Skin, hair and nails

Our daily routine in diet and the products we use on our bodies have a great impact on our hair, skin, and nails health. Having this in mind, it is important to have personal care products and acquire the appropriate nutrients that will achieve this.

Drinking Water

Taking enough water every day is the biggest answer to a healthy skin, nails and hair problem. This works as the number one beauty booster.

Healthy Eating
As it is said, Health on the inside echoes on the outside, if you really crave that strong hair, a glowing skin, and beautiful nails then you have to be careful what you eat. For instance vitamins, proteins and irons should be included in your daily diet.

Engage in Exercise
Tone your body with moderate aerobic exercise. This boost blood circulation throughout the body helping it flow to the scalp, skin and the fingers

Get the Right Supplements 
There are supplements produced to boost our health depending on your hair, skin, and nails with type. These supplements will provide the nutrients your body needs to give you that natural look and beauty from within. We are able to guide you on these supplements accordingly.

For Healthy hair, it is important to use a shampoo and conditioner from the same company. This is because both have been formulated and made for a specific type of hair. This gives a better outcome than using products from different companies.

Avoid heat on your hair as this removes the moisture content and makes it thin. It is also advisable to use room temperature water when cleaning the hair. This gives you a strong texture and healthy hair look.

Oiling the scalp regularly is another tip for healthy hair, frequently using oil on your scalp helps strengthen the hair strands and give it a shining look. 
Healthy skin is determined by how gentle you are with it. It is important to keep your skin moisturized. Depending on your skin type ensure to use the right moisturizer.
Protect your body from direct sun rays, exposing your body to the sun causes aging sports, wrinkles and can lead to skin problems like skin cancer. That’s why it is important to use the sunscreen and wear protective clothing if you must go out when it’s sunny. 

Healthy nails show ones overall health, keeping them clean by gently using soap to clean will keep them strong. 

The cuticles have an important role as they seal the base of your nails and prevent bacterial infections. For healthy nails, refrain from removing them your cuticles.

Our skin type, hair, and nails vary as we are different genetically so it is important even as you embark on your journey to a healthy skin, hair and nail care to understand your body.


Good things do not happen to your hair, skin, and nails when you over-expose them to too many damaging things at once. Some of the most everyday activities can be the worst offenders:


This sounds crazy, because you’d think washing your hair and face a lot would be GOOD for you, right? In actuality, washing your face, body, and hair too much contributes to dryness. Also, make sure you’re washing with lukewarm water (not scalding hot water!) Hot water further strips your skin of moisture and can cause irritation and flaking.

I can usually get away with washing my hair every three days, and there are a few things that REALLY help extend it in between washes:

1. A good shower cap–I’m obsessed with it! It really keeps your hair insanely dry and is actually cute!

2. I swear by dry shampoos- it really gets your hair clean rather than just masking oil and residue. It makes it smell amazing as well!


Sulfates are a common ingredient in most cleansers (it’s what creates lot’s of foam!) It’s also what’s used in dishwasher and laundry detergent–we don’t want that on our bodies! Not only does it dry and strip hair and skin, but it’s thought to be toxic, too!

Instead, look for a cleanser that is free of sulfates as well as dyes. I just started using this gentle soy cleanser and it makes my skin so soft! Same goes for shampoo–I’ve been using this shampoo and conditioner for the last year or so–it’s a great gentle formula that won’t break the bank!


Heat=damage, so the less heat you can expose your hair to, the better! I air dry my hair as much as I possibly can, and really only straight it when I’m going out at night. If you’re saying, “I don’t have enough time to air dry my hair in the morning!” consider washing your hair in the evening instead!

For perfectly undone air-dried curls, I usually put a dab of hair cream or serum into wet hair and secure it in a loose french braid before bed. (Make sure to pull your hair all the way back so there isn’t a part, this helps prevent the hair around your face from getting wonky.

When I wake up, it’s still mostly dry but the ends are slightly damp, so I’ll unbraid it, let it finish drying (it will be come less kinked) and then finish it with Leave-in conditioner Spray! 

Et Voila!


Always make sure to do a daily moisturizer–one of my favorites is this moisturizer, which hydrates and preps your skin for makeup all at the same time!

Once a week, do a deep-conditioning treatment–For your face, consider a detoxifying mask, like this charcoal one that has been a go-to of mine for years! For hair, heat up some coconut oil (so it melts into oil form) and slather it on your hair. Cover with a shower cap or plastic bag and leave as long as possible! For dry cuticles, slather on some cuticle oil (or even coconut oil, again!)


If you’re someone who gets frequent no-chip or dip manicures, you know they can wreak havoc on your nails–making them thin, rough and brittle. Try giving them a breather every once in awhile by doing your own DIY manicure at home! I just use a nail buffer, cuticle remover oil, and follow with my favorite polish–I love Essie’s no-chip polish and top-coat–which stays on far longer than regular polish! It doesn’t last like the salon, but it’s so much easier on your nails! “Rock the Runway” is the color on my nails 99% of the time! 



Easier said than done, right?

When it boils down to it though, there are two main ways that always work when it comes to reducing stress levels: sleep, and exercise. When I cut either of these out, my body pays a major toll–and it shows in my skin. You might not think it, but when your stressed, this throws ALL your hormones out of whack. Which is a common cause of breakouts!

Set an alarm to remind you to start winding down for bed. Make a point of turning off the TV early and opt for a book instead. This allows your brain to slow down. Also, as tempting as it is to skip, make time to work out at least a few times per week.


I’ve said it once and I’ll say it a thousand times–while issues with our hair, skin and nails may seem cosmetic, everything in your body is linked–if you’re fueling it with garbage, your outside appearance isn’t going to look it’s best!

A healthy diet with lot’s of veggies and fruits is essential! If your body is pretty on the inside, it will be pretty on the outside! If you eat healthy but are still having issues, try cutting back on dairy and gluten–I definitely find that when I’m eating a lot of these two, I’m more prone to breakouts!

Additionally, you could consider adding supplements to your routine, like a Hair Skin and Nails or a Biotin supplement.

If you feel very “in the dark” when it comes to which vitamins to take, or how you should even approach them, don’t worry. It is so simple and to the point: vitamins and supplements are like insurance–they ensure that we get all the nutrients that we need in the event that we aren’t getting enough through the foods that we eat.

If you’re like me, you do the best you can to eat a healthy diet, but really–who can check off a list of every single food they’re supposed to eat each day to ensure they’re getting every essential vitamin and nutrient out there? This is why we take vitamins!

What do hair skin and nails supplements do exactly? They contain 2500 mcg of biotin, which supports healthy hair, skin and nails to those deficient in biotin as well as Vitamin C, which provides antioxidant support to help neutralize free radicals in the body, and also supports collagen synthesis (also known as the production of collagen). Make sure you consult your doctor before adding any new supplements to your routine to ensure they’re the best fit for your body and won’t affect any medications you’re currently taking!

Sending you much love xx

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