Lustrous Locks

Lustrous Locks

  • Our ultimate hair supplement
  • 7 nutrients including Biotin, Selenium & Zinc
  • Silica & MSM

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per month for 56 Capsules (4 week supply)
(Was £20 plus free P&P)

£15.00

for 28 capsules (2 weeks supply)

£10.00

Average rating: Average rating of 4.5 out of 5 from 2 votes

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Why?

When it comes to healthy hair it is not just what you put on your tresses that counts, it is what you put in your body too. The hair on your head is already dead and so the best way to achieve healthy lustrous locks is to look after your roots and feed your follicles with fortifying nutrients!

How it works

With MSM (methyl-sulphonyl-methane), Vitamin C, Silica, the super antioxidant N-Acetyl Cysteine, Biotin, Zinc, Selenium, Iron and Copper. MSM is a nutritional form of sulphur, an essential component in the formation of collagen, elastin, cartilage and keratin, perfect for producing mineral-rich hair. Silica proactively repairs not just hair but tissue, bone and skin too, helping maintain a youthful vigour. And as if that wasn’t enough, these little capsules also contain trace minerals Selenium, Zinc and the B vitamin biotin, which in combination, work their bottoms off to promote cell growth, contributing to fabulous, growing, healthy hair. After all, we didn’t call it Lustrous Locks for nothing.

When do I take it?

Two capsules to be taken daily with or after a meal.

Active Ingredients Average per 2 capsule dosage % EC RDA*
Silica 30mg -
Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (MSM) 850mg -
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 160mg 200
Biotin 150µg 300
Zinc 15mg 150
Selenium (yeast free) 100µg 100
N-Acetyl L-Cysteine 100mg -
Iron 16mg 114
Copper 1mg 100

Our Ingredients

MSM, Vitamin C 99%, N Acetyl L-Cysteine, Zinc Bisglycinate 20-24%, Iron Bisglycinate 22-24% FE, Bamboo Extract 75% Silica, ECL (Bambusa Vulgaris) (80 mesh), Copper Bisglycinate 10-12.5% cu, Selenium methuonine 0.5%, Magnesium Stearate, Biotin

*RDA – Recommended Daily Allowance µg – microgram ; mg - milligram

  • If pregnant, planning pregnancy or breast-feeding, please seek medical advice before taking this product.
  • Keep out of reach of young children.
  • High levels of iron can be dangerous for children.
  • Store in a cool dry place.
  • Suitable for vegetarians.
  • Do not exceed recommended dose.
  • Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet and healthy lifestyle.

You can take with...

  • Beautify Me
  • Beauty & Green Coffee Bean

You can't take with...

  • Energise Me
  • Daily 4 Me The Younger Years
  • Daily 4 Me The Hectic Years
  • Daily 4 Me The Fabulous Years

IMPORTANT: The above is based on which Inner Me products you can take together without hitting any upper safe limits for vitamins and minerals. The above does not take into account any other VMS products you may be taking. If under medical supervision, pregnant or lactating seek guidance from your doctor before using any of our products.

My hair and how it ages!

Did you know that your hair grows in three stages? All the hair on your body grows in cycles, but not every hair is always at the same stage, at the same time. Here are the three stages of hair growth.

Anagen: The Growth Stage 

The first stage of hair growth is the Anagen Stage. This is the stage of the cycle where new hair is produced. Approximately 85% of all the hair on the body will be in the growth stage at one time.

Catagen: The Regression or Falling Out Stage

The Catagen Stage is the second stage in the hair growth cycle. In this stage, the hair shaft grows upward and detaches itself from the bulb. Once the hair has detached itself from the bulb, its also gets cut off from the blood supply. This means that the hair no longer receives any nutrients or pigment. This is the mean reason why hair in this stage looks dull and unhealthy. Only 2 to 3% of the body's hair will be at this stage at any given time.

Telogen: The Final or Resting Stage

This is the stage in the hair growth cycle when hair is at its fullest size. In this stage, hairs are completely erect in the follicle, allowing the hair to show above the skin's surface. Hair is more likely to either shed or fall out during this stage. Only 15% of the body's hair will be in this stage at any given time.

Hair Shedding

It is normal to shed around 100 hairs per day. Most people notice more shed hairs than normal when washing their hair, on their pillow in the morning or when brushing their hair. Postpartum women in particular notice the shed of the hair…if you have had a baby recently you will know all about this! A wide range of factors can impact on the health of the hair, hair shedding and hair growth. These factors can prevent the body from efficiently absorbing the essential nutrients from food and are often lifestyle related.

Comments

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  • Hayleym

    I am so pleased after taking these little capsules of magic.
    I understand it takes around 4-6 weeks for your body to adjust to vitamins.
    After two weeks I have noticed my hair has grown so much faster and feels a lot thicker.
    I have been trying to grown my hair for years and I just have to get the growth cut off due to damage .
    I am so happy with this product and will continue to buy.
    Thankyou 😬🙋💇💆

    Tue 07 Oct 20:10:56

Lustrous Locks

HAIR CARE

Swishy, gorgeous hair needn’t be just the stuff of TV adverts. Sure, our genetics play a huge part in the hair you inherit but diet and nutrition play a key role too.

Knowing how to make the most of your crowning glory is helped by understanding a little more about hair itself.

The main constituent of hair is keratin, a structural protein. This is made in the hair follicle using the protein we eat, with support from a number of vitamins and minerals. Put simply, if your diet is poor, your hair follicle won’t get the building blocks it needs to make strong, healthy hair.

The most important nutrient for hair growth is protein, due to its structural role. The good news is that you don’t need to go crazy on your diet to help support lustrous locks. Protein is abundant in many foods, and it’s rare for anyone to be protein-deficient. Meat, fish, dairy products, tofu, pulses and nuts are all great sources. A palm size portion of protein is the perfect amount at mealtimes.

Studies have also linked zinc and selenium with hair loss, both of which are micronutrients. You need a small amount of these but many people are deficient through diet alone.

Iron, vitamin A and omega-3 deficiencies are common in people who experience challenges with hair lustre or loss too. So, make sure you include some oily fish or nuts and seeds in your diet. Lean meat or lentils are good for iron. Leafy greens provide beta-carotene, which is converted to Vitamin A in the body.

Remember too that each hair goes through a period of growth followed by a rest phase, when the hair eventually falls out. Stressful events can push more hairs into the resting phase - this includes the stress caused by crash dieting, or a poor diet based on processed foods, sugar and alcohol.

So, eat well and use our Inner Menu for inspiration - and remember to take time out every now and then to relax and de-stress.

Download our individual diet plans