We all want stronger and healthier hair, the secret is not only in how you care for your hair on the outside, but most importantly what you do to help your hair from within, at that level no one else sees but you.
When it comes to getting the best nutrients from your hair vitamins, make sure you know exactly what you are taking and what to expect from them.
Read on to learn more about these powerful nutrients in every single one of our Hair Vitamins Gummies.
Number One: Biotin
Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, is one of the most powerful ingredients in our hair gummies. It is water-soluble, so it will not stay in your body for too long after you ingest it.
According to an Oxford BioLab Research Publication "nearly 40% of women who sought help for hair loss had biotin values consistent with deficiency (<100 ng/L)".
This nutrient is essential for healthy hair. If you’re experiencing hair loss not related to a disease, one of the most commonly found reasons is due to a lack of this vitamin. Biotin helps your body metabolize proteins to promote healthy hair.
Number Two: Folic Acid
Folic acid, which is a synthetic form of B vitamin folate, is a powerful ingredient for promoting hair growth.
Folic acid deficiency can lead to hair loss and a myriad of health problems. It is a synthetic form of Folate that is available in the form of Supplements. ( and some fortified foods as well )
Folate can (among many other benefits):
- Metabolize Carbohydrates and Proteins to help absorb nutrients.
- It may prevent premature graying of hair
- It can help boosting hair growth as it speeds up the process of cell division
While it not only helps prevent hair loss, it also adds volume and can even prevent early signs of gray hair by boosting the process of cell production in your body.
Number Three: Vitamin A
Vitamin A is another powerful nutrient for healthy hair. It helps your skin glands produce an oily substance called sebum. Sebum moisturizes your scalp to create the oil that keeps your hair healthy. Your hair requires this vitamin to stay moisturized and grow.
According to Sofia.com "If the sebaceous glands are underactive and sebum is naturally lacking in the body, vitamin A helps to produce this, ultimately moisturizing the skin and scalp, preventing them from becoming overly dry, making hair glossy and skin radiant."
But you must keep things in balance, too much vitamin A can actually help you body produce excess of Sebum ( your body's natural oil) resulting in clogged pores, over hydrated scalp, brittle hair and hair loss.
Each Michaella Gabrielle's Hair Gummy provides you with 630 mcg of Vitamin A (Retinil Acetate) to help you keep your intake in balance.
Number Four: Vitamin C
Vitamin C helps your body synthesize the popular protein collagen, to use its amino acids and build hair protein and strengthen your hair roots.
It promotes the healthiest hair and reduces hair loss. A lack of Vitamin C can result in dry hair as well as split ends. Vitamin C is known to prevent dandruff, caused by a dry scalp, prevent early gray hair, fight against hair loss and keep your hair from becoming weak, dry, and thin.
Seasoned Pharmacist, Christina Chikaher explains " “Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin. The human body cannot manufacture or store it, therefore it must be consumed on a daily basis. In addition to being taken orally via food sources such as oranges, strawberries, kale and bell peppers, or through nutritional support supplements"
Number Five: Vitamin D3
Vitamin D3 stimulates both new and old hair follicles. Recent Studies suggest a direct link between a Vitamin D3 deficiency to alopecia, which is an autoimmune disease that causes bald patches on the scalp.
Simply put, when your body doesn't have enough vitamin D, your hair follicles will struggle to regulate hair growth and shedding.
According to Arielle Levitan, MD “There is a link between vitamin D deficiency and alopecia, and it is often one of the common causes of thinning hair or hair loss in men or women,”
Studies conducted for Journal of Molecular Sciences have concluded that deficiency in Vitamin D can be directly linked to excessive hair shedding, Female Hair Loss and Alopecia. Journal of Molecular Sciences.
Number Six: Vitamin E
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant agent that helps your body fight off the free radicals that threaten the good health of hair follicles, scalp and hair roots.
Dr Kiran Sethi of Isyaderm Clinic in New Delhi explains for Vogue “With pollution, environment, and sun exposure, our hair strands cumulatively get damaged, causing more breakage, discoloration (greying), roughness and even hair fall. Vitamin E has been shown to increase capillary circulation in the scalp, thereby helping to increase hair growth. ”
The most critical aspect for healthy hair is a healthy scalp. Vitamin E is a crucial ingredient for helping provide moisture and soothing your oil glands. This rebalances elements of your scalp, to revive and promote healthy and strong hair. If your scalp becomes dry, your sebaceous glands work in overtime which means your scalp becomes more oily than necessary. The overproduction of oil clogs your hair follicles which can cause itching, dandruff, and hair loss.
Number Seven: Vitamin B6
Vitamin B6 triggers enzymes and chemical reactions that promote the metabolism of your hair proteins, keratin and melanin, in your hair follicles. This ensures your hair follicles receive enough keratin and melanin, which results in hair growth and hair health.
As you can see, the above list numbers the seven most important nutrients in hair vitamins to showcase a powerful combination that promotes healthy, longer, and stronger hair. You will find these nutrients in the right amount on each one of our delicious Hair Gummies.
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