I received Vita Sciences Maxasorb Vitamin B12 Cream in return for my honest and unbiased review from Tomoson. I have tried a previous product from them, Maxasorb Melatonin Cream, and I was very impressed on its efficiency and how easy it was to use. I suffer from fatigue and have issues with absorption of vitamins due to surgery several years ago, so anytime I don’t have to take a pill form of vitamins and supplements, I am eager to try it. Vitamin B12 shots are fine, but time consuming and require appointments.
- Easy to Use – Using the pump dispenser, press down once for a single dose of nourishing lotion.
- Gentle on the Skin – Helps soothe dry, itchy, or irritated skin patches from eczema, psoriasis, or other skin rash
- All Natural Ingredients – Maxasorb B12 lotion uses only natural, safe ingredients
- Maximum Vitamin Absorption – Maxasorb B12 is scientifically formulated to topically delivery Vitamin B12.
Maxasorb B12 is a topical cream that is scientifically designed to deliver Vitamin B12. Each full application, which is 2 pumps of the tube, not one,delivers 320 micrograms of Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin) along with 120 micrograms of Vitamin B3 (niacin) and 10 micrograms of Folate. One full application is all you need daily to ensure that you get your Vitamin B12, niacin and folate. Why are these vitamins so important to have?
Vitamin B12 ~ Vitamin B12 is vital for the natural formation of blood cells, promotes heart function and healthy circulation, supports and promote energy metabolism. It is a water soluble vitamin that keeps your nerves and red blood cells healthy, converts carbs into glucose, which causes energy production and reduces fatigue. It also regulates your nervous system, which in turn helps in the reduction of depression and stress and keeps your brain healthy. Vitamin B12 is also needed to maintain a healthy digestive system, something that I need to regulate and keep in control. It helps protect your heart against disease and reduces bad cholesterol levels, which helps prevents strokes and high blood pressure. It is needed for healthy skin, hair and nails, with its cell reproduction and renewal of skin. Vitamin B12 also protects against certain cancers, such as breast, colon, lung and prostate.
Vitamin B2 (niacin) ~ Niacin is a powerful preventative agent against migraine headaches. It is also combats free radicals as it is a powerful antioxidant, and helps in preventing heart disease and cancer. It is used to treat anemia and sickle cell anemia. Niacin also helps minimize cancer-producing carcinogens, breaks down proteins, fats and carbs, which produce energy and helps combat lethargy. Vitamin B2 also plays an important role in keeping your nervous system healthy, regulates thyroid activity, is needed for healthy eyes and clear vision and can help prevent cataracts. It also helps with skin issues, such as acne, dermatitis, eczema.
Vitamin B9 (folate) ~ Folate plays an important role in DNA synthesis and repair, as it helps with cell and tissue growth. Folate is important for supporting normal fetal development. As it metabolizes homocysteine, which is bad for your heart, and turns that into an essential amino acid, it helps prevent heart problems and reduces the risk of stroke, as well as encouraging normal cholesterol levels. Folate is beneficial for a healthy cardiovascular, neural and emotional health.
So, you can see that those three Vitamin B’s are very important to maintaining a healthy heart, colon, nervous system, skin, and emotional well being. Maxasorb is in a cream form, so this also has the added benefit of applying this nourishing cream to your skin, if you have chronic skin ailments, such as rashes or extra dry skin. It does not contain any steroids and is 100% natural. Maxasorb also uses a better form of Vitamin B12, methylcobalamin, instead of cyanocobalamin, which has cyanide molecule in it. It is small, but your body still needs to remove that poison from your system, adding additional work. Methylcobalamin absorbs better in your body and is retained in higher amounts in your tissues. It is more effective and really helps with your liver, brain and nervous system, which includes vision. If you are interested in the differences between the two Vitamin B12 forms, click here to read a very informative comparison.
Maxasorb uses an airless dispenser and this is a 50 mL bottle, which has about 30 doses ~ about a one month supply. The lotion is a thick and creamy in a peach-pink color, and it smells like peppermint. When I apply this on my arms, the cream absorbs quickly, there is no pink color where I applied it and has no greasiness or tacky feel to it. The ingredients list has some good moisturizing and all natural products, such as aloe and coconut oil, but it also contains peppermint oil, so you should do a patch test if you are sensitive to peppermint. This is also not made with any parabens and it is manufactured in the USA. I’ve been using this product for several weeks now and have noticed a decrease in my fatigue and a boost of energy
Ingredients: Aqua (Water), Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) Juice, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Glycerin, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel), Palm Stearic Acid, Emulsifying Wax, Cetyl Myristoleate, Panthenol, Cetyl Alcohol, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Tetrahydropiperine, Vitamin B-12 Methylcobalamin (320 mcg/dose), Niacinamide (120 mcg/dose), Sorbic Acid, Citric Acid, Folic Acid (10 mcg/dose).
Will I continue to use this product? Yes, I will! I am very impressed by Maxasorb’s cream lines and in fact, I will be reviewing another one of their products, the D3 cream. I love that there is now an alternative to pills and shots for B12. Please consult with your doctor FIRST. I am not a physician nor an expert on supplements so always talk to your doctor before taking any new type of supplements.
You can purchase Vita Sciences Maxasorb Vitamin B12 Cream at amazon.com for $19.95 for a 50 mL bottle (30 doses). They do have a 100% money back guarantee.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.