Tell the truth. You never stop trying to improve your appearance.
That’s the nature of most women. We want to be beautiful and we’ll do just about anything to achieve it (Remember my post on Celebrity Plastic Surgery?). That’s why beauty products are a billion dollar business.
One of the products that women (self-included) tend to be interested in to become more beautiful is vitamins. We believe that if we take the right vitamins, enough of those vitamins, we’ll have prettier hair and more radiant skin. So, we consume these vitamins and we consume them with rigor – even if we’re not quite sure they are working.
There are so many vitamins on the market, it can be difficult to decide which ones are most effective.
Andrew Lessman’s Healthy Hair, Skin and Nails
A few months ago my friend recommended I try Andrew Lessman’s Healthy Hair, Skin and Nails vitamins. Apparently, it’s getting rave reviews and she swears her skin is now soft like butter. Who could resist skin that feels like butter?
So, I purchased these vitamins and have been taking them for about two or three weeks.
Are They Worth It?
Before I answer that question, let me say that I believe not every product works for everybody. Just because a thousand people say that a hair or skin vitamin works don’t mean it will work for you…completely. Perhaps you’ll notice an improvement but not as much of an improvement as you are looking for.
“Andrew Lessman’s Healthy Hair, Skin & Nails is a unique blend of nutrients selected to promote the growth of the healthiest hair, skin and nails possible, which comprise our body’s largest organ system – the Integumentary System.
The chemical structure of hair, skin and nail tissues is virtually identical, and one comprehensive formula is all you need to promote the health of all three tissues. The production of the specialized proteins that make up our hair, skin and nails requires high levels of Biotin and we now provide an exceptional 3,200 mcg of this essential B-vitamin, a nutrient generally neglected or provided only in minute levels (30 mcg) in typical multivitamins.”
So, are they worth it?
In the weeks I’ve been taking the vitamins, I can say I definitely see an improvement in my nails and in my skin. My nails tend to break and chip easily but I notice they are becoming a lot more resilient when I bang them against hard surfaces (by accident of course).
I also have a skin condition where the top of my back produces a little too much skin causing a sort of thickness of skin that sometimes itches.
Since taking these vitamins, my skin itches far less (about 90%) and is much smoother. Taking these vitamins along with exfoliating my back regular has produced great results.
It’s too soon to tell if there’s hair improvement since I’ve been using a number of products that are jointly working together. The improvement I’m looking for is faster growth. I’m going to do a hair length check in a few weeks and will let you know.
These vitamins from Dr. Lessman are worth trying. I’ve used a number of brands of hair, skin and nail vitamins in the past and have not seen such fast results as what these offers.