Sato hakubi collagen drink 10 bottles review

Health & Beauty from within…. .A collagen drink for healthy and radiant skin.

CoQ10 or Q10 as it is commonly known, is a compound that is found naturally in the body. Virtually every cell in the body contains Q10. The heart and the liver, in particular, contain the greatest amount of Q10.

Q10 is a biomarker of ageing as it correlates well with ageing. When people reach 20 years of age, their Q10 levels start to decline and fall below the optimum level. This makes it harder for the body to produce collagen, elastin and other important skin molecules.

Hence, Q10 is highly recommended to help slow down the ageing process, increase energy levels, act as an antioxidant and for general good health and well-being.

Coenzyme Q10 (15mg), Collagen (500mg), Royal Jelly, Amino Acid, Vitamin B2 and B6, Fruity Apply Lemon Flavour

Dosage: 1 bottle daily

General advisory note: Pregnant women and lactating mothers are advised to consult their doctors before consuming any supplement.

This is my beauty secret! I am so glad I discovered this collagen drink at my local T&T (an Asian supermarket in the GTA) on sale for around $22, regularly, it retails for over $30 for 10 bottles. Collagen molecules they contain are too large to be absorbed through our skin, thus, in order to obtain collagen into your body, one must ingest it. First off, don’t let the packaging or the container scare you, this product tastes amazing! (I thought it was going to be really gross because it reminded me of some Chinese herbal medicine kinda thing) It’s very sweet and fruity and it’s actually quite enjoyable.

I have been using this product for around 4 months now and my skin has improved drastically. Now, I don’t drink a bottle daily because I think it’s too pricey if I do. But instead, I average a box (10 bottles) in a month’s time. In the past 4 months, I have noticed that my skin has become brighter and just more “alive” since using this product. I have also noticed that elasticity have improved greatly as well especially around my eyes. And overall, my skin just looks healthier than before. (I give credit to this collagen drink and also two other “secrets” to my skincare routine that I’ll talk about in a future post…) The downside is that this product is not really easy to purchase since it is a product of Japan. (T&T is one place that sells this and I have also seen it in some beauty stores in Pacific Mall) However, I will continue to drink this product until another alternative comes along.

Product (5/5)
Cost (4/5)
Ease of Use (5/5)
Packaging (5/5)

  • Jae

    Now at TnT on sale for $25.99 as expires in June. Regular price $32. So do you still drink it and recommend? What is your skincare regimen that helped improve your skin? I really like your detailed and specific comments. Look fwd to rest of your reviews.

    • I would definitely recommend this drink! Yes, I am still using this product as I am past my mid-20s now, so I’ll need to keep up with my collagen intake. I have slowed up by only drinking 2 bottles per month. Other skincare regimens that I’ve been finding really useful are Vitex and Fish Oils supplements.

  • Lulu

    Thanks for the tip! I’ll look out for this whenever I pop into T&T. :) I just dislike their jacked up price even though they carry high quality products.

    • Yeah…unfortunately, I find that T&T is already a lot cheaper than other cometic stores. The ones in Pmall for example, are so expensive! :(