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Hair Skin Nails Liquid vs. Tablet: What’s Best for You?

With so many supplements available, finding one with the right balance of vitamins and minerals in a format that is easy to take daily can be a challenge.

Hair Skin Nails Liquid vs. Tablet: What’s Best for You?

When was the last time you lit up the room with your glowing confidence?

There’s an easy way to boost your outer beauty, and it starts from the inside. From mindset to healthy meals to moving your body, when you take care of your inner self, a natural radiance emerges. We call it finding your beauty from within.

Health and beauty go hand in hand. Whenever my self-care routine slips, I can always count on a positive mindset, a brisk walk and my go-to lemon water tonic to perk me up. Boosting the body’s collagen levels can help too.

A beauty supplement goes a long way to brighten your appearance. But with so many supplements available, finding one with the right balance of vitamins and minerals in a format that is easy to take daily can be a challenge.

That’s what makes Swisse Ultiboost Hair Skin Nails beauty formulas so ideal. The once-a-day body and beauty supplements come in liquid or tablet format. And they’re made with premium ingredients that support the collagen production needed to let your natural beauty shine through.

If you’re wondering which Swisse beauty formula may be right for you, read on. We’ll compare two best-selling supplements, Swisse Hair Skin Nails+ (tablet) and Hair Skin Nails Liquid.

Liquid or Tablet: What’s the Difference?

Shoppers who ask about the difference between the liquid and tablet formulas are quick to learn that both products are effective in supporting the maintenance of healthy hair, skin and nails. The key ingredients differ a bit, which we’ll get to soon. For now, let’s consider the pros and cons of a liquid or tablet format.

Liquid: Pros and Cons

One of the key benefits of using liquid supplement is that it’s fast acting since the nutrients are broken down and absorbed by the body quickly. Other benefits of a liquid format — and a few drawbacks — include:

  • Since it’s easily digested, liquid is preferred by those with gastrointestinal issues.
  • It’s easy to modify dosage, if needed.
  • Liquid is a good option if you have difficulty swallowing pills.
  • It has a naturally sweetened citrus taste.
  • You need to have a teaspoon handy to measure out a serving.
  • It’s best to refrigerate and store below 77° F.
  • The bottle is not as convenient to travel with compared to tablets.

Tablet Pill: Pros and Cons

There’s no chance of spills with a tablet, and that can be a plus if you’re accident prone. Other considerations for the pill option:

  • They’re easy to take on the go and convenient for travel.
  • There’s no need to measure a dosage.
  • Pills have a long shelf life and don’t require refrigeration.
  • The tablets are coated for easy swallowing and virtually tasteless.
  • Nutrients aren’t broken down and absorbed as fast as liquid.
  • Tablets have more inactive ingredients, needed to form a compressed format.

As you can see, choosing between the liquid or tablet format comes down to a few minor, but important, considerations. Let’s move on to comparing the ingredients next. 

Watch fitness model and Swisse Ambassador, Ashley Hart as she shares her go-to supplement for glossy hair, radiant skin and healthy nails.

Silica, Biotin & Vitamin C

The key ingredients featured in Swisse Hair Skin Nails+ Tablets and Hair Skin Nails Liquid differ. Both products contain antioxidants to help protect cells against free radical damage. They also both contain Silica. Vitamin C and Silica support collagen production.

A bottle of swisse ultiboost hair skin nails tablets

Hair Skin Nails+ Tablets

Hair Skin Nails+ Tablets combine Vitamin C with Silica to support collagen production — a major structural protein needed for healthy hair, skin and nails.* Biotin helps strengthen soft, brittle nails and reduce breaking and splitting.*

The tablet also supports the maintenance of healthy skin, strong hair and nails. It contains Zinc, Iron and Milk Thistle, which supports as a liver tonic.*

A bottle of Swisse Ultiboost Hair Skin Nails Liquid

Hair Skin Nails Liquid

The amount of Silica and Vitamin C in the Ultiboost Hair Skin Nails Liquid supports collagen production.* This formula includes Blood Orange Extract, a mega-antioxidant, sourced from Sicilian blood oranges grown in volcanic soil near Mt. Etna, and 200 mg of Vitamin C per serving for immune health and antioxidant support — great for radiant looking skin.*

Key Ingredients Chart

Silica 164 mg 40 mg
Orange Extract 100 mg -
Vitamin C 200 mg 50 mg
Biotin - 2600 mcg
St. Mary's Thistle - 14.29 mg
Iron - 5.1 mg
Zinc - 30 mg

Dosage & Cost

A 500 mL bottle of Swisse Ultiboost Hair Skin Nails Liquid contains 50 servings. At $24.99 per one time purchase, each 10 mL dose costs under 50 cents. Subscribers save 10%.

Swisse Ultiboost Hair Skin Nails+ Tablets are available in 60-tablet and 150-tablet sizes. At one tablet per serving, the 150-tablet size is the better value, costing just 23 cents per serving. You can save even more when you subscribe.

So which supplement is better? The choice is yours! Each quality beauty formula includes premium ingredients based on scientific evidence to help you bring out your best self.

Add Swisse Ultiboost Hair Skin Nails+ Tablets or Hair Skin Nails Liquid to your daily wellness routine for the ultimate health and beauty support.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.

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