The Beauty Supplement Everyone on the Internet Is Talking About
If you haven't heard of Tati Westbrook, or her supplement line Halo Beauty, then you might just be living under the proverbial internet rock.
Tati Westbrook is a beauty Youtuber with just over four million subscribers on her channel Glam Life Guru, and clocks in with an equally impressive Instagram following of 1.2 million. So, it's safe to say she pulls some significant internet weight.
Predominantly known for her first impressions and review content, Tati has an honest approach to reviewing products that has cultivated a loyal following. Not afraid to say she doesn't like a product, Tati isn't a stranger to some of the controversies that the internet has to offer, and her latest venture, Halo Beauty, certainly hasn't escaped being the target of some of this drama.
Tati initially surprised fans when she announced she would be launching into supplements, as many expected her to launch with a cosmetics line. Despite this, Halo Beauty has certainly created a huge buzz, with both fans and critics sharing their thoughts on the innovative product.
According to the Halo Beauty website, the product is a hair, skin and nails formula designed to promote healthy hair growth, hydrate and moisturise skin, deliver antioxidant protection and help fight the onset of premature greying. The supplement is listed as containing no preservatives, gluten, soy, sugar, and are cruetly-free and vegan, all highly commendable exclusions.
However, the product has not been without its critics, with many people focusing their attention on one potentially controversial ingredient, saw palmetto. Which, according to an article by Allure, could have the potential to interfere with hormonal birth control. Following this controversy, Tati released a video in which she responded saying that the supplement line has been developed in conjunction with experts such as physicians, scientists and nutritionists to ensure it meets quality standards. Additionally, Halo Beauty recommends consulting a medical professional before taking the supplement if you have a health condition, are pregnant or breastfeeding, a sentiment which we would strongly echo.
So let us know your thoughts. What do you think of supplements as the next must-have beauty product? Keep reading for before and afters from people who have tried Halo Beauty for themselves.