Divi believes in laying a solid foundation for your hair to thrive through clean scalp health. If your scalp is suffering, your hair will be too. Part of your scalp self-care routine comes down to what you’re putting in your body. There are plenty of healthy options out there, but these are a few of our favorite scalp superstars.
Eggs. Eggs are a great source of protein and biotin, both of which are essential for healthy hair growth. The best part about eggs is how easy they are to integrate into your diet. Swap the cereal for a couple of eggs in the morning, or make Cobb Salad for lunch or dinner.
Fish. Most of us know that fish is a great healthy meal option, but its real hair superpower lies in its Omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3’s are often recommended to promote hair growth. Salmon is an easy, healthy, and relatively accessible way to up your Omega 3 intake.
Spinach. Blend it into a smoothie, make a simple salad, or add it to a sandwich - spinach is one of our fave scalp superfoods. Spinach has so much Vitamin A which helps keep the scalp soft and moisturized. Remember - if your scalp isn’t healthy, your hair won’t be either. Your scalp sets the stage for healthy hair growth and maintenance.
Avocado. Who doesn’t love avocado?! Here are just a couple more reasons why you should. Avocados are a great source of Vitamin E. Vitamin E helps to keep your scalp protected and encourages hair growth. Need we say more?
Water. Hydration is key for many of your body's day-to-day functions—including growing healthy, strong hair. Keep your scalp in good shape by drinking enough water to create an environment for healthy hair to thrive.
We don’t believe in miracle products and quick fixes - we believe in taking good care of your whole body and watching it love you right back. That's why, in addition to your nutrition, it's important to take care of your whole self by creating healthy habits, using clean products and finding ways to reduce your stress levels each and every day.
Craving something a little sweeter? Be sure to check out this matcha energy ball recipe featuring hemp seeds that contain the fatty acids necessary to aid in hair health.