Overview  |  Nutrient Forms  |  Nutrient Amounts  |  Beneficial Substances  |  Additives  |  Conclusions  |

In this Olly Women Multivitamin Review (or if we use its official name – Olly The Perfect Women’s Multi Review), we’ll go in deep into everything about the supplement that there is and that you should know.

Thus, in this article, we will first go into the claims made for the supplement. Then we will continue on with taking a look at all the ingredients that it has – vitamins, minerals, as well as other beneficial substances. And then lastly, we’ll look at the additives to assess if there are any health concerns associated with the use of the supplement.

All to make as accurate of an assessment about the Olly Women Multivitamin (Olly The Perfect Women’s Multi) as possible.

The goal here is to create a review so thorough that there would not be a need for you to ever look at another supplement review for this specific supplement. Therefore, if there is a section or aspect I haven’t covered but you’re interested in, let me know. And I’ll add that to the review.

Olly Women Multivitamin Review – The Overview

Olly Women Multivitamin is a multivitamin geared towards the well-being of women that is offered in the form of gummy vitamins and combines within itself the 18 essential nutrients to help active ladies thrive and fill in the gaps when eating habits are less than perfect.

Olly Women Multivitamin Review (Olly The Perfect Women's Multi Review)To be honest, the description page (sale’s page) of this particular supplement is one of the most pleasant I’ve ever come across. And I’ve come across a lot of them.

Although by no means it is abundant with information about the supplement, it still offers a few assertions and claims.[1]

The very essence of their message is that Olly Women Multivitamin is a supplement that is packed with the essential nutrients to nourish you daily, so you can keep doing your thing and be amazing at it.[2]

They claim it to be a complete multivitamin. Or in other words, get this, and you’re set for the day nutrition-wise.[3]

Then there’s also some information on what does B vitamins do, what do Antioxidants do, and what does Calcium & Vitamin D do. Additionally, there’s some info on how much of certain nutrients in terms of Percentage Daily Value are in the supplement.[4]

For example, Vitamin D3 – 200%, Vitamin E – 100%, Vitamin B6 – 150% among other examples.

Taste-Wise Olly Women Multivitamin Offers That Of BerriesThey’re said to be “Naturally Tasty – a blissful blend of juicy berries”.

Sounds great, don’t you think?

Let’s examine further.

Nutrient Forms – Very Average

Olly Women Multivitamin Review – Vitamin FormsNutrient Forms determine how beneficial the nutrients are within the forms they are found in the supplement.

For example, vitamin B6 in the form of Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate is immediately available for the body and thus, for the benefits. Whereas vitamin B6 in the form of Pyridoxine Hydrochloride is subject to all kinds of conversions within the body before it can actually be used and you can benefit from it.[5] [6] [7] [8]

Olly Women Multivitamin Review – Vitamin And Mineral Forms

In some rare cases, people possess certain genes guaranteeing that in regards to some of these kinds of conversion-necessary forms it’s not possible for them. Thus, they may not benefit from such a vitamin form at all.[9] [10] [11]

Therefore, it’s always best to get your nutrients in the most bioavailable forms (ones that are immediately available to the body for use).

As regards to the Olly Women Multivitamin, it does not do a great job within this context.

Vitamin A, D, B2, B3, B5, and B7 all are pretty common to be found in the best forms possible.[12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32] [33] [34] [35] [36] [37] [38]

Iodine CrystalsWhile the average and weak forms of vitamins like Vitamin C, E, B1, B6, B9, B12 all are common. There are better options available for each one of them.[39] [40] [41] [42] [43] [44] [45] [46] [47] [48] [49] [50] [51] [52] [53] [54] [55]

On that same note, the synthetic form of vitamin E (Dl-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate) might be causing some toxicity if used long term.[56] [57] [58]

Furthermore, it’s about half the efficiency that its natural counterpart is. Thus, it would be best to avoid it.[59] [60] [61]

Of the minerals, stuff like Iodine is in its best form. Whereas all other minerals, as well as Choline, are pretty low in their availability for the body, thus, also the benefit.[62] [63] [64]

Overall, nothing really bright or something to be particularly proud of here.

Nutrient Diversity And Amounts Are Below Minimum

Olly The Perfect Women's Multi Review – Vitamin Diversity And AmountsAs it was claimed on the description page of the Olly Women Multivitamin, they offer 18 essential nutrients. But I’m actually confused as to which ones do they refer to.

