BellaNutri Review


There are many different approaches to rejuvenating aging skin. There are topical applications, injections, surgery, light therapy and supplements. BellaNutri is one of the latter. It is a blend of marine proteins designed to improve hair, nails and skin and to reduce the signs of aging. There are many nutritional supplements on the market today that claim these benefits so we will examine the ingredients in BellaNutri in more depth in the next section.

BellaNutri does not have a money-back guarantee if you are not happy with the product. This concerns us since the best skin care companies stand behind their products and will refund your money if the product doesn’t work for you. Customers can purchase BellaNutri directly from the manufacturer’s website. Compared to other skin care solutions, BellaNutri is on the expensive side at $65 for a 30-day supply. The product claims to take 6 months for full results so that is a significant leap of faith spending the money and not seeing results for so long.

Product Details

According to the BellaNutri website, the ingredients are: patented biocell collagen II, biotin, MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), grape seed extract, L-cysteine, horsetail extract, acerola extract, silica amino acid chelate, and Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid).

MSM is an ingredient for which research is mixed. Some studies have found it to have an anti-inflammatory effect while others have found it to do nothing. We like the inclusion of collagen in the formulation as the body needs to supplement its dwindling stores as we age. However, we prefer to see collagen in a topical application as it is readily absorbed into the skin. None of the other ingredients in BellaNutri really stand out as being especially able to reduce the signs of aging.

The Good

  • BellaNutri contains collagen
  • Can purchase directly from manufacturer’s website

The Bad

  • Bella Nutri may not contain clinically-proven anti-aging ingredients.
  • Expensive compared to other skin care solutions.
  • No money-back guarantee offered.
  • Not suitable for those allergic to seafood and chicken.

The Bottom Line

In the sea of hundreds of health supplements on the market today that are promoting healthier and younger-looking skin, BellaNutri really does nothing to stand out. We would like to have seen the results of clinical testing supporting their claims or at least some customer testimonials. Asking customers to invest in a six month supply (a $390 investment) before seeing results is a lot. We strongly prefer topical applications that contain ingredients like Matrixyl 3000 or hyaluronic acid as we feel these can provide dramatic and long-lasting results quickly. Keep in mind that if you purchase this product and it doesn’t work for you, you will not be able to get your money back.

4 thoughts on “BellaNutri Review”

  1. I drive a bus for 9.30 hours in the city, so I have sun damage can this product help me? My skin is sensitive, acne round my chin and small acne near the bridge of my nose. I have tryed mineral powders, but I noticed little indents I was told I need to use a filler fisrt before wearing makeup. I’m daily route is an exfoliater, SPF30 and eyeliner lite mascara…I would like to try using lite makeup but I need better skin care products..

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