Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses

Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses – Watermelons


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!!!Watermelons are Awesome!!!

 

Hello Ladies & Gents,

Hope you are doing well.

We will feature one of the favorite fruits of all, Watermelon!!!!!!!

Let us see this amazing fruit and the benefits:

Is Good for Skin and Hair – Healthline.com 

“Two vitamins in watermelon — A and C — are important for skin and hair health. Vitamin C helps your body make collagen, a protein that keeps your skin supple and your hair strong.”

Boosts hair growth – BeBeautiful.in

Watermelon contains phytonutrients called citrulline, which increases the level of arginine in the body. Confused? Well, arginine is nothing but an amino acid that is known to improve blood circulation in the scalp, making the hair grow faster and stronger. So if you want healthy tresses, consuming watermelon regularly could be a great idea.

Promotes Hair Growth – FaithinNature.co.uk

“Arginine (an amino acid) is essential in our bodies and helps with blood circulation in the scalp. Watermelon naturally contains a lot of citrulline that increases the level of arginine and is therefore good for promoting hair growth.”

Prevents Hair Loss – FaithinNature.co.uk

“Watermelon is packed with Vitamin C, which helps your body to use non-heme iron – this ensures that enough iron is in your red blood cells to assist in carrying oxygen to your hair follicles, promoting healthy hair. Collagen is also needed for healthy hair growth and watermelon helps promote collagen formation.”

Faster Hair Growth – TheJoint.com

Citrulline is found in excess in watermelon. This nutrient helps increase levels of a certain amino acid, known as arginine, within the body. Arginine is known for promoting blood circulation, particularly within the scalp. This is beneficial for faster hair growth.

Keeping Hair Healthy – TheJoint.com 

The red blood cells in the body need iron to ensure they can carry oxygen to various parts of the body, including the hair follicles. Due to the Vitamin C found in watermelon, which helps the body use the appropriate type of iron, this process gets completed as necessary. Watermelon helps to form collagen as well, which is another necessary component of healthy hair.

A HUGE THANK YOU TO: Healthline.com, FaithinNature.co.ukBeBeautiful.in, TheJoint.com and Boldsky.com

Now, how about some awesome hair recipes? Coming right up:

BoldSky – How To Use Watermelon For Hair?

“Recipe For Hair Growth”

Ingredients:

  • 2 tbsp watermelon juice
  • 2 tbsp olive oil

How to do:

  1. Blend some watermelon juice and olive oil together in a bowl.
  2. Apply it evenly on your hair.
  3. Let it stay for about 30 minutes and then wash it off with your regular shampoo-conditioner.
  4. Repeat this once a week for the desired result.

“Recipe For Treating Hair Loss and Breakage”

Ingredients:

  • 2 tbsp. watermelon juice
  • 2 tbsp. yoghurt
  • 2 tbsp. tea tree oil

How to do: 

  1. Combine some watermelon juice and yoghurt in a bowl and whisk both the ingredients together.
  2. Next, add some tea tree oil to it and mix well. Take a generous amount of the mixture and gently apply it to your scalp and hair.
  3. Cover your head with a shower cap.
  4. Wash it off with lukewarm water and pat it dry.
  5. Repeat this once a week for the desired result.

“Recipe For Dry Hair”

Ingredients:

  • 2 tbsp. watermelon juice
  • 2 tbsp. coconut oil

How to do:

  1. Mix some watermelon juice and coconut oil in a bowl.
  2. Take a generous amount of the mixture and gently apply it to your hair – from roots to tips.
  3. Put on a shower cap and leave it on for about an hour.
  4. Wash it off with your regular shampoo and conditioner.
  5. Repeat this once a week for the desired result.


Make sure to stock up next time you shop on this fruit!!!

Thank you for visiting and till next time My Dears!

Isle of Azure

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