What Is Biotin?
Do you want to naturally support the appearance of your hair, skin, and nails? Biotin is what you’re looking for. Also known as vitamin B-7, biotin is essential for the development of healthy skin, nails and hair at the cellular level. By helping the body use important enzymes, biotin also supports a healthy metabolism and nervous system. Our Biotin is sourced from the Sesbania tree and contains supportive cofactors and co-nutrients that boost its bioavailability . The vegetarian capsules are gentle on your stomach and easy to digest. Each bottle contains a 60-day supply when used as directed.
Health Benefits of Biotin
Biotin helps the body produce elastin and keratin to maintain healthy hair, skin, and nails.
Shiny, Healthy Hair
Do you have brittle, dry hair that’s coarse and dull? Biotin is an essential nutrient that supports healthy-looking hair from the inside out.
Thick, Strong Nails
Weak, cracked nails are frustrating. Biotin can thicken cuticles, discourage breakage, and speed up healthy nail growth.
Bright, Even Complexion
Topical creams and ointments only cover up complexion imperfections. Biotin helps the body produce healthy skin cells from the start.
The Top 5 Reasons You Need Biotin
Too much hair on your brush? Biotin strengthens hair so it stays on your head.
Supports Hair Growth
Seem like it takes forever for your hair to grow? Biotin may help speed up the process.
Ups Energy & Metabolism
Biotin is a B vitamin that supports metabolism and the conversion of food into energy.
Encourages Brain Health
By supporting a healthy brain, biotin is as good for what’s in your head as what’s on top.
Protects DNA Integrity
Biotin, which regulates over 2000 genes, is important for DNA integrity and stability.
What's in Biotin
Biotin (from Certified Organic Sesbania Extract)
Vegetable Capsule (cellulose)
Organic Gum Acacia
What's Not in Biotin
Why Biotin Is Different
Made at our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, this all-natural biotin supplement is the best there is.
Biotin is extracted from organic Sesbania, a tree native to South Asia. Extracting nutrients from plants also captures the other natural cofactors and co-nutrients that support the bioavailability of biotin.
Many of the biotin supplements on the market are made with synthetic biotin that’s made in a lab. Isolated, unnatural nutrients aren’t as well recognized by the body and subsequently less beneficial.
Works From the Inside Out
Your body uses biotin to help your hair, nails, and skin grow the same way it uses protein to help your muscles grow. It’s an important nutrient that works with your body at the cellular level — from the inside out.
Limited Topical Benefits
Many topical products like shampoo, conditioner, and lotion contain biotin. However, surface applications are only feel-good measures that wash away. Biotin needs to be ingested so it can help at the cellular level.
Quick & Easy
Our all-natural, GMO- and gluten-free formula is easy and convenient. Just one small vegetable capsule per day is all you need to get 2500 mcg of the best plant-based biotin enhanced with fulvic acid.
If you don’t eat animal products, it can be hard to get enough biotin in your diet. Some biotin supplements, like gummies, have added sugar and other ingredients like fillers and animal-based gelatin.
Tips for Taking Biotin
Take one capsule daily, preferably with food, or as recommended by your healthcare provider.
Give It Time
Biotin supports healthy cell development. Changes to your hair and nails won’t be immediate but will appear as they grow.
Take It Daily
Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin and your body does not store reserves. To get the benefits, you need to take it regularly.