Hair and Nails
Everyone would agree, thick, healthy hair and strong nails are an attractive sign of youth and vitality. Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons many of us experience dry or thinning hair that takes forever to grow, and weakened, splitting nails are the bane of many women’s existence in particular. The great news is that beauty comes from within, and a healthy diet and effective supplements can go a long way to repairing your hair and nail woes.
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Like the other beauty and therapeutic effects of this wonderful supplement, it has reportedly been an excellent source of growing healthy and strong nails, while also providing healthy nourishment to an otherwise dull, dry and damaged hair. A rich source of Omega-3s, krill oil provides the needed nourishment to lifeless hair and prevents dandruff by providing the needed proteins off good fatty acids. It is also responsible to reduce nail breakage and hair damage by protecting the hair and nail follicles and taking care of them.
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This rich source of important vitamins, minerals and proteins is an excellent general health boost, and good health inside is reflected in healthy hair, skin and nails. Vitamins A and E provide antioxidant support, protecting you from free radical damage; fish oils promote healthy nails; and research has shown that marine minerals and proteins nourish and strengthen hair follicles and skin cells.
NutriNZ High Strength Sheep Placenta with Grape Seed Extract: 60 SoftGel Caps
The proteins and growth factors in sheep placenta repair hair damage, promote hair growth and strengthen hair and nails; while its minerals, vitamins and collagen help support hair, skin and nails for an overall youthful glow.
NutriNZ Premium Grade New Zealand Marine Collagen: 90 VegeCaps
Marine Collagen is packed with the same 20 amino acids found in the human body – including the ones that go into growing healthy hair and nails. Boosting the body’s supply of necessary amino acids improves the production of keratin protein, the key structural component of hair and nails.