I didn’t mean to buy the Vital Proteins Get Up and Glow. I actually meant to buy another Vital Proteins product, but they were out. So I decided to try the Get Up and Glow, and I’m not sad I did. This has quickly become one of my favorite flavors of Vital Proteins.
I’ve tried a bunch of Vital Proteins in the past, including:
- Vital Proteins Vitality Immunity Boost Review
- Vital Performance Collagen Review
- Vital Proteins RecoveryWave
- Vital Proteins Collagen Creamer vs. Collagen Latte
- Vital Protein Collagen Water Review
- Vital Performance Sleep Review
- Guide to Vital Proteins Products
- Guide to Vital Proteins Products: Collagen Peptides, Whey, and Gelatin
- Vital Proteins Whey Collagen: Protein without the Protein Powder
- Vital Proteins Gelatin
About Vital Proteins:
Vital Proteins was launched in 2013 with one goal in mind: to help others live fuller, more vibrant lives.
The owner, Kurt Seidensticker, was experiencing knee discomfort from running. He wanted to find a product that would support his joint health. After much research, he discovered that adding ingestible collagen was the answer. Nutrient-rich foods didn’t provide enough amino acids needed for the body to produce collagen naturally. That’s how he created Vital Proteins. Now Vital Proteins has a wide variety of products for every health need.
About Vital Proteins Get Up and Glow:
What makes the Vital Proteins Get Up and Glow different?
The Vital Proteins Get Up and Glow is designed as “energy boosting” collagen powder, enhancing any beauty wellness routine. It contains sustainably sourced Coffeeberry Energy with Vitamin C, , biotin, hyaluronic acid, and probiotics.
What does the Vital Proteins Get Up and Glow Contain?
- 10 g Collagen
- Vitamin C, Biotin & Hyaluronic Acid:
- 90mg Caffeine From Coffeeberry® Energy
My Experience with the Vital Proteins Get Up and Glow:
I wasn’t sure what to expect. I’ve always had noticeable differences when using collagen. It’s amazing what it actually does for your skin, hair, and nails. When using it, I feel like my hair, skin, and nails are brighter and shinier.
I have preferred having collagen in the morning instead of coffee. Ever since the flu, I haven’t wanted coffee as much. Is my lack of coffee craving because of the flu…who knows? But anyway, I’ve been using a scoop of collagen with caffeine again. I appreciate the light and citrus taste of the Vital Proteins Get Up and Glow.
It tastes good, and I can actually notice my skin, hair, and nails feeling stronger. Unlike a lot of sweeter Vital Proteins products, the Get Up and Glow is more of a tart orange flavor, in a good way. It tastes great and I’ve mixed it with orange juice a few times. You can mix it with most things. My personal preference right now is either water, milk, or orange juice. Milk tastes like a creamsicle!
For 14 servings, it’s $25-30, which isn’t too bad. I’ve definitely seen some collagen products for $3-4 a serving…Plus, you can get Vital Proteins almost anywhere, including Target, GNC, and more.
Vital Proteins Get up and Glow Conclusion:
In all, I am a huge fan of the Vital Proteins Get up and Glow collagen. I like the flavor and appreciate that you notice a difference in your hair, skin, and nails. It won’t happen overnight but taking collagen consistently does create a difference…and I don’t say that about any other supplement!
Questions for you:
Have you tried Vital Proteins Get Up and Glow?
What is your favorite supplement?