The holistic ritual: complementary gestures

Yes, all hair brushing is good for you. But there are other things you can do to keep your hair beautiful and healthy. For example, maintain a balanced diet and focus on foods that promote hair growth (without forgetting to drink plenty of water to moisturize it). Among them: eggs (especially rich in biotin, essential for the production of keratin), berries, spinach, oily fish and beans, full of good nutrients for your hair (vitamins A and C, omega-3 fatty acids, zinc, iron, selenium, etc.).

Another holistic tip?

The practice of inverted yoga to activate microcirculation and promote hair growth. The best posture for this? Adho Mukha (or downward dog).

And don't hesitate to hang your body upside down on the edge of the mattress every night to get the same effect.

Our beauty and hygiene tips

If combing your hair helps to stimulate and soften your scalp, make sure you also do some self-massage with your fingers every day to reinforce the effect of brushing your hair. Also, avoid washing your hair too often, to prevent your sebaceous glands from producing too much sebum and re-greasing your hair quickly. And, when you do wash it, choose shampoos that are free of sulfates and silicones. Then, don't forget to rinse it out thoroughly after shampooing or conditioning, finishing the job with cold water. Your hair will thank you!


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