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The Best Vitamin Subscription Boxes to Power Up Your Wellness Journey

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Between drinking enough water, eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, and getting your daily steps in, it can be a hassle making sure you’re getting all your vitamins and nutrients, too. Who has time to monitor their vitamin D intake? In recent years, a surge of doctor- and nutritionist-backed companies offering vitamin subscription services have promised to do just that, customizing monthly multivitamin packets based on questionnaires, DNA tests, and blood tests. If you’re in need of your own vitamin cocktail to take on the world each day, here are the best vitamin subscription services out there right now. 


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Care/of
Care/of

Care/of

$5/month and up from Care/of

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Care/of’s cadre of vitamins, minerals, herbs, powders, probiotics, and more start at $5 per vitamin per month, but if you’re looking for a personalized supply of vitamins, you’ll want to take the company’s quiz. After answering questions about your vitamin history, health goals, lifestyle, and values (think: are you open to Eastern medicines?), Care/of puts together a personalized monthly package that might include things like Vitamin D, iron, collagen, and probiotics. From there, you can choose which research-backed products to add to your cart, which will then be delivered to your home every 30 days. Just note: Monthly subscription prices vary widely depending on which products you ultimately include.


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HUM Nutrition
HUM Nutrition

HUM Nutrition

$15/month and up from HUM Nutrition

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After completing a brief HUM Nutrition quiz, customers are given a personalized nutrition report, as well as unlimited wellness coaching from a nutritionist. The nutrition report includes recommendations for HUM’s own line of third party-tested products, including items like Gut Instinct, a probiotic for gut health, and Core Strength, a vanilla protein powder for building lean muscle. Product prices vary, but you get a 10% discount when you complete the quiz and 15% off when you buy three or more products. 


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All Season Supplements Set
Cratejoy

All Season Supplements Set

$90/month and up from Cratejoy

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‘Tis the season (for B12)! This subscription box operates under the idea that our bodies need different vitamins and supplements depending on the season. Choose to receive one box every three months or four boxes over 12 months (paid upfront for a discount), with each box containing a seasonal collection of four products. A winter immunity box might contain vitamin D3, Siberian ginseng, and zinc, while a summer activation box could feature supplements that boost energy and a faster metabolism. 


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Rootine
Rootine

Rootine

$69/three months and up from Rootine; $105 each for blood and DNA tests

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Rootine doesn’t just ask its customers to take a quiz before it personalizes a multivitamin — it has them submit a blood test and/or DNA test to analyze vitamin levels and genetic variations. After customers answer a series of health-related questions and submit their at-home blood/DNA test, Rootine takes into account over 100 data points across DNA, blood levels, and lifestyle to create a custom multivitamin. The multivitamin uses tiny microbeads, each containing a single nutrient, and each subscription includes a three-month supply.


Persona
Persona

Persona

Prices vary from Persona 

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Persona’s introductory quiz asks about all the usual suspects: why you would like to start taking daily supplements, general health concerns, eating habits, and more, before putting together a personalized daily pack of supplements that might include peppermint for digestion, cordyceps for energy, and melatonin for sleep. Persona’s roster of nutritionists are on-call for all your nutrient-related questions, available seven days a week through email, chat, or phone. One thing to note: If you have a severe allergy, Persona explicitly states that it cannot guarantee its nutrients are safe from cross contamination. 


Nurish by Nature Made
Nurish by Nature Made

Nurish by Nature Made

$30/month and up from Nurish by Nature Made

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After taking a five-minute quiz, Nurish delivers custom vitamins and supplements with nutrients that support everything from immune system health to energy. Packets personalized with your name include a 30-day supply, with the option to add additional supplements to each order. Already know what you’re looking for? You can customize your own pack without taking a quiz, choosing from Nurish’s extensive list of herbs, vitamins, multivitamins, probiotics, minerals, and more. 


Baze
Baze

Baze

$20/month and up from Baze, $199 for blood test

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Baze skips the personalized quiz completely and goes straight to a blood test, which you can administer at home in less than 10 minutes. From there, the company will analyze your test to assess levels of zinc, vitamin E, vitamin A, copper, and other nutrients, then send an in-depth report with recommendations for a tailored supplement plan. The first month of supplements is free; after that costs range anywhere from $20 to $40 per month. Vegans, take note: Baze now offers a 100% vegan option for all supplements. 


VitaFive
VitaFive

VitaFive

$12/month and up from VitaFive

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If taking pills is a chore, vitamin gummies might be more up your alley. VitaFive offers vitamin gummy packs delivered to subscribers every four weeks. Launched by two college roommates in 2016, the company offers products like collagen for complexion, elderberry for immunity, and melatonin for sleep, all of which can be ordered once or as a monthly subscription. And because these are gummies, there’s even a kid’s line, including a kid’s multivitamin that can be ordered monthly. 


Thesis
Thesis

Thesis

$79/month and up from Thesis

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Thesis is all about nootropics, which are natural or synthetic substances that purportedly boost mental performance, including mood, memory, and focus. Like many of the other vitamin subscription services, Thesis personalizes a nootropic starter kit for each customer based on a quiz, which asks questions about sleep habits, energy levels, mood, and more. The starter kit includes multiple nootropic formulations so that customers can test each one and make notes in an included booklet about which formula works best. At the end of the month, Thesis adjusts the formula to best suit your needs. Free shipping and free coaching from wellness experts are included.


Vous Vitamin
Vous Vitamin

Vous Vitamin

$30/month and up from Vous Vitamin

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Founded by two doctors, Vous Vitamin offers customized vitamins based on a quick quiz. Each personalized medley of nutrients is condensed into a single tablet taken twice per day, and might include things like vitamin D, calcium, iodine, and magnesium. Once the custom tablet is revealed, customers can choose to purchase the 30-day supply once or sign up for a monthly subscription. 


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