By Camille Carlson Gehrlich, NHA, Author, and Journalist. Reviewed by Dr. Abdel Alkhalouf. July 20, 2022.

Collagen has found its way onto the beauty aisle as well as into food products in our grocery store. Why? Products rely on this essential nourishing protein not only for hair, nails, and skin but also gut, heart and joints!  

Collagen is sort of like the glue that holds our body together. Collagen comes from the Greek word “kola,” which-you guessed it-means “glue.” Starting at around 35 years of age, our collagen production begins to decline. Just five years later, that depletion speeds up. Fast forward 20 more years, and we only have ½ of the collagen we had at 35. 

REVIVE is made with this in mind. It helps replace vital collagen protein with marine collagen, rich in antioxidants to protect our skin and body from oxidation. Collagen has been shown to positively impact joint pain, improve skin dryness and elasticity, and help hair and nail growth. Inside our bodies, it’s known to build and support tissues, muscles, bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels, eyes, and our digestive system. 

In addition to collagen, FGF has formulated anti-aging REVIVE with:

  • rich antioxidants Gogi Berry and Monk Fruit
  • hydrating Hyaluronic Acid
  • cell-regenerating zinc
  • hydrating and antioxidant-rich aloe vera gel
  • cell health-boosting vitamin B complex and biotin
  • cartilage boosting glucosamine sulfate

Start your daily anti-aging regimen today with a daily REVIVE supplement. See how fast you notice a difference!

NOTE: All REVIVE ingredients are non-GMO, meaning this product is free of genetically modified ingredients. REVIVE is made in the USA and produced at FDA-inspected GMP facilities that work with independent labs to ensure potency and purity.


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