Vita Sciences Maxasorb Vitamin B12 Cream #MaxasorbB12

Every year when I get out in the sun, I break out. I haven’t figured out why although I believe it has to do with one of the medicines I take. It started happening about 4 years ago and now I try to avoid the sun at all times. Well, over the weekend it was impossible to avoid the sun and just like I feared would happen, I broke out everywhere the sun touched my body. I was an itching miserable lady.

Prior to this weekend I received some Vita Sciences Maxasorb Vitamin B12 Cream to review and I decided it wouldn’t hurt to try it on my itchy skin, so I did. Yesterday. And of course it worked or I wouldn’t be bragging on it like I am fixing to do. Last year when I broke out, I went to my dermatologist to get some cream and it did NOT work as fast as this cream did, for whatever reason. I’m not itching although it’s not a miracle cure as I can still see some splotchy rash areas but even after 2 uses now, my rash is about 80% gone. That’s incredible for me.




I get eczema quite often and I have crazy allergies of the crazies stuff but I’m not as worried about that now with the Maxasorb B12 serum. I’ve applied it only once a day as directed, yesterday and this morning. I’m not sure how or why this product works so well on me but I’m sure glad it does. I won’t have to hide indoors this year like I had to previously. To be quite honest, when I asked to review this product, I thought it was strictly for my skin/face appearance and for getting my daily dose of B12. I thought it was a serum like skin care serums I’ve used in the past. I’m sure glad I read up on it when it arrived or I’d still be itching myself crazy. Bring on the sunshine, bring on the good times.

If you need help with eczema or psoriasis, have a B12 deficiency or need help in the B vitamins area give Maxasorb B12 a try. It’s topical features include lowering homocysteine levels and as a reliable method of absorbing key B-Vitamins. I don’t plan on running out of it myself.

I received the above mentioned product for review purposes only. All opinions are 100% mine.

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Author: Terri

My name is Terri and I live in an urban area in central Georgia, USA. I'm a mom to three kids, a dog, 2 cats, 2 parakeets, 2 lovebirds, and other small aquatic pets. My hobbies include photography, reading, binge-watching movies, crocheting, D.I.Y. projects of every kind, gardening, hiking, glamping, and camping. I love to travel and go sightseeing. My coffee pot is my lifeline.

14 thoughts on “Vita Sciences Maxasorb Vitamin B12 Cream #MaxasorbB12

  1. I never have an eczema before but this sounds like a must have cream. I heard about Vit B12 supplement but didn’t know they have it in cream format. Good to know!

  2. Maxasorb sounds like a lifesaver! Though I’ve never had problems with skin myself, I’m sure I have a few family members that would crazy about this!

  3. Oh my! It’s hard to hide from the sun, it’s a good thing you found the best medicine for you. Sometimes I experience eczema when the weather is hot, I will surely find and try this one.

  4. This is great news. I have some friends who suffer from eczema and I would definitely let them now about Maxasorb Vitamin B12 cream. I am taking Vitamin B12 supplements orally so I will ask my doctor if this cream would be okay to cover up for the deficiency.

  5. This is perfect for people with sensitive skin. It sure sounds reliable especially when it comes to eczema. Kids have that all the time as they are more prone to it.

  6. Having pale skin I try to avoid the sun as much as possible, while still getting the Vitamin D I need. Breaking out from the sun is no fun. It happened to me once after using a product with AHA’s and not realizing the reaction it could cause. This B12 cream would have come in handy then.

  7. Oh I will be looking at this cream. Some of my meds cause me problems with my skin when I am in the sun,

  8. Vitamin B12 has a lot of benefits, although the ones I’m familiar with are normally supplements. I had no idea we have creams like this. Thanks for the info!

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