Colly Pink is a collagen drink that’s produced in Thailand. The manufacturers claim it’s very popular in Japan, but we weren’t able to verify this statement ourselves.
We found an alarming statement on Amazon by the main sellers themselves what warns you about the possibility of receiving fake goods when ordering from them!
Another thing that doesn’t exactly speak in its favour is the fact that the pricing seems to be a very inconsistent on Amazon. There are multiple products listed under the same name on Amazon that are completely identical in every way, with the only difference being their price tag. So a lot of research is needed to get a good deal, and a bit of luck is in order that when it turns up, it’s not fake!
However, Colly Pink does seem to have a couple of unique strengths which we will go through below before coming to the final verdict.
Because there are multiple price points between the listings as well as different dosages of collagen listed under the same name, we’re going to do the math for each one of them.
The cheapest Colly Pink collagen 6000mg costs £43 on Amazon. You receive 30 servings with it, which is about £1.43 a day. Not the most affordable collagen powder out there, but that version still scores fairly well in terms of value.
Another Colly Pink collagen 6000mg we found though was £83! It looks to be the same product, but it’s listed under a different seller name. Again, you receive 30 bags in the box, so a monthly dosage will cost you £2.76 a day. As you can see, this is clearly a lot worse in terms of value.
Then there is the Colly Pink collagen 10000mg version which currently sells at £74 per month. At £2.46 a day, this one is also not the most affordable of collagen powders. If you decide to buy the 3-month package, it will cost you £120, which comes to around £1.33 a day, so that’s more like it if you decided to take a blunt on Colly Pink.
All of this makes it extremely difficult to rate the product, because essentially we’re dealing with completely different products here.
We check all the products here to see if there are any money back guarantees in place in case you aren’t happy with it. Unfortunately there isn’t one for Colly Pink so we have to give some additional minus points in this category. This comparison is necessary though as the #1 product has it.
The Colly Pink 6000mg version falls just a little short on the ideal range of 7000mg to 10000mg collagen a day, so this version just isn’t effective enough.
The 10000mg version of the product, however, has the ideal potency we’re looking for. It does come with a premium though as explained before.
All in all, the effectiveness mostly depends on which version you’re planning to buy.
Because this product comes in the form of a powder, it gets minus points in this section. This is because collagen powders take a bit longer to prepare, which makes them way less convenient compared to ready-made drinks. However, because it tastes OK due to the added cherry ingredients, the grade is offset a bit by that fact.
Furthermore, it includes ingredients such as:
- Vitamin C (Keeps your immune system strong, prevents skin wrinkling, lessens the chances of your body developing diabetes and cancer. Furthermore, it reduces the stress levels in your body and improves you general health.)
- L-glycine (It’s an essential factor when it comes to producing various kinds of amino acids in your body. It stabilizes the oxygen levels in your blood and maintains the integrity of red blood cells. Finally, it has muscle-building and anti-ageing properties, helps treat neuro-behavioral disorders, and regulates the hormones in your body.)
- Acerola Cherry (Improves the taste, slows down the process of skin ageing, resolves metabolic issues, helps prevent the onset of cancer, all while boosting your immune system as well.)
Due to these additional ingredients, the final grade for this section is improved a bit.
We like environmentally friendly products here and because Colly Pink’s each daily serving comes in a little plastic bag instead of a lot of unneeded bottles as some manufacturers prefer, we give it full marks.
Although clearly not the strongest choice right now, Colly Pink definitely has some things going for it. The main ones are the low price (if we look at the cheaper version) and taste. However, due to some questionable practices of its manufacturers, the lack of reviews on Amazon and the overall confusion surrounding this product, we strongly encourage you to take a look at some of the alternatives we’ve reviewed.