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Botanic Choice

Type II Collagen Tablets 500 mg.

Eases Dry Skin, Brittle Nails, & Damaged Hair
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Type II Collagen Tablets 500 mg.
Gluten Free
Gluten Free
Non-GMO
Non-GMO

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Type II Collagen Tablets by Botanic Choice naturally help ease dry skin, brittle nails, and damaged hair.
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Overview
Brand
Botanic Choice
Size
30 tablets
Item #
1239
UPC #
703308810301
Product Info

Benefits of Type II Collagen:

  • Supplies the building block for healthy skin and hair
  • Supports stronger, healthier looking hair

A natural protein, collagen provides the structural foundation for bones, muscles, skin and more. Think of collagen as the threads in a fabric. When you're younger, as one thread breaks off, a new one naturally replaces it so your skin stays smooth, supple and wrinkle free and your hair is shiny and full of bounce. As you age, your body produces less collagen and what collagen it does produce is not as high quality as it once was. That's where Type II Collagen can help.

For dry, damaged hair, and soft, smooth skin, Type II Collagen may be a good choice for you.


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

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