Spirulina - For Strong and Healthy Hair

Spirulina - For Strong and Healthy Hair

Hair for some reason is directly connected to self-confidence, character notion, and a style statement. Hair is even used to distinguish different eras. And the first thing people wish for when they start a day is to have a “Great Hair Day”. 

But having great hair isn’t a miraculous process. After all, hair is just another part of your body, that has the ability to grow old with you and react to everything you eat and do. 

A good nutritious diet is will get you halfway through to having healthy, shiny hair. And there is not so magic portion for it, Repeat after us “S.P.I.R.U.L.I.N.A”.

(P.S: If we had said this in Medieval Europe, we could have been accused of practicing Witchcraft)

Promotes Hair Regrowth

Yeah, Hair Regrowth is possible. But securing existing hair is far more important. And you know what they say about prevention. Hair needs nutrients like vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, Zinc, and Iron, and fatty acids like omega 3 and omega 6, to grow strong and have a healthy root. 

Spirulina is known for its 60% and above protein content and it has every nutrient that hair requires to grow and stay strong, healthy, and shiny. 

Having a spirulina-rich diet and adding spirulina powder to your juices, smoothies and other recipes will provide your body and hair abundance of nutrients.

Fights Dandruff

Hair starts growing from hair follicles that are under the skin and passes through an oil gland which adds strength and shininess to hair and grows outside. When dust and other synthetic products react with these oil glands, it forms dandruff.

Dandruff affects hair growth and weakens the hair. A spirulina-infused hair mask is one highly effective solution. Anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of spirulina will eradicate dandruff from the scalp and cure itching and redness on scalp. 

It nourishes hair from both inside and outside.

Nourish Hair and Prevents Graying

Spirulina is also called Elixir of life as it prevents oxidative DNA damage and lipid peroxidation. As we grow old, cell reproduction decreases, and oil in oil glands gets depleted.

Nutrients in spirulina promote oil secretion in sebaceous glands. And Spirulina induces cell reproductions.

This makes sure your hair looks always young and nourished.

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