It’s been quite a few months now since I first started using Eu Natural’s Biotin Supplement. Check out my initial thoughts on the product here. Most know that while my hair never has difficulty growing (it grows much faster than most peoples’ do), because I can color my hair often and after having three children (all of which were challenging pregnancies), my hair is not as strong as it used to be and shedding is a daily occurrence. I already take a daily vitamin supplement for my body but I never mind trying products that could result beneficial for my hair.
Eu Natural offers a Biotin Supplement that is 5000 MCG. This supplement can be used for hair, skin and nails – which is always a benefit since I’m all about glowing skin. This product provides pure, pharmaceutical grade Biotin that helps to support the cellular energy production. Retailing for $24.99 (120 day supply) and currently on sale for $19.95 you receive a great deal for an affordable price tag. What I love the most is that these capsules are not big at all and very easy to swallow. There are no funky scents or tastes when you swallow the pill and I didn’t notice any upset stomach. What I love the best is that this is a product that is great for your skin, nails and your hair, not just specifically your hair which is a huge plus.
I have been taking this supplement now for several months and while my hair hasn’t experienced major growth, I do notice that my hair shaft seems stronger and my fall out/shedding is not nearly as bad as before. One of the biggest positives is that my skin loves it and my nails have been much stronger because of it.
A little note… I cut my hair and my nails pretty often. To keep my hair from split ends I try to cut my hair every two to three months and usually 2 to 4 inches at a time. My hair grows pretty fast, it always has so I didn’t notice additional growth. My nails however, while they have always grown out pretty quickly and have been pretty strong for the most part, I notice that they seem much stronger and ripping and tearing of my nails hasn’t occurred as often. I also noticed the ridges I would have in my nail bed are not as prominent as before. While I can attest that to a change in my nail care… I think it also has to do with the supplement.
Like with any supplement, I always suggest that you check with your physician first to see if you can take such. I have always been a bit worried about Biotin supplements in the past because I took one once that cause me to grow hair “everywhere” and it was not pretty. It also caused my skin to freak out and break out. I was surprised that nothing like that happened and after taking this along with other supplements, my skin loves it. Overall, it is something I will continue to use (I already purchased my 3rd bottle) and I enjoy the benefits it has given me.
Have you tried a Biotin supplement before? What were your results from taking it? Did you benefit from taking the supplement?
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