Munch on these
Summer Foods to keep your

Hair and body in good health

Summers are already quite taxing for most of us! The scorching heat not only affects your skin and body but also your hair to a great extent. During summers, dealing with hairfall can get difficult. The harsh sun working on your hair, makes it dry and brittle, and thus, more prone to hair breakage. While you may be loving a dip in the pool in summers, your hair might feel otherwise. The chlorinated water can lead to a lot of hair damage, leaving your hair distressed and lifeless. Taking care of your body and hair during summers is extremely essential. A part of this care may be using sunscreens, scarves, serums, conditioners and what not. It is also very important to eat right and keep yourself hydrated. Remember, it is not just the external care but also the right diet that can make a lot of difference.

You must have already gone through a lot of healthy hair tips. Here are a few foods that will keep your hair healthy and happy as ever! Munch away, ladies!

Spinach–
A source of Iron

Spinach–
A source of Iron

Deficiency of iron has been proven to be one of the leading causes of hair fall. Spinach provides nutrients like Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Protein, making it an essential part of the diet. It also contains Sebum, which helps in moisturizing hair and locking moisture ensuring+F16 healthy hair. Hydrating hair is key to damage-free hair, especially during summer. But is there any alternative for today's busy woman? The new Pantene Open Hair Miracle is created with the ancient secret of Fermented Rice Water and Pantene's Patented Pro-Vitamin Formula which not only works as a serum but also a leave-in conditioner.

Walnuts–
A source of Biotin

Walnuts–
A source of Biotin

We are asking you to go nuts! Keep those precious walnuts handy and eat them from time to time for healthy hair. They contain Biotin, Vitamin B, Vitamin E and plenty of Protein and Magnesium, all of which play a big role in strengthening hair cuticles and nourishing the scalp. With walnuts by your side, excessive hair fall and damaged hair won’t be in your list of worries for sure! This is one healthy hair care tip that is vouched for by generations.

Lentils–
A source of Protein

Lentils–
A source of Protein

Our hair is mainly made of Protein and to prevent damaged hair, a reliable source of Protein can go a long way. Lentils are high in Folic Acid, which helps increase Red Blood Cells, which, in turn, increase the flow of Oxygen to your hair roots. Excessive hair fall? Is that even a thing? Not if you eat Lentils.

Carrots–
A source of Vitamin A

Carrots–
A source of Vitamin A

Who says carrots are good only for the eyes ? Carrots are a rich source of Vitamin A, which acts as a natural hair conditioner. Carrots are known to combat hair fall as they improve blood circulation in your scalp. If you are not quite the raw carrot lover, there are many other interesting ways of incorporating carrots in your diet. Drink a nice cold glass of carrot juice or make an interesting salad. The possibilities are endless! Now, isn’t that an easy and healthy hair care tip?
Bonus Tip: While you keep munching on the carrots, apply Pantene Open Hair Miracle on your hair and let your hair seep in the nourishment.

Flaxseeds–
A source of Omega-3

Flaxseeds–
A source of Omega-3

Yes, we suggest you eat these seeds for strong and healthy hair. Flaxseeds are a super food that have proven to be the best ingredient to deal with hair fall. Flaxseeds are not only a rich source of Omega-3 but are also loaded with Vitamin B1, Manganese and Dietary Fiber. Include this in your diet and bid damaged hair a permanent good bye! Get those Flaxseeds, now!

Oranges–
A source of vitamin C

Oranges–
A source of vitamin C

What's not to love about an orange? It makes an awesome juice, super ingredient for those mocktails (yes, yes, cocktails too) and the easiest fruit to binge on. Out of all the hair fall tips, eating an orange should probably be the non-fussiest one. Oranges help in the making of Collagen which strengthens the capillaries that supply blood to the hair shaft. Now, who knew eating this good-looking fruit would help you stay away from excessive hair fall? This watery fruit should follow you around wherever you go in summers!

Water–
Greatest source of hydration

Water–
Greatest source of hydration

Well, we aren’t giving away any brownie points for guessing this one! Water is the best hydrating agent for your body as well as your hair. Drinking about 8-10 glasses of water depending on your physical activity and everyday routine during the summers and otherwise would help to keep your hair and body healthy and hydrated. Drinking lots of water is the fool-proof way to get strong and luscious hair all the year round. Do we really need to stress on this anymore?

While there a million things you can do to protect your hair this summer, the most important among them all is using the perfect hair product. Yes ladies, you heard us right!

Invest in the base and keep those tresses as gorgeous as ever. Use a shampoo and conditioner like the Pantene Hairfall Control Shampoo and Conditioner from the Pantene Advanced Hairfall Solution Range and bid goodbye to all your hairfall worries at once. It contains the ancient secret of Fermented Rice Water and Pantene's Patented Pro-Vitamin Formula that gives your hair the care and the love they deserve!
Go all out this summer with the right foods and the right hair care regime along with your BFF, Pantene!

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