The Best Vegan Biotin Gummies (By Price and Dosage)


On my quest to find the best vegan biotin supplement, I found that most supplements were in the form of tablets or capsules.

It can be hard to find a biotin supplement in gummy form.

This sucks. Some people have difficulty swallowing pills, or hate the taste of tablets.

So, I dug deeper and found some other options.

Not all of them were good, but I narrowed them down in order to find the best vegan biotin gummy products.

And here they are…

The 4 Best Biotin Gummy Supplements That Are Vegan Friendly

All 4 of these are good options, pick one that fits your budget and flavor preferences.

Just a quick note, most medical experts recommend having 30 to 100 micrograms (mcg) of biotin per day. All of these supplements have way more than that, any extra will just be peed out.

I’ve created a comparison table below to help you compare each product against each other.

NamePrice/capsuleDosage (mg)Rating
iRestore Gummies$$5,0004.3
Revly Biotin Complex$2,5004.2
Hair Thickness Maximizer$$5,0003.7

The overall rating is based on price, dosage, and reviews.

Now I’ll go over each gummy in more detail.

iRestore Vegan Biotin Gummies

irestore biotin gummies

Overall, iRestore is going to be most liked by vegans looking for a biotin supplement.

In terms of cost for gummy vitamins, it’s about average.

It comes in 3 flavors(orange, lemon, and cherry), and the taste is probably as good as it gets.

The only big potential negatives come from the other ingredients.

Some of the ingredients are “healthy”:

  • Vitamin E and C
  • Coconut oil
  • Turmeric
  • Black carrot juice concentrate

But all gummy vitamins need other ingredients as well to improve the texture and taste.

Here’s all the other ingredients that are in iRestore:

Glucose syrup, sucrose, water, pectin, citric acid, natural flavors (lemon, orange, cherry)

There’s nothing too bad, but there are a few grams of sugar in a daily serving.

There’s a sugar-free option later on this list if that’s important to you (The laste option).

Revly Vegan Biotin Complex

revly gummy biotin

Revly is the cheapest option by far for a gummy biotin supplement that’s vegan-friendly.

This is mostly due to it being an “Amazon Brand,” which basically means that Amazon found a manufacturer they trust and can provide a product for a low cost. Then Amazon puts their branding on it.

If budget is a concern, this is the best option.

It’s still a good supplement even if budget isn’t your primary concern.

On top of biotin, it also has 15mg vitamin C and 15 IU vitamin E per serving

The product is certified vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO.

Most of the ingredients are also vegan. Here’s the full list:

Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid), Vitamin E (as DL-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate), Biotin, Organic Cane Sugar, Organic Tapioca Syrup, Pectin, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Natural Flavors, Color Added (Organic Black Carrot Juice Concentrate), Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Carnauba Wax.

There’s no suspicious ingredients to me. There is 2 grams of sugar in a daily serving to keep in mind though.

Hairberry Hair Growth Vitamins

hairberry vegan biotin gummies

This is more of a multivitamin that happens to have a good amount of biotin in it.

Hairberry includes a bunch of other vitamins and minerals that may help grow and strengthen hair.

I won’t list them all out, but here’s the nutritional facts label if you’re curious.

hairberry nutritional facts

These gummies look a lot like the Swedish berries candies, and have 3.3 grams of sugar per daily serving.

The taste (largely due to that sugar) is quite good.

The only big downside is that they are the most expensive option on this list by quite a bit.

If price is not an option, this might actually be the best vegan biotin gummy for you, especially if you’re looking for other vitamins that may also strengthen hair.

Hair Thickness Maximizer (Vegan and Sugar-Free)

maximizer biotin gummy

Finally, this is the only sugar-free option if you’re looking for that in a gummy.

The price is okay, but the big potential issue is the taste. It’s sweetened with maltitol and isolmalt. It comes in both strawberry and coconut flavors.

Some people like the taste, but many don’t like the taste of artificial sweeteners. They can sometimes cause stomach issues as well if you eat too many (so stick to the serving size).

Onto the nutrition itself, this product, it contains several extra vitamins that may strengthen hair. That mainly includes vitamins A, C, D3, E, and zinc.

Some of these have been shown to prevent hair loss, which vegans can be at a higher risk for.

This is the best option if you really want a sugar-free one and you’re okay with zero-calorie sweeteners.

Hopefully you find your new favorite vegan biotin supplement from this list of gummies.

If you end up trying one, let me know how it goes in a comment below.

About the author

Dale Cudmore

Your friendly neighborhood vegan from Toronto. Chemical engineer turned semi-professional soccer player and freelance nutrition writer. I've been vegan for years and try to make life easier for others by sharing what I've learned.

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