holi (mane) is the Hermes of collagen powder: Here's why.

holi (mane) is the Hermes of collagen powder: Here's why.

Hey guys

holi (mane) is one of my best selling products. 

Not only has holi (mane) transformed the health of my hair, skin, and nails (honestly, my hair used to be broken and damaged after coloring, but it is now the longest, strongest, and silkiest it has ever been), but I truly believe the main reason that I have got an entire Agent army hooked on this stuff is the quality of this product.

It is unrivaled.

There are so many other collagen products on the market, I have tried and investigated so many of them, and I can tell you for a fact that all collagen is not created equal.

In fact, I’d go as far as to say that there are many poor-quality collagen supplements and sources in the industry.

To understand why our collagen is in a league of its own, you need to understand the concepts of granularity and agglomeration and I'm going to explain these for you today.

Granularity refers to the size and number of granules in a product.

So many of my competitors' collagen products have 'larger granularity' or large granules of collagen. What this means is that their collagen is, or has been, agglomerated because large granularity means it has gone through a process of agglomeration.

What is agglomeration? 

Agglomerated collagen is collagen peptides that have been put through an agglomerator - a machine that causes the material to gather and collect into rounded balls.

Once this has happened, brands who formulate with agglomerated collagen then bind these ‘rounded balls’ with other crazy substances like gums, starches, oils, and water (and sometimes even with dangerously inflammatory oils like sunflower oil).

This is a cheaper way of making collagen and is why my competitors' granules appear bigger and larger. I can now tell just by touching my competitors' collagen that they have often gone with a lower-quality, agglomerated version.

The reason that other lower quality collagens blend so easily is also because theirs is processed, whereas mine is not. holi (mane) still blends nicely though - just whisk it yourself or with a handheld whisk into your favorite coffee, juice, tea or water to get your daily dose in.

So, if you’re consuming agglomerated collagen as your collagen of choice, you need to understand that this process of agglomeration means you are getting:

  • A smaller dose of collagen;
  • A less pure dose of collagen; and
  • A dose that is likely mixed with fillers and additives to bulk it out and save them costs.

It’s for these reasons that I only ever formulate holi(mane) with non-agglomerated collagen, which makes it the highest quality of collagen on the market, with no corners being cut.

As well as the quality of collagen in holi (mane), our collagen is far superior because it also has multiple sources of collagen in it, which is something that you won’t get from many collagens on the market.

What types of collagen is holi (mane) made from? 

holi (mane) has collagen types 1, 2, 3, and 4 that are derived from the scales of wild-caught, deep-sea fish. Our sources of collagen are derived from non-gmo, deep caught kosher cod, pollock and haddock.

Quality and sustainability is very important to Agent Nateur and our mission and we take this one step further with our collagen sourcing. Because we derive our collagen from scales and bones, it means that there are no heavy metals in our collagen - an added benefit.

Understanding the importance of the 4 types of collagen

Type 1 collagen is the most abundant source of collagen found in the human body and is most known for good hair, skin, and bone health.

Type 2 is most important for joint health because it builds cartilage, and a recent trial found that people who ingested type II collagen for 6 months consistently saw a reduction in pain and joint stiffness in their physical function.

Type 3 is incredible for skin health and works alongside Type 1 collagen to build the skin, vessel walls, and the fibers of nearly all tissues in the body.

And finally, type 4 focuses on building out the basement membrane of our cells and works as a ‘scaffold’ and helps with cell survival, movement, adhesion, and more.

Take it from my customer reviews and how this product sells out as soon as it restocks, the superior quality, bioavailable, non-agglomerated, marine collagen-based holi (mane) is a revolutionary product that will help you avoid bad quality supplements and overhaul your hair, skin and nail health.

And holi (mane) is not just a collagen supplement. It’s so much more.

I’m obsessed with minerals and how important and overlooked they are for our health. holi (mane) is abundant in over 30 trace minerals, including silica, magnesium, calcium and potassium that support the appearance of optimal hair, skin and nail health.

The bioavailable amino acids activate the feel of hair, skin and nail cells to produce the look of collagen and hydration and nacre, the natural compound in pearl powder, stimulates the appearance of collagen to regenerate hair, skin and nails.

It’s a truly nutrient-dense blend that also powers glutathione and superoxide dismutase, two critical antioxidants both essential for vitality. 

Give yourself 3 months for a total overhaul of your hair, skin and nails. I promise you, you won’t be disappointed.

Head here to get yours and also check out my ultra-nourishing matcha and nICE cream recipes that I love to incorporate holi (mane) into as well. Who says beauty has to be boring?


Jena x