We drink water to moisturize our skin from the inside out, take various supplements for heart health, and still more to boost brainpower. But what about our hair? Surely our tresses also deserve a bit of love when it comes to the nutrition stakes?
Our hair puts up with a lot. From heat styling to chemicals that color, straighten, and curl, most of us are guilty of hair abuse on an infinite scale. Yet we still expect it to be glossy, shiny, and strong.
Our crowning glory puts up with a lot. We blast it with heat, tie it in knots, subject it to chemical processes, and abuse it with the odd unhealthy nutrition binge (shock horror!). But despite all of that we often fail to give our hair the same love and attention that we lavish upon our skin.
We all know about super-foods that nourish us from the inside out. But did you know that when it comes to feeding and protecting our hair Moroccan hair oil has similar properties for your crowning glory? And the great thing is that we can take advantage of this wonderfully rich oil that contains keratin, nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants in a number of ways: and that includes using it as a heat protectant.
Hair loss for both men and women can be devastating. There are a bunch of old wives’ tales that continue to do the rounds about how to prevent hair loss or re-grow hair that’s already jumped ship. Most, sadly, are pretty useless. But what about the use of argan oil or Moroccan argan oil hair products? Can they possibly have a positive effect?
Mother Nature really smashed it when she gave us the wonder that is argan oil. When it comes to head to toe hydration, this all-natural oil is nothing short of miraculous. If you’ve ever wondered why women (and men) from North Africa have such wonderful skin and luscious locks, you can bet your bottom dollar that it’s down to the fact that they use the oil from the nut of the argan tree—one that grows only in a particular region of southwest Morocco.
Frequent washing of the scalp with harsh cleansers can upset your scalp leading to issues such as inflammation. Basically, washing your hair too much can reduce the presence of good microorganisms— letting the bad bacteria take over.
Brittle hair that’s breaking and needs some repair? We’ve got the answers and all kinds of advice. Before we get into all the products that will lead to healthy hair, let’s focus on nutrition for a moment. Your diet and vitamins are vital for healthy hair, both iron and proteins are key components for strong locks that are radiantly shiny. The cells that build your hair are one of the fastest growing within the body; however, they are also heavily affected if you don't eat right.