Halo Beauty (Round 2) Kiwi Seed Skin Booster: Same as Before or Actual Improvement After 60-Days?

Halo Beauty (Round 2) Kiwi Seed Skin Booster: Same as Before or Actual Improvement After 60-Days?

Halo Beauty has come out with their second product which is similar to the first only swap out two of the ingredients for three new ones. Now I held off on my review of the product considering last time I reviewed the Hair, Nail, and Skin Beauty Booster I didn't notice any negative effects until my second bottle. So I decided to wait until I got through two bottles before posting my first review on this product. Now last time I think my issues were due to the ingredient saw palmeto as it seriously messed up my hormones and monthly cycle. Including changing my skin type from normal to insanely oily, and broke out all of the time. And my period just stopped being regular, and once I stopped taking those boosters everything went back to normal. So I was hesitant at first but considering it was most likely that one ingredient and it's not in the Kiwi Seed Skin Booster, I thought I might as well try it as I do want to take something for my skin to make things nicer.…

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

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.…

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Does Halo Beauty Hair, Nails, and Skin Boosters Really Work? 30-day Check In

Does Halo Beauty Hair, Nails, and Skin Boosters Really Work? 30-day Check In

Tati Westbrook also known as GlamLifeGuru came out with her own brand called Halo Beauty around two months ago and I held off on getting the hair, nails, and skin booster at first due to all of the controversy. From people picking apart every ingredient to no before and after photos on the website during launch. As well as a clinical photo that also appears elsewhere on the internet. Overall, there was just a lot going on and I wasn't sure at the time I wanted to pay $40 for beauty supplements that didn't have a lot of proof behind it. So I waited until two weeks after most people had gotten there's to see if it actually did something. Also, these supplements are supposed to be cruelty free, vegan, no preventatives, gluten free, sugar free, soy free, and no parabens. Which is wonderful.…

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