Hair, Skin and Nails Plus: Nourish from within for healthier hair, skin and nails
Buried Treasure™ Hair, Skin and Nails Plus is a natural, high-potency supplement that benefits hair, skin and nails. This bioavailable liquid multivitamin nourishes from within to promote stronger nails, lustrous hair, and vibrant skin.
Normal topical cosmetics may not fix common hair, skin and nails issues
Without proper care, nutrition, and/or supplementation, many hair, skin and nails issues can occur.
Hair becomes thin, breakable, fizzy, and dull. Nails can grow to be brittle and soft with peeling at the edges. And skin dulls with reduced elasticity and more wrinkles and/or acne breakouts.
You may think to supplement failing hair, skin and nails with topical cosmetics, but these creams and ointments don’t nourish from within.
It is important to begin within the body to ensure the tissues and proteins that form the hair, skin and nails are strong and healthy.
Specialty nutrients in Hair, Skin and Nails Plus
Hair, Skin and Nails Plus is chalked full of nutrients to provide many benefits.
The oral multivitamin contains four categories of specialty ingredients that condition hair, strengthen nails, and promote clear skin – all in one, high-potency supplement.
- High potency specialty ingredients
Phytoceramide Complex – Ceramides are natural skin-based lipids that retain moisture. This helps keep skin hydrated and texture smooth and supple to appear more youthful. It also provides strong defenses against skin diseases.
Cynatine HNS® – Is a bioavailable supplement created by Roxlor that can deliver keratin peptides to the hair and nails, promoting growth and strength while reducing hair loss.
Cartenoid Comlex (dunelilla salina) – Dunaliella salina is the richest known source of dietary beta-carotene and mixed carotenoid. Beta-carotene promotes the activity of vitamin A, which is an essential vitamin for healthy skin and hair. Dunaliella salina also contains a variety of protein and amino acids, lipids, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.
Pycnogenol® – Pycnogenol is created by Horphag Research and significantly improves visible signs of skin aging, fights damage caused by stress, and increases skin elasticity and hydration. It also increases the natural production of hyaluronic acid production, which binds to moisture in the skin to reduce signs of aging and help the skin look healthier.
- Organic compounds
MSM – MSM is a sulfur chemical compound found in plants, known for its anti-inflammatory properties and ability to stimulate blood circulation (1). The sulfur in MSM bonds to hair, making it stronger and encourages hair growth. It also reverses the signs of aging in the skin and reduces redness, improve some skin conditions (i.e., rosacea), and help in healing minor tissue damage (2).
PABA – PABA protects the skin free radicals and prevents DNA damage when exposures to ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
Sodium Hylaronic Acid – Sodium Hylaronic Acid is created naturally by the skin and is important for wound healing, strengthening the skin, tissue building, and reducing the signs of aging, such as wrinkles. It is well known for its contribution to maintenance of water content in skin and keeping tissue hydrated (3).
Silica Rice Chelate – Silica (also known as silicon, the trace mineral) is produced naturally by the body, but also found in plants and minerals, and is most concentrated in skin, hair, and nails. It enhances collagen production to strengthen locks and nails and to keep skin supple and wrinkle free (4). Collagen is especially important as we age to keep skin strong and prevent signs of aging.
- Vitamins and minerals
Biotin – Biotin is part the vitamin B family that promotes healthy cell growth and metabolism of protein-building amino acids used in nail, skin and hair growth (5). It strengthens hair and nails and prevents hair loss (6).
Vitamins E and C – These vitamins are antioxidants that protect cells from free radicals and oxidative stress. They also prevents and reverses damage to the hair and skin by providing benefits like improving blood circulation in the scalp, controlling oil production, and adding moisture and shine (7).
Minerals (Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium and Copper) – Many minerals are needed to keep hair, skin, and nails healthy. Calcium is a key component of nails. Magnesium is an important mineral for protein synthesis in the body, how keratin is produced. Zinc is involved in the healthy growth and division of cells in the hair and nails (5). Selenium is a trace element that acts together with vitamin C to provide antioxidant function in to protect the hair and nails to protect against stress and damage. Copper is an important component in melanin, which influences the color and lustrousness of skin and hair (8).
- Antioxidant plant-based ingredients
Blueberry – Berries are loaded with beneficial nutrients that benefit the nails, skin, and hair. They are full of with vitamin C, giving it strong antioxidant power to protect hair follicles against damage from free radicals. The vitamins and minerals in blueberries also helps to produce collagen to strengthen hair and prevent breakage (9).
Aloe Vera – Aloe gel comes from the Aloe Vera plant well known for its ability to heal damaged skin tissue and decrease acne inflammation. It contains beneficial vitamins (vitamin A, C, E, B-12, and B-9) that provide many other health benefits (10).
Is Hair, Skin and Nails Plus right for you?
Buried Treasure™ Hair, Skin and Nails Plus contains many ingredients to ensure strong and healthy hair, skin and nail.
This supplement expands the power of nourishment from within by combining the best plant sourced nutraceuticals, organic compounds, high potency vitamins, minerals and nourishing foods.
If you have difficulties with common hair, skin and nail issues – lackluster hair prone to breakage, brittle nails, or skin predisposed to breakouts – Hair, Skin and Nails Plus may be the perfect natural supplement for you.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns about adding a high-potency supplement in your daily routine, or if it many react with your current medications, seek advice from a medical professional.
Author: Allison Lansman, RDN, LD
Allison Lansman is a Registered Dietitian (RD), freelance nutrition and health writer, and wellness blogger. She is the owner/operator of The Freelance RD writing service and blog. Her business provides mainly writing services, but also product development, educational services and brand partnerships.
As an RD, Allison embraces a modern approach to nutrition and wellness. She believes we benefit most from building positive, balanced connections between mind, body, food, and environment. And she is passionate about sharing that philosophy through wellness communication and writing.
Her educational background is through Iowa State University, where she completed both her undergraduate degree and dietetics internship. She is currently studying towards an Masters in Public Health.