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When More is More

When More is More

By Crown Affair

A wide range of factors contribute to your health and well-being. Everything from diet to mental health, to exercise and movement. But one of the best, simplest ways to promote health—from your immune systems to daily energy—is hydration. It sounds easy enough, but hydration aids in supporting many critical bodily functions like digestion and detoxification. Health issues like insomnia, fatigue, digestive problems, and long-term health 

And we know that your overall health can be mirrored by the health of your hair. Without a doubt, one of the best ways you can keep your hair looking and feeling its best is by staying hydrated. Regular hydration provides so many feel-good benefits to your hair including: 

Promoting growth

In order to grow, your hair needs to be moisturized from the inside out. Water hydrates your hair follicles and stimulates growth as a result. 

Maintaining a balanced scalp

Drinking enough water ensures that your skin and scalp are getting essential nutrients and minerals. Hydration also helps to maintain the balance of your scalp's natural oils. 

Preventing dryness and breakage

When you’re dehydrated, your body will naturally direct water to more critical systems over your hair. This can leave your hair brittle and dry, with split ends. 

Maintaining elasticity 

Water is the key nutrient that keeps your hair strong, full, shiny, and at its most ideal texture. Hydrated hair is healthy hair.

For great-looking hair, try incorporating hydration into your daily rituals. Start your mornings with hot water and a squeeze of fresh lemon. Eat water-dense veggies like tomatoes and cucumbers. Bring a sleek, reusable water bottle with you whenever you’re on the go.


Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, 𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘞𝘢𝘷𝘦 (1917)