Vitamins confuse me. I’ve tried a few times, and failed to get myself into a routine with them…I’ve never had much luck. So when I saw Inner Me supplements advertised In August’s Birchbox I decided that these might work for me, unfortunately I wasn’t lucky enough to get any in my box, however Instinct PR were nice enough to send me some over to review (thank you!!).
First of all the concept of Inner Me really caught my attention. Founder Nikki Cooper was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2009, at the age of 28. Like most women, Nikki was constantly on the go and was not prepared to just sit back and let her prognosis get her down, so she started researching traditional and alternative medicine, as well as changing her diet and exercise to try to keep her condition manageable. She began taking supplements which helped to boost her nervous system, and discovered that by mixing the right cocktail of them she experienced lower levels of fatigue and a better general wellbeing. Nikki spent a couple of years talking with pharmacists and the like, and then released a range of easy to understand supplements, for busy, on the go women.
I’m going to be testing…
Beautify Me: a vitamin complex which is Inner Me’s ultimate vitamin supplement for skin, hair and nails.
Energise Me: helps to support energy, metabolism, and maintain overall good health.
looks after roots, and feeds the follicles with fortifying nutrients.
I love the packaging, which is all I’ve been able to really test right now. It’s designed to be portable, and easy to throw into a handbag, or use on the move. The supplements come in blister packs, with each one marked with the day of the week, so you’re not likely to forget to take one.
There’s a small ‘pull here’ tab on the bottom of each pack, which allows you to pull the tray out with ease.
The actual decoration on the packaging is really appealing, with pretty hand drawn illustrations. I always find packaging on vitamins and supplements really daunting, but I love the way that Inner Me has set out all the important information with clear instructions on how to use, and when best to use.
I already don’t feel like I would be just taking these vitamins for the sake of it, because I think I should be. I actually feel like I’d be taking them for a specific reason.
I also find it really appealing that the Inner Me website offer a subscription service, where you sign up and each month they send you your vitamins, so you don’t have to worry about running out or remembering to repurchase. The also offer 20% off the initial price if you use the monthly service.
Each pack of supplements comes with a 2 week supply, except for the Energise Me range, which come with a 4 week supply. Each supply is £15.00 each, and can be purchased from the Inner Me website directly, or from a number of stores, all of which you can find by clicking on the ‘click here’ link below.
I’ll write in more detail about each one individually, as I review them, so for now if you want to fine out more click here.