Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses

Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses – Quinces


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Hello Girls,

Hope all is well with you and Welcome Back!

Today we look into a fruit I have never tried but looks interesting, Quinces.

Let’s look into the Hair Benefits:

Circulation and Hair Health – Quincessentials.com

The rich mineral content of quince includes iron, copper, and zinc. These three minerals, along with various other trace elements, are necessary for the production of red blood cells. When red blood cell production is high, then circulation around the body increases, which means that oxygen is carried throughout the body. This causes increased blood flow to the skin and scalp, which can increase hair follicle health and stimulate growth.

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Benefits of Pyrus Cydonia (Quince) Fruit Extract – NaturelleCosmetics.com

Nourishment and cleansing are two quintessential needs of the human skin and hair. The fruit of Pyrus cydonia is rich in antioxidants which fight free radicals on the skin and hair. The fruit is also rich in iron, zinc and copper. These minerals help in the secretion of red blood cells. With more red blood cells one would experience better blood circulation. This helps more blood flowing to the scalp and hence the hair gets the nourishment it needs to grow strong and lustrous.

A HUGE THANK YOU TO: Quincessentials.com and NaturelleCosmetics.com

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If you have ever tried, let us know in the comments.

Have A Great Day!

~ Isle of Azure ~

 

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