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Thursday, May 14, 2015

#Review - Vita Sciences Maxasorb Vitamin Creams



Here's a way of getting essential vitamins without having to take pills - as a lotion.  There are quite a few people I know that don't like to take pills or are already taking quite a lot everyday.  Vita Sciences has a nice line of vitamin creams that when you put them on, the vitamins will absorb right through the skin.  No need to take a pill!

I received two different vitamin creams to try from Vita Sciences: Maxasorb D3 and Maxasorb B12.  They rub on smoothly, it's not sticky, and absorb quickly into the skin.  Both are made with all natural and safe ingredients with no parabens.  I have been using these for about a month now, and I have had no adverse effects from either of the creams.  I really like them both.


Maxasorb D3 is scientifically formulated to topically delivery Vitamin D3.  Each measured dose of lotion from our airless dispenser delivers 1,000 IU of Vitamin D3 with a full press of the pump.  Rubbing the easily absorbed, odorless lotion on your arms or legs makes daily use of Maxasorb D3 an ideal way to get all the Vitamin D you need.  Natural ingredients assure this lotion is gentle to your skin.



EASY TO USE - Using the pump dispenser, press down once for a single dose of  nourishing lotion; Each dose delivers 1,000 IU of vitamin D3 per measured dose.  Rubbing the easily absorbed, odorless lotion on your arms or legs makes daily use of Maxasorb D3 an ideal way to get all the Vitamin D you need.

GENTLE ON THE SKIN - Our scent-free hypoallergenic lotion is gentle on the skin, odorless, nonirritating


Maxasorb B12 is scientifically formulated to topically delivery Vitamin B12.  Each full application of lotion provides 320 micrograms of Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin) plus 120 micrograms of Vitamin B3 (niacin) and 10 micrograms of Folate.

Maintaining overall energy levels and cognitive abilities supports a healthy lifestyle. Vitamin B12 and folate help preserve DNA integrity and are important for lowering homocysteine levels. Key medical experts even suggest that all healthy adults over 50 years of age supplement their diets with 100 to 400 micrograms per day of Vitamin B12.

Using Maxasorb B12 as directed is a safe and reliable method of absorbing key B-Vitamins. Infused with antioxidants and moisturizers, greaseless Maxasorb is easily absorbed into your skin. Each 1.7 ounce bottle delivers 30 applications of lotion in protected and measured amounts. Natural ingredients assure this lotion is gentle to your skin.


EASY TO USE - Using the pump dispenser, press down once for a single dose of nourishing lotion.

GENTLE ON THE SKIN - Helps soothe dry, itchy, or irritated skin patches from eczema, psoriasis, or other skin rash.  There are no artificial dyes.  The pink color comes naturally from the vitamin B.

MAXIMUM VITAMIN ABSORPTION - Maxasorb B12 is scientifically formulated to topically delivery Vitamin B12.  This one has natural peppermint oil in the lotion that adds a pleasing aroma in addition to improving lotion absorption into the skin.


I have found that it is best to use vitamin creams in different places on the body every day.  The best places to apply are where the skin is softest - on the inside of the arms, the inside of your thighs.  You can apply these to your face, but be sure to keep away from your eyes.


You can purchase Maxasorb D3 and Maxasorb B12 right at Vita Sciences.  All of Vita Sciences supplements and creams are a combination of safe, gentle hypo-allergenic ingredients that are highly absorbable and effective.


4 comments:

  1. I am really bad at taking pills, especially vitamins! This is a product I would love to try!!

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  2. I am really bad at taking pills, especially vitamins! This is a product I would love to try!!

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  3. Never heard of this option before. Don't like pills.
    slehan at juno dot com

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  4. Oh hey, me either I've never heard of this before. Under dr's orders I take Vitamin D3 twice a day & I've had the shot for Vitamin B12 OW! Cream huh. Wonder if it does as much on the skin as it does internally? hmmmmm

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