If we count all of the minerals and vitamins that have established Percentage Daily Value we find ourselves at number 17. If we add to that the Boron, which is also an essential mineral, we get that number 18.[65]

Whereas if we’re actually referring to essential nutrients Phosphorus shouldn’t be counted as one. I mean, it is essential for health but it’s definitely not needed to be had in (complimented with) your daily multivitamin. So, again 17.[66]

On that same note, if we add the Boron we should also add the Choline and Inositol to the total number as both of these are recognized as essential to intake daily by the Prime Daily Values.[67]

Olly The Perfect Women's Multi Review – Vitamin And Mineral Diversity And AmountsThen 19 essential nutrients?

Either way, if we just go with the complete number, then it’s 20 vitamins, minerals, and additional beneficial substances, which at the end of the day, by no means is sufficient.

In truth, this means that the supplement lacks such important nutrients as Vitamin K, Magnesium, Selenium, Copper, Manganese, Molybdenum, Vanadium, Iron, as well as Mixed Carotenoids.

Therefore, it shouldn’t be regarded as a complete one. Because by no means it is complete.

Even more so because of the low amounts in which the active ingredients are present in.

Many even fall short of the minimum daily requirements (commonly known as Percentage Daily Values) to not get sick with a deficiency disease with no regard to the daily values that you actually need to thrive.[68] [69]

The Nutrient Amounts Of The Supplement Does Not Really Subscribe To ThrivingFor example, vitamin B1 is present in amounts of 0.38 mg. Ideally, you would want 25-50 mg, thus the supplement contains 65-132 times less than it needs to.

Also, vitamin B2 is present in very insignificant amounts – 0.43 mg. Ideally, this should also be 25-50 mg, which is 58-117 times less than it needs to.

Or take the example of Choline. The Olly Women Multivitamin contains 50 mcg of it. However, ideally, it should have 100-200 mg. One mg (milligram) is 1000 mcg (micrograms).

This means that the supplement is precisely 2000-4000 times off. Additionally, there are other similar examples.

In fact, the only nutrients in sufficient amounts for thriving are preformed vitamin A, vitamin D, B7, and Iodine. The rest 24 of the crucial ones for thriving are either not there at all or in amounts that won’t account for significant benefits.

So, are you in for thriving or just prating around?

Inositol – The Only Additional Beneficial Substance

Additional Beneficial Substances of The Olly Women Multivitamin (Olly The Perfect Womens Multi)While there are many multivitamin supplements that are actually abundant in the space of additional beneficial substances, like Rainbow Light Men’s OneRainbow Light Women’s One, as well as many of the best multivitamin supplements, Olly Women Multivitamin is not.

The only beneficial substance that it has is Inositol (40 mcg), which I believe is one of the most beneficial ones out there.

Inositol benefits healthy brain function, as well as offer benefits in regards to combating anxiety, panic attacks, depression, as well as other types of distorted behavior and conditions.[70] [71] [72] [73] [74] [75] [76] [77] [78] [79] [80]

Cantaloupes Are Abundant In Natural InositolHowever, do consider this.

There is only 40 mcg of Inositol in the Olly Women Multivitamin. This is safe to say that is too low of amounts to actually instill these benefits.

Ideally, you would want 25-50 mg of Inositol in your daily multivitamin. This means that the Olly Women Multivitamin is off of the necessary amounts about 625-1250 times.

Thus, there might be some very incremental benefits on your health, however, it’s way more likely to not have any noticeable or meaningful impact at all.

So, at the end of the day, the Inositol is in the supplement purely for the sake of giving away the impression that it contains more beneficial stuff that it actually does.

It’s All Sugar – Obesity & Brain Damage Guaranteed

Although I did enjoy the webpage dedicated to the description of Olly Women Multivitamin, there is one huge problem with it.

They have listed supplement facts, however, they have left out the list of other ingredients included, otherwise known, as the additives.

I do wonder, why that is? Are they willing to hide something potentially very unpleasant from their customers?

Is there something in the supplement of Olly Women Multivitamin that they’re particularly ashamed of?

Additives of The Olly Women Multivitamin Review

Surfing around the net suggests that this might be the case.

The Olly Women Multivitamin contains the following ingredients as additives – Glucose Syrup, Beet Sugar, Water, Gelatin, Lactic Acid, Citric Acid, Coloring (from carrot, blueberry, and chokeberry juices), Natural Flavors, and Pectin.

