Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses

Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses – Elderberries
Elderberries Yummy Berries


Hello Sweeties,

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

We will review a fruit that never had but looks delish, Elderberries. 

Let us review the benefits:

Improve Hair

“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.”

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.”

“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.” 

“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.”

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.


Thank you for your support and have a nice evening.

Isle of Azure

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