The foods you ingest affects the health of your hair and scalp. Nutrient rich foods provides the power that fuels hair growth.

#1 Protein - The outer layer of the hair scalp is made up of Keratin. You need a good supply of protein to build strong healthy hair.  If you are not getting enough protein your hair grows slowly and will become brittle.  Good sources of protein include lean meat, white-meat poultry, fish, low fat cheese, egg whites, spinach, beans and soy.

#2 Vitamin C - Helps your body to produce collagen. Collagen supports hair follicles by keeping vessels in the scalp healthy. Vitamin C also helps you absorb iron from plant proteins. Eat cantaloupe, broccoli, citrus fruits, kiwi, bell peppers, and red cabbage.

#3 Silica - is an important trace mineral that provides strength and flexibility to the connective tissues of your body and supports growth of your hair and nails.  Silica is also essential in the formation of collagen. Foods rich in silica includes green beans, bananas, brown rice, lentils, leafy greens, and oats.

#4 Biotin - This essential B vitamin is found naturally in salmon, egg yolks, roasted sunflower seeds, sweet potatoes, avocados. Biotin helps form keratin, the protein that strengthens hair, improves texture and stimulates growth.

#5 Eat Regularly -  Food energizes the body and boosts hair follicle activity.  A New York trichologist recommends snacking on fruits and veggies between meals to get in more nutrients and vitamins for hair growth.


Products to try

Babassu Deep Conditioner - packed with Amino acids which are the building blocks of protein to help strengthen and improve hair health 

 Deep Conditioner for Dry Hair

Healthy Scalp Serum - Rev up scalp circulation to encourage hair growth by using this oil for scalp massage

Scalp Massage Oil

March 15, 2022