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Get Bioactive with Swisse!

Increase Skin Elasticity – help reduce wrinkles and do in a delicious drink!

“SWISSE convenience to beauty!” ~ DietarySupplementNews.com

Swisse Clinical Collagen+ Beauty Blend | Grass-Fed Collagen, VERISOL® Bioactive Collagen Peptides®, Hyaluronic Acid | Helps To Reduce Wrinkles & Increases Skin Elasticity

Great to throw in your purse and go!

Here’s what we like:

PROVEN PREMIUM FORMULA: Formula combines Grass-fed Bovine Collagen with VERISOL Bioactive Collagen Peptides and Hyaluronic Acid to help improve the health of hair, skin, nails, and joints.* Collagen is one of the most important nutrients needed to maintain overall health.*

HELPS REDUCES EFFECTS OF AGING: With 10 grams of collagen per serving, including 2.5 g of VERISOL Bioactive Collagen Peptides that reduces wrinkles and fine facial lines by 25% after four weeks of use, our Beauty Blends are designed to help increase skin elasticity, support collagen and elastin production, and promote joint health.*

CONVENIENT AND EASY: 30 easy-to-use, single serve powder packets are perfect for an on-the-go lifestyle. These packets are ideal to take to the office, to the gym, and for travel – ideal for a healthy and active lifestyle. Just pour, mix, and enjoy!

NATURAL & DELICIOUS FLAVOR: Our Non-GMO supplement is free from preservatives, artificual ingredients, added sugars, and is Paleo & Keto friendly. The great tasting chai latte flavor is naturally sweetened, and can be added to cold water, plant-based milk, dairy, smoothies, or whatever cold beverage of your choice.

THE SWISSE DIFFERENCE: As Australia’s No.1 supplement brand, we know health and wellness are the foundation of happiness. Explore our range of products, all formulated based on scientific evidence. Nurtured by nature and prepared by Swisse. Discover the Swisse Difference.

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About Swisse

Swisse Vitamins and Supplements, established in Melbourne, Australia is dedicated to making people healthier and happier through clinically evidenced natural health products and education. Founded in the 1960s, Swisse offers an extensive range of vitamins and supplements containing premium-quality, natural ingredients based on decades of independently verified scientific research. Today, the Swisse product range stretches from top selling men’s and women’s multivitamins and dietary supplements, to sports nutrition, skincare and functional foods. Swisse products are currently available in the U.S. (online only), Australia, New Zealand, China, Singapore, the UK, Italy and the Netherlands, with plans to launch in up to 30 countries in the next five years. 


By: Florence Wright, Retail Analyst at PlanetRetail RNG

Consumer spending on health and beauty is increasing globally, with Asia & Oceania driving most of the growth. North America is currently the largest region in terms of spend, accounting for 36% of global revenue. Whilst strong growth is projected, its share will decline to 33% as other regions grow at a faster rate.

Leading specialists compete in a highly concentrated health and beauty sector. Walgreens and CVS dominate the health & beauty sector, contributing to 62% of the top 10 specialists’ sales, which is set to reach 65% by 2022. With global consolidation a key trend within the sector, smaller specialists will need to invest in their fulfilment capabilities and broader health and beauty service provision, to compete over the next five years.

Other top global retailers are also adding more health & beauty services to their overall proposition. Amazon and Zalando have recently launched online beauty brands, whilst Alibaba is investing in its provision of the ‘future pharmacy’. Such developments mean that innovation across the health, beauty and personal care sector will be increasingly inspired by retailers beyond the traditional drugstore or pharmacy channel.

As consumer interest in health & beauty peaks, the sector will grow in importance. Health & beauty consumer spending as a share of total retail format sales is set to steadily increase from 5.6% in 2012 to almost 6.5% by 2022. This increase in share means growth in consumer spending on health & beauty is set to outpace growth in overall global retail format sales.

For retailers and suppliers selling beauty, recent focus has centred around elevating the customer experience of shopping the category and, particularly, ensuring in-store experiences are reflected online. Integrating technologies such as AR into product merchandising and embracing demonstration through in-store events or online tutorials, are just some of the ways stakeholders are engaging consumers in the sector.