Good nutrition boosts hair health
Blow dries, extensions and styling products can leave hair damaged and looking lacklustre with split ends or even thinning patches. Before reaching for your styling products, have you considered re-fuelling your hair from within?
Diet can play a key part in creating a healthier scalp and stronger hair. If you've spent that last six weeks reducing your calorie intake to shift holiday weight gain but not necessarily recharging your body with the right nutrients, this could be having a detrimental effect on your hair.
“Before you dig into hair products and treatments, examine your diet. What fuels our body is also a key factor for hair health,” say nutritional supplement experts Viviscal. “Hair follicles are among the most metabolically active in the body and are highly sensitive to calorie deficiency, protein malnutrition and sudden weight loss as well as micronutrient deficiency, effecting hair structure and growth.”
Said to be loved and used by a host of celebrities including Chloe Grace Moretz, Karlie Kloss, Jennifer Anniston, Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon and Cate Blanchett, Viviscal's supplements include active ingredient, AminoMarC®. This proprietary marine complex has shown its effectiveness through 11 clinical studies in not only helping hair grow thicker but stronger too. Research also showed the supplement reduced hair shedding by 18% and increased hair thickness by 7%.
Viviscal's supplements are complemented by a range of hair care products including Viviscal Densifying Shampoo, Densifying Conditioner, Densifying Elixir (serum), and specifically for men, Viviscal Full Force Fortifying Shampoo.
Viviscal is available the UK at viviscal.co.uk