Sunday, December 10, 2017

Organic Women’s Total Multi-vitamins Review

I take a daily vitamin. I'm never sure if they are effective, but they certainly have great things in them. Once I took myself off vitamins, and felt blah for a week!

Usually I get vitamins that most of us can take. Isaak however is still on a kid's vitamin until he turns 11 or 12. I think that's when we switched Mica over to adult ones. I got Organic Women’s Total Multi-vitamins to review: https://summitnutritions.com/shop/organic-womens-total-multi-vitamins by Summit Nutritions.


What These Vitamins Have in Them:

Live Probiotics

13 Different Superfoods


What the Vitamins Help With:

They help strengthen the heart, which is great because my Dad doesn't have a great heart. Genetically I could use all the help I could get in that departments.

They help make your hair less brittle. I do have thin hair, but it looks pretty healthy.

They help with skin. I don't know about you, but I get dry skin in the winter. The air is just so dry.

They build up the nails. I do have crappy nails from my allergies. It's one thing my allergist pointed out. Thanks doc.

They are GMO free, kosher, dairy free, and are vegan.

Packaging:

The bottle was in a box. There was a plastic piece over the lid holding it on, and the lid was covered with foil/paper. I opened it up, and most of the bottle was filled with cotton.

I just get tired of so much waisted packaging for pill bottles. This is my biggest no no in my book. Does it bother you how much waisted packaging there is for things?


Cost:

$29.99, but marked all the way down to $9.99! They certainly are worth the buy.


Do you take a daily vitamin?

Disclaimer: We got this product in exchange for our opinion on them. The company in no way told me what to write, or influenced me in any way.

3 comments:

Theresa Mahoney said...

I'm guilty of not taking a daily vitamin, but it's the first thing Mariah does each day. I don't know why I find it so hard to remember. I have them sitting there right next to my probiotics and Vitamin D, so there's really no excuse on why I skip them sometimes.

alissa apel said...

@Theresa - I read a whole article about how pills don't really help all that much. I'm glad I get them for reviewing. I don't know if I'd buy them too much otherwise.

indah nuria Savitri said...

Just like Theresa, I don't take daily one anymore. I have so many others pills to take every day. But my mom does it and it might be good for her as well. There are so many benefits for your heart, skin, and hair from it.

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