Gelatine, Collagen & Lanolin
Gelatine: A translucent, flavourless, jelly-like protein used to thicken up lollies, puddings, ice cream, yoghurt, and even haircare and skincare products. Gelatine is obtained by boiling skin, tendons, ligaments, and/or bones with water, typically from cows and pigs.
Collagen: An abundant building-block protein found in our bodies, which is typically consumed as a nutritional supplement, or used in skincare and haircare products. Collagen supplements are made from the connective tissue, bones and other parts of cows, pigs, chicken and fish.
Lanolin: A waxy, oily, moisturising substance used in skincare products, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Lanolin is secreted by wool-bearing animals (like sheep) to condition their wool.