Beautifully Bamboo Tea or Liquid Biotin. Which is Better?
Posted on 02 March 2018
Lately, we've seen videos popping up on Youtube from ladies who've utilized liquid biotin to spark hair growth. Liquid biotin, to some, produces faster hair growth than traditional biotin capsules.
I agree that liquid biotin might be a better choice than the capsules in some respects. That's because a vitamin in liquid form doesn't have to travel through the digestive tract. As soon as you take in a liquid supplement, it's pretty much ready to be broken down by the body and utilized. This is probably the reason why folks are experiencing positive results with liquid biotin.
But are there any drawbacks?
As you may know, some people are biotin sensitive. This sensitivity may show up as pesky breakouts. No one wants that. Unfortunately, liquid biotin may trigger breakouts even more than the capsules since you are taking it in a more potent form.
Bamboo tea, however, has no undesirable skin side effects. In fact, it's the opposite. Silica is a hair and skin beautifying mineral. Silica is essential for collagen production. So if you want to promote firm, healthy skin bamboo tea may have biotin beat.
If aren't biotin sensitive, may we offer an interesting suggestion? Why not try combining both? Yes. Simply add a little liquid biotin to your cup of tea and now you've got a super potent healthy hair tonic.