Healthy looking hair is a sign of good health, confidence, and good hair-care practices. Genetics, age, hormones and nutrition are key factors in hair wellbeing. Just like any other cell within the body, hair cells need a variety of nutrients to grow healthy and function at their best. In fact, many nutritional deficiencies are linked to hair loss. Health concerns such as stress, trauma, medications, medical conditions, and smoking can also affect hair health.
Nutrition can have a big impact on hair health. Good nutrition can show in hair growth and hair fibre being thick, strong, shiny in appearance and poor or deficient nutrition typically correlates with hair loss symptoms, hair thinning, dull dry or brittle hair. Eating right and healthy, adequate intake of hair care supplements and staying hydrated can support hair with all that it needs to remain shiny, lustrous and strong and thus promote hair health.