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The best immunity-boosting supplements to add to your ritual

Last Updated: 26/10/2021

Whether you’re wanting to update your ritual to help ward off the seasonal sniffles or support your body, brain and mind with an immunity-boosting {supplement} that will keep your body and mind in tip top condition all-year-round, our range of {immunity supplements} are here to help you do just that.

There’s a host of vitamins and formulas to pick from, from vegan-friendly vitamin D3 to easy-to-use liquid and powder formulas perfect for those who struggle swallowing softgels and capsules. Here’s some of our {wellbeing} favourites that have been flying off the shelves in 2020…


Supporting everything from your immune function and the absorption of key nutrients to your mood and muscle health, vitamin D is indispensable, to say the least. It helps to boost your immune system by interacting directly with the cells that fight infection, plus it promotes the absorption of calcium: vital for the normal function of your muscles and bones.

The Nue Co’s {Vitamin D} delivers 375% of the daily value of vitamin D and as a sublingual spray, it has an impressive 2.6% higher absorption rate compared to capsules. Meanwhile, Solgar offer a vegan-friendly, vitamin D3 available in {liquid} and {capsule} form.


Designed to boost your overall health, these multivitamins boast a sling of easily-absorbed vitamins, minerals and nutrients to cover all bases; supporting your immune system, brain, metabolism, stress control and hormonal balance.

From anatomē’s {Daily Wellbeing + Vitamin Complex} for women or their {Men’s Daily Essentials + Immune Support} to Equi London’s {Pregnancy Formula} and Rejuvenated Ltd’s {Immune Complex}, these mini yet mighty capsules are designed to help support your day-to-day life with a boost of much-needed vitamins to keep your body running at its very best.


Incredibly easy to incorporate into your daily routine, these immune-boosting powders and liquids can be added to your breakfast, water or protein shake to get the very most out of your food and drink intake.

The ultimate way to boost your wellbeing and re-energise your body, the {Defence Drops} 10% from Apothem Labs harness ultra-refined CBD and a medley of nourishing extracts to lend a helping hand to the upkeep of your immune system. This blend is supercharged with inflammation-easing shiitake mushroom, antioxidant-rich ginger, anti-microbial goldenseal and echinacea a botanical that is commonly used to fend against colds. With a pleasant lemon and ginger taste profile, you wont need a spoonful of sugar to help these go down!

Meanwhile The Beauty Chef offers a powder as well as a liquid. The {Body Inner Beauty Support} has been specially designed to support nutrition, immunity and weight maintenance, working /the-beauty-chef-body-inner-beauty-support.htmlfrom within to reduce oxidative stress while supporting digestive health, growth and maintenance of muscles and tissue as well as contributing to increased metabolism, immunity and fighting fatigue as well as bone health and general wellbeing. It contains 40 certified organic ingredients, including fermented hemp and shiitake mushrooms, an abundance of bio-fermented super-fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, prebiotics and probiotics to support digestive health – and is a great source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fibre and phytonutrients. A single dose provides 100% of your RDI of vitamin C and 50% of your RDI of vitamin D.

Finally, the {Antioxidant Inner Beauty Boost} helps to protect your skin from cellular ageing. Pomegranate and vitamins A, C and E stimulate cellular renewal for plumped, radiant skin and each serving provides a whopping six billion probiotics to promote a healthy gut balance and boost the immune system. The potency of all the ingredients have been enhanced by The Beauty Chef’s exclusive Flora Culture fermentation process, which makes the nutrients more bio-available and better absorbed by the body’s cells.


Emmie Thornhill

Emmie Thornhill

Deputy Content Editor

Emmie is Cult Beauty’s Deputy Content Editor. Her love of skin care began in primary school when she first learned the term “hormonal acne” and has been in a love-hate relationship with tea tree oil ever since. She lives in East London – where you can normally find her baking, tending to her plant jungle or planning her next tattoo or hair cut/colour appointment – and is known to start DMCs with you about your birth chart placements, the importance of wearing SPF every day and the difference between a vagina and vulva.