For maximum benefits to skin, hair and nails at development and growth stages we need to ensure optimum nutrition. The annual spend on topical applications for health and beauty is exceptional especially when we consider that external areas to which we apply products are classified as dead ‘keratinised’ surfaces. British women spend £10 billion on skin and hair products annually!
In this blog we look at the anatomy of our skin and the cell formation for hair and nails, to understand the nutritional requirements, before detailing a range of nutrients with specific and beneficial roles in supporting the structure, quality, growth and condition of our hair, skin, and nails. Continue reading
Last updated on 3rd January 2024 by cytoffice