Five natural ways to improve hair, skin, and nail health this winter

We all know how winter in Canada is… harsh and can wreak havoc on your hair, skin, and nails. From lotions and moisturizers to conditioners and coconut oil, money spent on beauty products can add up fast. 

To make sure you’re getting the right amount of vitamins and minerals every day, our health experts have put together five natural ways you can improve the health of your hair, skin, and nails this winter.



1. Stay hydrated

Are you drinking enough water? Staying hydrated through the winter boosts not only your immune system but also improves the overall appearance of your skin. Drinking more water circulates essential nutrients to your skin cells and is the best, most natural way to get beautiful, glowing, and healthy skin. 

According to dermatologist Steven Deliduka , “I’ve found that water can have a significant impact in skin health. Without adequate water intake, skin appears duller, and wrinkles and pores more prominent.”


2. Eat healthily

As the age-old saying goes, you are what you eat… A healthy diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat dairy can help you get glowing skin, shiny hair, and strong nails. 

If you feel like you’re not consuming enough protein this winter, you must take supplements for keratin, the main building block of your hair, skin, and nails. Taking keratin supplements prevents hair loss and improves the texture of your skin and nails.


3. Take supplements

While multivitamins and supplements are not (and never can be!) a substitute for whole foods, they’re a good way to compensate for any missing key nutrients from your diet. So if you’re not eating the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables per day, it’s probably time to start taking supplements to improve your hair, skin, and nail health. 

Greeniche Hair, Skin, and Nails Formula is packed with essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals to give you naturally healthy skin, hair, and nails. It contains proprietary omega fatty acids and vitamin C for better absorption to give you noticeable improvement within a short span of time.


4. Take Vitamin C

You can get your daily dose of vitamin C from seasonal winter fruits and vegetables such as oranges, strawberries, bell peppers, and tomatoes, etc. If you don’t have the time or access to these incredible in-season winter produce, vitamin C supplements can also do the trick. Try Greeniche Time Release Vitamin C to boost your skin and hair health!


5. Use coconut oil

Gently rubbing high quality coconut oil into your scalp softens the hair and treats cracked, brittle nails, and damaged cuticles during the process. Wrap your hair in a warm towel and leave it on for about an hour before rinsing it off with a gentle shampoo and conditioner.

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