iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $23.98 (40% off)
I can tell the difference when I don't take this
Posted by Reviewer1884415 on Nov 30, 2011
I ran out of these and I could tell. I just take one a day.
Same product, lower price!
Posted by Reviewer2847269 on Aug 22, 2011
I paid 40% more at my local health food store for the exact same item.
I can really see a difference
Posted by Reviewer3103244 on Feb 03, 2011
My hair, nails, and moisture level greatly improved after one month of taking this product. Excellent!
I like these.
Posted by Reviewer2456357 on Jul 11, 2011
These softgels go down great, no after taste. So far so good.
Posted by Reviewer2172723 on Dec 10, 2009
I havent been able to detect a specific difference, but I love the description and feel really good taking it.
Thanks for speedy service
Posted by Reviewer1481284 on Jul 11, 2011
We use this as one of or daily supplements to maintain good health.
Posted by Reviewer2517781 on Feb 13, 2010
excellent source of alternative omega fatty acid.
Posted by Reviewer1660369 on Mar 30, 2010
I've been taking a sea buckthorn capsule from another supplier for about a year. These equal the strength but the price is cheaper. Therefore, I'm very pleased and it's cheaper for me to use iherb than to order from my usual source in England.
Using this product for skin issues
Posted by Reviewer3333125 on Mar 30, 2010
I am using this for KP and other skin issues (dry patches) for several months and has eliminated the dry patches I started getting on my back. My KP seems to be improving but mine could have been caused my birth control which created water retention which could be one cause of KP, if that's the case I have to wait for the BC to progressively leave and hope it goes away just as it came.
Posted by Reviewer1347865 on Jun 23, 2011
Dr. Oz says it is good for skin and hair...at my age, 69, whatever anyone recommends for good skin (especially Dr. Oz) is good enough for me. Haven't had it long enough to really notice a difference, but I do notice my skin is NOT dry...this could be the result of the wettest spring on record in the Northwest.