Nip & Tuck - 330ml
Your favourite has had a little glow-up of her very own and will now forever be known as Nip & Tuck. Same gorgeously green goodness inside, just a new name.
All of the good raw green stuff (kale and spinach), cold-pressed and blended with apple, mango, lime and invigorating ginger. Injected with a massive 10g shot of collagen to give you a boost and get your skin glowing. Harley St is about to get a lot quieter.
Delivered chilled and stays fresh in your fridge for up to 30 days (depending on delivery date).
- No artificial additives
- GMO & Gluten free*
Apple, Mango, Kiwi, Water, Spinach, Kale, Ginger, Bovine Collagen Peptides (3)%, Lime, Mint
Not suitable for vegetarians. We’re all natural here, so separation is normal. Give me a hard shake. Keep refrigerated below 5°C. Once opened, consume within 24 hours. For use by date, see neck of bottle. May contain traces of nuts and dairy. Shelf life for this product is 10 days.
|Per 100g||Per Serving|
|of which saturates||0g||0.1g|
|of which sugars||6.9g||23g|
|Vitamin C||26mg||85mg |
This one smells amazing! Alongside the key ingredient of collagen, this juice is full of highly nutritious fruit and vegetables, but has the additional bonus of a generous (but safe) dose of collagen.
Find out a little more about the research below.
Clinical-lead Dietitian & Nutritionist
The benefits of collagen are well known as they relate to skin and bone health. Less well known is the consumption of collagen also aids the promotion of natural creatine in the body. Creatine can improve strength and lean muscle mass.
In addition, there is research to support claims that collagen is an effective, natural appetite suppressant and as such could be used during periods of weight loss.
What's good about it?
Vitamin C Boost
All natural. No compromise
What's in it?
10g Collagen Peptides
Spinach & Kale
Apple & Mango
Ginger & Lime
What the science says
Collagen is one of the most abundant proteins in the body and is found in our skin, bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Research suggests that collagen could improve skin hydration, elasticity, roughness and density1 so has been associated with having an anti-ageing effect.
In addition to its link to skin health, research suggests that collagen could play a role in joint health. Research has shown that collagen supplementation can reduce inflammation and protect joint health in conditions such as osteoarthritis2 and could help to reduce joint pain3 and muscle soreness following exercise4.
This bottle of green magic packs a nutritional punch also has 106% of your recommended intake of Vitamin C per serving. Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of skin. It also protects collagen from free radicals that break down it down. This juice also provides a whopping 347% of your daily intake of Manganese. Manganese contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress, and thereby acts as an antioxidant.
The information above is a review of the literature to demonstrate potential health benefits of the ingredients within the products. We do not claim that our products or any ingredient within our products can treat, cure or prevent any health condition. Products should be consumed as part of a healthy diet. For individual advice about any health condition, please speak to your GP.
(1) Bolke, L., Schlippe, G., Gerß, J., and Voss, W. (2019). A Collagen Supplement Improves Skin Hydration, Elasticity, Roughness, and Density: Results of a Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Blind Study. Nutrients, 11(10): 2494.
(2) Dar, Q. A., Schott, E. M., Catheline, S. E., Maynard, R. D., Liu, Z., Kamal, F., Farnsworth, C. W., Ketz, J. P., Mooney, R. A., Hilton, M. J., Jonason, J. H., Prawitt, J., and Zuscik, M. J. (2017).
Daily oral consumption of hydrolyzed type 1 collagen is chondroprotective and anti-inflammatory in murine posttraumatic osteoarthritis.
PloS one, 12(4): e0174705.
(3) Oesser, S., Schulze, C.H., Zdzieblik, D. and Konig, D. (2016).
Efficacy of specific bioactive collagen peptides in the treatment of joint pain. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 24(S1): S189.
(4) Clifford, T., Ventress, M., Allerton, D.M. et al. The effects of collagen peptides on muscle damage, inflammation and bone turnover following exercise: a randomized, controlled trial. Amino Acids 51, 691–704 (2019).