Natural Ways To Take Care of Your Hair
With the arrival of the summer season, we are more likely to spend long seasons in the sun or taking long baths in the sea or pool. But this, that makes us enjoy both, it may be too dangerous for our skin and our hair. If when we go to the beach, we protect our skin with protective plots, we also take special care in serving our hair, might suffer much from the effects of sun, chlorine, salt or sand.
The scalp is an extension of our skin and is also affected by Hormonal changes in women and therefore suffers an erosion of elastin, collagen and that affects the quality of hair. Over time certain hormonal changes occur that affect the skin and hair. In women, for example, the drop in estrogen levels decrease the production of sebum in the sebaceous glands, which affects the hair leaving it dry and dull. The extrinsic or premature aging is given by the constant exposure to aggressor elements like sun, hard water, chlorine, detergents, dyes etc., which are generating a damaged, dry and lifeless appearance of our hair, i.e. the washed, dried, brushed and combed, daily repeated over time, are chronic trauma to our real hair, not to mention the excessive treatments or inappropriate chemicals we submit to our hair. This action adds environment, i.e. the cumulative daily exposure to light effects, wind, heat, cold, pollution, etc..
ADEQUATE FOOD HAIR CARE
Yeast (from beer)
It is a supplement rich in protein and all the vitamins of group B, being easily digestible and quickly absorbed by the body. It is also rich in magnesium, calcium and sulfur, important minerals for the scalp health.
It is rich in protein, B vitamins and essential acid groups. It is also particularly rich in vitamin E and zinc, so their usual intake contributes to caring for your hair.
Walnuts and Flaxseed
Both walnuts and flax seeds are rich in omega-6 essential acids and omega 3 plus nuts are rich in selenium.
The red fruits are foods with lots of vitamin C and antioxidants and help strengthen your hair.
Seafood is rich in iodine and zinc, plus shellfish such as mussels or cockles are easily assimilated source of iron by the body. The zinc and iron are minerals essential for the production of hair keratin.
Recipe for skin care added
to your breakfest
In a breakfast bowl mix:
• A small low-fat yogurt
• A teaspoon of yeast
• A teaspoon of wheat germ
• 1 walnut chopped
• A tea spoon of ground flax seeds
• A handful of berries (raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries)
• A tea spoon of honey
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