Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen is a three-in-one supplement that I would not go for. I mean, I like that it attacks the notion of skin, hair, and nail benefits from multiple angles but there just are too many aspects that it doesn’t seem to be paying enough attention to.
One such aspect is definitely the fact that it only partly offers great sourcing for the Collagen that it delivers. Another one is the fact that it seems that there is no testing involved. And certainly, another one could be that it is limited to three Collagen sources and not the four that we’re typically seeing with other Multi Collagens.
|Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen
|Accurate. | It claims to aid skin health, nail health, joint health, gut health, and hair health. | It should be able to deliver on that.
|Decent. | It’s Non-GMO and Grass-Fed. | It forgets completely about such sourcing aspects as Pasture-Raised, Hormone-Free, and more which is bad. | But it offers good amounts per serving and some very capable extra substances.
|Tricky. | This Left Coast Performance supplement does not have any additives, and that’s good. | That said, the not-so-great Collagen sourcing can potentially create some side effects as well.
|No testing. | While the product is claimed to be of premium quality and the brand seems trustable, they don’t seem to be doing any testing on it. | And that’s not very optimal.
|Difficult to say. | There are not enough reviews to somewhat accurately determine (just 17 reviews). | So far, it seems to be at the 100% mark.
|97.5 cents for every 10 grams of Multi Collagen. | The pricing feels reasonable because it’s essentially a three-in-one supplement.
|Nop. | Collagen sourcing has to be better to rival its most capable competitors.
|Consider it. | While the extra substances are great (and those alone can deliver the main benefits), the manufacturing and Collagen sourcing quality may not be.
|If it has to be a Multi Collagen, then Alaya Multi Collagen (full review with a summary) would be my choice.
But personally, I would still prefer the Live Conscious Collagen Peptides (full review with a summary).
Ranking | Where Does This Collagen Powder Rank (In 2022)?
Marketing | It’s The Classic Hair, Skin, Nails & Joints For Promises
According to the manufacturer, the Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen is a supplement all about the benefits of Collagen, and it does everything in its power to maximize them. And, per their words, it is three sources of Collagen and three other (secondary) ingredients to make that happen.
That being said, at the time of updating this review, the product page seems broken since there are no images where clearly there should be some. And the FAQs section just doesn’t work.
As for marketing, it used to offer discounts with subscriptions but that no longer seems to be an option.
Still, it has some testimonials. There’s also a section for Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen reviews by customers. And the product comes with free shipping and a 60-day money-back guarantee to help us decide in favor of it.
As for benefits, the somewhat obvious one is to improve Collagen production. But then, they do also go for gains like skin, hair, nails, joint and gut health.
As for any free-of-claims, it’s said to be Non-GMO. Some sellers online also claimed that it’s Gluten-Free which is something that the brand actually does for every product of theirs. They also claim to never use anything artificial, fillers, and chemicals while also always being Sugar-Free.
Overall, the Multi Collagen of Left Coast Performance does seem decent. But is it truly so?
Ingredients | Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen’s Contents Are Okay
There are all kinds and very, very different Collagens out there. Some have some really awesome sourcing like the Live Conscious Collagen Peptides (review). Others do have their flaws like the Natural Elements Multi Collagen (review). So, in which group does the supplement of this review fall?
So, per serving (one scoop), the Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen offers 10 grams of Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides, 4,500 micrograms of Biotin, 60 milligrams of vitamin C, and 90 milligrams of Hyaluronic Acid.
Here’s what it all means.
So, 10 grams of Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides is a very decent amount to make those benefits a reality, generally speaking. Still, we have to also look at sourcing for that assessment [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
On that note, the supplement offers Bovine, Chicken, and Eggshell Collagen Peptides. Meaning, it’s a multi Collagen. It’s also said to be Grass-Fed. But to tell the truth, I’m more concerned about what is not said about it.
