“A supplement that is easy to remember, as you will look forward to the sweet but nutritious treat.”


Meticulously crafted to make your beauty regimen a joyous affair

Our nutritionist formulated gummy supplement was created to support hair and nails affected by hormonal changes.

With our highest grade Astaxanthin, Biotin, Inulin & Açai berry extract, our supplement contains everything you need to maintain healthy hair, nails & skin. 100% natural in plastic free packaging.

For optimum results, we recommend taking your supplements daily for 3 months.

  • Vegan
  • High In Fibre
  • Pro Planet
  • Low In Sugar
  • No Artificial Colouring
  • Plastic Free

The good in our gummies

At midlife, our collagen rapidly declines and our bodies produce less Keratin, leaving our skin dull and our hair and nails brittle. Manifesto was founded with a purpose to empower women during midlife and beyond. Our midlife targeted formulation is supercharged with natural ingredients: Astaxanthin, Biotin, Inulin, & Açai Berry.

Get ready for:

✓ Thicker, longer hair

✓ Improved skin elasticity

✓ Strong nails that are less brittle


Supercharged with clean and safe ingredients

You are what you eat – so only the best proven and nutrient-packed ingredients make the grade. And we’re every bit as conscientious about what stays out as what goes in.

Hear from our customers

Ask us anything

  • How long I need to take the edible Beauty gummies until I see a result?

    We would suggest taking the gummies regularly for two to three months.

  • How many gummies should I take?

    Two a day, chewed thoroughly. No water needed.

  • Do your supplements contain sugar?

    They contain less sugar than most gummies, at 0.8g/gummy which is less than one single cherry!

  • Can I take other supplements alongside Manifesto edible beauty gummies?

    That depends on their composition. Please seek the advice of a nutritionist.

  • Should I take a pro-biotic with the gummies?

    We are big fans of pro-biotics, and they can definitely be taken in conjunction, although we would always suggest seeking the advice of a nutritionist.