Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses

Benefits of Fruits For Our Tresses – Pineapples

You Gotta Love Pineapples!!!!!!!

Hi Sweeties,

Hope all is well.

Today we will look into another of my fav’s fruits and the hair benefits are amazing, here it is, Pineapples!!!

Ever wonder why they call them pineapples, they don’t tasted like pines or apples, hahahahahahaha!!!!!!!

Anyways, that is a post for another day, lets slice into this one:

Prevent Hair Loss –

“Vitamin C is an important element that aids in preventing hair loss. It is a powerful antioxidant that combats free radical damage. Pineapple is a rich source of this water soluble vitamin. Eat pineapples in wedges or just juice them fresh to reap the benefits of Vitamin C and prevent hair loss and help thicken hair. Daily consumption of pineapple can help prevent and ease inflammatory conditions, which affect the scalp, using Bromelain, the anti-inflammatory enzyme. It can also offer relief from infections of the scalp, preventing unwanted hair fall.”

Prevents Hair Loss – 
“Regular consumption of pineapple either in the form of raw fruit or in the form of juice can do wonder to our hair as they help in preventing hair loss. This hair loss prevention benefit of pineapple is because of the presence of antioxidant like vitamin C in it. Vitamin C fights with the free radicals of our body stabilize them also prevents them from doing damage to our body cells ( including hair follicles).”

For Dry Hair – 

“Pineapple contains high amount of antioxidants and water content in it which helps to restore the moisture content in skin as well as in hair. All you need to do is squeeze some juice out of pineapple and rinse your hair with it. If you are suffering from dandruff or problem of itchy scalp, you can apply some pineapple juice with the help of a cotton ball and wash off after some time.”

Does pineapple make your hair grow? –
“Yes! Pineapple is not only essential for skin, makes you retain your shape and in growth, but it is also good for hair growth. Pineapple is filled with vitamin C, which is not only necessary not only for hair growth, but also, this antioxidant assists your body renew and restore tissue, as well absorbs iron.”

For sure, one truly amazing fruit and yummy too!

But hey, how about a hair mask if possible? Sure, let’s go:

A Growth-Boosting Mask for Brittle Strands – Vogue

“This mask is particularly beneficial when it comes to restoring damaged, brittle and dry hair. The enzymes present in pineapples enrich hair follicles by delivering vital nutrients to them. This in turn improves the thickness and elasticity of hair.”

  1. Fresh Pineapple
  2. Few Spoonful’s of Yoghurt
  3. Olive Oil
  • “Mix a fresh pineapple and with a few spoonful’s of yoghurt and olive oil each, until it turns into a smooth paste.”
  • “After massaging the mask into your hair, put on a shower cap or a hot towel and let it sit for about 20 minutes.”

“Pineapples are packed with vitamins such as Vitamin C, which protects the hair against radical damage, Vitamins B1 and B6. Along with the lactic acid and proteins found in yoghurt, these help to prevent hair loss by healing an irritated scalp and regulating sebum production.”


Pineapples are such a powerhouse fruit.

So next time you see this amazing Vitamin C packed fruit, make sure get.

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12 thoughts on “Benefits of Fruits For Our Tresses – Pineapples”

  1. Love the suggestions and the new site! Wanted to write from days ago but couldn’t remember the password, and couldn’t find a way to log on…. huge sigh! Technology sometimes is a pain. Thanks for the tips! Best wishes on your hair journey!

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