Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses

Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses – Strawberries


 

                                            Delish Strawberries

Hello Sweets,

Hope you are all doing well today, healthy, safe and sound.

Today, we will review one of my all time favorites, Strawberries!!!!!!!

Let’s see the hair benefits of this delicious fruit:

For Hair – TheIndianSpot.com

“Strawberries contains good amount of magnesium, omega 3 fatty acids and copper which are very essential for good health of your hair.”

To make your hair shiny and silky – BeBeautiful.in 

“The nutrients found in strawberries protects the hair against many major hair problems. What it also does is moisturizes the scalp which in turn helps in controlling hair fall.”

Moisturizes your hair – Medium.com
“Strawberry provides protection to the cell membranes of the scalp because of its potent antioxidant effects and thus restricts the formation of hydrophobic layer on their surface which protects the scalp from any contact with water.”

Prevents product build-up – Blushin.com

“It acts as an exfoliating agent that can help in preventing product-build up on your scalp which helps in keeping all the infections at bay. Plus, it also helps in removing the dead skin cells from your scalp thereby reducing the chances of getting affected by dandruff.”

Arrests hair fall – Femina.in
“Vitamin C in strawberries encourages iron absorption and encourages better hair growth. A lack of vitamin C leads to brittle hair and dandruff. The fruit also has a compound called silica that prevent alopecia. Folic acid, vitamins B5 and B6 in strawberries also prevent hair loss.”

Prevents Hair Loss and Promote Hair Growth – StylesAtLife.com
“One of the major benefits of eating strawberries is its ability to prevent hair loss. Strawberries are a rich source of ellagic acid which helps in protecting hair thinning and hair fall. It further helps in delaying the process of androgenetic alopecia, another reason that causes hair-fall.”

May Prevent Hair Fall – StyleCraze.com 
“As already discussed, strawberries are great sources of vitamin C – a nutrient that encourages iron absorption and promotes hair growth. It has also been found that a deficiency of this nutrient can lead to split ends (31). The vitamin can also treat dandruff.”

“It is also believed that the silica in strawberries may slow down baldness and boost hair growth. However, there is no scientific evidence to back this claim.”

How about some awesome hair masks? Here we go:

Moisturizing Strawberry Hair Mask – NaturallyCurly.com

Ingredients:

1 Egg Yolk

3-4 Strawberries

“A great hair mask for moisture is combining one egg yolk with 3-4 mashed strawberries and applying to hair. Keep in for 20 minutes before washing out with cool water.”

Natural Shine Treatment – NaturallyCurly.com

Ingredients:

1 TBSP of Mayonnaise

Strawberries

“For shine, simply add a tablespoon of mayonnaise to mashed strawberries until they form a paste. Apply the paste to your hair and keep it in for 20 minutes before washing out with cool water. Hair will be noticeably smoother and shinier.”

Strawberry Scalp Exfoliator – NaturallyCurly.com

Ingredients:

2 Ripe Strawberries

1 TBSP of Coconut Oil

1 TBSP of Honey

“To benefit those suffering hair follicles, simply mix 2 ripe strawberries (mashed) with 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and 1 tablespoon of honey. Apply the mixture to your scalp for 20 minutes before washing out with cool water.”

Let us know if you try any and how they work for your tresses.

A HUGE THANK YOU TO:  TheIndianSpot.com, BeBeautiful.in, Medium.com, Blushin.com, Femina.in, StylesAtLife.com, StyleCraze.com and NaturallyCurly.com

🙂 Thank you for coming to visit and till next time 🙂

~ Isle of Azure ~

 

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