As many of you have been following along with my posts about our new CollagenWorks, we had at one point scratched the surface of another one of our supplements, Hair Skin Nails, and how it differs from the collagen line. Because there is just SO much more to it then what we have talked about, I want to dive in to 3 reasons (aside from your hair will grow) why this herbal beauty powerhouse is so effective and can help what could be your best features grow and glow!
You Don?t have a Large Variety of Foods in Your Diet
Let?s be honest here?Do you find yourself eating the same thing every day because it?s either fast, easy or you simply just don?t want to get creative with what you eat? I work with many clients who feel this way, and yogurt or oatmeal is a regular thing for breakfast almost every day of the work week. While it is great that you are putting these healthy whole foods into your diet, if you aren?t switching up your routine enough, you end up getting the same nutrients every time, and don?t branch out to eat the rest of the nutrients that your body needs to look radiant! This is why Hair Skin Nails provides the nutrients you need to grow these features and help them look strong and healthy!
You don?t eat a lot of food!
Call it a hunch, but my assumption is that recently you have been trying to lose some weight by eating less. While this can be effective when done properly and with precision, the more calories you cut out of your daily diet, the greater your chance is that you are not receiving enough of the nutrients you need to maintain your glimmer! I have good news for you: you can keep up with your weight loss regimen and still have beautiful hair, skin and nails. In fact, this is part of what losing weight the ?healthy way? means! Hair Skin Nails provides the nutrients that are in whole foods which may also make it more difficult to lose weight because of all of the calories. Vitamins E and B6 and the mineral zinc are a few of these, all of which are provided in more than 100% of your daily recommendation! Therefore, if you can cut out what is unnecessary and keep what is by using HSN, it is possible to have a slimmer figure AND a beaming glow!
You are putting toxins into your body through what you eat (and drink)
I think you should be able to have a glass of wine every now and then when you?re trying to be healthier! However, science shows that the toxins that build up in our bodies from excess consumption of alcohol, fried foods and sugar can all make an impact on how well our bodies thrive. Since our hair, skin and nails are an outside reflection of what is going on inside of us, if they aren?t strong and shimmering (like they should always be) then it could be an indication that you need something to help your body detox! Hair Skin Nails is great for this reason because of its proprietary blend that contains grape seed extract, a potent antioxidant, and Extramel? melon pulp concentrate, one of the best melon extracts on the market! Extramel has not only been show to be a potent antioxidant, but also alleviate stress and fatigue in clinical trials! Glowing hair, skin and nails AND less stress and exhaustion? Me please!
So now that you know 3 of the major factors that impact hair, skin and nail health, I hope you can consider if they are applicable to you. These physical features are really good at telling us when things aren?t ?alright? in our lives. On the other hand, they can give us great insights to figure out what we need to be doing to make it ?all-right?! It Works has already done that research and put their findings into Hair Skin Nails, so why not make it more than just alright? Make your presence a lasting effect!
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