Vitamins and Minerals which Stimulate Hair and Nail Growth - Koils by Nature
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We have a brand new product out now: Gummies, which promote hair and nail growth! We have sourced the most essential vitamins and minerals to ensure your hair and nails grow long and healthy, with the assistance of nature’s best. 


The key vitamins and minerals which promote hair growth are biotin, Vitamin A, C, E, vitamin B12 and folic acid. Let’s explore each vitamin and mineral on their own and see how each one works at stimulating hair growth. Then you’ll understand exactly how our gummies work and why you're on your way to thicker, longer and smoother hair in no time; naturally that is!


How Biotin promotes hair growth

Biotin, also known as B7, is a water soluble, naturally found in many ingredients like eggs, flour, soy, spinach and lean meats. Since it is a water soluble, it is naturally flushed from the body when in excess, but also needs to be ‘restocked’ in the body fairly frequently. When there is a biotin deficiency in the body, one of the most common symptoms is hair loss, which is why many point to biotin as the first solution for thinning hair. Biotin is an essential vitamin which works at keeping the hair, skin and liver healthy. 


As you may have already heard, keratin is the natural protein that is responsible for healthy skin, hair and nails. Biotin strengthens your skin and hair’s keratin protein structure leading to softer, smoother, fuller hair. So, even if hair loss isn’t entirely an issue for you, bitcoin can help improve the overall health and shine of the hair. 


Vitamin A and hair growth

Vitamin A is most famous for improving eyesight and skin. But, what many people may not be aware of is its powerful effects on hair. Vitamin A is necessary for the natural production of sebum, the oil produced by your body to keep the hair soft and healthy. Vitamin A is present in broccoli, carrots, fish, sweet potatoes, eggs and many other foods. Vitamin A is an antioxidant, which is believed to stimulate hair follicles for faster and healthier hair growth. Sounds like we are very much on our way to longer hair! 


Vitamin E and healthier, faster hair growth

At this point, you’ll pretty much find vitamin E in almost every natural product for skin and hair. This powerful antioxidant removes harmful toxins from the body. The removal of toxins strengthens the hair and skin (along with many other organs and overall immunity levels). Vitamin E, besides for promoting shinny and nutritious locks, helps oxygen and blood flow more easily to the scalp so nothing can block the way for your strands to grow long and strong. When oxygen can not make it to the scalp, very often we see greying of the hair or hair loss. And that’s where vitamin E comes into play in keeping the hair long and soft. 


Vitamin C for hair growth

As many of us know, vitamin C is most famous for strengthening our immune systems and preventing us from catching a cold, or getting sick. But, what we may have overlooked is how the healing power of vitamin C on our immune system also works on our hair. Very often a vitamin C deficiency will make itself known through excessive hair loss and shedding. Vitamin C also helps the body efficiently absorb iron, which is essential for the health and shine of our hair. The math is simple, when we have a stable amount of vitamin C, our hair and health will let us know. 


Vitamin B12 and hair growth

B12 is one of those famous b-complex vitamins vegans and vegetarians are always checking up on. The good news is that once you secure your supply of b12 it will remain stored in your liver for quite some time. That hard news is that it’s difficult to come by, especially if you’re not eating grass fed meat. B12 helps your body produce red blood cells, which is responsible for making your hair appear soft and shiny as opposed to lackluster and dull. Without the oxygen and healthy red blood cells B12 promotes in the body, the hair will have trouble growing in as it should. A well balanced diet will promote healthy and strong hair growth. 


Folic Acid for hair growth

And lastly, folic acid helps renew healthy blood cells which result in hair growth. Folic acid supplements, along with the vitamins mentioned above, are likely to stimulate new and renewed hair growth, especially when taken with biotin and vitamin C. Folic acid strengthens the root of the hair, so that it is less likely to fall out, or break, which leads to increased hair density.


Our final thoughts on growing longer thicker hair

A healthy, well balanced diet is key for growing in thick and long hair. We recommend taking this gummy as a way to jump start your diet, so that you can experience results in your hair and nails sooner. But in order for you to experience optimal results, we strongly recommend including a whole lot of leafy greens, seeds, nuts, and a plethora of fruits. 


