Monday, April 27, 2015

Maxasorb B12 Cream Review



As a 5 year post op patient of gastric bypass getting all my vitamins is a must every day, but taking so many different pills each day can be a bit overwhelming. When I was offered the chance to review this really awesome Maxasorb B12 serum I jumped all over it. If I can eliminate one pill from my daily schedule I am a happy camper.



If you know anything about gastric bypass or weight loss surgery in general you know how important vitamins are, especially B12, most post ops don't get their daily recommended amount due to absorption issues after the surgeries.  This serum is fantastic! I apply it after my shower in the morning and I don't have to think about it the rest of the day.

The lotion absorbs quickly with no greasy residue, the only thing I noticed is it kind of smells like a dentists office but once you rub in the cream the scent quickly dissipates. At first glance I was in awe as to how they managed to incorporate the B12 vitamin into a cream, but after using it for a while I really believe they did. I have suffered no B12 deficiency so I have to assume the cream is working.


Each bottle has 30 doses in it (you use 2 pumps each day) so it is the equivalent to a months supply. This bottle would actually cost me less than my B12 vitamins. I typically purchase the all natural vegan vitamins from Amazon, which are about $25-$30 per bottle. For me personally though the ease it what keeps me going back to this vitamin serum, I love not having to take one extra pill daily.

Vita Sciences offers many more creams too like Melatonin sleep cream, and D3 cream too!
You can pick up a bottle for yourself on Amazon or their website for only $19.95

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Disclosure: Trista of Mamas Little Minions received a product in order to facilitate a review. No form of compensation was received. All opinions are mine alone and may differ from those of your own. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I  use personally and believe will be good for readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising” Mama’s Little Minions is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

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