These Are the Only Supplements Worth Buying on Amazon Prime Day

Amazon is a great place to shop for all the basics and essentials. There's no denying that. I like to think my Amazon Prime membership has saved me from ever running out of toilet paper, paper towels, toothpaste, and even cleaning supplies. It just makes things so much easier for me, especially when I can't make it to the store.

We've already established that the retailer is a pretty great source for wellness finds, including supplements. Yes, it pretty much has every type of vitamin, mineral, adaptogen, herbal blend, etc., that you're looking for. I think one of the best parts about shopping for supplements on Amazon is that you can read all the honest reviews from your fellow customers. That's really helped me browse and discover new brands.

If you're looking to explore the supplements and vitamins that Amazon has to offer, here's a list of some of the best ones we recommend, based on editor input and customer reviews. And remember, it's smart to check with your doctor or a healthcare professional first before adding any new supplements to your routine.

Vitamins and Minerals

New Chapter Women's Multivitamin + Immune Support ($29)

These multivitamins are fermented with whole foods and probiotics, so they're easier to digest.

Garden of Life Vitamin D ($14)

A lot of us are deficient in vitamin D, so supplementation might be needed. This one is a raw, whole-food, and vegetarian option.

Solgar B-Complex 100 ($13)

B vitamins support the nervous system and also promote cellular energy production. In short, they're important. Solgar's B-complex contains the recommended doses of vitamins B1, B2, B3, and B6.

MaryRuth's Vegan Vitamin C Gummies ($16)

Vitamin C is important for your skin, bones, and connective tissue. And as an antioxidant, it fights free radicals. These vegan gummies are great if you don't love taking pills or capsules.

Solgar Chelated Zinc ($12)

Zinc is an essential mineral that supports the immune system and your metabolism. Soglar's zinc is a patented chelated form of zinc for better absorption.

Sports Research Omega-3 Wild Alaska Fish Oil ($16)

Omega-3s support heart, brain, eye, and immune health. One of these softgels contains about 1037 milligrams of omega-3 fatty acids from wild-caught Alaska pollock.

Smartypants Daily Gummy Multivitamin ($14)

For those who hate taking pills and capsules, you can get your vitamins in gummy form. This multivitamin is free of synthetic colors and artificial sweeteners and flavors.

MaryRuth's Ionic Zinc Liquid Drops ($14)

Garden of Life's raw zinc is another highly rated zinc supplement option. It's made with raw whole foods and contains 60 milligrams of vitamin C. Plus, you won't find fillers or synthetic ingredients in the formula, either.


Renew Life Women's Care Probiotic ($30)

This probiotic supplement has over 50,000 ratings and 4.5 out of five stars on Amazon. It contains 10 different probiotic strains and non-GMO ingredients.

Garden of Life Dr. Formulated Probiotics ($23)

Garden of Life's probiotics are specially formulated for women, as they contain probiotic strains for vaginal health.

MaryRuth's Liquid Probiotic ($31)

This liquid probiotic is plant-based and made of raw, vegan ingredients. It contains 12 probiotic strains.

Sports Research Daily Probiotics for Women & Men ($15)

These delayed-release capsules contain 12 shelf-stable strains so you don't have to refrigerate them.

Culturelle Daily Probiotic ($12)

These daily probiotics are powered by Lactobacillus rhamnosus, which supports your digestive system. The supplement is vegetarian and doesn't contain gluten, milk, soy, wheat, or preservatives.

Beauty Supplements

Sports Research Biotin ($10)

Sports Research's biotin is always a best seller with THE/THIRTY readers. It's formulated with cold-pressed organic virgin coconut oil.

Garden of Life mykind Organics Organic Plant Collagen Builder ($17)

This supplement will help support the body's natural production of collagen for healthier hair, skin, and nails. It's also infused with pomegranate, which is high in polyphenols and protects against UV damage.

Nature's Bounty Hair, Skin and Nails Gummies ($12)

These gummies contain biotin, plus vitamins C and E to support skin health and collagen production.

New Chapter Hair Skin & Nails Vitamins ($25)

New Chapter's hair, skin, and nails supplement is formulated with fermented biotin so it's easily digestible. Other ingredients include astaxanthin, reishi, and other botanicals.

Nature's Bounty Advanced Hair, Skin, and Nails Gummies ($13)

This advanced formula contains 6,000mcg of biotin per serving. It's also formulated with vitamins A, C, and E.

Sakara Life Beauty Drops ($29)

Add these drops to water for plump, hydrated skin, and strong hair and nails. They contain 72 naturally-occurring ionic trace minerals to rehydrate your body.

Nature Made Collagen Gummies ($8)

Nature Made's lemon-flavored gummies contain hydrolyzed collagen peptides, vitamin C, zinc, vitamin E, and biotin.

Herbal Supplements

Neuriva Nootropic Brain Support Supplement ($52)

Nootropics can reduce fatigue and help you focus. Neuriva's supplement supports five indicators of brain performance: focus, memory, concentration, learning, and accuracy.

Goli Apple Cider Vinegar Gummy Vitamins ($13)

If you want the digestive, energy, and immunity benefits of apple cider vinegar but don't love the taste, these gummies will do the trick. They're made with real apples, beetroot, and pomegranate.

Garden of Life Mykind Organics Elderberry Gummies ($16)

Elderberry can support the immune system and might even help you ward off any colds. These gummies are a blend of black elderberry extract, vitamin C, zinc, and echinacea.

Nature's Bounty Turmeric ($9)

Turmeric might help a variety of symptoms like inflammation, arthritis, and stomach, skin, liver, and gallbladder problems. These capsules are made with black pepper extract for better absorption.

MaryRuth's Organic Liquid Elderberry Immunity ($14)

You can add these elderberry drops to water or take them directly. The formula is vegan and allergy-friendly.

Supplement Powders

Sports Research Collagen Peptides ($20)

Add a scoop of this unflavored collagen powder to your favorite hot or cold beverage to support the health of your skin, hair, tendons, cartilage, bones, and joints.

Sakara Life Metabolism Super Powder ($68)

This is always a favorite with both editors and readers. Beauty editor Erin Jahns said, "In addition to feeling less bloated and constipated (just being 100% honest here), I also noticed a definite shift in my overall energy and brain fog."

Garden of Life Sport Organic Plant Based Protein Powder ($28)

For an extra boost of protein, add this vegan powder to water, almond milk, smoothies, or shakes. Ingredients like tart cherries, apples, turmeric, goji berries, and blueberries support post-workout recovery.

Xtend Energy BCAA Powder ($16)

If you need some energy before a workout, this XTEND's BCAA has 125mg of extended-release caffeine. Each serving contains 7 grams of BCAAs to improve energy levels and support muscle recovery and growth.

Dymatize ISO100 Hydrolyzed Protein Powder ($22)

With powder, you get 25 grams of protein, 5.5 grams of BCAAs, and 2.7 grams of leucine per serving. It's also gluten-free and fast-absorbing.

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