Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses – Guavas

https://unsplash.com/photos/SSrYfyuWdxk

 

Hello My Sweet Girls,

Hope you are all are safe and well.

Today we will look into a fruit that is well known on many tropical islands, Guava.

Let’s look at the benefits of this awesome fruit:

Guava – KellysThoughtsonThings.com
Guava is a sweet tropical fruit which is rich in many nutrients and vitamins. This contains vitamin A, B2, C, potassium, and lycopene which are much needed for hair growth. Vitamin B2 specifically helps to repair cells and tissue in the body which can be beneficial for restoring healthy hair. The antioxidants present in guava leaves fight free radicals and prevent hair damage. The leaves of guava could act as a deep conditioner, that strengthens the hair follicles which lead to thicker and shinier hair growth. Guava leaves extract goes deep within your scalp to nourish the skin and treat dandruff at the root. Regular intake of this natural fruit provides the hair and scalp with all necessary nutrients to healthy growth over the long period of time.

Guava Leaves for Hair Growth – Food.NDTV.com

Dr. Sapna V Roshni, Cosmetic Surgeon and Hair Specialist, Cocoona Centre for Aesthetic Transformation, says, “Its benefits are many fold. It has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties which help to maintain a healthy scalp. The vitamin C content improves collagen activity aiding in hair growth and the lycopene content gives protection from sun’s UV rays. In short, guava leaves helps one to have a good hair growth solution without burning one’s pocket.”

Dr. Anshul Jaibharat, a Delhi-based Nutritionist, says, “guava leaves are a powerhouse of antioxidants like vitamin C, and flavonoids such as quercetin that are known to bring about various benefits for our health and beauty.

https://unsplash.com/photos/vUlr2F01z-o

Guavas are delicious too!

Let us check out an Easy Hair Recipe:

____________________________________________________________

Guava leaves are your new best friend – IndiaToday.com

Boil some guava leaves in a pot of water, strain out the leaves.

Let the solution cool down.

Massage this potion into your dry scalp.

Wash it off after 10-15 minutes with lukewarm water.

Use this remedy twice a week and you are sure to see fabulous results.

The leaves are an absolutely natural ingredient, free of all possible chemicals, and thus absolutely harmless.

____________________________________________________________

https://unsplash.com/photos/SSrYfyuWdxk

If you ever try, please share with us in the comments to let us know your results.

Thanks so much for visiting and hope you are enjoying the series.

Isle of Azure

Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses – Figs

https://unsplash.com/photos/8V6yVq1XaKs

Figs

Hello Sweeties,

Hope you and your family are well.

Today is a fruit known to many and loved by even more, Figs.

As I did not know they are also beneficial for our hair, cant’t wait to find out more, so let dive right in:

Figs benefits for hair – HealthLine.com 

Figs are a popular ingredient in many shampoos, conditioners, and hair masques. The fruit is believed to strengthen and moisturize hair, and promote hair growth. Scientific research on the benefits of figs for hair is lacking, but there’s some evidence that some of the vitamins and minerals may help keep your hair healthy.

Eat figs twice a week for healthy hair – DailySabah.Com

Fruits rich in Vitamin C combat hair loss problems and help keep hair healthy. Figs contain nutrients that promote hair health, such as magnesium and Vitamins C and E, which help hair growth. The nutrients in this fruit stimulate blood circulation in the body to speed up hair growth.

Figs contain a high amount of calcium which contributes to the formation of collagen that forms our hair and head skin. Figs are also very popular in the hair care industry, and fig extract is used in some hair creams, providing moisture to the scalp and slowing hair loss, while moistening the hair without aggravating it.

Benefits of Figs For Hair – StyleCraze.com 

Condition Hair

Figs are very popular in the hair care industry as their extracts are used to create amazing hair conditioners. These extracts provide moisture to the scalp and help in the detangling of hair. They moisturize the hair without making it heavy or weighed down.

Promote Hair Growth

Hair loss usually occurs due to lack of proper nourishment. Figs contain hair-friendly nutrients like magnesium, vitamin C, and vitamin E which promote hair growth. The essential nutrients present in this fruit stimulate blood circulation in the scalp to accelerate hair growth.

 

https://unsplash.com/photos/gPAFDxTtQUM

Pretty awesome benefits but how about some hair recipes, right? Here we go:

____________________________________________________________

How to make fig smoothie for hair? – DuskySkin.com

To Make Fig Smoothie, you require:

  1. 3 figs
  2. 1 glass of milk
  3. 1 teaspoon of brown sugar
  4. 1 teaspoon of fresh butter

Put all the ingredients in a blender, blend well. Pour in a glass and in the morning, before breakfast, have this smoothie. It’s full of nutrients, a healthy drink can be equally used in summer or winter. Basically, it’s for hairs but has a lot of other health benefits.

Figs Water For Hair

Take  5 dried figs and soak in water for the whole night. In the morning, eat figs before the meal. Take figs water in a bowl, add one teaspoon of honey and apply on your hairs. Leave for 1 hour and then rinse off. Do this daily.

Figs water using daily provide essential nutrients to the scalp, with regular use, it will add shine, moisture to your hairs. Also useful in split, dry, damaged hairs.

____________________________________________________________

Do let us know if you do, try to implement into your diet, remember, just 2 day to see the benefits.

https://unsplash.com/photos/WgLYH-QEYT0

Thanks so much for visiting and Have a Great Day. 

Isle of Azure

 

 

Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses – Elderberry

https://pixabay.com/images/id-4434796/

Elderberries Yummy Berries

 

 

Hello Sweeties,

Another week, another post and hoping you are all doing well.

Today we will review a fruit that have never had but looks delish, Elderberries. 

Let us review the benefits:

  1. Improve Hair Health – The berries work great for your hair as well. You can take some elder-flower oil (you should be getting it in the market) and mix it with some of your other favorite oils. Apply on the problem areas of your scalp. The serum can treat split ends, problematic hairlines, and might even encourage hair growth. StyleCraze.com
  2. Reduces Hair Fall Risk – Elderberries are very beneficial for our hair and scalp. They are useful not only for promoting hair growth but are also good for reducing hair fall. GoodHealthAll. 
  3. Promotes Hair Growth – Consuming elderberries on a regular and moderate basis is very beneficial for maintaining our scalp health and thus promotes the growth of new hair follicles. GoodHealthAll.
  4. Make Our Hair Strong And Lustrous – Elderberries are a good source of various nutrients like vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytonutrients, polyphenols, and dietary fibers, etc., and the presence of these compounds make them very beneficial for our hair follicles and scalp. GoodHealthAll. 

 

https://pixabay.com/images/id-4434794/

 

Now let us look into a Hair Oil Serum: 

____________________________________________________________

Elderflower Oil Hair Serum – Bustle.Com 

Elderflower and its oil can be a little pricy, but I couldn’t deprive my tresses of the nutrients my scalp needs to promote growth and circulation.

For this recipe, I used an ounce of my precious elder oil and then added some of my other favorite hair oils for the problem areas on my scalp.

This serum can be used on damaged ends, stubborn hairlines, or for a stimulating scalp massage to encourage hair growth.

____________________________________________________________

Thanks Dears for visiting and if you are able to get Elderberries, make sure you try.

 

https://pixabay.com/images/id-2652553/

Thank you for your support and have a nice evening.

Isle of Azure