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2 Week Update: Deva Vegan Hair Skin Nails Supplement

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Deva Vegan Hair Nails, & Skin with Biotin

Here’s an update on my experience with Deva Vegan Hair Nails, & Skin with Biotin. I can’t believe it’s been 2 weeks already! Here are my results after 2 weeks!

Hair:

I really wanted my hair to grow quick, lol. But, I have not noticed growth. It seems like as you get older, hair grows much slower. I’m starting to feel that way. 🙁 I really miss my long hair! It’s going to take a good amount of time to get it back to what it used to be! It sure didn’t happen after 2 weeks of taking this supplement!

Skin:

I haven’t noticed a change in my skin. It’s the same as before. Thankfully, no new breakouts. I recall that some people break out from taking biotin supplements or hair, skin, nails supplements in general. Fortunately, I haven’t yet. I hope I do not any time soon.

Nails:

My nails grew! My nails usually do grow pretty fast though, but I’ve noticed that when taking the supplement that my nails grew even faster than before! They also feel a ton stronger. I can feel them being a tad thicker in a good way.

So it seems like the supplment is working. It’s working much faster, better in some areas (nails) than others (hair, skin). I’ll continue to take Deva Vegan Hair, Nails, & Skin with Biotin until I notice results in any of those areas. Check back soon! 🙂

More on Deva Vegan Hair, Nails, & Skin:

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Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar Results

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Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar

Here’s my update on the first bottle of Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar. I finished it. 😛

How did I drink it?

I poured some in my cup of tea, mixed it, and sipped from a straw. I highly recommend sipping from a straw due to the acidity of the organic raw apple cider vinegar.

How many times a day?

Whenever I make tea. I’ve been drinking a lot of tea lately, since it helps to soothe my throat. I have terrible allergies, so it helps to clear out the mucus. I know that sounds gross, but it’s something every person with allergies deal with. I would say about 2-4 times a day depending on my mood. I really like drinking tea. 🙂

Results

Here are my results.

Skin: I haven’t noticed any difference in my skin. It’s been the same. Maybe it’s because my complexion is fully clear. I don’t have any breakouts at the moment. My skin hasn’t been too oily lately either. It’s been good. No difference at all. Perhaps someone with active acne can chime in on this. Did it help your acne? How about acne scars? Share! It didn’t worsen my skin or cause any breakouts in my skin though. That’s good.

Hair: I didn’t use it to cleanse my hair. The smell is just way too strong for me. I don’t want to bother people I’m surrounded with. They’ll start complaining about the pungent vinegar smell, lol. I don’t want to deal with that or have to explain what that smell is/what I’m doing, LOL. I haven’t noticed hair growth or anything like that when consuming it.

Nails: I haven’t tried soaking my nails in ACV. I can see how it can help. It’s supposed to strengthen your nails, fade discolorations, and fights infections.

Digestion: Out of the above, taking in ACV has helped me a ton with digestion. When I eat a big meal in a day, consuming ACV helped break down the food much better. My belly doesn’t feel as ‘fat’. HAHA. I thought that was pretty cool.

Those are my results after the first bottle. I ordered 2 more bottles of organic raw apple cider vinegar already. I purchased 2 because I didn’t know I was going to finish a single bottle this soon. I’m excited for them! I’ll make another update after the 2nd bottle. Stay tuned for that!

Posts on ACV:

Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar in My Diet

© Jennifer Nguyen