Happy Bears Biotin Gummies

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Happy Bears Biotin Gummies


Also known as vitamin H and vitamin B7, biotin is one of eight B vitamins, and it plays an important role in the body’s metabolism. One of its main functions is to convert fats, carbohydrates, and sugars from the food you eat into glucose to give you energy. It also assists in the production of fatty acids, which are vital for the development of cells and tissues. Like all B vitamins, biotin is water-soluble, meaning your body cannot store it. Biotin flushes out of your body naturally via your urine and sweat, so you have to replenish your body’s biotin amounts every day to maintain good overall health. Biotin and other B-complex vitamins cannot be produced by the human body, so you must obtain them from food or nutritional supplements. Common food sources for biotin include:

  • Nuts
  • Eggs
  • Lean meats
  • Legumes
  • Whole grains
  • Milk

However, for some people, getting enough biotin from food alone can be difficult. Biotin gummies are a great way to ensure you are getting enough of this vitamin in your daily diet. Delicious and practical, each gummy serving contains 5,000mcg of biotin so you can adjust your dosage as needed. These delicious gummy hair vitamins may help to support hair growth, strengthen nails, and improve the look and feel of your skin.

Other Ingredients: Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Water, Titanium Dioxide (for color), Pectin, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Natural Flavors, Blue 1, Coconut Oil, Carnauba Wax.

5,000mcg Biotin for Hair Growth

Biotin can improve the health and appearance of hair by strengthening its structure. It is particularly beneficial if your hair is sun damaged, overheated from hair styling tools, or suffering from the harsh chemicals in many hair products. A common symptom of biotin deficiency is hair loss. If you have noticed your hair is thinning, and you are uncertain as to whether you are getting enough biotin from your food, biotin gummies will put your mind at rest. Just take one serving each morning, and you’ll be on your way to a noticeable difference in your hair health and growth.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is vital for healthy skin, hair, and nails. It keeps the scalp in a healthy condition so that hair follicles can get the nutrients they need. Because it stimulates the production of collagen, vitamin A benefits the structure of the skin and may reduce the effects of aging.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is one of the most vital nutrients. Although you may know it best for its role in supporting a strong immune system and staving off the common cold, vitamin C also plays a role in the development and maintenance of the body’s tissues and organs. It also helps with the production of collagen, an important protein for skin and hair health.

Collagen is a type of protein found throughout your body. It acts as the building blocks for your skin, nails, joints, tendons, and hair, but you naturally produce less of it as you get older, potentially resulting in wrinkles, joint pains, and hair loss. Vitamin C supports hair and nail health by stimulating the growth of collagen cells.

A vitamin C deficiency can lead to dry, brittle hair, rough skin, and flaking nails. Studies also show that hair loss may result from oxidative stress. Natural oxidization within your body results in the creation of free radicals. Free radicals cause damage to various cells in your body, including those that make up your hair, potentially resulting in decreased hair production. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that can fight back against free radicals and oxidative stress, which may help support hair growth.

Because vitamin C is an antioxidant, it also assists with the absorption of iron. Vitamin C helps iron stay in the Fe2+ form instead of Fe3+ which is required for absorption through the small intestine. Iron is an essential element for red blood cells which carry oxygen throughout the body. Vitamin C helps support circulation by supporting the absorption of iron.

Vitamin E

This fat-soluble vitamin is rich in antioxidants that shield cells from free radical damage. It also plays a role in the formation of red blood cells and the metabolism of vitamin K, which helps blood properly clot and may help to maintain strong bones.

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