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Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides Powder - Pasture Raised, Grass Fed, unflavored 20 oz $25.2 w/ Subscribe and Save + Free Shipping

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Vital Proteins via Amazon [amazon.com] has Protein Powder on sale for $25.2 when you checkout w/ Subscribe and Save and apply VPCP20PDSD. Shipping is free.

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$23.99 for 24oz at Costco right now for those with a membership
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Quote from TheChosenCheif :
$23.99 for 24oz at Costco right now for those with a membership
Can confirm. Just bought 2.
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$23.99 for 24oz at Costco right now for those with a membership
Yep, just limited out on 4. This promo runs 3-4x a year, and I stock up every time. No cheaper way to buy it.
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$23.99 for 24oz at Costco right now for those with a membership
Costco does not have the same ingredients. Hyaluronic acid and vitamin c are in the Amazon version but not Costco last time I purchased each.
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Costco does not have the same ingredients. Hyaluronic acid and vitamin c are in the Amazon version but not Costco last time I purchased each.
Nice observation. The Costco version has a "for Costco resale only" on the label so looks like a custom (and probably cheaper) formula.
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Those who use this product, do you see any benefits? I used it for about 6 months, and never really saw any tangible benefits.
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Costco does not have the same ingredients. Hyaluronic acid and vitamin c are in the Amazon version but not Costco last time I purchased each.
So this Amazon blend is better?
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Those who use this product, do you see any benefits? I used it for about 6 months, and never really saw any tangible benefits.
Agreed stocked up last year at Costco bought 8. Honestly see no benefits and basically wasted money.
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So this Amazon blend is better?
The extra ingredients in the Amazon version have many benefits that you can read about online. I got one from Costco and one from Amazon and do 1 scoop of each in my morning coffee.

Also, note that the scoops in each is a different size due to the density of the product. And the expiration dates on the Amazon product is much shorter than the Costco product because of the hyaluronic acid and vitamin c supplementation. I thought the Amazon one might have been fake so I called VP customer service. (Lid, seal, scoop all different than the Costco container)
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Code doesn't work for me
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Those who use this product, do you see any benefits? I used it for about 6 months, and never really saw any tangible benefits.
If nothing else, does have a considerable amount of protein, that you can add without flavor to almost any drink.
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If nothing else, does have a considerable amount of protein, that you can add without flavor to almost any drink.
Purchased at Costco without reading label. Read at home and had CA prop whatever warning, stating consuming can expose you to chemicals such as lead…?! Returning.
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Those who use this product, do you see any benefits? I used it for about 6 months, and never really saw any tangible benefits.
I tried it for 7 months and absolutely nothing.

Could be one of those placebos where if you want it to work, you'll "see" the benefits but if you're skeptic you won't.
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So as a doctor, ingesting collagen does nothing. All your body does is see protein, break it down, and use the parts.

It's like putting a Tesla into a car smasher and expect the battery pack to show up installed in your plug in Prius.
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