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Beauty Boosting Nutrients For Your Hair, Skin And Nails








The health of your hair, skin, and nails is paramount because it reflects the natural balance within your body. To enhance the health of your skin and its accessories, it is important that you provide certain vital nutrients to your body.

Beautiful hair, skin, and nails speak volumes about your personal style and grooming. It enhances your self-confidence and self-esteem.

Skin Nutrition

 Nutrients support 
  • Skin elasticity
  •  healthy keratin production
  • strengthens healthy skin, hair, and nails
  • provide antioxidant support
  • offer UV protection and 
  • helps to maintain healthy inflammatory response for skin, hair, and nails.


Beauty-boosting nutrients

Collagen

 It is a protein that helps hold the skin together giving firmness and elasticity. Collagen keeps your skin looking younger and glowing. Glycine and proline are the building blocks of collagen. Include vitamin C in your diet to boost collagen levels.

Keratin

The outermost layer of skin is mostly keratin, and it is the building block for hair and nails. University of Miami researchers found that skin cells made more collagen C4 and C7 in the presence of keratin. Reduction of these two layers results in the wrinkly and sallow skin. To enjoy a smooth, healthy skin adequate keratin levels are essential.

EGCG

This potent elixir can protect against free radical damage to the skin and also against UV damage. EGCG are the components of green tea extracts. They are very efficient in their fight against acne.

Olive fruit extract

The olive fruits contain polyphenols that have exceptional antioxidant content to promote your skin health. Japanese and Italian researchers found that olive fruit extract fights wrinkle formation to give you a soft, supple and smooth skin.

Silica

Bamboo extract is the richest known source of silica and contains over 70% of organic silica. Silica helps in collagen renewal. Clinical studies have shown that it reduces wrinkle depth, supports hair growth and strengthens your nails.

Vitamin A

It is a potent antioxidant, supports tissue repair and prevents oxidative stress, it decreases the clustering of melanin granules and reduces brown spots or pigmentation.

Vitamin D
It helps in proper maintenance of hormonal balance and ensures healthy hair follicles. It is a vital vitamin for skin integrity and hair regeneration.

Grapeseed
Grapeseed contains potent antioxidants that support healthy hair growth.

Biotin
This essential B complex vitamin helps you to have gorgeous and stunning nails.

Skin supportive minerals

Zinc, copper, and manganese play an essential role in skin, hair and nail health. Copper and manganese are essential for collagen production. Zinc is important for skin integrity and wound healing.

Conclusion

Proper nutrition, adequate sleep and a healthy dose of exercise will help you to enjoy beautiful hair, skin, and nails. Supplements can also help you to achieve the desired results.




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