These Hydrating Neuro Protein Waters Are Packed with Skin-Boosting Collagen

If you are a skincare aficionado, you have likely heard about the benefits collagen can have for the health and appearance of your skin. The structural protein helps with skin’s strength and elasticity, and aids in the replacement of dead skin cells. While you may use collagen-enhanced products on your face, have you ever thought about getting your daily dose through your drink choices? Neuro Protein beverages are the first-ever protein water products that comes packed with ten grams of collagen per bottle – which is actually even above the daily dosage needed for your body to achieve the benefits of collagen consumption.
The newly launched Neuro Protein drinks come in two flavors right now: Cherry Vanilla and Watermelon Mint. The brand sent the Richard Magazine team some hydrating, watermelon-flavored drinks to test out for ourselves, and we couldn’t believe these sweet-tasting blends were only 50 calories a bottle.
Many protein drinks out there on the market are either sugary or chalky – and most of them are geared toward high-performance athletes. For those of us just trying to boost wellness in our everyday lives, it’s way over-the-top. The Drink Neuro team was inspired to develop a clean-tasting drink with all the health benefits of a protein drink, but with ingredients that support healthy tissues like skin, hair, and nails.
The drinks are formulated with marine collagen peptides, bamboo extract, fibersol-2, aloe vera gel, biotin, and antioxidants. But together, they make up a sweet blend best served chilled. Our editors likened the Neuro Protein water to those aloe vera juice drinks, just without the added sugar and free-floating chunks.

You can shop packs of Neuro Protein beverages – and many of the brand’s other health-boosting options Neuro Sonic, Neuro Bliss, Neuro Trim, and more – for yourself on the brand’s website and on Amazon now.

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