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Halo Beauty Hair, Nails, and Skin Boosters | 60-Day Check In


I just finished my second bottle of Halo Beauty Hair, Nails, and Skin Boosters, it’s been about sixty days since I started using this product. If you don’t know what this product is, I highly recommend you check out my first post on this product and included my live updates on the first 30 days of using the boosters.

So let’s jump into the update.

Now the very first thing I’ve noticed since taking the second bottle of Halo Beauty boosters, I haven’t noticed my nails growing as quickly as they did during the first 30 days. But my nails haven’t been breaking as often as they were before. Which is a massive improvement and I have been keeping them slightly longer, but I don’t think I’m going to let them get as long as they did during the 30-day check in. As those were just too long for my lifestyle. I did cut them after that check out and didn’t touch them since, so this is how long my nails got in that time period.

I did get my hair cut shorter between the two updates, and honestly I don’t think I’m going to let me natural hair grow out as I’m having a lot of fun with the short hair. So I can’t really say what it’s done to my hair since I started using the product. I still have the same amount of fall out and is very dried out still since getting rid of the red/orange hair.

Not sure if this next one is due to the boosters or just my body being weird, it’s happened before. My period was a month late exactly, I track is every month and it always falls on the same date every time. And mine decided to skip an entire month after starting Halo Beauty. Which is something that hasn’t happened in quite a while, but I used to have a very irregular period. So either I’ve just gone back to this or the boosters have somehow messed with this. And I don’t like that at all considering it’s made my hormones all weird as they were trying to figure out what the hell to do.

My skin has also completely changed from being fairly regular or normal with just sensitivity to oily and sensitive. Add on I’ve noticed since starting with Halo Beauty skin, hair, and nail boosters that I’ve been getting more acne and breakouts around my face. Something that previously was just reserved for the time frame around my periods. And I haven’t been seeing great results as every one else I’ve seen taking these boosters. But like the previous section, I don’t know if that’s due to something else going on in my body or from the boosters. But I haven’t changed anything else in my diet or lifestyle that would lead to a change. Unless you count drinking less pop… which if anything, should’ve helped.

So I’m going to not continue with Halo Beauty due to these reasons, and wanted to write this update since I thought everything was going so well in my previous post though looking back I did notice my skin was getting more breakouts every week since starting the boosters. I’m not going to be doing a 30 days after stopping Halo Beauty to see the difference, but I’ll mention it in my life lately for the month of July since that should fall around the same time period.

Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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  1. Tracy
    June 25, 2018 / 8:31 PM

    I’ve never heard of this brand before but I have always been interested in trying out these types of products! I’ll have to go back and review the rest of your posts on this!


    • Mae Polzine
      June 25, 2018 / 8:33 PM

      It’s a brand Tati Westbrook created. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be agreeing with me.
      ♥ Mae

  2. CosmeticChaos – I am a 32 year old woman, looking for some direction in this beauty related world. My skin is changing and I am dealing with different cosmetic challenges. I have a pretty intense interest and knowledge of the cosmetic industry and I would like to help myself and others in finding out more information about certain products and making sure there is a safe and honest place to go when looking for unsponsored information.
    July 4, 2018 / 5:22 AM

    Wow so thorough! I haven’t decided if this is worth it for me or not… did you find the skin on your whole body was improved? Or just the face?

    • Mae Polzine
      July 4, 2018 / 8:27 AM

      My skin for sure felt smoother and was less dry. But Halo unfortunately caused my skin type to switch from dry to oily all the time so I have more break outs. And it messed with my period.
      – Mae

  3. October 29, 2018 / 12:17 AM

    I have never trust any beauty supplements unless they are those traditional herbs or organic things. Ive heard others loving the product and mainly getting it because of Tati. I love Tati but I dont agree with people not giving genuine reviews about it! I must say I love how honest and detailed you are!

    • Mae Polzine
      October 29, 2018 / 9:42 AM

      Thank you so much, that means a lot to me. Normally I don’t go for beauty supplements either but I thought I would give it a chance after hearing so many good things about it, but this did not agree with me at all. And I’m not going to have it messing me up chemically.
      ♥ Mae

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