Can seaweed nutrients breathe new life into your hair?

Can seaweed nutrients breathe new life into your hair?

Seaweed nutrients can enhance your health in many ways, but did you know this sea vegetable may also improve your appearance to boot? Previously on this blog, we've mentioned that seaweed is used in luxury cosmetics, and soaking in a seaweed bath might even help reduce stubborn cellulite. Healthy skin is happy skin, so it's no surprise that a plant so rich in vitamins, minerals and trace elements can nourish and revitalize a dull complexion. Now, beauty experts are saying that a seaweed mask may be the perfect antidote to dry, damaged and chemically treated hair.

Recently, World Beauty News noted that a seaweed treatment may help "restore and nourish hair from scalp to tip for dramatically smoother, more youthful looking hair."

Dry, damaged hair is a major concern for many women (and some men) during the winter months, when the cold, harsh air can lead to split ends and static cling. One hair mask made from seaweed reportedly "works to repair stressed out tresses and chemically treated hair, as well as protect it from further damage," the source states.

Of course, as wonderful as seaweed may be when applied topically in a serum or hair mask, nothing beats the benefits of seaweed in your diet. Seagreens® seaweed is a natural multi-nutrient whole food that contains vitamin groups, minerals and trace elements and is wild-harvested in the Scottish Outer Hebrides to Seagreens' proprietary Human Food Seaweed™ standards (patents pending). Whether you want to incorporate this sea vegetable into your meals, take it in supplement form or both, you can do so easily with The Mineral Salt, the Culinary Ingredient, Food Capsules and more. 

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