To illustrate, it’s not said that it’s Pasture-Raised. They don’t also reassure us that it’s Hormone-Free. Meaning, they are likely not claiming it because that is something that can’t be attributed to the Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen. And that’s bad. Because Collagen like that won’t be nearly as beneficial [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
Furthermore, if it has Chicken Collagen, it would have to be from Free-Range or Pasture-Fed chickens whose feed has to be created without conventional pesticides or fertilizers (namely, organic). But it doesn’t seem to have that. Eggshell Collagen should also come with a Cage-Free assertion. But none of that here either [R, R].
And then, the third aspect of any Collagen is that it has to be tested. While I don’t see them claiming to be in-house tested or third-party tested, they do feel like a very trustable and customer-oriented brand. Which is always a good thing. Still, no testing though.
As for that Biotin (vitamin B7), it’s something that can be extremely helpful to hair, skin, and nail health when offered to our bodies in excess amounts. In fact, it can also aid energy levels, improve macronutrient metabolism, fight diabetes, lower blood glucose levels, foster the nervous system health, and help battle cancer, Rett syndrome, Parkinson’s, and more [R, R, R, R, R, R].
It’s just a very awesome and versatile vitamin. Plus, the amounts present in the Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen should absolutely have the proper potential to deliver on all that essentially by itself.
As for vitamin C contents, it’s probably the synthetic form of the vitamin. Still, it’s estimated to be as capable as the natural one. Plus, it truly can help the production of Collagen. And it has plenty of other uses, the primary one being to improve immune health. But 60 milligrams isn’t very much for that [R, R].
As for the Hyaluronic Acid, I really like how abundant we have it here. I mean, 90 milligrams is very good if we’re truly after the Hyaluronic-associated benefits. I mean, this is a substance that our bodies produce, too. But anything extra can help skin, joints, and eye health tremendously [R, R, R, R, R].
Side Effects | To Review Additives, They Are As Great As They Come
Additives are a very tricky subject. Many people don’t pay attention to them at all. But I think that it’s not only reckless, but also outright dangerous. I mean, there are plenty of extremely nasty additives that can cause loads of side effects (and additives are typically the primary culprit of side effects).
For example, Collagen supplements can sometimes have Maltodextrin like in the Bulletproof Collagen Protein (review). It’s a substance that can be harmful in itself (like headaches, diarrhea, worse immunity, etc.) but it can also be used as something to hide ingredients even worse [R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
Or they can have substances such as Sodium Benzoate as we find in supplements like the Reverse Life Collagen (review). It’s something that can cause vomiting and abdominal pain. It can also contribute to cancer, inflammation, ADHD, oxidative stress, allergies, obesity, weight gain, and even appetite control [R, R, R, R, R, R].
So, does the supplement of this review contain any such similar substances?
Well, the Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen actually has none of that.
I mean, it, sure, could have additives. But since it is a powder supplement, it has the luxury to also choose not to use any. And personally, that’s my favorite approach. Because then, we get all of the good stuff of the beneficial ingredients without any real concern for side effects.
And that’s awesome.
Reviews | There Is Not Enough Feedback To Say For Sure
Looking at what the customer feedback has been like, the Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen is loved by everyone. At least that’s the vibe that we are getting from the manufacturer’s page.
I mean, at the time of updating this article, the supplement has 538 pieces of customer feedback posted on that page. And the average rating for them is 5 stars.
And that’s just not how reality works. I mean, even supplements as ideal as the Alaya Multi Collagen (review) does not get five-star reviews every time.
Hence, I looked at what can be found among all third-party sellers.
And somewhat to my surprise, there still isn’t much that can be found. I mean, basically, the only other website (apart from the manufacturer) selling the Left Coast Performance supplement is iHerb.
Not even Amazon really sells it. I mean, there are some offers. But they are all bundles and interestingly enough we can’t buy an individual product.
So, with that all in mind, I managed to find 17 Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen reviews in total. And all of those were positive (11 five-star, 5 four-star, 1 three-star). Hence, a global success rate of 100%? Unlikely, but so far it has been doing very well.
