How to repair damaged skin, hair and nails in three simple, streamlined steps

How to repair damaged skin, hair and nails in three simple, streamlined steps

Posted by Jessica Lim on

Skinimalism, softly tousled, air-dried hair and naked manicures are on the rise.

It’s a refreshing break for our beauty routines, but if you’re experiencing damaged skin and a compromised moisture barrier, bond damage to your hair or weak, brittle nails, it’s time to give your complexion, strands and tips a little TLC. Here are three clinically backed ways to support your skin, hair and nail health – and get your beauty goals back on track – in one streamlined daily routine.

How to repair damaged skin barrier? Take your skincare slow

Sometimes the promise of smooth, bright skin makes high powered actives like retinol and exfoliating acids all too tempting. If your skin is suddenly feeling tight, dehydrated and irritated, you might have damaged your skin barrier. So it’s best to ease off strong skincare for a few weeks. Instead, start replenishing your skin’s moisture barrier with a liquid beauty supplement. Formulated with marine collagen peptides, hyaluronic acid and vitamin C + E, BeMe’s Be Radiant supplement is clinically backed to stimulate collagen production, replenish skin’s natural hyaluronic acid reserves and nourish dry skin. It’s even proven to increase skin elasticity by 15% in 90 days and significantly reduce wrinkles in 28 days. That means you’ll see firm, bouncy and hydrated skin – without harsh skincare. To reduce redness and help protect skin against modern skin aggressors (like pollution and stress), Be Radiant is also formulated with antioxidants. One daily sachet of Be Radiant contains potent doses of vitamin C, vitamin E and CoQ10 to help soothe inflammation and brighten dark spots. This not only delivers a calmer, clearer complexion in just weeks, but helps protect against premature wrinkles, collagen loss and pigmentation too. Once you’ve supported your skin health and a glowing complexion from within, strip back your topical skincare routine. Look for gentle cleansers, calming serums and barrier-pairing moisturizers to holistically repair your damaged skin barrier.

How to get thick hair? Try a collagen supplement

Our strands are made of a protein called keratin, but our hair is dead as soon as it emerges from our scalp. So the most effective way to repair damaged hair is by supporting its growth and thickness at the roots, in the dermis. Collagen is found in the dermis, the middle layer of skin, across the body. It’s where hair begins to grow from a collection of cells called follicles. By boosting collagen production and supporting a healthy scalp, a liquid collagen supplement like Be Radiant floods hair follicles with everything they need to grow strong, glossy hair. Collagen supplementation has even been found to reduce hair fall, so new hair grows in thick, full and healthy. When it comes to your in-shower hair care, reach for hydrating shampoos and conditioners to gently cleanse the scalp and soften dry strands. Out of the shower, lock-in hydration with a nourishing leave-in conditioner and shine-inducing hair oil. For a bond-repairing boost, you could also add in a weekly protein mask to minimize breakage and help mend brittle, split ends.

How can I get healthy nails? Support fast nail growth with collagen

Like our hair, our nails are made of keratin. So if you’re experiencing dry or weak nails, try marine collagen supplementation with Be Radiant. By increasing collagen production, marine collagen increases the production of the amino acid arginine, which supports nail growth and health. Be Radiant is even clinically backed to decrease cracks and chips by 42% in 90 days. Fast-growing, healthy nails are also one of the first benefits of collagen supplementation you’ll see. This gives you (almost) instant gratification – and strong, long nails for a minimalist manicure. Just perfect your tips with a gentle buff and file, and nightly application of cuticle oil to keep your nails beautifully shaped and hydrated. Are you ready to get into the nitty gritty of collagen supplementation? Keep reading to learn more about the clinically backed benefits of Be Radiant here.

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