Around this time last year, British food and drinks innovation company Bompas & Parr also launched a collagen-infused gin for Warner Leisure Hotels, which they called Anti-aGin.  Made with botanicals like chamomile, tea tree, witch-hazel and gotu kola—also known as the longevity herb -- the ingredient deck could double for that of a skin care product were it not for the appearance of juniper, coriander and angelica root.

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Likewise, a drinkable facial named Anti-Everything also launched last year. Developed by a biotechnologist, the beauty elixir is made with vodka, sea buckthorn berries, and caviar collagen, which is said to help restore skin's firmness, elasticity and reduce the look of fine lines. Sea buckthorn berries are also heavy on the anti-oxidant vitamin C, and contain high amounts of vitamin E, lutein and fatty acids.

A 500 ml bottle of Collagin is now available for pre-order.

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