I mean, the worst I could find for a negative review (that three-star one) was that it didn’t dissolve properly and tasted a bit funny.
But then, other customers claimed that this thing offers both excellent quality and noticeable results.
To that end, many people praise it for how impactful it has been for their skin. Others are beyond the moon because of the fact that they’ve experienced improved energy levels and pain relief.
Others say that this helps with fasting and that it doesn’t have an unpleasant taste. Others are thrilled with the wonders it has done on their hair.
Pricing | It’s Certainly Not Great But Is Still Reasonable
Given that there effectively were no bad reviews by customers of the Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen, there was also no one who complained about the pricing of this product. But is the pricing actually good?
So, per container (41 servings), typically costs $39.99. To do the math, that’s about 97.5 cents for every 10 grams of Multi Collagen. And then, it has all those extra additional substances.
Now, how does that compare?
If we compare it to something like the BioTrust Ageless Multi Collagen (review), the supplement of this review may appear to be the favorable option due to the price difference.
I mean, BioTrust typically costs $31 for a bag of 20 servings which translates into $1.38 for every 10 grams of Multi Collagen. But then, BioTrust is also third-party tested, has Collagen from almost the highest quality sourcing, and it adds Fish Collagen which Left Coast Performance does not do.
Yes, the beneficial substances in the Left Coast Performance I would say are better but the Fermented L-Tryptophan is a very fine addition also. And so, for some, the price difference may not be okay.
Still, objectively speaking, BioTrust is the better product.
What probably isn’t the better product, however, is something like the Skinny Fit Super Youth (review). I mean, it costs $59.97 for a container of 28 servings. And with a serving being 15.6 grams of Multi Collagen, that works out as $1.37 for every 10 grams.
Hence, a price difference of above 40%. And then, Left Coast Performance offers more Hyaluronic Acid. Yes, there’s less (and a better form) vitamin C but there’s the Biotin over Skinny Fit’s Apple Cider Vinegar.
And while Skinny Fit does in-house testing, I would argue that Left Coast Performance still delivers more value than this massively popular and overhyped Multi Collagen.
Pros & Cons | The Cons Are Heavy For This Collagen Supplement
|✓ The supplement offers good amounts of Collagen. Collagen is Non-GMO and Grass-Fed.
|✘ Collagen is likely not sourced from Pasture-Raised, Free-Range, Cage-Free, or Hormone-Free animals.
|✓ The supplement of this review doesn’t use any additives.
|✘ The Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen isn’t third-party tested. It potentially also doesn’t get in-house tested.
|✓ The price for it feels reasonable overall.
|✓ It offers good amounts of additional Biotin and Hyaluronic Acid.
Overall | I Would Not Go For The Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen
The really unique thing about the Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen is that it offers not just one way of delivering hair, skin, or nail-related benefits. It offers three legit, very capable, viable ways. Through Collagen. Through Biotin. And through Hyaluronic Acid.
So, this really unique thing we can, for sure, count toward the positives. Another one would be the additives. And it also gets a very good success percentage per Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen customer reviews.
And on top of that, it does feel reasonable as far as the price goes given that it’s basically three supplements in one (Collagen-Biotin-Hyaluronic).
Still, I’m not thrilled that it doesn’t go all the way when it comes to Collagen sourcing quality. It likely isn’t Hormone-Free, Free-Range, Cage-Free, and Pasture-Raised. Also, I’m not feeling good about the fact that they don’t reassure us that they are doing even just in-house testing (never mind the third-party one).
Hence, (out of avoid it, consider it, shortlist it, buy it) I believe that this Left Coast Performance is something to simply consider. On that note, if you are interested in something truly of quality, I would propose looking into something like the Live Conscious Collagen Peptides (full review with a summary).
Above all, I hope this Left Coast Performance Multi Collagen review helped you find the information you were looking for. If you have any thoughts or questions, I’m just a comment away. And do feel free to leave your own personal reviews on the product as well.