Vibrance Vitamins Are Helping My Nails!

vitamin*Product sent for review

I’m always looking for new ways to keep my nails strong and healthy, and ways for them to grow faster. I struggle with weak nails from biting them for so long. It has been two years since I stopped, but they aren’t where I want them to be.

In December, I received a bottle of EU Naturals Vibrance Vitamins for healthy hair. I’ve been incorporating these into my vitamin regiment, and they have really made a difference in my nails, which is where I found the biggest changes! While my hair is softer, I can’t say that it is much longer, since it was already long in the first place, but I’m thrilled with how fast my nails have been growing. I had a couple of bad breaks recently, and instead of taking WEEKS to show any growth, they were showing decent growth within a week.

I can’t say that everyone will have the same results, but I’m really pleased with the outcome!

You can find these vitamins on Amazon, and they have also given me a coupon code for 15% off that you can use: EUN15OFF.

Do you take any vitamins for your hair or nails?

*Product provided for review from EU Naturals. All opinions are my own.


2 thoughts on “Vibrance Vitamins Are Helping My Nails!

  1. I had a review about this too! My only concern is that one ingredient in the vitamin interacts negatively with my birth control :-/ I prefer less cramp pain to strong hair & nails. I’m not sure if the ingredient amount factor in but it was enough for me to stop taking it. I’m transitioning to just getting nutrients from eating better food. That said, regular biotin made my hair grow super long 🙂

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