Oral Vitamin Sprays

With a simple and delicious spray, you can stop relying on traditional tablets and capsules.  In recent years, there has been a dramatic increase in digestive malabsorbtion issues such as IBS, Crohns and coeliac disease. Our pill free vitamin oral sprays deliver their active ingredient directly into the blood stream rather than the digestive system. With each spray micro sized droplets are quickly absorbed into the month for fast and efficient nutrient uptake.

Traditional tablets and capsules don’t suit everyone, for many it these can be very difficult to swallow particularly for children and the elderly. BetterYou Oral Sprays make taking your vitamins faster, easier and more convenient.

Oral Vitamin Sprays Benefits


Fast and effective absorption – Pill Free

Oral vitamin sprays are the ultimate convenience, they do not need to be taken with food or water and be used on the go.
  • Pill Free and delicious
  • Nutrients immediately absorbed into the blood stream 
  • Faster absorption than tablets*
  • Scientifically proven
  • Convenient and easy to use, take it any where no water required
  • Perfect for those who have digestive issues or find swallowing tablets difficult

 View our Vitamin Range 

Oral Vitamin Spray Range

    Vitamin B12 Oral Vitamin Spray Features

    How do these oral vitamin sprays work?

    Developed by BetterYou in 2007 in partnership with Cardiff University, these oral vitamin sprays work by spraying directly onto the soft tissue of your month so that the nutrients are absorbed via the rich vein system below directly into your blood steam.

    Complete nutritional support in a spray

     Fill nutritional gaps with our range of vitamin oral sprays.
    Always read the label. Use only as directed. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional. Contains Potassium Sorbate.

    Clinically proven absorption references

    • N.G.Raghavendra Rao et al /J. Pharm. Sci. & Res. Vol.5(4), 2013, 80 – 88
    • Satia et al. Nutrition Journal (2015) 14:114
    • DM Houston et al. Cardiff University, UK 2013
    • DM Houston, C Heard. Cardiff University, UK 2012
    • *M. Sattar et al. / International Journal of Pharmaceutics 471 (2014) 498–506