If you find that your hair and skin are looking a little dull or damaged lately, and your diet doesn’t
seem to be cutting it, it might be time to look into using some natural
supplements. Many have proven to increase the health of your hair and skin – and it’s a much better
alternative to expensive beauty therapies!
If you do have some more obvious cosmetic hair issues though, sometimes even supplements
might not be enough to cover up pesky balding spots or bits of scalp peeking through. Hair
concealers like BioTHIK are a great way
to flawlessly hide these patches, and require minimal effort to apply. Simply sprinkle the concealer
on the problem areas, pat it down and away you go. It’ll stay on no matter the weather – and it’s
basically unrecognizable. In fact, everyone will be jealous of your thick, luscious locks.
Here are a few that have proven health
If you’re a keen swimmer or find yourself out in the sun quite a bit, then you’ve probably noticed
that your hair and skin can be a bit dry. Biotin is a great supplement that can aid in reversing the
effects of chlorine and/or salt water. It’s also great for making your nails stronger.
Fish oil is one of the more well-known supplements – but many people take it without knowing
what it’s actually good for! Fish are very good sources of fatty acids, which are essential to a healthy
body, skin and head of hair. Instead of eating bulk amounts of fish, taking a fish oil tablet is a great
alternative to get more of these nutrients into our system. You can even get odourless varieties of
fish oil tablets for those who aren’t a big fan of the smell.
Iron and Vitamin C
Another common supplement – iron and vitamin C is really good for preventing or slowing hair loss.
A common cause of hair loss (and other health problems) is a lack of iron, also known as anemia.
Taking iron tablets replenish the iron stocks in the blood – and vitamin C helps the absorption
process. These supplements aren’t expensive and are very accessible; just keep an eye on your dose
Probiotics have very long and complicated names – what you need to know is that they are
essentially good bacteria, and great for problematic acne. Increasing the probiotics in your diet
has shown to be effective in the fight against blemishes, plus improve your digestive system and
reduce bloating. Yoghurt is often touted as a great natural source of probiotics; otherwise they are
available in supplement form.
So if you feel like your skin and hair aren’t shining quite as brightly as they could be, or your body
needs a little extra oomph to keep ticking along, natural supplements are a great way to keep you on
the road to health and wellness.
What are some of your favourite supplements?