There are tonnes of factors that can affect the health of our hair, from stress, to heat-styling, diet and lifestyle.
Sometimes our hair needs a helping hand to look it's best. Whether you want your hair to grow longer, to feel fuller or to look thicker, we need to ensure our hair is healthy to help it shine.
We’ve taken the best vitamins for hair and blended them into one delicious lime and mint flavoured formula with our Hair Drinkable Vitamins.
Biotin, or Vitamin B7 is found naturally in eggs, spinach and sweet potatoes. Often regarded as the holy grail of hair growth supplements, studies have shown that biotin supplementation improves hair quality, growth and strength.
In our quest for long, strong, shiny tresses, we often forget that our scalp is just as important as the hair itself. Zinc helps with cell tissue growth and plays an important role in the oil glands in the scalp, ensuring they produce enough sebum which keeps hair moisturised and the scalp hydrated.
Nothing says healthy hair quite like beautiful, vibrant colour. Copper plays an important role in melanin formation, and the pigmentation of the hair. Lower copper levels can actually affect our hair colour, which can lead to grey hairs.
Vitamin C is most well known as an immune-booster, but did you know it also assists our bodies in making collagen, which helps to strengthen hair follicles? Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant which can help to fight against free radicals which can damage our cells leading to slower hair growth
Aloe Vera has been part of many Ayurvedic preparations for thousands of years. It’s usage can be traced back as far as 6,000 years to ancient Egypt where it was used to treat hair loss among many other ailments. The pharaohs were clearly onto a good thing as Aloe Vera is packed full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals which can be linked to hair growth.
Sunflower Oil is made from pressing sunflower seeds and extracting the oil from them. Rich in Zinc and Vitamin E content, Sunflower Oil increases blood circulation, stimulating the hair follicle, which in turn promotes healthy hair growth.
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