Saturday, May 9, 2015

Vita Sciences Maxasorb Vitamin B12 Cream Review


Vita Sciences Maxasorb Vitamin B12 Cream
Gentle, hypoallergenic topical vitamin B12.
Boost vitamin B12 while treating dry skin, wrinkles, itching and other signs of aging.
Maxasorb vitamin B12 topical cream is easy to use. No pills, no painful vitamin B12 shots, no sublinguals are needed.
Using the pump dispenser, press down once for a single dose of nourishing vitamin B12 lotion.
Each dose delivers 320 mcgs of vitamin B12, 120 mcgs of vitamin B3 (niacin), plus 10 mcgs of folate in one pump.


This is honestly the first time I’ve ever heard of a topical form of a vitamin. This was very confusing, yet interesting, to me! The Vita Sciences Maxasorb Vitamin B12 Cream product itself came in a small plastic bottle with a pump. The cream itself is pink in color and has a citrusy-minty smell to it. It’s not a bad or strong smell.

It is very easy to get the right dosage. You just press down fully once for one complete dosage. I like to rub it in my inner arms and it absorbs quickly and completely. It doesn’t leave any residue or greasy feeling what-so-ever. I have also had NO reaction to this cream either.

I feel like this form of B12 gets absorbed into my body quicker and I feel the effects sooner. I feel that long term use of this product would prove to be very beneficial. I’ve been using it a couple of weeks and feel that I have gained from it. I really have felt an increase in my energy level since using this product.

This would be a perfect product for those who have trouble swallowing, or for those who just don’t like taking pills/supplements orally. This product works wonderfully, and I wish there were a few other options in this form as I would jump right on them. (Such as riboflavin for headaches).

One tube of Vita Science Maxasorb Vitamin B12 Cream is enough to last one month, and you can find it on

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