AFC Tsubaki collagen drink is produced in Japan. Due to the relatively high production standards around these parts, we are very excited to bring you this review, so let’s see if this product really is all it promises to be.
We were unable to find a UK merchant selling this product, but its original price seems to be 48 Singapore dollars (which is approximately 35 US dollars, or 24 British pounds). However, there’s probably going to be some postage fees slapped on top of that since you’re going to be ordering from abroad, so the final price may even go up to £50 in total.
In any case, you’re going to be getting 10 bottles for this price. This means the daily costs will be anywhere between £2.5 and £5, depending on where you’ve purchased the product from, and how many boxes you’ve purchased (the more you buy at once, the lower the daily cost). So if we take the average, that’s £3.75, which is just a bit over what we would consider to be affordable, netting it a couple of minus points in the value section.
Also, there doesn’t seem to be a money-back guarantee, which means we’re going to have to deduct some more points. This is because all the top-rated products have one, and every other product has to be compared to the golden standard they set by offering one.
Each daily serving contains precisely 10000 mg of collagen, which is just the right kind of amount we’re looking for! At this point, the product is considered to be the most potent, and anything beyond that would be considered overkill, since our bodies can’t absorb any more than that. And just for the record, our minimum threshold is 7000 mg for the product to be considered potent enough.
We’re even more delighted by the fact that this product contains marine collagen, the kind of collagen that is the most high-quality, as well as included in pretty much every top-rated collagen drink.
Better yet, the collagen it contains is type 1 collagen, which earns it some neat bonus points. All of this combined earns it a pretty high grade in this category.
This is a collagen drink and not a powder like some competing products, and this is good news! Basically, we prefer to see collagen drinks instead of powders, because they are just more comfortable to prepare on a daily basis and take away much less of your time. And we feel that the overall customer experience is pretty important since this is something you’re going to be taking every day.
Furthermore, it comes with the following additional ingredients:
– Hyaluronic Acid (Improves the health of your skin and joints.)
– Vitamin C (Strengthens your immune system, as well as making your body less likely to develop several nervous and cardiovascular disorders.)
– Vitamin B (Helps your body generate more energy.)
– Royal Jelly (Helps healing bone fractures, improves your metabolism and makes your skin healthier.)
It’s worth mentioning that this type of collagen is 60 times smaller than the typical collagen, which increases the chances of it being absorbed by your body.
The taste is nothing special, but if it bothers you for any reason, just mix it with your favourite drink, and you’re good to go.
We don’t like the fact that each daily serving comes in its own separate bottle. While this may be good for the purposes of convenience, it’s not so good for the wellbeing of our environment, because the production uses much more materials than what’s really needed. Because of this, we’re going to have to lower the grade in this category.
This looks like another one of those high-quality products that also have a relatively high price. The effectiveness of AFC Tsubaki collagen drink goes without saying, but we just feel that other top-rated products are offering the same kind of benefits for way less money, and they also come with a money-back guarantee. So if money isn’t a problem for you, we can definitely recommend it. Otherwise, do yourself a favour and check out some of the other products we’ve reviewed.