FAQ's

Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

Two Islands protein powder is safe to consume during pregnancy and breastfeeding, however it is advised to discuss supplement intake with your GP before consumption.

Collagen Beauty Powder is a dietary supplement and contains added Vitamin C, therefore it is advised to check with your GP before taking, just to be safe.

Do your products contain artificial sweeteners, artificial flavours, colouring's, or preservatives?

No, Two Islands protein powders and collagen beauty powder do not contain any artificial sweeteners, artificial flavours, colouring’s, or preservatives.

Do your products contain soy?
No, Two Islands protein powder and collagen beauty powder is 100% soy free.

Are your products gluten free?

Yes, Two Islands protein powder and and collagen beauty powder is 100% gluten free.

Do your products contain caffeine?

No, Two Islands protein powder and collagen beauty powder does not contain caffeine.

Do your products contain dairy?

No, Two Islands protein powders and collagen beauty powder do not contain dairy.

Does your protein contain peanuts or tree nuts?

No, Two Islands protein powders and collagen beauty powder do not contain peanuts or tree nuts.

Is the packaging recyclable?

Yes, the packaging is 100% recyclable.

What liquid other than water can your protein powders be mixed with?

Two Islands protein powder can be mixed with almond milk, coconut milk, oat milk, soy milk, rice milk and cow’s milk. It is also great mixed through yoghurt for a post workout snack.

Do you offer free samples?

We do not offer free samples, however you can buy sample sachets online.

Is your protein powder safe for children to consume?

Yes, however it is always important to discuss diet changes and supplementation with your health care professional, especially when it comes to your children.

Where are your peas in the protein powder sourced from?

Our golden peas are sourced from Canada and are sent to our factory in Auckland to be blended with other ingredients to make the protein. Unfortunately no one in New Zealand grows golden peas so we sourced from the next best place we could find. 

Where is the collagen sourced from?

We have used a French marine collagen, it is sourced from the skin of fish. The fish are sustainably sourced and a by product of the fishing industry.