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Per Serving Nutrient Highlights

Serving Size

1 Jelly Stick (15 g)

Serving per Container

10

Product Contains:

Dietary Ingredients

Fish Collagen Peptide, Manuka Honey, Goji Berry (Fruit) Extract, Aloe Vera (Leaf) Gel        
                                        
                
Other Ingredients
                    
Purified Water, Organic Cane Sugar, Red Raspberry Juice Concentrate, Organic Agave Syrup (Fructose, Dextrose, Inulin, Sucrose), Resistant Maltodextrin, Locust Bean Gum, Anhydrous Citric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Chloride, Natural Raspberry Flavor, Calcium Gluconate, Sodium Citrate Dihydrate, Glucose, Natural Rose Flavor, Agar-Agar, Tamarind Gum

WHAT'S INSIDE

Ingredients You Can Count On

The Goji Berry is a brightly colored berry that comes from the boxwood, a plant native to China. Used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries, Goji Berry is recognized as a superfood containing antioxidants and nutrients beneficial to skin health.
A rich source of hydration, Aloe Vera contains more than 70 essential compounds including many vitamins, minerals, enzymes, proteins and amino acids. These provide the plant’s many beneficial and soothing effects on the skin.
Manuka Honey has a darker color and earthier taste than other honey. It’s made with pollen that comes from the manuka tree, which is native to New Zealand and parts of Australia. Manuka Honey contains phenolic acids, which are antioxidant compounds.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What are Beauty Boost Jellies?
Swisse Jellies are a nutrition delivery alternative to pills, powders and gummies. They are a tasty way to get nutrition support. The first-of-its-kind format comes in three formulas — Immune Support, Beauty Boost and Focus Boost. The gelatin-free jellies are made with premium, plant-based ingredients. Jellies are designed as supplement companions to Swisse Ultivites, men’s and women’s multivitamins.
How do they work?
Designed for on-the-go convenience, the single-serve Jellies are easy to eat and digest without water — just tear the top back at the notch on the stick, squeeze from the bottom and enjoy the light sweetness. Nibble a little or eat all at once. The firm consistency and smooth texture won’t stick to your teeth. Consume two sticks of Beauty Boost Jellies daily for optimal benefit.
How do they compare to the Swisse Ultiboost Hair Skin Nails supplements?
While the specific formulations vary, all Swisse beauty products are premium quality formulas containing powerful antioxidants that fight free radical damage and help maintain healthy hair, skin and nails. The Swisse Ultiboost Beauty Boost Jelly contains 1 gram of Marine Collagen. Eating 2 Jellies daily can help your skin look healthy and radiant. The Swisse Ultiboost Hair Skin Nails supplements contain ingredients that support your body’s ability to produce collagen naturally.

Swisse Ultiboost Beauty Boost Jelly is an alternative to a daily tablet or liquid supplement. They are packaged for on-the-go convenience so that you can toss them in an overnight bag or purse.
Why take Swisse Jellies?
The Swisse Jelly Range follows our heritage of using premium and efficacious ingredients to support diverse nutrition goals. Based on scientific evidence, Swisse Jellies are a natural way to optimize health and improve performance. The clean-label products are plant based and gelatin free. No gluten, soy or dairy are used to make the special jelly formula. The taste is light and refreshing, not sugary or sticky like gummies — we do not use artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners.
Who can take Swisse Jellies?
Swisse Jellies are designed for adults 18 years of age and up and are not recommended for infants or children between the ages of 4 and 12. Jellies may be taken by adolescents between the ages of 13 and 17, but it is always recommended to consult a healthcare professional before use.

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