Kylie Jenner Shares Her Go-To Collagen Powder

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On Wednesday, May 23, Kylie Jenner and pal Anastasia “Stassie” Karanikolaou took their social media followers along for an Erewhon adventure. Naturally, the Los Angeles outing included ordering one of the supermarket’s highly coveted celebrity smoothies (they opted for Hailey Bieber’s over Kendall Jenner’s), treating themselves to generous helpings from the hot bar, and restocking a few wellness product essentials. Ahead, we delve into some of the items they appeared to add to their carts during their haul—which include everything from ingestible supplements to sweet treats.


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Agent Nateur Marine Collagen & Pearl Supplement



The duo’s first order of business: grabbing a bag of Agent Nateur Marine Collagen Powder. The highly rated skin supplement contains calcium-rich pearl powder and marine collagen, which may help boost your hair, skin, and nail health with consistent use. Wellness enthusiasts love adding a scoop of the powder to their morning coffee, smoothie, dessert—you name it.

Worth noting: The difference between marine collagen and traditional collagen (bovine or porcine) is that marine collagen comes from wild-caught fish rather than cows or pigs and is said to be more easily absorbed by the body.

Lemme Glow Hair, Skin, and Nail Gummies



Clearly, one skin supplement wasn’t enough for Jenner and Stassie. It’s safe to say they picked up several types of Kylie’s sister Kourtney Kardashian’s Lemme gummies. While they restocked their respective favorites, they both appeared to grab a bottle of Lemme Glow. These gummies, in particular, contain biotin and zinc to support healthy hair, skin, and nails, along with collagen peptides and vitamins A, C and E. They’re a convenient alternative to daily powdered supplements.

Unlike the aforementioned powdered marine collagen formula, this one uses collagen sourced from grass-fed cows.

Seven Sundays Grain-Free Sunflower Cereal



“Oh, I love that cereal,” Jenner told followers when Seven Sundays boxes caught her eye while walking through the supermarket. The women-founded B-Corp came to be in 2011 when founders Hannah and Brady sold their first bags of muesli at a Minneapolis farmers market. The brand has exploded in the years since, and one of its standout offerings includes a grain-free sunflower cereal made with upcycled sunflower seeds, which are rich in protein and considered a healthier alternative to super sugary traditional cereals. 

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