Science-Backed Tips for Healthier Skin and Hair

Science-Backed Tips for Healthier Skin and Hair

Healthy hair and skin Your hair and skin say a lot about your overall health. Apart from health, having nice, flowing and healthy hair as well as a well-toned skin is everyone’s dream. You would not want to go about your daily activities with shaggy-looking and falling hair nor to have sagging, rough skin all over your body. We all want to feel, happy, vibrant and alive as we go about our business; and one way to ensure that you achieve this is to have healthy skin and hair.

There are many ideas on how you can keep your skin and hair healthy; but today we are only going to look at the scientifically proven and scientifically backed tips so that you won’t go wrong:

  1. Dress for the weather

Most of the time what we wear is either influenced by the occasion, mood or sometimes to make an impression. Nonetheless, dressing for the weather is a very critical part of keeping the hair and skin healthy. Our hair and skin are mostly exposed to the weather and hence dressing inappropriately would result in things such as wind and sunburns. This is not to mean that you should always cover up your entire body but make sure to protect your skin and hair from the harsh environmental conditions. Hats are good for summer to minimize sunburns, while gloves and scarfs are good for windburns.

  1. Eat Healthy

The function of the skin and hair on our bodies is not only for aesthetics; but they play a vital role in the overall performance of the body. The skin is a living organ; and just like any other living organ of the body, it needs adequate nutrients for sustenance and healthy growth. Scientists recommend taking plenty of vitamins and especially vitamin C to keep the skin and hair rejuvenated. Vitamin C helps in the production of collagen and proteins which are used up by the skin and hair tissues.

  1. Check the fat

Too much fat is not good for the body. However, there are some very healthy fats that will do a lot of good to the body and especially the hair and skin. Monounsaturated fats and omega 3 fatty acids are kinds of fats that do not build up cholesterol in your body; but help your body tissue grow healthy and vibrantly. And, too little fat can have adverse affects on hair and skin. So, the next time you go food shopping, don’t forget to buy lots of nuts, avocados, fish and olive oil.

You don’t have to use inorganic or unnatural means to keep your hair and skin shining. The above scientifically-backed, simple and natural tips will go a long way in keeping your skin and hair healthy. Start with these simple steps and you will be amazed at the results!

Bio:

James Allen is Chief Editor at Health Style Hub. Through Health style Hub,  he strives to empower people to make smarter, healthier choices in their lives. He makes sure his advice can be followed by regular people with busy lives.

 

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