Beauty From the Inside Out

The health of our hair, nails and skin reflects what’s going on inside our bodies. By focusing solely on aesthetic health from the outside it produces limited results.

  • Hair Health

    All components of the hair structure require nourishment and energy for growth.

    How does hair get damaged?

    Environment, hard water, stress, medications, hormones, chemical services, heat/mechanical friction.

  • Skin/Scalp Health

    Skin requires topical nourishment as well as internal.

    The scalp ages 6x faster.

    The scalp is the most porous skin and absorbs everything we put on it.

    Product buildup blocks the hair follicles.

  • Gut Health

    If microbes become unbalanced it can lead to inflammation which can trigger the skin.

    Your gut is like soil. You have to feed it nutritious food & good bacteria to support good digestion which affects the health of hair, nails & skin.

You aren’t what you eat. You aren’t what you digest. You are what you absorb!

“Virtually every nutritional deficiency can affect the health of our hair, nails & skin.” (George Washington School of Medicine)

Beauty Nutrients


Cell renewal, repair & turnover.Slows the aging process. Keeps scalp hydrated. Anti-inflammatory. Opens up hair follicle growth


Skin is primarily 25% protein. Produces collagen to fight wrinkles. Helps repair tissue. Carries nutrients to cells. Building blocks for healthy cells.


“Good Carbs” high in nutrients. Provide energy & fiber. Fiber helps with absorption of nutrients & digest our food. Healthy gut is less inflamed, less toxins into the bloodstream.


Anti Inflammatory properties, relieves redness & skin irritation. Vital for tissue growth & repair. Keeps oil glands around the follicles working at capacity. Aids in rapid hair follicle growth. This nutrient maintains skin integrity and structure. Slows hair loss. Speeds up follicle recovery (thicker hair!) Promotes cell reproduction, tissue growth.

Vitamins A, C, D, E

Essential vitamins synergistically support overall skin and hair health.

Vitamin A: prevents sun damage, fortifies the epidermis, and sustains scalp moisture for vibrant skin and healthy hair
Vitamin C: promotes healthy hair growth, collagen production, and combats dandruff
Vitamin D: regulates skin-cell growth, enhances the immune system, and creates new healthy hair follicles
Vitamin E: neutralizes free radicals, delays aging effects, and hydrates for a healthy scalp and hair.

Hair Cycling

The process of creating a routine to support your specific hair type and texture.

A cycle of products that have different purposes but are all working together for a common goal of healthy, nourished hair.

Four to five day regimen and incorporates “rest” days.

Reduces the potential risk of inflammation from active ingredients or products that strip.

Good for everyone!

Superfood Ingredients for Scalp


Strengthens the scalp, supports hair growth, stimulates the follicles by improving circulation. Protects against free radicals & environmental damage.

Celery Seed

Anti inflammatory properties, promotes scalp purity and comfort. Soothes itch and reduces oil. Moisturizing, rich in Vit B, C, E.


Promotes soft, healthy skin and hair. Moisturizing. Anti-inflammatory.


Rich in Vitamin C. Strengthens dry skin. Natural collagen, vitamins & minerals.


Creates a healthy environment for skin, scalp and hair. Clarifying. Antioxidant. Rich in Vitamin C.

Rice Water

Adds protein to strengthen hair, increases hair volume, strengthens follicles, repairs hair cuticle damage.

4 Healthy Hair Pillars

  • 1. Scalp Nutrition

  • 2. Healthy Diet

  • 3. Healthy lifestyle

  • 4. Gentle Products

Common Hair Issues

Thinning/shedding/slow growing: Protein, Zinc or Iron deficiency

Early grey: Vitamin B12 deficiency

Dull: Protein, Iron deficiency

Drying/breakage/split ends: Essential fatty acid deficiency

Dandruff/flaky/itchy: Zinc or essential fatty acid deficiency

Oily: Hormone imbalance

Frizzy: Essential fatty acid deficiency

Women make up 40% of all hair loss cases.  *American Hair Loss Association

Superfood Food-Hair Connection

One of the easiest ways you can take care of your hair is by eating a balanced diet, and certain deficiencies in your diet can cause hair loss. While there are several culprits, two of the most common are an iron deficiency and a vitamin B12 deficiency. You can take iron and B12 supplements, but these nutrients can also be found in many foods. Incorporate plenty of dark greens, nutrient-rich fruits like berries, and good proteins into your routine, and avoiding excess dairy, which has been linked to hair loss.


Berries are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants—both of which are key to protecting your hair and boosting collagen, which is essential for strengthening hair and keeping your tresses hydrated and smooth. 

Leafy Greens

While kale is a health food powerhouse, spinach is the true star. It has vitamin A and additional vitamin C, but also a great source of iron. While vitamin A helps the scalp to produce sebum, which moisturizes your scalp and hair, and iron promotes hair growth and repair. 


Eggs are essential for two reasons: they are a great source of protein—which is key in preventing hair loss—and they are high in biotin, a vitamin known for its hair-growing powers.


Nuts contain vitamins B and E, zinc, and fatty acids—all of which aid in overall hair health. Beans are also rich in zinc and contain additional hair-helping nutrients like biotin, iron, and folate. 


Red and yellow sweet bell peppers and sweet potatoes contain high concentrations of vitamin C, vitamin A, and beta-carotene.


Avocados are packed with vitamin E and healthy fats that can repair hair damage.


Shellfish are a good source of vitamin D and salmon has omega-3 fatty acids to promote healthy, shiny hair.