First Day Kids Multivitamin Review

by Briana Marie
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First Day Kids Organic Multivitamin

For the past few years now, my kids have been taking gummy multivitamins from First Day. After a couple of months of use, I decided to share my first honest review of the product and I am updating it regularly to include any new findings or developments.

In this review, I will be discussing the product in detail, the price, pros and cons, and more to help you make a decision.

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About the Brand

First Day was founded by two friends who wanted to create supplements that actually addressed some of the answers they had about our health and nutrition.

They work with leading doctors, scientists, and experts in health and wellness to ensure that product is meeting the needs of families. 

You can find more information on the brand and its history right on their website.

About the Product

The Kids Daily Essential Multivitamin is made with a blend of organic fruits and veggies for children ages 3+. It is also gelatin-free and comes with a 45-Day Money-Back Guarantee

As of 2021, the gummies are currently manufactured in Germany.

These kid-friendly multivitamin gummies include key antioxidants and phytonutrients and also contain 50-80% less sugar than leading brands! What else can you expect from this product?

❌ NO Artificial Dyes

❌ NO Artificial Flavors

✅ Comes with a reusable bottle and recyclable refill pouches

The Science

These gummies are designed using simple ingredients and contain the following essentials:

  • Vitamin A- 14% Daily Value– commonly found in carrots, kale, and squash and support immune health, vision, and cellular communication
  • Vitamin B1- 25% Daily Value– commonly found in whole grains, seaweed, and legumes and supports metabolism and cellular maintenance
  • Vitamin B2- 26% Daily Value– commonly found in yogurt, asparagus, and spinach and supports metabolism, vision, and cellular development
  • Vitamin B6- 22% Daily Value– commonly found in bananas, chickpeas, and potatoes and supports immune health, hemoglobin development, and enzymatic reactions 
  • Vitamin B9 (Folate) – 20% Daily Value– commonly found in broccoli, leafy greens, and Brussel sprouts, and supports cellular reproduction
  • Vitamin B12- 75% Daily value– commonly found in nuts and seeds, lentils, and peas and supports red blood cell formation and brain function and development
  • Vitamin C- 22% Daily Value– commonly found in oranges and peppers, and is an antioxidant that also supports collagen formation
  • Vitamin D3- 50% Daily Value– commonly found in fish and dairy products and supports immune health and bone development
  • Vitamin K- 21% Daily Value– commonly found in cheese and soybeans and supports hemoglobin development and calcium regulation
First Day Kids multivitamin nutrition label from
First Day Kids Multivitamin Nutrition label from

Frequently Asked Questions

Since I started using these vitamins and sharing my experience on my social accounts, I have been getting a few questions. I wanted to address some of the questions I am asked most frequently about these vitamins. Continue reading below for a brief Q&A.

Do My Children Really Need a Multivitamin?

I always recommend consulting with your child’s physician to determine whether or not a supplement is necessary. But I will say, we don’t always get the nutrients we need through our regular diet, and multivitamins can be a great way to make up for what we may not be getting through our food.

Are First Day Gummies Allergen Free?

These gummies are made in an allergen-free facility and they DO NOT contain: milk, eggs, fish, tree nuts, peanuts, soybeans, and wheat. They are also gluten-free and Non-GMO.

Are First Day Gummies Sugar-Free?

First Day Vitamins contain a small amount of organic cane sugar. 

Where Does the Natural Flavor and Color Come from in First Day vitamins?

The gummies are flavored and colored using organic fruits and veggies.

Is there a Subscription Option for First Day Multivitamins?

Yes! We previously utilized the subscription service for these gummies, so we got our refill pouches sent to us automatically each month.

My Personal Experience

Both of my kids ages 7 and 10 love their First Day Multivitamin gummies. (This is surprising for my 7-year-old, as she is typically super picky). As a matter of fact, they love these gummies so much, they reminded me every day to order more the first time they ran out. We now get the subscription to avoid this issue.

I will say, the first time we ordered, it took us like 4 weeks to actually receive our vitamins! I reached out to the company and they assured me that this was NOT the norm. They also gave me a discount on my next order for the inconvenience wish I can appreciate.

But I’ll admit, I was initially turned off by the slow delivery time. 

However, I did give them another chance. And this hopefully won’t continue to be an issue. 

I personally love the super cute refillable containers that came with our first order. I also love the cleaner ingredients in these gummies so while they are not cheap, I do plan to continue purchasing. 

How to Buy

If you are interested in trying these gummies for your kids, you can CLICK HERE

Each bottle comes with a 30-day supply of gummies for one child. There is a discount for additional children. You can visit their website for up-to-date pricing.

Are They Worth it?

I will definitely say these multivitamin gummies are worth the purchase. They are not the cheapest supplements on the market, but their quality is totally worth every cent.

I feel like First Day picked up where many other brands fell short. I take my children’s health and well-being very seriously. So, I am more than happy to spend a few extra dollars for a quality multivitamin. 

However, I completely understand that these multivitamins are a bit of a luxury and priced accordingly. Take advantage of discounts whenever you can! And ultimately, talk to your physician about cheaper alternatives if necessary. There are plenty of options out there! I discuss a few of those alternatives here.

I suggest purchasing a single bottle for your child to try out before committing to a subscription.

But yes, I will definitely say these gummies are worth it. They also have a Women’s Daily Multivitamin which I currently take and have reviewed as well. 


  • Briana Marie

    Briana Marie is a mental health and financial literacy advocate, and founder of Major League Mommy. In her spare time, Briana enjoys yoga, travel, and spending time with her Husband and two daughters.

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