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Biotin

The B vitamin that brings its A game to skin, hair, and nails.

Getting to know the hair, skin, and nails nutrient

Biotin is well-known for supporting healthy hair, skin, and nails—but what exactly does this B vitamin do? Learn more to find the right biotin supplement for you.

Understanding Biotin

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What is biotin?

Biotin is a member of the family of B vitamins (specifically, B7) that can be found naturally in a variety of foods including whole grains, egg yolks, walnuts and avocados. The components making up this dietary supplement offer a number of benefits. It's a vitamin with some pretty good taste.

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Who should take biotin products?

Anyone who's looking to address a biotin shortfall in their diet, or anyone low in biotin who's looking to help support healthy hair, skin and nails ♦ may want to consider adding biotin to their supplement regimen.†

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What is biotin good for?

Biotin supports cellular energy metabolism. And it may also help support healthy hair, skin and nails for anyone who may have a biotin deficiency Think of a biotin supplement as a spa that operates on the cellular level (nail support starts at the 2500 mcg dosage).†

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Biotin FAQ VIEW ALL FAQ

Explore expert answers to some of the most frequently asked biotin questions.

  • What does biotin help with?

    Biotin helps support healthy hair, skin and nails for those who are biotin deficient.†
  • How much biotin should I take daily?

    The Food and Nutrition Board of the Health and Medicine Division (formerly the Institute of Medicine) recommends a minimum of 30 micrograms (mcg) of biotin per day for males and females ages 19 and older. As much as 5,000 mcg of biotin per day is considered safe, although it is advisable to consult a healthcare professional before using doses above 2,500 mcg.
  • Where does biotin come from?

    Biotin is found in a number of foods, including but not limited to whole grains, egg yolks, walnuts, tomatoes, carrots, avocados and leafy greens.
  • Is biotin a vitamin?

    Yes. Biotin belongs to the family of B vitamins and is also known as vitamin B7.
  • When does this product expire?

    Please refer to the expiration date on the bottle.

Biotin Products from Nature Made

If you are ready to help support healthy hair skin and nails, you may want to buy biotin online at Nature Made today ‡†.

At Nature Made, we have a wide selection of biotin vitamins on sale right from our website. Whether you go for a biotin gummy or capsule, we are sure you’ll be able find the right biotin supplements to complement your lifestyle. Shop our beauty vitamins including biotin supplements online to start supporting healthy hair, skin, and nails today! ‡† 

‡ May help support healthy hair, skin & nails for those with low biotin†