While of these Coloring and Natural Flavors also have some possible negative consequences, Glucose Syrup and Beet Sugar are something that can’t be left unaddressed.

High Fructose Corn Syrup Is Extremely Common Among Various SweetsThey will be absolutely devastating to your health.

Glucose Syrup is known to be an alternative name for High Fructose Corn Syrup. Thus, being one of the most unbearable substances you can ever come across in food or supplements.[81] [82] [83] [84] [85] [86]

So, these vitamins will be tasty for sure. At that same time, they’ll make you pay a high price in terms of your health. High Fructose Corn Syrup is compared with having the effects on the brain similar to drug abuse. Furthermore, it’s also known to be the root cause of obesity weight gain, cancer, liver damage, diabetes, heart disease, as well as a bunch of other incredibly harmful and undesirable health conditions.[87] [88] [89] [90] [91] [92] [93] [94] [95] [96] [97]

Avoid Sugar In Your Multivitamins – They Will Be Detrimental Later On Down The LineGood luck, trying to be healthy or actually improving your health while also abusing this form of sugar.

On that same note, beet sugar is not as detrimental or devastating in its effects on health.

However, also this can induce obesity, depression, diabetes, heart disease, eating disorders, aggressive behavior, hyperactivity, learning difficulties, and various types of cancer among other negative outcomes.[98] [99] [100] [101] [102] [103]

Thus, going for this kind of gummy vitamins is definitely not worth for your health.

In truth, you are poisoning your brain and body more by using the Olly Women Multivitamin than improving your overall health and well-being.

By my books, this is wasted money.

Final Thoughts On Olly Women Multivitamin

I absolutely get why people are buying this supplement. It’s very likable visually. No wonder it has found its way onto Amazon Bestsellers in the multivitamin category.

Final Thoughts On The Olly Women Multivitamin ReviewHowever, the existing hype around it should not cloud your judgment.

It’s not a great one and will not truly benefit your health.

Sure, short-term you might feel like it’s adding some benefit and helping you pull some weight.

However, this will be very deceiving.

Furthermore, your exposure to not the healthiest additives (to say the least) is very likely to come back later to bite you even if it’s not immediately noticeable or completely apparent.

Unlike this one there are many awesome multivitamin supplements out there that offer great value and does not promise health implications through the additives that they employ. To learn more check out this article.

Other than that, I hope the review helped you find the information you were looking for. But if not, definitely let me know in the comments on how I could further improve it.

If you get a chance, even one line in the comments helps a ton and will be highly and sincerely appreciated.

Hope to see you in another article!

Cheers, Stay Healthy & Have a Great One!

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  • Samaryana

    March 2, 2019 - 17:56

    Thanks very much for this revealing article, I can’t really imagined the danger taking this toxin cum multivitamin would pose on unsuspecting users. I keep wondering how these types of supplements made their way in to the market, and even managed to becoming a best seller. I checked out your post on the 11 best supplements, it’s very helpful. I’m very glad to have come about this life saving articles. 

    • @MatissDzelve

      March 2, 2019 - 19:24

      Hey, Samaryana!

      I do think it has a lot to do with the marketing in place promoting supplements like this.
      Either way, I’m delighted you enjoyed the article. And I genuinely appreciate the kind words, it means a lot to me. 🙂

      Cheers, and have a Great One!

  • Mary

    March 2, 2019 - 01:58

    There is so much in this article on “Olly Women Multivitamin Review”, I feel your content gives readers useful but most importantly unbiased information in an interesting way. I liked the easy, simple to follow and understand way you exposed the supplement. It made a difference for me. Thank you for sharing!

    • @MatissDzelve

      March 2, 2019 - 19:09

      Hey, Mary!

      I’m really happy to hear that. Totally made my day! 🙂
      And thank you for the kind words, I sincerely appreciate it!

      Cheers, and have a Wonderful Day!

  • Dave Sweney

    February 28, 2019 - 14:23

    While I was on your website researching the Amway multivitamin recommended to me by my family, I decided to have a look around for another one that they have mentioned that my wife should be using. I am now a bit cautious based on the last recommendation, so decided to have a look at this Olly Women Multivitamin review.

    It seems to me that the family has very little credibility left with me after reading through your review. I am shocked at just how many products like this that are out there making misleading claims about the wonders they offer the people taking the multivitamins they are peddling.

