- MFG # AA1450
- UPC # 094922372192
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Serving Size: 2 Veggie Capsules
Servings per Container: 60
Amount per Serving / % Daily Value
Pro-Longevity Resveratrol Blend™ 200 mg / *
Organic French Red Grape & Vine (Vitis vinifera (Full Spectrum Polyphenol Profile))‚ Muscadine USDA Certified Organic Red Grape & Seed (Vitis rotundifolia (Grape Pomace)).
Resveratrol 200 mg / *
Organic French Red Grape & Vine (Vitis vinifera) and wild natural Japanese Knotweed (Polygonum Cuspidatum) standardized to contain a minimum of 50% (100 mg) of the Trans-resveratrol isomer.
BioCell Collagen II® 1000 mg / *
Hydrolyzed Collagen type II 600 mg / *
Chondroitin Sulfate 200 mg / *
Hyaluronic Acid 100 mg / *
*Daily Value not established
Other Ingredients: Vegetable cellulose (capsule)‚ rice bran‚ silica.
2 Veggie Capsules
Consult your healthcare professional before use.
Allergy / Dietary Needs
- Artificial Color Free
- Artificial Flavor Free
- Corn Free
- Egg Free
- Fish Free
- Gluten Free
- Lactose Free
- Milk Free
- Preservative Free
- Salt Free
- Soy Free
- Starch Free
- Sugar Free
- Wheat Free
- Yeast Free
- Citrus Free
Ratings & ReviewsReview This Item
Overall Rating for Reserveage Collagen Booster - 120 Capsules
By Karla Schilling
from McKinney TX
Overpriced and Overhyped
I read about Reserveage Collagen Booster by Reserve Life Nutrition in Vogue Magazine and was intrigued about it's anti-aging claims and the glowing reviews. The first thing I did was go to their website to read the actual ingredients and dosage. I realized that I was already taking many of these ingredients although the type of collagen seemed unique and it was a higher dosage of hyaluronic acid. So, I started taking the same ingredients in Doctor's Choice brand which worked great - skin seemed more hydrated & healthier. One month I decided to go ahead and purchase this Reservage product to see how it compared. I didn't feel or look any differently than using the same ingredients in Doctor's Choice! The special ingredient in Reserveage that they feel is extra beneficial is Resveratrol from grapes/wine. I drink red wine as per my cardiologist and do not feel the supplement in Reservage had any extra benefit. I did go back to purchasing the actual supplements within Reserveage Collagen Booster since it was much cheaper.
I do love this combination of collagen, hyaluronic acid with the chondroitin. It is very restoring and important for keeping the skin healthy.
The cost is very expensive. I feel that the blend of Resveratrol is not really necessary if you drink red wine. I feel the claims by the company and reviews are overly dramatic. I think this product is really more preventative to the aging process and slightly restores skin health.
from McKinney TX
Reserveage - Fountain of Youth?
Ive been taking hyaluronic acid and collagen supplements for a couple years so I was excited to hear about Reserveage in a Vogue Magazine article. The claims from the Vogue article were that customers felt their skin was tighter more youthful and also (due to the chondroitin) that their joints felt more lubricated. Ive taken these supplements on their own and havent felt a significant difference in skin quality or with my joints. Ive been taking Reserveage now for 1 - 2 months and havent had any miraculous change in my skin quality or in my joints either. I would recommend this product only if taking these supplements on their own are too much work. One ingredient unique to this supplement mix is the Resveratrol. Just recently in the news I heard that the amount of Resveratrol in most supplements is not enough to make any real difference in heart health or in skin quality. I really do believe these supplements may be the closest to a natural fountain of youth but we dont know enough about them scientifically. Perhaps starting them at age 40 may only keep the aging process at bay rather than turn back the clock. I do feel this product (and this combo of supplements) do achieve that.
Multiple supplements in one formula
Costly - cheaper to purchase independently. The company claims of improvement of skin quality seem exaggerated.
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