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Collagen Type 1 & 3 Supplements

Collagen Types 1 & 3 provide our bodies with some of the building blocks we need to promote healthy skin, hair and nails.

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FAQs

What is collagen type 1 and 3?

There are 28 known types of collagen that occur naturally in the human body, each with its own unique molecular structure and function. Of those, collagen types 1 and 3 are the two best known for their beauty benefits and included in many supplements like NeoCell Super Collagen.

Collagen type 1 is by far the most abundant type, making up approximately 90% of the total collagen in the human body. It’s found primarily in skin, hair, nails, tendons, ligaments and bones, and helps strengthen the foundational matrix of each.

Collagen type 3 is also an important protein building block for skin and helps support overall skin health.*

Can you take collagen types 1, 2 and 3 together?
It is generally safe to take different types of collagen supplements together, and there is no evidence to suggest taking one type of collagen will affect the absorption of another. Whether you’re taking a single collagen supplement or multiple types of collagen, we suggest daily use to reap the most benefits.*
What are collagen 1 and 3 good for?

The primary role of collagen, collagen types 1 and 3 included, is to help maintain the structural integrity of your body to help you stay strong and flexible. As part of the normal aging process, our body’s natural production of collagen slows down. Changes in collagen contribute to some signs of aging, in the skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones.

That’s why you’ve likely heard about people turning to collagen type 1 and 3 supplements to support healthy skin, hair, nails and joints. Research suggests that taking them regularly can help provide some of the building blocks your body needs to continue to make collagen and other important proteins like keratin.*

Do collagen types 1 and 3 support joints?

Collagen is essential for healthy skin, hair, nails, bones, teeth and ligaments (among other things), as well as joints. But with age, the levels of collagen in our bodies start to diminish. The good news is, we can support healthy collagen formation with collagen supplements.

Collagen type 1 and 3 supplements are popular—many formulas pair these two types of collagen to promote collagen formation throughout the body. That in turn supports healthy joints, as well as skin, hair and nails. That said, collagen type 2, which is found in cartilage throughout the body (and available in supplements), plays a particularly important part in joint health.*

What do collagen types 1 and 3 do?

In your body, collagen types 1 and 3 provide some of the protein building blocks it needs to promote healthy skin, hair, nails and joints. Type 1 specifically maintains the foundational matrices of skin, hair, nails, tendons, ligaments and bones, while type 3 works to support skin health. Because our bodies produce less collagen as we age, many people rely on collagen supplements as they get older.

In supplements, hydrolyzed collagen types 1 and 3 support healthy collagen formation bodywide to help promote beautiful, radiant skin, and healthy hair, nails and joints. And there are forms to fit every lifestyle. For example, NeoCell collagen type 1 and 3 comes in powders, liquids and capsules.*

What's the difference between types 1, 2 and 3 collagen?

Collagen types 1, 2 and 3 are the ones you’ll find most often in supplements. Types 1 and 3 (included in many collagen capsules, powders and liquids) are most prevalent in skin, hair, nails and bones, while type 2 is found mostly in the joints and cartilage. Taking any of the three supports healthy collagen formation bodywide, but each type has its own specific function in the body.

- Collagen type 1 provides structure to skin, hair, nails, tendons, bones, ligaments and other connective tissues. In the skin, collagen type 1 helps promote skin health.

- Collagen type 2 is found in cartilage throughout the body, including in the ribs, nose and joints. It plays a key role in supporting joint health.

- Collagen type 3 works along with type 1 in the skin, ligaments, blood vessels and joints, helping to support healthy skin.*

How many types of collagen are there?

There are 28 known types of collagen that occur naturally in the human body. Collagen types 1, 2 and 3 are not only the most plentiful in the body, but also the most common in supplements.

Collagen type 1 makes up about 90 percent of the total collagen in your body, including your skin, hair, nails, tendons, ligaments and bones. Collagen type 2 is the main component of cartilage, and plays an essential role in how the skeletal system functions. It’s essential for joint and cartilage health. Collagen type 3 works in tandem with type 1 and primarily supports skin health.*

What is the best form of collagen to take?

Collagen supplements come in many forms, including powders that dissolve into hot or cold liquids, sippable liquids and convenient tablets. All work similarly to promote healthy skin, hair, nails and joints, so it’s all up to your lifestyle and preferences.

The most popular collagen supplements are sourced either from cows (bovine collagen) or fish (marine collagen), and may provide collagen types 1, 2 and/or 3. While there’s no single best collagen type 1 and 3, look for a product labeled “hydrolyzed collagen” or “collagen peptides.” These are two different terms for the same thing—collagen that’s been broken down into smaller bits (called peptides) that are easier for your body to absorb.*

What are the benefits of taking collagen types 1 and 3?

You often hear about how collagen types 1 and 3 can help maintain beautiful skin, hair and nails.

Research shows that collagen types 1 and 3 can help promote your body’s own collagen formation, a process that naturally slows starting in your 20s. Taking collagen daily supplies the protein building blocks your body needs to keep creating its own collagen. That in turn promotes healthy skin, hair, nails and joints.*

What type of collagen is best to support healthy skin?

Collagen types 1 and 3 are the two best known for their skin-related benefits. Type 1 helps give structural strength to your skin, hair, nails, tendons, ligaments and bones. Type 3 is also a protein star for your skin, supporting skin health.

Starting in your 20s, your body’s production of both types (and collagen in general) slows down as part of the natural aging process. Research shows that taking supplements like NeoCell collagen type 1 and 3 can help support collagen formation body-wide and support beautiful, youthful-looking skin. As a bonus, your hair, nails and joints will also reap the benefits.*

What is hydrolyzed collagen types 1 and 3?

Hydrolyzed collagen is collagen that has been broken down, through a process known as hydrolysis, into smaller amino acid chains called collagen peptides. It’s bioavailable, which is another way of saying it’s easy for your body to absorb. The terms hydrolyzed collagen, collagen peptides and collagen hydrolysate are all used interchangeably on dietary supplements, and you’ll see them on products that include collagen of all types, including 1 and 3.*

What are collagen types 1 and 3 made from?
The majority of collagen type 1 and 3 capsules, powders and liquids are bovine-sourced, from cow hides, bones or tendons. Marine collagen, which is made from the skin and/or scales of fish like carp, tilapia or cod, is a pescatarian-friendly source of collagen which may include types 1, 2 and/or 3.*
What is hydrolyzed type 1 collagen?
In short, hydrolyzed collagen is collagen—whether type 1, 2 or 3—that’s been broken down into smaller amino acid chains known as collagen peptides. In fact, collagen peptides is just another term for hydrolyzed collagen. In this smaller form, collagen is easier for your body to absorb. Hydrolyzed collagen powder supplements dissolve quickly easily into hot or cold liquids, too.*
Where is type 3 collagen found?
Type 3 collagen, an important protein building block for skin, is also found in the body’s organs, tissues and blood vessels. Food sources of type 3 collagen include beef and bone broth.*
What type of collagen supports hair health?

Collagen contains amino acids that our body uses to synthesize certain proteins. One of those proteins is keratin, a key structural component of both hair and hair follicles. As we age, our collagen production naturally declines, which can affect not only the health of our skin, nails and joints, but also our hair.

Keeping up healthy collagen levels by taking a hydrolyzed collagen supplement can help give your body the building blocks it needs to create its own collagen and keratin, which is a boon for your hair (and nails).*