Review: I am not sure it is possible to take a 30 dose vitamin product and really tell if it helps. I however was given the Maxasorb B12 to see if it might help my eczema. I have eczema on my hands on an irregular basis and I had been using my medication for several days when I received the Maxasorb B12 and I cannot tell if the medication had cleared it up prior to using the Maxasorb B12 as it was in process. I went ahead and used the Maxasorb B12 and found it to be a very soothing, non-greasy, quickly absorbed lotion. I tried it two days when I thought since I am not experiencing eczema I should quit until it returned - that was 2 weeks ago and the eczema has not yet returned which makes me think those two days of Maxasorb B12 did more good than my prescription medication but will have to wait until it breaks out again and can apply without the medication first. One other side benefit maybe for minor burns. Three days after I had quit using the Maxasorb B12, I touched a hot pan while cooking and got a minor burn which stung. I thought let’s see if this lotion will do anything. I rubbed a small amount on to the burn and never noticed it again. Not a scientific approach and one time only but the next burn I will try it again.
If you are in need of increasing your B12 intake and don’t like taking pills this is an excellent way to get the vitamin as it also made my hands feel great.
Thanks to Rick for this review.
I am a blogger and received this item for an honest review.
Vita Sciences Maxasorb Vitamin B12 Cream
Gentle, hypoallergenic topical vitamin B12.