What steps have you taken this year to see vast improvements in your skin, hair and nails?

We have a brand new product out now: Gummies, which promote hair and nail growth! We have sourced the most essential vitamins and minerals to ensure your hair and nails grow long and healthy, with the assistance of nature’s best. 


The key vitamins and minerals which promote hair growth are biotin, Vitamin A, C, E, vitamin B12 and folic acid. Let’s explore each vitamin and mineral on their own and see how each one works at stimulating hair growth. Then you’ll understand exactly how our gummies work and why you're on your way to thicker, longer and smoother hair in no time; naturally that is!


How Biotin promotes hair growth

Biotin, also known as B7, is a water soluble, naturally found in many ingredients like eggs, flour, soy, spinach and lean meats. Since it is a water soluble, it is naturally flushed from the body when in excess, but also needs to be ‘restocked’ in the body fairly frequently. When there is a biotin deficiency in the body, one of the most common symptoms is hair loss, which is why many point to biotin as the first solution for thinning hair. Biotin is an essential vitamin which works at keeping the hair, skin and liver healthy. 


As you may have already heard, keratin is the natural protein that is responsible for healthy skin, hair and nails. Biotin strengthens your skin and hair’s keratin protein structure leading to softer, smoother, fuller hair. So, even if hair loss isn’t entirely an issue for you, bitcoin can help improve the overall health and shine of the hair. 


Vitamin A and hair growth

Vitamin A is most famous for improving eyesight and skin. But, what many people may not be aware of is its powerful effects on hair. Vitamin A is necessary for the natural production of sebum, the oil produced by your body to keep the hair soft and healthy. Vitamin A is present in broccoli, carrots, fish, sweet potatoes, eggs and many other foods. Vitamin A is an antioxidant, which is believed to stimulate hair follicles for faster and healthier hair growth. Sounds like we are very much on our way to longer hair! 


Vitamin E and healthier, faster hair growth

At this point, you’ll pretty much find vitamin E in almost every natural product for skin and hair. This powerful antioxidant removes harmful toxins from the body. The removal of toxins strengthens the hair and skin (along with many other organs and overall immunity levels). Vitamin E, besides for promoting shinny and nutritious locks, helps oxygen and blood flow more easily to the scalp so nothing can block the way for your strands to grow long and strong. When oxygen can not make it to the scalp, very often we see greying of the hair or hair loss. And that’s where vitamin E comes into play in keeping the hair long and soft. 


Vitamin C for hair growth

As many of us know, vitamin C is most famous for strengthening our immune systems and preventing us from catching a cold, or getting sick. But, what we may have overlooked is how the healing power of vitamin C on our immune system also works on our hair. Very often a vitamin C deficiency will make itself known through excessive hair loss and shedding. Vitamin C also helps the body efficiently absorb iron, which is essential for the health and shine of our hair. The math is simple, when we have a stable amount of vitamin C, our hair and health will let us know. 


Vitamin B12 and hair growth

B12 is one of those famous b-complex vitamins vegans and vegetarians are always checking up on. The good news is that once you secure your supply of b12 it will remain stored in your liver for quite some time. That hard news is that it’s difficult to come by, especially if you’re not eating grass fed meat. B12 helps your body produce red blood cells, which is responsible for making your hair appear soft and shiny as opposed to lackluster and dull. Without the oxygen and healthy red blood cells B12 promotes in the body, the hair will have trouble growing in as it should. A well balanced diet will promote healthy and strong hair growth. 


Folic Acid for hair growth

And lastly, folic acid helps renew healthy blood cells which result in hair growth. Folic acid supplements, along with the vitamins mentioned above, are likely to stimulate new and renewed hair growth, especially when taken with biotin and vitamin C. Folic acid strengthens the root of the hair, so that it is less likely to fall out, or break, which leads to increased hair density.


Our final thoughts on growing longer thicker hair

A healthy, well balanced diet is key for growing in thick and long hair. We recommend taking this gummy as a way to jump start your diet, so that you can experience results in your hair and nails sooner. But in order for you to experience optimal results, we strongly recommend including a whole lot of leafy greens, seeds, nuts, and a plethora of fruits. 


What steps have you taken this year to see vast improvements in your skin, hair and nails?

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