential electrolytes are minerals such as sodium, potassium, and calcium. They help to regulate muscle function, hydrate the body, help repair damaged tissue, and balance blood pH levels. When we have low levels of potassium and sodium electrolytes, it makes our skin vulnerable to dehydration and dryness.

The combination of potassium and calcium helps to promote a strong epidermal barrier, promote regeneration of one's cells as well as improve the fatty acid content in one's skin. All these factors combined help promote healthy, glowing skin.