Skin Care

Halo Beauty: Hair, Skin, and Nails Booster

I have been a long time follower of Tati Westbrook, also known as Glam Life Guru on YouTube. When I first heard that she launched her brand website (Halo Beauty) and was releasing her first product, I was SO EXCITED! Her makeup knowledge is so extensive, I knew whatever product she released would have to be amazing.


However when it came out that she was releasing a beauty vitamin, I was really disappointed. I resigned myself to the fact that I wouldn’t be buying it because it was just a vitamin and it would cost me $40 a month. Then, when it launched, I came to a decision. I would take the vitamin for one month, go off of it, and then restart the vitamin but only take a half dose (1 pill) each day. Let me tell you, I was thoroughly shocked by my results.

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For my first trial with the Halo Beauty Hair, Skin, and Nails Booster, I took the recommended dose of two vitamins per day. Before I get into my results at the end of month one, let me tell you a little about my skin. Since finishing my accutane journey last fall, my skin goes between normal and dry. One thing that hasn’t completely gone away are the patches of eczema on my arms, legs and stomach. I also have a rough time with applying makeup because my under eyes were so dry and my fine lines so prevalent. While my acne is virtually gone, I still have scaring one the sides of my face as well as redness.

Before Halo Beauty
After 1 month of Halo Beauty

I was shocked that the Halo Beauty Hair, Skin, and Nails Booster solved almost all of these problems. After only a week or two, I thought I was experiencing a placebo effect. However, soon enough I realized that all of my eczema flares were gone. The skin over my entire body felt smoother and hydrated. My under eyes no longer looked dry and crepey. Even my lips changed noticibly. They were no longer flakey or dry feeling and my acne scaring seemed to be less apparent. I wanted to make sure that the results I experienced were really true, so the next step was to stop taking the Halo Beauty Hair, Skin, and Nails Booster to see what would happen.

**I should note, that during this whole process I did not change any of my soap, lotions, or skin care routine. Trial One began on March 9, 2018 and ended on April 8, 2018.

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The morning of April 8 I began Trial Two of the Halo Beauty Hair, Skin, and Nails Booster. For the trial, I went back to not taking any vitamins. At first, I didn’t seem to notice a huge difference from when I was taking the vitamin. I silently began to cheer because it meant I wouldn’t feel like I needed to shell out $40 a month for vitamins. Unfortunately, that all changed around April 14, just two weeks later.


I began to notice my lips were feeling dry again and the rough patch on my wrist, where there use to be eczema, felt more rough. Suddenly, on April 17, my eczema came back with a vengeance. My forearms were covered with the red, itchy patches. Even though I hadn’t been off for a full month, I decided now was the perfect time to begin trial three and I ordered another bottle that afternoon.

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I placed a new order for a bottle of the Halo Beauty Hair, Skin, and Nail Booster on the afternoon of April 17. It shipped that same day and I had it in my hands in two days. Each bottle contains 60 vitamins, so taking a half dose cuts the cost in half from $40 a month to only $20 a month. I took a vitamin the day the arrived, April 19, and crossed my fingers. While my eczema flare had calmed a little, it was still very rough, red and itchy.

As of April 26, less than 10 days, my eczema is completely gone again. My skin is back to normal and feels soft and smooth.

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It is now May 8 and my skin is soft, smooth and hydrated. I have not had any further dry patches or eczema outbreaks.

final thoughts

I am honestly shocked at the results I have seen. When I went into this, I figured that this vitamin would be a huge waste of money. I mean how can one hair, skin and nails vitamin be so much different than the one I had been taking for years? Apparently, one of the biggest difference is the inclusion of an ingredient called Ceramide-Rx. You can see a brief discussion of all ingredients on the Halo Beauty website. If you would like a really in depth analysis, I highly recommend checking out Jen Luvs Reviews 2 part series on the Halo Beauty Hair, Skin and Nails Booster on YouTube (Part 1, Part 2).


In the end, I have nothing to complain about. The company has a beautiful, easy to navigate website. They ship out their products insanely fast and their customer service is very responsive. The packaging is high quality and stunning. The product itself is gluten-free, soy-free, sugar-free, cruelty-free and vegan. Above all,  the product does what it says it is going to do.


Taking the Halo Beauty Hair, Skin, and Nails Booster has helped to hydrate my skin and lips, reduce the appearance of fine lines by my eyes, sooth my eczema and my nails have been growing strong and fast. In all honesty I feel my hair has grown too and I have noticed less fallout, although it I never actually measured the length of my hair. My only small issue is the price. For many, $40 a month is a lot to spend on vitamins when there are much cheaper options available. For me, I am going to continue to take a half dose as it drops to only $20 a month.

What do you think of the Halo Beauty Hair, Skin and Nails Booster? Will you be trying them?