Costco’s Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides is a product that I’ve seen for a while now (scroll down for photos). I’ve never bothered to investigate it much because we are creatures of habit & I continue to buy this grass fed protein from Amazon. After doing a little research on this product I’m definitely going to give it a shot during my next trip. The reviews on Costco’s website are phenomenal. It’s got a 4.8/5 star rating with almost 4,000 reviews. It’s supposed to be great for your hair, skin, nails, joints and ligaments, and tendons. As we get up there in age, we need all the help we can get. Here’s a few more details about this product…..
- 20 grams collagen peptides per serving
- 18 grams of protein per serving
- 0 grams of sugar
- Paleo & Keto friendly
- Gluten Free & Dairy Free
- Whole 30 approved
Costco Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides
As I mentioned earlier, the reviews on Costco are amazing. I’m sold on the product to the point I will give it a shot for the price of $29.99. They also give you a couple recipes to try which looked tasty. Go to the Costco website & you will see a Green Apple Collagen Smoothie, which will probably be my first drink. It’s unflavored so you can mix it with just about any flavor profile. I HIGHLY recommend purchased Costco’s Organic Cacao Powder to make a chocolate smoothie. Throw a banana in there for some sweetness!
If you can’t find it at Costco, you can find it on Amazon. Maybe you want to try a smaller bottle or a different flavor. Vital Proteins makes several products that are worth checking out. For now, Costco only sells this Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides Unflavored. Please check the other products out on Amazon……..
- Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides Powder – Pasture Raised, Grass Fed, unflavored 20 oz
- Vital Proteins Beauty Collagen (Lavender Lemon, Canister)
- Marine Collagen Peptides Powder – Vital Proteins – 12g of Collagen per Serving, Skin Hair Nail Joint Support
- Vital Proteins Matcha Collagen – Matcha Green Tea Powder
Price: $29.99, Item: 1303463
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14 thoughts on “Costco Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides Unflavored”
This was tested and found to have lead in it. That may be why they removed reviews?
I read this in a collagen comaprison on a website called mamavation
OK. Interesting. Anyway you can send / post a link to that article. I would love to read it. [email protected]
I get mine on Amazon using the monthly subscription option to make it cheaper. You could also go right to the Vital Protein site to order. It is only 20oz instead of Costco’s 24oz but it does have both the Vitamin C and hyaluronic acid. I don’t really know if it will make that much difference not having the hyaluronic acid or not. I get my Vitamin C from another source so I’m not concerned about that one. I’m glad someone else noticed this too. I decided to buy from both sources and alternate each month. I stocked up when Costco had a sale on it and changed my Amazon subscription to every other month so I would continue to get the discount.
Great tip Elizabeth! Thanks for the heads up on that. It’s a great way to switch it up and save money. Did you notice any difference between the products? I am assuming if you continue to buy from Costco that the missing Vitamin C and hyaluronic acid did not make much of a difference
Did you notice a difference when using it from Costco without the hylauronic acid? I noticed that this last time I purchased so came online to see if anyone had a noticeable difference? Thank you.
It sounds people don’t notice too much of a difference, but I’ll let someone with more experience speak on that
Have you noticed that the Costco product does not say original. It does not have Vit C or hyluronic acid which the original does have. That is why they sell it cheaper I guess.
That’s a good catch Marilyn. I did not notice that? Have you tried both and do you notice a difference? Thanks for the comment
My thoughts exactly! I just noticed that! I am taking mine back abs sticking with the original. Might be more expensive but I don’t think there is any benefit taking it without those two key ingredients!
Hi what is your original please
It sounds like the formula was changed for Costco. Costco tends to do this with a lot of products. I’m not 100% sure what the change is or where to get the “original”. I’ll have to look into this a little bit more. Maybe somebody else can chime in with an update
I was just noticing that there are no longer reviews for Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides on Costco.com. Wondering if product ingredients have changed so they had to remove the old very positive reviews. Anybody know if the older version had the Vitamin C in it?
You are right. I just went to Costco.com and noticed there are no reviews. Good catch. It must be because of the product change. According to the label, I did not see any Vitamin C in the Nutrition Facts. It usually states that if it contains any. Thanks for the comment
I would like to buy. Is there a phone #?