5 Hair Friendly Foods

5 Hair Friendly Foods

On your next run to the grocery store, don't forget to stock up on some of these hair friendly foods that are good on the inside and some good on the outside for a good ole' homemade hair mask.  Here are 5 hair friendly foods.  If you know of anymore good hair foods, share in the comments below.  Love you. 


Tomatoes not only make your favorites dishes taste better but they are also good for your skin and hair if applied topically. They are rich in vitamins and minerals such as A, B, C, and E that are essential for your hair growth. Tomatoes reduce your hair fall, add shine to the strands and help fight dandruff.


Avocado is a great source of biotin, and adding this B-complex vitamin back into the diet may help hair to grow more healthily. A study found that minerals in avocado oil, including potassium and magnesium, may seal cuticle cells, which can help hair look smooth and shiny and prevent it from breaking.


Berries are loaded with beneficial compounds and vitamins that may promote hair growth. This includes vitamin C, which has strong antioxidant properties. Also, the body uses vitamin C to produce collagen, a protein that helps strengthen hair to prevent it from becoming brittle and breaking.


Spinach is a healthy green vegetable that's loaded with beneficial nutrients like folate, iron, and vitamins A and C, all of which may promote hair growth. Vitamin A helps the skin glands produce sebum. This oily substance helps moisturize the scalp to keep hair healthy.

 Sweet potatoes

Did you know that sweet potatoes are a rich source or iron, copper, potassium, magnesium and beta-carotene. Beta-carotene aids cell growth, prevent hair thinning and can even reduce dullness in hair. Potassium and magnesium content in sweet potatoes make them great for high blood pressure patients.


Try these and let me know what you think.  Also, share any other hair friendly foods that you love below in the comments.  Love you!


  • DJ

    Just got my first order! Sure hope to see some results! Love your energy! Stay Safe and Be Blessed!

  • Em

    Unfortunately for me, the products have done little to nothing. I see very few to no results, and I have had the bottle for a few months. The smell is very strong, and the oil has stained my bedding so I’m upset about that, and the cost is a bit much especially for those on a fixed income fighting some underlying issues like scarring alopecia. Why not use a safer way to house the oils that are cheaper than the weight of the glass, and not so expensive packaging. I could go to the store for less. Other than that, I am so proud of you, and I’m so happy for you and your family. Keep smiling and being you. I am so glad that you were able to retire Chance. Every time I see or hear you guys on something, or the Holy Spirit lay you on my mind, I pray and praise God for you all. Take care and keep being you. ~ M

  • Earline brown

    Only thing about the Donna oil I’m a oil I’m a real concern about the chemicals they are very strong so I’ve finished it up but I’m not going to order anymore but I thought I’d just let you know those chemicals are awfully strong

  • Mary Collins

    I have been using this product two months now and my edges right above my ears area is showing results. I will keep using to see if the thickness will come too. I just had birthday and want your opinion on should I perm my hair using this product. I love what I see so far. Blessings for a beautiful lady

  • Denise Richards

    You are blessed, be blessed and Thank you for being a blessing. Using Donna’s set, loving and noticing results. The smell of the oil is strong, so I use it sparingly. Many Blessings.

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