Marine Collagen vs Fish Oil - What’s the Difference? - SkinGlo Collagen

Although they may sound like they’re the same thing, marine collagen and fish oil are entirely different. Collagen is taken from just underneath the skin of the fish, whereas fish oil comes from the tissue.

Called Peptan, our hydrolysed marine collagen is produced in France. All the fish used strictly comes from establishments registered by the European Union for the import of edible fish, fit for human consumption and guaranteed by health certificates signed by official veterinarians.

Fish oil is commonly extracted from oily fish. The most common choice is cod. However, tuna, anchovies and herring are also used. A common question is whether fish oil and collagen can be taken together, and the answer is yes.

Our SkinGlo Collagen contains Vitamin C and B vitamins to assist collagen production further and help revitalise your skin. Fish oil is usually high in omega three and vitamins D and E, meaning it is perfectly fine to take both supplements simultaneously as they provide your body with different nutrients.

Main differences of Marine Collagen and Fish Oil:

SkinGlo Marine Collagen Fish Oil
Comes from beneath the skin of the Fish Comes from the tissue of the fish
Provides hydrolysed marine collage A source of Omega 3
Contains Vitamin C Usually contains Vitamin D
Contains B Vitamins Commonly contains Vitamin E

 

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