Consider a Hair Vitamin!Words by Courtney Kellar
Photos courtesy of Nouráge
You have most likely booked a professional stylist for your destination wedding to make sure your hair looks its absolute best throughout your W-Day! However, a stylist can only do so much. To make sure your hair puts its best foot forward, so to speak, you might want to consider a hair vitamin to help boost your hair’s natural luster and strength. One such vitamin is Nouráge. First introduced over ten years ago, Nouráge is a keratin-based hair vitamin for women that recently released a new and improved formula. The new vitamin has added benefits for your skin and nails, as well. Nouráge was originally created in the Swiss Alps and provides the body with essential proteins and nutrients to help grow thicker, healthier hair.
Nouráge’s new formula includes cynatine keratin combined with a number of other essential ingredients and antioxidants proven to boost your hair’s health, strength and shine, decrease hair loss and increase nail strength, color and smoothness. So, how exactly does it work? Keratin is a protein that forms naturally at the root of your hair and fingers. Much like your bones become more brittle without adequate calcium, your hair becomes weaker and thinner without having sufficient keratin in the hair follicles. The new formula not only now targets your skin and nails, but is easier to take. Simply take three Nouráge pills a day.
In clinical studies, the keratin in Nouráge was shown to improve hair strength by over ten percent, increase shine by 75 percent and improve skin moisture by over 30 percent. Using Nouráge over 90 days, hair loss was also shown to decrease by an average of 30 percent. For more information on Nouráge and to see if it might be right for you, visit nourage.com.
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