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How To Solve The Problem Of Weak Brittle Nails

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How To Solve The Problem Of Weak Brittle Nails

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If you’re anything like me, it’s always been a challenge keeping my nails in a healthy state. I’ve found a sure-fire way of solving this dilemma through a dietary supplement called Biotin.  I’ve worn tips on my nails since I was sixteen years old. After years of abuse, my nails became brittle and weak and were always in a state of chipping and cracking.

Since I’m always looking for natural solutions, I started to research a dietary supplement called Biotin – this supplement is working hard to bring my nails back to their natural healthy state. 

Biotin is a vitamin of the B complex, found in egg yolk, liver, and yeast. It is involved in the synthesis of fatty acids and glucose. If you read about the properties of Biotin on Wikipedia, you will see they state there is strong evidence of biotin’s potential benefit as a treatment for nail conditions. 

So what is Biotin? Research shows it is necessary for cell growth, the production of fatty acids, and the metabolism of fats and amino acids. Biotin assists in different metabolic reactions involving the transfer of carbon dioxide and it may also be helpful in maintaining a steady blood sugar level. Biotin is often recommended as a dietary supplement for strengthening hair and nails and biotin is found in many cosmetics and health products for the hair and skin.

How much Biotin is recommended daily? Because it is generally safe and well-tolerated many people take as high as 10000mcg a day with no documented side effects.

I’ve found a delicious way to get my daily dose of Biotin – if you dislike swallowing huge supplement tablets than this one’s for you as well. I’ve noticed over the past year the growing popularity of chewable supplements – they are literally taking over the vitamin market by storm. I always tend to gravitate towards these chewable supplements myself – I find them highly appealing in both taste and ease of use. I never forget to take them because they generally taste so yummy!

Biotin Bursts by Neocell are incredibly delicious and jam-packed with Biotin. They come in an Acai Berry flavor and once you pop one in your mouth, you’ll think it’s candy it tastes so berry good! The company sent me a month’s supply to review and since then I’ve been a loyal customer! Be sure to check their website out to order some for yourself! 

Let me show you what they look like and provide you with some product details. 

Neocell Biotin Bursts

Having beautiful and radiant skin has never been so easy or so delicious. NeoCell Biotin Bursts deliver high potency beauty nutrients in a delectable, gourmet soft chew. Formulated based off scientifically proven ingredients NeoCell Biotin Bursts offer a delicious alternative to your daily biotin regimen. Each chew is low in sugar and was specially formulated to be as readily absorbable as possible in delicious Brazilian Acai Berry flavor. Healthy hair and skin were never this easy, or sweet!

NeoCell Biotin Bursts, the best way to take your biotin. Period. (You’re Welcome!)

  • Biotin is an important B-vitamin supporting hair and skin health
  • 10,000 MCG of Biotin per chew
  • Scientifically formulated to support the metabolism of proteins in the body promoting natural energy, luxurious hair, and vibrant skin.

Neocell Biotin Bursts

They are ready to chew individually wrapped little gems! 

Neocell Biotin Wrapped Individual Pieces

Here’s a great video the company put out explaining exactly how beneficial their products are.

Each week I see a change in my nails – they are becoming less brittle and peeling has stopped! Biotin is now a part of my beauty routine and it’s making all the difference! 

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15 Comments

  1. I’m always looking for ways to make my natural nails look better. It’s hard competing with the beautiful hands with all the sculptured nails and tips these days. ESPECIALLY when you’re a gardener and country girl with more country ways than city.
    I’ve even used the biotin supplement pills and the one’s I bought were very tiny. A good Vitamin B Complex is also very good for the nails and you can see a noticeable improvement in just a week with the Complex. Vitamin B Complex is just almost crucial for all of us and makes our bodies stronger and healthier and look better in many ways.
    ALSO rubbing the cuticles with coconut oil morning and evening and I just do it right after I do my dishes both times – but that makes a HUGE difference in just 3-4 days.
    Good blog!

  2. Never trieb or heard of biotin before. I need to give this a try because I have very week and brittle nails.

  3. I dearly miss my young hands and nails. I have rarely had fake nails as when I was younger they grew nice enough to not need them. Thank you soo much for this great post about Biotin so I can start to take it. Berry nice post.

  4. Yes Sue, I do too. That’s why I love taking biotin. It’s really supposed to make a huge difference in your nails. I’ll let you know how it goes after another month. So far, I’m loving the results.

  5. Hi Nancy, so glad to hear you are enjoying biotin as well. The chews are amazing and made in the USA which I love. I’ve seen an amazing difference already. Have a wonderful weekend and good hearing from you!

  6. Hi Kay, yes I agree totally. I take VitB because I have a deficiency in it. And oh my I have to try coconut oil too! I didn’t know that and it sounds wonderful. I love learning new tips and tricks! Thanks much for stopping by. I’m also connecting with you on SM and checking out your blog too. Thanks again and hope to see you again soon! Have a great weekend.

  7. I’ve been off the tips for 3 years now and trying to bring my own to life. Thanks for the great tip will have to give this a try.

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