4 Tempting Foods to Really Improve Your Hair Health

At OPEN Hairdressing, we can offer you all the advice we know about maintaining healthy looking hair. However, it’s not necessarily what we put on our hair as it is about what we put inside of us.

For years, scientists and dietitians have uncovered a whole host of health benefits in natural foods. Sometimes, we can’t simply rely on the products to do all the work. Therefore, we can all do our bit to make sure we eat right. And when we do, the effects can nourish your hair and body inside and out.

Here, we’ve listed some delicious foods that are fantastic for getting you on your way to healthier hair:

Avocados Against Dryness

This fruit (yes, you read that right) seems to be everywhere at the moment – and for good reason. Avocados contain vitamins A, B6, D, E and iron. Fatty amino acids also help hair to retain moisture and keeping your hair looking better for longer. Plus they’re full of anti-oxidants – dry hair won’t stand a chance!

Pick-Me-Up Pomegranate

Whether you eat them as they are or sprinkle them over a salad, pomegranate seeds can seriously boost your hair health. This food is rich in vitamins C and B5 and even has the power to fight frizz. But it doesn’t stop there.

Not only are pomegranate seeds tasty, they are one of the best foods for healthy hair and scalp. Increasing blood circulation around your head can promote to healthy hair growth. Plus if you’re looking to fill yourself with anti-oxidants, vitamins and fibre, pomegranate is definitely the fruit to choose.

Eggs are a shell-out!

Protein is one of the most important components of healthy hair. A lack of protein can cause hair to become dry and brittle. Apart from eggs, other protein dense foods like seeds, poultry and dairy products can all minimise the chances of hair breakage.

Divine Dark Chocolate

Eating dark chocolate is the perfect excuse to improve your hair health! High cocoa content chocolate is rich in flavour and contains iron, proteins and B vitamins. They each help your body to transfer of these vital resources to cells in your head and your hair.