Autumn Foods for Healthy, Glowing Hair and Skin

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Summer is winding down, and the weather is shifting to our liking. Now is the time to enjoy the autumn leaves, pumpkin spice and cosy nights. But don't forget about your hair and skin health. It's important to know what foods and products to utilise during the Autumn season.

As the season changes, so should your eating habits. Here are autumn-inspired foods to take advantage of for full nutrients all season long.

Cranberries

Cranberries, one of the best low-calorie fruits to not only help with dry skin and dandruff, but it also carries vitamin A and C to assist with decreasing blood pressure. Try Kiehl's Turmeric and Cranberry Seed Energizing Radiance Mask to brighten your face and provide smoother skin for those dewey mornings Autumn brings.

Pumpkin

We know Autumn screams pumpkins, but they are more than just decoration for the holiday season. Pumpkin help promotes the production of collagen which causes you to look younger, reduce asthma attacks and flushes out toxins and waste from the body. Arcona Pumpkin Body Lotion infuses pumpkin extracts and is suitable for repairing sun damaged skin. Try this product out as you slowly transition into the new season.

Apples

Apples are an extremely rich antioxidant and dietary fibre. You can get the most nutrients out of apples by eating the skin. It's the ideal fruit to stimulate hair growth and reduce hair loss. And if you want glowing skin with a reduced appearance of pores; give Juice Beauty's Apple Brightening Essense serum a shot. It's an eco-friendly product with organic ingredients.

Pomegranate

This fruit is mostly seen during the Autumn season and has Vitamin K, potassium, folic acid, and protein to name a few; to strengthen your strands and give your hair the natural shine it needs. Test out Mielle's Pomegranate & Honey Leave-In Conditioner to minimize frizz for healthier, happier strands.

Broccoli

Broccoli is packed with nutrients of Vitamin C and helps heal and protector cuts and wounds in the body. To add, broccoli seed oil can improve your hair, and strengthen split ends. It is particularly beneficial for the hair and skin. Ouidad Mongongo Oil contains broccoli oil and can be used as a leave-in to moisturize and condition the hair and scalp.

Start incorporating these foods and products into your daily regimen for a smooth transition as autumn is approaching. These items will keep your body healthy and skin beautiful.

Bliss HealthJoia Williamson