IV Therapy and Hydration and Healthy Hair

When we think of healthy hair, we may not necessarily think hydration or IV Therapy but that should change starting right now!

Water and hydration are just as important for our hair as is it to the rest of our bodies.  Every unique and solitary strand of hair on our heads is composed of cells and those cells are nourished by water.  It’s no different from everything else in our bodies. Hair may technically consist of dead cells, but our hair follicles are alive and kicking and thirsty!  Hair growth and healthy hair maintenance take up a large portion of most of our lives. However, we rarely give what we put into our bodies. That includes the gravity and weight that it deserves when it comes to the way that we care for our hair.  We look toward more external remedies when healthy hair starts from within.

We are always concerned about our hair whether it is the way that it is styled or its length or even the degree of dryness that it possesses. Hair is important to both men and women alike.  We spend millions of dollars on shampoos, conditioners, and serums every year in the quest for luscious beautiful locks. One of the easiest ways to ensure that we are maintaining a healthy mane is by being properly hydrated on a daily basis.  

In addition to an IV infusion procedure, drinking the proper amount of water every day is just one way to maintain hydration and healthy hair.  Small dietary additions can also make an enormous difference in how our hair feels, grows and behaves. Foods like avocados, berries, and even spinach have both high water content and are vitamin rich which aid in us being able to develop healthier, shinier, longer hair.

Dehydration can have devastating effects on our hair causing dryness, breakage, split ends, and even hair loss.  IV therapy can certainly alleviate dehydration and an IV infusion procedure can help to jumpstart a healthier relationship between our bodies and our hair. Strand by strand, it’ll bridge the gap between the moisture we need inside of our bodies and the amount of moisture that we are actually putting into our bodies.