We’ve been named the ‘Most Innovative Brand’ at the Feel-Good Brands awards 2018.

The FGB Awards, which celebrate the passion, drive and energy of feel-good brands, are voted for by the public and an independent and voluntary group of industry experts and practitioners.

Andrew Thomas, founder and managing director of BetterYou said: “We are thrilled to have been awarded this accolade, as we pride ourselves on being innovative and bringing alternative methods of supplementation to the market.

“Giving customers the most accessible and convenient way to supplement key nutrients missing from modern day diets is THE most important thing for us as a brand. We can proudly say that our products are the most efficacious on the market.

“New product development is the lifeblood of the company and we will continue to invest in research and creating products that make a real impact on the quality of people’s lives.”

Andy Brattle, Chair of the FGB Judging Panel said: “This was a tricky category and we debated the shortlist long and hard. What we all love about BetterYou is their passion for innovation, and the way they continue to research and develop great products that can change people’s lives for the better.”

We continue to invest in new product development to create innovative supplementation methods, having recently launched our Vitamin D3 + K2 Oral Spray and MagnesiumSkin Body Butter and Lotion.

We’re also proud to be continuing to work in partnership with the University of Sheffield to study the effects of vitamin D on irritable bowl syndrome (IBS).

Award Winning Products

It’s not just the brand that is winning awards, checkout some of our products that have won awards in their own right.

 

DLux3000
DLux3000
3000IU (75μg) daily vitamin D oral spray
Boost B12 Oral Spray
Boost B12 Oral Spray

A faster more effective way to boost vitamin B12 levels

Magnesium Flakes
Magnesium Flakes
Pure relaxation and remineralisation
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