    The nutrient forms are average, the diversity and amounts contained in a daily dose are under the minimums, and it has only one additional beneficial substance, the inositol. This does not give me confidence that this multivitamin is worth the money nor is it worth my wife taking them.

    As I stated in the last comment, I am passing this link on to the family members pushing this supplement on us, as I truly think they must come by and read through ALL your excellent detailed reviews. This is the most detailed,, well-researched review site on supplements that I have come across. Thanks for all your hard work.  

    • @MatissDzelve

      February 28, 2019 - 20:50

      Hey, Dave!

      I truly deeply appreciate the time it took you to leave the comments. It helps insane amount. Thank you. <3
      And I'm absolutely thrilled that you found the review helpful and educational.

      But above all, there are no words in English to express my sincere gratitude for the kind words of yours. It truly, truly means a lot to me. 🙂

      Cheers, Dave, have a Great One!

  • Henry

    February 27, 2019 - 16:41

    Hi! You really have useful reviews on your site. I’m glad I found it.

    I have been searching for multivitamin supplements and have read a couple of your posts. Olly Women Multivitamin indeed is very likable visually. But that’s all. I’m impressed how a product can make it to Amazon Bestsellers under delivering. Thank you for warning us so we don’t fall into this trap.

    • @MatissDzelve

      February 27, 2019 - 17:33

      Hey, Henry!

      Thank you for the kind words, I sincerely appreciate it! Means a lot. <3
      Glad I could help.
      Other than that, you'll be surprised how many mediocre and outright dangerous supplements make it to the Amazon Bestsellers due to their effective marketing. It's really mind-boggling.

      Cheers, Henry, have a Great One!

  • Polycarp Momoh

    February 23, 2019 - 11:43

    Nice article. I just shared the link to someone special. Although I’ve never thought much about multivitamin supplements. Not being a lady though hasn’t restricted me from Learning about the important of multivitamin from your review because I do have a feeding agenda or plan. Would you be kind enough to one day make a review on one for guys? It would be very helpful those that read it. Thanks. 

    • @MatissDzelve

      February 24, 2019 - 05:11

      Hey, Polycarp!

      I’m really happy to hear you found the article educational.
      Sure, if there’s a men’s equivalent to this one, I’ll definitely make it happen.

      Cheers, and have a Great One!

  • icb50

    February 21, 2019 - 14:02

    This review is a good eye opener. Many products like this abound with frivolous claims just to sell without considering the health implications to the consumers. Some vitamins that contain additives can be harmful to health with side effects .

    A nice review of this nature clearly points us to the right product to buy and alerts us of any danger or defects. I therefore will sort for other multivitamin supplements that offer great value and does not promise health implications through the additives that they contain. Thank you for this review.

    • @MatissDzelve

      February 21, 2019 - 18:56

      Hey, Icb50!

      I’m truly delighted you found great value in this. 🙂
      And thank you for the kind words, I appreciate it!

      Cheers, and have a Great One!

  • LeNard Simmons

    February 19, 2019 - 14:25

    Thank you for sharing this post. I found it loaded with information. Keep up the good work. I can see now how these vitamins actually do not help a woman body get the nutrition it truly needs and is an expense to their health if anything. I do feel like you need a multivitamin to ensure good eating habits, especially those people that are constantly being in a hurry. This, however, is not the one. Ironic do I find its name – The Perfect One. A lot of puffery, little value. ~LeNard seconds2work

    • @MatissDzelve

      February 19, 2019 - 21:44

      Hey, LeNard!

      Glad you enjoyed the article and found it educational! Am happy to share it! 🙂
      A lot of puffery, little value, indeed.

      Cheers, LeNard!
      Have a Great One!

  • Ciara

    February 19, 2019 - 08:23

    I have always felt that taking a multi vitamin in gummy form was ironic. Yes, you may be getting some good, but you have to have the bad. I understand this concept for children, but as adults it is a huge no-no.

    I live a vegan lifestyle and only take the vitamins I know I do not get on a regular basis: Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D with K. I think it is better to get your vitamins and minerals from the foods you eat whenever you can! 

    With that said, this was a very un-biased way of reading the review of Olly’s multivitamin and I surely appreciate you taking the time to do it!


    • @MatissDzelve

      February 19, 2019 - 08:31

      Hey, Ciara!

      I completely agree – healthy food should always be the foundation. 🙂
      I’m really grateful for the appreciation for the time it took for me to put it together, Ciara. Means a lot.
      By the way, love your name! 🙂

      Cheers, and have a Great One!

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