First Day Vitamins Review

If you are a mom, then you know that it is important to make sure that your children are getting the nutrients they need to grow and thrive. And as a woman, you need to be getting the nutrients you need as well. That’s why First Day Vitamin created a line of vitamins specifically designed for women and children. Today we will be doing a First Day Vitamins review.

- Vegan/Gelatin Free - Gluten & Dairy Free - Good Taste for Toddlers - Non-GMO - Nut Free

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First Day Vitamins

What I Looked For in Vitamins

First Day Gummies Review

After trying the gummies for the first time, my child immediately and continuously asked for more. The vitamins passed the taste test with flying colors. The smell and consistency are significantly different from other gummies. The gummies smell like fresh fruit and aren’t sticky,

Taste, Color & Consistency

After a week, I noticed my little one had more energy. She was no longer moody and sluggish after waking up. The vitamins also seemed to have regulated my child’s bowel movements, which has been the most beneficial to her.

Children's Vitamins

Ingredients, Function & Nutrition

Yes! First Day vitamins allows me to be guilt and worry-free in, at least, one aspect of my parenting and that has been a game-changer!

Should You Try

First Day Kids Vitamins?

As someone who is actively trying to reduce sugar intake in their daily diet, I like that these gummies carry 80% less sugar. I also like that I can’t tell it’s a multivitamin-based gummy when sniffing them.

First Day Multivitamin Reviews

For Women

They taste pretty good! They have a light sweetness to them that offers just enough flavor. These gummies have a noticeable shine to them with three distinct colors: yellow, orange, and dark pink.

Women's Multivitamin

Taste & Appearance

If you’re a woman on the hunt for a new vitamin, I highly recommend giving First Day Vitamins a try. They offer everything you could want in vitamins and more. I’m excited to continue taking them.

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