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Nutrients to Make Your Hair, Skin, and Nails Truly Glow*

Have you ever pondered the secret behind the lustrous hair, radiant skin, and strong nails?* Sure, some might come from expensive beauty treatments and high-end products, but there may be a simpler way that is easily within your grasp — nutrition.* Healthy hair, skin, and nails reflect what's happening inside your body.* When you're getting the right amount of vitamins and minerals every day, your body will function better. That means hydrated skin, shiny hair and strong nails.*1

So, buckle up for this deep dive into understanding how certain nutrients can help your hair, skin, and nails appear to glow.*

Essential Nutrients: Your Beauty's Best Friends*

essential nutrients

Vitamin C: More than Just an Immune Supporter*

This well-known vitamin is a powerhouse when it comes to supporting immune health.* But it also aids in collagen production, a protein that provides structure to your skin.* A diet rich in Vitamin C can help you maintain healthy skin.*2

Food sources of Vitamin C include citrus fruits such as oranges, grapefruit, and kiwi and vegetables such as bell peppers, broccoli, and potatoes.3

Biotin: A Key Player in Keratin Production*

Biotin, or Vitamin B7, is often found in hair, skin, and nail supplements. It is essential in producing keratin, the primary protein that forms hair and nails.*4

Food sources of biotin include eggs, cheddar cheese, almonds, oatmeal, beef liver, sunflower seeds, and sweet potatoes.5

Vitamin E: A Supporter of Antioxidant Activities*

Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant, helping to protect the skin cells from free radicals.* It may support skin health by maintaining the integrity of the skin barrier.*6

Food sources of vitamin E include almonds, hazelnuts, peanuts and peanut butter, mango, spinach, and broccoli.7

hair skin and nails bottle

The Star of the Show: Your New Self-Care Superstar - Hair + Skin & Nails* Vitamins

The easiest way to ensure you're getting all these nutrients is through a comprehensive supplement.* Enter our Organic Hair, Skin & Nails* Vitamins – your new self-care superstar. It's designed to provide the nutrition to support your healthy and strong hair, skin, and nails.*

These vitamins are formulated with biotin, vitamin C, and vitamin E, amongst other essential nutrients, tailored to support keratin production and support collagen synthesis.*

Making the Most Out of Your Self-Care Routine

While a supplement can go a long way in providing the essential nutrients for healthy hair, skin, and nails,* it's equally important to adopt a holistic self-care routine. For overall wellness a balanced diet in fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and fats can provide a wide array of nutrients beneficial for your hair, skin, and nails.*

For Hair

Regular Trimming: Regularly trimming your hair helps to prevent split ends and keeps your hair looking healthy and neat.

Proper Washing: Do not over-wash your hair. The frequency depends on your hair type and personal preferences, but over-washing can lead to dryness.

Deep Conditioning: A deep conditioning treatment can help to nourish and strengthen your hair. It's typically recommended to deep condition your hair at least once a week.

Protection from Heat: Limit the use of heat styling tools as they can damage the hair. If you need to use them, use a heat protection spray.

Avoid Tight Hairstyles: Tight hairstyles can cause tension on your scalp.

For Skin

Cleansing: Wash your face at least morning and evening daily with a gentle, suitable cleanser to remove dirt and excess oil.

Moisturizing: Apply a moisturizer daily to keep your skin hydrated.

Sun Protection: Always apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen of at least SPF 30 to protect your skin from UVA and UVB rays.

Regular Exfoliation: Regular exfoliation can help remove dead skin cells and unclog pores. However, avoid over-exfoliation as it can lead to skin irritation.

For Nails

Regular Trimming: Regularly trim your nails and keep them clean.

Moisturizing: Moisturize your nails and cuticles to help prevent them from becoming brittle and breaking.

Protective Gloves: Wear gloves when doing chores that involve water or chemicals to protect your nails.

Avoid Nail Biting: Nail biting can damage the nails.

Nail Hardeners: Use a nail hardener if your nails are weak or brittle, but only after consulting a dermatologist.

In conclusion, nourishing your body with the proper nutrients can play a significant role in maintaining and enhancing the health of your hair, skin, and nails.* Incorporate these nutrients into your diet through food or supplements like our Organic Hair, Skin & Nails* Vitamins, and start noticing the glow!*

Remember, before starting any new supplement regimen, it's always recommended to consult with your healthcare practitioner first. They can provide personalized advice based on your specific health needs and goals.


  1. Mayo Clinic. (May 2022). What you eat promotes radiant hair, skin and nails naturally. (Accessed: 19 July 2023).
  2. Pullar J. M., et al. (2017).Nutrients. 9(8): 866.
  3. Office of Dietary Supplements, U.S. National Institutes of Health. (March 2021). Vitamin C: Fact Sheet for Health Professionals. (Accessed: 19 July 2023).
  4. Patel D.P, et al. (2017). .Skin Appendage Disord. 3(3):166-169. 
  5. Office of Dietary Supplements, U.S. National Institutes of Health. (January 2022). Biotin: Fact Sheet for Health Professionals. (Accessed: 19 July 2023).
  6. Keen, M. A., & Hassan, I. (2016). Vitamin E in dermatology. Indian Dermatology Online Journal, 7(4), 311.
  7. Office of Dietary Supplements, U.S. National Institutes of Health. (March 2021). Vitamin E: Fact Sheet for Health Professionals. (Accessed: 19 July 2023).
    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.