Australian bovine collagen and native botanicals reveal radiance from the inside out
The Holy Grail For Glow
Ingestible collagen is clinically proven to hydrate and plump the skin, strengthen hair and nails, and support gut health.
Collagen & The Body
The most abundant protein in the body, collagen has many vital functions including giving the skin structure, strength and elasticity.
Starting in our 20s, we rapidly begin to lose our natural supply of it each year - resulting in visible signs of ageing. Sun exposure, smoking and alcohol consumption can accelerate this breakdown even further.
Ingestible collagen provides the protein in hydrolysed form - meaning it is broken down into smaller units, including amino acids and peptides, which are easily digested and distributed throughout the body and skin
The science-backed benefits:
Hydrates and plumps
Reduces lines and winkles
Improves elasticity and density
Hair & Nails
Reduces thinning and brittleness
Improves intestinal barrier
Prevents leaky gut
Contributes to overall health
Australian Bovine Collagen
The basis of our formulas, our bovine collagen is ethically sourced from pasturerised, grass-fed cattle. Australia has a global reputation for clean and green cattle farming, backed by strict quality controls and best practice systems in traceability, food safety and sustainability.
• Premium food grade. No fat, no carbs, no sugar, lactose free
• More genetically compatible with the human body than marine collagen
• Rich in 18 amino acids including glycine, proline and hydroxyproline (the building blocks for collagen synthesis)
• Rich in both Type I and Type III collagen
• Zero taste and dissolves easily
Close Antipodean Connections
In instances where there are shortages in Australian collagen (due to reasons posed by our harsh climate, such as drought), we look to the Land of the Long White Cloud to supplement our supply with collagen sourced from pasture-raised and grass-fed New Zealand cattle. In line with our commitment to constant betterment, we are dedicated to finding ways to remain as Australian as possible and vouch to only release products of the highest quality.
Red dirt and rainforests, sand dunes and snowfields. Our country is as diverse as our culture. Elemental evocations of the place we call home, By Beth celebrate native botanicals.
Fortified flora not found elsewhere, the science-backed benefits have long been put to ceremonial and medicinal use.
Subtropical spice Cinnamon Myrtle has been utilised by indigenous cultures for thousands of years. With a slightly spicy flavour and warm aroma, Cinnamon Myrtle is heralded for its medicinal and calming qualities.
Small but mighty, muntries are native berries brimming with healing properties. Gallic acid hydrates the skin and encourages youthful exuberance. Flavone glycosides aid the absorption of other crucial ingredients into the skin.
With its small white flowers and berry-flavoured leaves, Strawberry Gum is wonderfully restorative. A potent mix of antioxidants fight oxidative stress. Equally as good for the gut, antibiotic properties balance microflora.
This dark purple fruit is something of a skin saviour.Rich in antioxidants, fruit acids and vitamins, Davidson’s Plum also contains the flavonoid anthocyanin, which promotes collagen production and improves skin elasticity.
This native peach may prosper in desert soil, but its superior antioxidant properties deliver the skin a hydration hit. High levels of Vitamin C increase the synthesis of collagen, working to plump and soften.
The edible seed from the flowering yellow wattle is deeply nourishing and hydrating for the skin. Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties provide protection from oxidative stress, while gallic acid promotes suppleness.
Cellular Magic In Motion
Over thousands of years native botanicals have had to adapt in order to survive and thrive under Australia’s harsh growing conditions and challenging climates. As a result, they’ve developed supercharged antioxidant properties, which give these powerful plants the ability to naturally combat signs of ageing caused by free radicals and oxidative stress.