Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Biotin + Gelatin = BLISS

biotingelatinbliss.pngThis gift is pure genius. Every­one wants strong nails and thicker, more resilient hair, imme­di­ately if not sooner! Cre­ate your own cock­tail of sup­ple­ments: a hair & nails kit for you and your friends.

The com­bi­na­tion of biotin and gelatin work mir­a­cles for hair and nails. Many peo­ple don’t know about the com­bi­na­tion, which makes it seem like a highly-guarded secret.

Biotin makes your hair and nails grow faster and gelatin strength­ens hair and nails, mak­ing them seem imper­vi­ous to breakage.

Accord­ing to tri­chol­o­gist Philip Kings­ley, “Unsub­stan­ti­ated reports appear to indi­cate that biotin can help in some forms of hair loss, and gelatin is a pro­tein that is well-absorbed by hair fol­li­cles.” He con­tin­ued, “Because hair is pro­tein, gelatin helps to pro­duce stronger hair in con­junc­tion with a diet also rich in proteins.”

Log onto Vitacost.com and do a search for NSI Gelatin 250 cap­sules, 1,680 mg, $12.49 and Coun­try Life High-Potency Biotin 5 mg 120 count, $8.57. If you can’t afford both (remem­ber to fig­ure in a one-price ship­ping fee of $4.99), choose one or the other that’s best for your friend’s needs.

Take one biotin a day and start with three gelatin a day, with each meal or spaced out through­out the day, so your body can more eas­ily absorb the gelatin. You can take up to six gelatin a day, but any­thing more than that is wasted.

By the time you and your friends fin­ish the bot­tles (or even sooner!) you will notice a crazy dif­fer­ence in your fin­ger­nails! The con­coc­tion is also work­ing won­ders on your hair whether you can see the dif­fer­ence or not. Remem­ber, hair and nails are both hard ker­atin, so if it’s work­ing on your hands, it’s work­ing on your head too.

You will escape the shop­ping cen­ters and your friends will love you for mak­ing a real dif­fer­ence in their beauty regime.

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