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Vitamin A Drops

  • Healthy immune system support
  • Supports a healthy throat
  • Supports healthy skin, eyes and vision

Who Needs Vitamin A Drops

Are you looking to support the health of your skin, vision, teeth and overall body? Maintaining normal levels of the active form of Vitamin A, retinyl palmitate, plays an important role in supporting health in these areas.

Vitamin A Drops is an effective formula containing 750 mcg RAE (2,500 IU) of vitamin A per single drop.

If you can relate to one or more of the following statements, then Vitamin A Drops may be helpful for you, or your kid, in supporting a healthy immune system, eyes, skin and throat.

Vitamin A Drops contain an effective amount of vitamin A. Unlike beta-carotene, retinyl palmitate is a biologically active form that can be used directly by your body. This form also bypasses common genetic variations in the BCO1 gene, which may affect a large portion of the population.

Many vitamin A supplements contain unfavorable ingredients such as soy, rancid fish oils, rancid fatty acids and low quality liver oils. Many contain only beta-carotene. This carotenoid requires multiple biochemical, and enzymatic, conversions before becoming the bioactive form of retinol.

Here at Seeking Health, we understand the importance of a pure form vitamin A. Our Vitamin A Drops provide you with high-quality retinol in a liposomal form that your body can efficiently absorb and utilize.

Vitamin A Drops support healthy:

  • Overall immune health
  • Antioxidant function
  • Skin & mucous membranes
  • Eye health, including tear production, and night vision
  • Dental health, including normal saliva production
  • Fertility (female & male)
  • Normal growth and development
  • Wound healing

Side effects of vitamin A deficiency can include:

  • Night blindness
  • Dry skin or flaky skin
  • Acne
  • Dry eyes
  • Infertility
  • Immune issues
  • Poor wound healing
  • Birth defects
  • Fetal heart disease or abnormality

A deficiency of this fat-soluble vitamin can occur for several reasons. You can have a variation in your BC01 gene, which converts the inactive form of vitamin A from fruits and vegetables called beta-carotene to the active form that your body can use, retinyl palmitate. This active form of vitamin A is only found in animal food sources and dairy products. For example, concentrated natural omega-3 fish oil or liver oil are great sources of retinyl palmitate.

Individuals who eat a plant-based diet often exhibit lower levels of this active form of vitamin A. Bright orange fruits, like cantaloupe, and vegetables, like sweet potatoes, contain the carotenoid beta-carotene, an inactive or “pre-” vitamin form of vitamin A. Unfortunately, the conversion of this type of pre-vitamin to the actual vitamin A is not very efficient. This is why vitamin A supplements are often important for vegetarians, and particularly vegans. They are typically more prone to being below the recommended dietary allowance (RDA).

Zinc deficiency is another cause for low levels of vitamin A in the blood. Zinc is required to help transport vitamin A throughout the body, but a zinc deficiency means that less vitamin A stores in the liver are moved to the body’s tissues. If you have lower levels of vitamin A, consider having your zinc levels checked out, and look into supplementing with our Zinc Lozenge.

Seeking Health’s Vitamin A Drops can be taken by anyone wishing to optimize their vitamin A intake or requiring vitamin A supplementation, especially those who have trouble swallowing traditional pills or capsules.

As a fat-soluble nutrient, vitamin A is more difficult to absorb than water-soluble vitamins. Per drop, Seeking Health’s Vitamin A Drops deliver 750 mcg RAE (2,500 IU) vitamin A in a well absorbed liposome. Liposomes are known for superior absorption. This is especially important for those having difficulty absorbing nutrients.

Experience the benefits of vitamin A. Buy a bottle, or more, of Vitamin A Drops now. It's a great supplement to have in your supplement shelf at home. You never know when you're going to need it. You'll only wish you had it when you do!

Customer Review

Liquid is so much better!

Straight liquid Vitamin A is wonderful! I love how these products are simply only what you need. Thank you! ~Shannon W.

Key Ingredients In Vitamin A Drops

  • Vitamin A (retinyl palmitate): An effective serving of this essential vitamin supports a healthy immune system, vision, mucus membrane, and skin.

Why Vitamin A Drops Works

Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin that is stored in the liver. It has a structure similar to some hormones, and appears to act like a hormone. Much like vitamin D, vitamin A will bind to receptors on DNA that leads to the transcription of many genes. When new tissues are being built, it is imperative that genes are read often and correctly. This is true when fast dividing cells need to be replaced or replicated such as in the intestines. This is also why vitamin A is essential for sperm development, oocyte development, fetal development, lung tissue health, eye health, and skin replication and repair.

