Beauty Hair is a food supplement specially formulated for the well-being of hair and nails. Based on phytoextracts of Millet, Nettle and Horsetail, it is enriched with Copper which contributes to normal hair pigmentation and Biotin which contributes to the maintenance of normal hair. The formulation is completed by Arginine, Sulfur Amino Acids (Cystine and Methionine) and other components including Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Zinc and Selenium which contribute to maintaining normal nails and hair.
- ES Mile: millet contains vitamin A, B vitamins and folic acid, iron, calcium, fluoride, potassium, magnesium, zinc, silicon and sulfur amino acids such as cystine, important for slowing hair loss (promotes the formation of keratin) but also for the protection of brittle nails, bones and tooth enamel.
- ES Nettle: nettle leaves are rich in nutrients including vitamins A, C and K and mineral salts (calcium, silicon, magnesium, phosphorus), gallic acid, chlorophyll and tannins. Having a regulating action on the blood vessels on the skin of the head, it can restore the correct blood flow to the follicles, stimulating growth and limiting the proliferation of harmful external agents Nettle can be an effective remedy to contain hair loss in cases of pathologies acute, i.e. those often deriving from external agents and not inherent in the subject's genetics. Therefore, excluding androgenetic alopecia, the plant can act in men and women to contain those momentary falls due to stress, the accumulation of dead cells on the skin of the head, seborrheic dermatitis and hormonal changes due to hyper or hypothyroidism.
- ES Equisetum: horsetail or horsetail, given its well-known remineralizing and revitalizing properties, can help fortify hair and prevent hair loss. It is also useful in case of brittle nails.
- Cystine and Methionine: these two sulfur amino acids intervene in the "construction" of the hair, or in the keratization process. They help to preserve and develop the hair shaft making it flexible.
- Biotin: it is recognized as a coenzyme necessary for a number of basic bodily functions. It is involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats, especially unsaturated fatty acids. Active in every part of the body, its physiological functions include the good preservation of the skin, hair, sebaceous glands and spinal cord.
- C vitamin: being a powerful antioxidant, in addition to exerting an anti-radical effect, it helps to keep the internal structure of arteries, veins and capillaries healthy, and promotes circulation, especially at the microcirculation level.
- Vitamin E: together with vitamin C, it helps fight free radicals, preventing cellular and follicular aging.
- Zinc: participates in the synthesis of keratin, which constitutes the 95% of the hair structure.
- Copper: plays an important role in the keratization and pigmentation processes of the hair.
- Selenium: it helps to keep the skin hydrated and elastic and to significantly prevent cell damage caused by free radicals.