February 13, 2020 4 min read 2 Comments
Healthy hair and how to get it is one of the questions we are asked the most, and whilst we have lots of tips on how to find hair accessories that are kind to your hair we know there are lots of other things we can be doing to look after our locks on a daily basis. So, we reached out to Jenni, a Brighton-based Nutritional Therapist and Health Coach, for answers. We are so excited to bring you a whole blog post written by Jenni herself, containing her 10 tips on how to achieve healthy hair naturally.
Do you find your hair becomes dry and brittle in winter months? Or are you experiencing hair loss and unsure why? Or just want more shiny, healthy-looking hair?
Like most things, a healthy outside must start from the inside. Every single hair on your scalp requires nourishment to grow. However, because hair isn’t a vital organ, your body doesn’t prioritise its nutritional needs (how rude!). Therefore, a nutritional imbalance will often show up in the form of hair loss/thinning.
So, what does your hair need to be shiny, luscious and healthy-looking?
Jenni is a Nutritional Therapist and Health Coach based in Brighton. She helps women to rediscover and reconnect to their body. By supporting them through a nutrition and lifestyle programme, they reignite their spark from the inside out. Jenni practices holistic medicine; exploring mind, body and spirit to support, rebalance and reignite wellbeing.
If this sounds like something you need, book in a free discovery call with Jenni by visiting www.nettleandrosenutrition.com and if you go on to join a programme, just mention this blog to get 10% off.
Healthy hair also requires healthy styling options, so take a look at our collection of French handmade hair accessories. Each one is polished by hand for a perfectly smooth finish with no sharp edges to catch on the hair. They are made from a lightweight cellulose acetate which does not weigh down the hair, making for a comfortable clip that can be worn all day!
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