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Oct 14

Healthy, luscious hair for the holidays

Healthy luscious hair for the holidays | JOSO GLOWSO

October is a great time to focus on your hair needs so that you have healthy, luscious locks for the holiday season. It can take up to 3 months to see improvements due to different stages of the hair growth cycle and nutrient absorption.

Start implementing GLOWSO into your daily routine now and the December holidays will be here before you know it.

Here is what you need to know to get the healthiest hair of your life:

GLOWSO’s formulation includes bioactive collagen peptides rich in amino acids. These amino acids are needed for your body to build keratin, the protein that supports hair growth, regeneration, and health.

Biotin is an ingredient found in GLOWSO and is also known as B7. We can suffer from suboptimal Biotin levels due to antibiotic use, stress, dysbiosis, alcohol, smoking, breastfeeding, and pregnancy. Research shows that 87% of women suffering from alopecia, a condition causing hair loss, have suboptimal levels of Biotin.

GLOWSO is packed with different antioxidants such as Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Zinc, Lutein, Zeaxanthin, and the phytonutrients in Kakadu plum.

Antioxidants are powerful protectors for your hair. They help to improve hair growth by maintaining the collagen in the body or the connective tissues of hair follicles. Antioxidants also protect the scalp cells in the blood vessels to promote healthy hair growth and prevent the destruction of melanin in the cortex of our hair strand, thus improving colour retention and integrity of hair, making strands strong and healthy.

GLOWSO covers many nutritional needs and protection for healthy hair, but here are some other considerations. 

Stress

If you have noticed a period of rapid hair loss, reflect back and see what happened about 3 months ago. Were you unwell, had surgery, or went through a stressful period in your life? It can take this long for it to be reflected in the health of your hair.

Low Iron

Anaemia is such a common symptom that many women experience and can affect your hair’s health.

Thyroid issues

Hormone imbalances

Genetics

Autoimmune conditions

Hairstyling damage

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