Have you ever noticed that the word “retina” has the same root as retinoids? Both rod and cone cells in the eyes use different forms of retinoids (vitamin A) in order to process light signals. Rods determine whether something is light or dark. Cones help us see both light and color.

You may have heard that vitamin A can be found in foods like sweet potatoes and other brightly-colored fruits and vegetables. However, it’s important to realize that the form of vitamin A found in plants is beta-carotene. This is not an active, usable form of vitamin A.

It is critical to get vitamin A in its active form, called retinol. Why? Because not everyone can adequately convert the inactive form, beta-carotene, into the active form, retinol. One of the enzymes responsible for converting beta-carotene into retinol in the liver is called beta-carotene oxygenase 1 (BCO1).

The most common type of gene variation is called a Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNPs). Certain SNPs in the BCO1 gene may slow down your BCO1 enzymes and reduce this conversion. This leads to lower vitamin A utilization. Even without SNPs, your body has to work harder to convert beta-carotene into its active retinol form. Consuming vitamin A as retinyl palmitate, an active form of vitamin A, is key to bypassing this enzymatic conversion and getting the best utilization of vitamin A in the body.

Now, in the presence of retinyl palmitate, retinoic acid is then formed which helps support a healthy inflammatory response. When retinoic acid is released to immune cells during inflammation, it works as an antioxidant.

This helps support the following:

  • Overall immune health
  • Healthy skin and mucous membranes
  • Ocular and dental health

By supplementing with Seeking Health’s Vitamin A Drops, you’re getting the active source of vitamin A. Vitamin A Drops is an effective formula containing 750 mcg (retinol activity equivalents) RAEs of vitamin A per single drop in a highly-absorbable liposomal delivery of retinyl palmitate.

Vitamin A Drops
Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Drop
Servings Per Container: 600

Vitamin A (as retinyl palmitate) 750 mcg RAE (2,500 IU) 83%
DV = Daily Value

other Ingredients: purified water, vegetable glycerin, sunflower lecithin with tocopherols, MCT ( medium chain triglycerides) oil, organic acacia gum, choline bitartrate, potassium sorbate, Lipid ProtectTM [oleic acid, CoQ10, tocotrienols with carotenoids, CMO ( cetyl myristoleate (kombo nut oil), astaxanthin oil ( algae)].

  • Suitable For: Vegetarians and Vegans
  • Delivery Method: Liquid
  • How To Store: Keep in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Keep out of reach by children.

Free Of: Dairy, Eggs, Fish, Gluten, GMO, Peanuts, Sesame, Shellfish, Soy, Tree Nuts, Wheat, Artificial Colors, Artificial Flavors, and Artificial Preservatives

How to Use Vitamin A Drops

Suggested Use

Shake prior to use. Take 1 drop by mouth daily, hold in back of throat for a few seconds, then swallow. May use any time of day with or without food. Use as directed by your healthcare professional.


Pregnant or lactating women, and children, should consult their healthcare practitioner prior to use. Do not use if seal is broken or missing.

FAQs for Vitamin A Drops

What is the purpose of each ingredient in Vitamin A Drops?

Ingredients Purpose
Vitamin A Support healthy immune function and vision, normal growth and development, and the health of skin and mucous membranes

Who is Vitamin A Drops intended for?

Vitamin A Drops are intended for those seeking to support healthy immune function and vision, normal growth and development, and the health of skin and mucous membranes, especially those who have trouble swallowing traditional pills or capsules.

Vitamin A Drops can be taken by anyone needing a potent, well-absorbed vitamin A format, as this product is in a micellized liquid with 750 mcg RAE per single droplet.

How to use Vitamin A Drops?

As a dietary supplement, carefully dispense one drop and take by mouth daily or use as directed by your healthcare professional. Do not put in eye.

Please be aware that this is an extremely potent product, and high doses of vitamin A can be potentially toxic.

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  • D Profile picture for Danielle
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    I do not recommend this product
    Rated 1 out of 5 stars
    1 week ago
    New formula

    Bring back the old formula.

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    Seeking Health
    7 minutes ago

    Hello Danielle,

    Thank you for reaching out to us! I have added your suggestion of bringing back the old formula for the Vitamin A drops, to our customer feedback file that is reviewed monthly!


  • KI
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    2 weeks ago
    Vitamin A 2500 me

    Hello, I really love this vitamin A for its form and dosage. An excellent option for children and adults.

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    Linda C.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    1 month ago
    Great Fingernails

    I didn’t buy it for my fingernails, but seriously!! Adding this is the ONLY change to my supplements and diet, and my nails have been amazing!!

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