Over the weekend we got a first look at Kaged Muscle’s upcoming creatine supplement CreaClear. The product is different from the brand’s other creatine competitor C-HCL, as it is a creatine monohydrate based formula as opposed to being creatine HCl based.
To help separate it even more from C-HCL as well as other creatine supplements on the market, Kaged Muscle’s CreaClear also comes with a bit of a twist. The product is said to use some sort of innovative technology to make its 5g of creatine monohydrate per serving, significantly more soluble.
Kaged Muscle has now gone into more detail on CreaClear to further confirm that it is very different from regular creatine monohydrate. The brand has said the unique technology in the supplement is a protein-based encapsulation matrix that protects the creatine as well as enhances its solubility and allows for clear dissolution in liquid.
According to Kaged Muscle, the cost of the material in CreaClear is three times that of regular creatine monohydrate. Based on that it makes sense as to why the brand would want to further clarify how different CreaClear is from regular creatine monohydrate, with the supplement still due to launch sometime later this month.