If You Want Gorgeous Hair… Try Eggs | Awayion Beauty

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Ever crave having gorgeous hair?

Do you know how to turn your unhealthy hair into gorgeous flowing locks?

In this post, discover 3 beauty hacks to getting gorgeous hair by using eggs. Because every girl should have stunning hair.

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TL:DR A quick post glance:

  1. Iron
  2. Fatty Acid
  3. Zinc

Sound rad? Okay, ladies, let’s start.

1. Egg Whites Have Fabulous Hair Growing Iron

First, the trace mineral iron is in egg whites. You hinder your hair growth when your body is iron deficient. Without iron, it hinders oxidation, which leads to the production of inactive cells.

So, get gorgeous hair now by making a yummy egg white omelet for breakfast.

2. Eggs’ Fatty Acid Prevents Hair Loss

An essential fatty acid in egg yolks is linoleic acid. A diet only deficient in linoleate cause mild skin scaling and hair loss.

Now, you know as you eat eggs you can prevent your gorgeous hair from shedding.

3. Egg Yolks Skyrocket Your Hair Length via Zinc

Gorgeous Hair with eggs

The trace mineral zinc is high in egg yolks. Zinc is active in well over one hundred different reactions in the body. Your silky flowing locks could not grow long without zinc.

So, before your morning workout, cook and eat an egg yolk. Not only will it give you an energy boost, it will lengthen your locks.

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Major Takeaways

You now know how amazing eggs are for gorgeous hair.

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