Health Arena Dermacoll Veriscol collagen drink has come to our attention because of the clinical trials conducted by its manufacturers.
To summarise, there were two groups of participants: those who were receiving the real thing and those who were getting a placebo (the control group). After three weeks, the participants’ skin was measured and dermatologically evaluated. The control group showed no changes at all, while the other group seemed to have noticeably younger and moisturised skin. The effects were even more apparent after three months had passed. But, as we probably all know you really need to take research with a pinch of salt, especially if it was conducted by the manufacturer themselves.
This makes us very excited to purchase the product ourselves and bring you the full review!
One month’s worth of supply will set you back roughly £26, which neatly falls to around £1 a day. As far as the asking price is concerned, this is definitely one of the most affordable products on the market. Therefore, we can easily start this review on a positive note.
However, because this product does not come with a money-back guarantee, we have to take away a couple of points. This is because every top-rated product has one, and it’s important to follow the good example set by those products.
A daily serving contains 5000 mg of collagen, which is unfortunately not enough to truly be considered potent! Basically, we are looking for collagen drinks which have at least 7000 mg of collagen. Ideally, we also want a daily serving to have less than 10000 mg of collagen, because more than that is rendered obsolete by the fact that our body can’t absorb any more past that point. Because of this, we have to mark it down from the get-go.
Because it contains bovine-sourced collagen and not marine-sourced collagen like the top-rated products do, we have to deduct some additional points, earning it a very sub-par grade in this category.
Because this is a powder and not a ready-made drink, we’re going to have to deduct another set of points here. This is mainly a question of convenience: compared to ready-made drinks, powder-based drinks take a significantly longer time to prepare, and thus don’t really contribute to the overall customer experience.
In spite of that, the product does seem to have a couple of beneficial ingredients:
– Hyaluronic acid (Improves the health of your joints and skin.)
– Vitamin C (A powerful antioxidant, which also helps prevents several cardiovascular diseases and boosts your immune system.)
– Green tea (Helps improve your brain function, as well as aid you when losing weight and lowering the risk of your body developing cancer.)
If you’re a fan of fruity flavours, its taste will probably not bother you. If it’s the opposite, you may want to think about mixing it with another beverage to cover up the taste.
Because the powder is contained inside a single bag, the production materials do tend to be rather minimal, so we can award a higher grade here. This is because we always favour products that are ecologically-friendly, and this seems to be one of them.
This product is nothing special compared to what’s available in this day and age. Yes, it may be cost-effective and ecologically-friendly, but its advantages seem to come to a close here. It’s not particularly convenient to prepare and it’s effectiveness can’t be compared to its competing products. Because of its low price, you can always give it a shot without risking too much, but if you want something that’s guaranteed to be effective, you may want to go through some of the other product we’ve reviewed instead.