These supplements look like they belong in a tall glass of bubble-tea! Nutrilux Glow Beauty Vitamins are hair, skin and nail supplements that are flavored like acai + blueberry. I haven’t ever seen anything like this before and I think this is a fun alternative to disgusting, large pill.
“Say goodbye to the damage that cold weather, hair dye or night life can do to your hair and skin. nutrilux Glow protects your natural beauty from within. With the most advanced formula, whether its uneven skin tone, dulling hair or brittle nails, Glow is the solution to restore your natural beauty.” – Nutrilux
Ok… so my first experience with them was like you may be guessing, I was scared. I had never used anything like this so I expected them to taste terrible and just be … eww. That was not the case. I noticed rather quickly that this tasted pretty good and I slowly bit into it and the liquid slid out and it absorbed VERY fast. The casing was a little chewy but still not bad.
Claims: Combination of vitamin C, biotin and omega-6 fatty acid in grape seed oil support the renewing formation of skin, hair and nails. Advanced Type 1 collagen provides the building blocks for growth and repair. Evening primrose oil and horsetail grass extract contain linoleic acid and other herbal essenses that reduce swelling and give an even skin tone. Together with grape seed oil they give your skin a tighter, brighter look. This formula features advanced antioxidants found in vitamin E and horsetail grass extract to reduce damage to your skin, hair and nails from environmental harms such as UV damage and polluted air as well as free radicals generated from metabolism. This advanced formula features a sophisticated blend of inositol, biotin and omega-6 fatty acids that act to reduce the hair-thinning hormones while promoting healthy and luscious looking hair naturally.
Nutrilux is definitely an interesting product. Each tube is less than $4 and definitely worth a try. The instructions say that you can take up to 3 bubbles a day for maximum results. What sort of vitamins do you take for beauty related purposes?
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