I have been on Vitamin D-3 vitamines for a long time. I take 10,000 IU 5 days a week and 2,000 IU on top of that every day. My numbers have only risen a little and I am due for another Vitamin D count soon.
If you are only mildly short on Vitamin D-3 then this might be something you would like to check out. I have been told in the past the best part of your body to absorb Vitamin D from the sun is on the backs of your arms, you know where they bye byes grow.
This would be a great place to put the one pump once or twice a day depending on your needs. Yes one pump give you 1000 IU. I think this is awesome and great for those who can't always swallow pills like children.
I will be bringing this item up to my Dr. to see what he thinks about it and if it something I should keep around to cut down on the amount of pills I take a day.
You can purchase Vita Sciences Maxasorb Vitamin D3 Cream here or on Amazon.
What Vita Sciences has to say about their product.
Maxasorb D3 is scientifically formulated to topically delivery Vitamin D3. Similar technology as our patented B-12 Patch is used in this skin soothing lotion. Each measured dose of lotion from our airless dispenser delivers 1,000 IU of Vitamin D3 with a full press of the pump. Rubbing the easily absorbed, odorless lotion on your arms or legs makes daily use of Maxasorb D3 an ideal way to get all the Vitamin D you need. Natural ingredients assure this lotion is gentle to your skin.
EASY TO USE - Using the pump dispenser, press down once for a single dose of
nourishing lotion; Each dose delivers 1,000 IU of vitamin D3 per measured dose.
GENTLE ON THE SKIN - Our scent-free hypoallergenic lotion is gentle on the skin,
ALL NATURAL INGREDIENTS - Maxasorb D3 lotion uses only natural, safe ingrediants
MAXIMUM VITAMIN ABSORPTION - Maxasorb D3 is scientifically formulated to topically
delivery Vitamin D3.
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