VitaFive Vegan Beauty Vitamins Review + Coupon Code

June 22, 2016By 5 Comments

VitaFive

You guys, I have never been one to take vitamins regularly.Ā I hate dealing with pills, the funky vitamin-y flavors, and having to triple check ingredients to see if they’re actually vegan… gah, I’m guess I’m just straight up lazy! šŸ˜‰ Anyhoo, I realizeĀ I should be supplementing my vitamin intake because I know I don’t eat enough kale to justify not doing so.

VitaFive review

Recently, a company calledĀ VitaFiveĀ popped up on my radar, and I was like, “hold the f up!” These pre-packaged gummy vitamins looks like hella tasty dessert… and they’re vegan-friendly!! I know what you’re wondering… do they actually taste like candy or are they just disguised as cutely shaped, candy-like nasties? Scroll down embrace the suspense…

VitaFive vitamins review

They taste SO much like yummy candy that I wanna bust open 3-5 packs at a time, lol!

Btw, I ordered their Beauty Vitamin packs (for hair, skin & nails) which includes:

  • 3 veganĀ Omega-3 gummies
  • 2 vegan biotin gummies (the tastiest of the bunch – even though they’re ALL really tasty!)
  • 2 vegan vitamin C gummies

Omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin C work as anti-oxidizing agents to help reduce cellular damage and signs of aging. Vitamin C is also important for collagen synthesis, the structural protein in skin and bones that provides strength, flexibility and the appearance of “fullness” commonly attributed to youthful skin and facial features. Biotin supports keratin production, the fibrous protein in nails and hair. Biotin is commonly used to treat hair thinning by reducing hair loss and promoting hair growth.

VitaFive vitaminsĀ vegan beauty vitamins
Um, how cute is it that they print out your name on each packet!? šŸ™‚

The deets:

Cost: Starts at $14.99 – $39.99/month depending on which pack you choose. Shipping is free in the U.S.

Coupon: Use coupon code sunny30Ā to get 30% off your first pack!

Heads up: While most of VitaFive’sĀ vitamins are vegan, a few of them are not. TheĀ vegan vitamins/supplements include: Omega, Vitamin C, Biotin, CoQ10, and Melatonin. The non-vegan onesĀ include Vitamin D3, Multivitamin, and Calcium and D3.Ā You can pick from theirĀ pre-formulated health packs or choose your own custom pack.

VitaFive vegan gummies

Ingredients:Ā Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Glucose, Corn starch Modified, Water, Malic Acid, Pectin, Sodium Citrate, Natural Flavors, For Colors (Annatto, Tumeric and Elderberry Concentrate), Coconut Oil, Carnauba Wax.

Verdict:Ā I look forward to taking these vitamins every single day and I get a little sad when they’re already gone and digested in my belly. They taste SO friggin’ good. They’re colorful, cutely shaped, and they’re easy to incorporate into myĀ daily routine – I just throw ’em in mah purse and nom them straight after lunch! Love that they’re also made in America, vegan-friendly, gluten-free, dietitian approved, and affordable.

If you wanna check these out yourself (I highly recommend the beauty pack!), you can get 30% off your first orderĀ using coupon code sunny30Ā – def an amazing deal! šŸ™‚

Which vegan vitamins do you currently take? Any other gummy brands you recommend?

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Longtime vegan, hardcore compassionate beauty junkie, serious cake aficionado, and lover of all things floofy and sparkly! If there's something in particular you'd like me to review, drop me a line at Sunny@VeganBeautyReview.com. You can also find me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Google +.

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  1. DanielleinDC says:

    If you’re looking for a vegan vitamin D3 supplement, Vibrant Neutraceuticals makes vegan vitamin D3 gummies. You can get them at Vegan Essentials.I also saw vitamin D3 tablets on Amazon, but I’m not sure if they are vegan.

  2. Erin says:

    What a cute idea! They look amazing!

  3. Claire says:

    Hey Sunny

    I was just wondering if you could tell me, are these suitable for my 7 year old, please?

    She’s recently turned vegetarian & she freaked out when she sees ‘gelatin(e)’ on her gummy multi-vitamins :O

    I’m so conscious that she may not be getting enough nutrients for her growing body (she’s slightly fussy, too) so I was hoping for an ‘easy to eat’ vitamin that was vegan, or at least, vegetarian.

    If these are suitable, I’m gonna buy a LOAD of them šŸ™‚ haha

    Claire xxx

    • Maggie says:

      Hi Claire,

      My name is Maggie and I am head of content strategy at vitafive. I’m so excited you are interested in our gummies! Our gummies are suitable for your 7 year old! We actually offer three different kids gummy vitamin packs.

      Our kid’s gummy packs are: the kid’s essential pack, the kid’s healthy bones pack, and the kids immune pack.

      Thanks for your interest! Have a great day!

      Maggie

    • Ashley says:

      These are kid friendly! They even have kid packs available and individually packaged so super easy to throw into lunch boxes as a “sweet treat” (even though they’re really Gummies!) šŸ™‚

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