Put food on dyed hair for beauty; science approves!
Organically grown by small farmers in Thailand, an effective remedy for healthier hair, claims scientists worldwide
Gorgeous dyed hair is more than the result of an immaculate styling routine or following the latest trendy diet. Worldwide scientific research shows that there are 5 foods that are better placed on your hair and scalp instead of on your dinner plate if you want longer-lasting soft, thick dyed hair!
The science behind it is simple as a 2017 Dermato Endocrinology publication1 attests: the scalp has glands that produces natural oils which keeps both hair and scalp healthy and moisturized. The essential vitamins and nutrients in these 5 foods reinforce the hair's natural oils instead of stripping them2 off unlike with synthetic shampoos and conditioners.
“Hair follicles need natural oils to function,” hair restoration surgeon Robert Dorin at True & Dorin Medical Group in New York explained to Prevention3. “If you have a dry, irritated, or unhealthy scalp, the hair your follicles produced will likely be drier and less manageable, too.”
Properly Supporting Thicker, Healthier Hair
If applying these foods on your hair doesn't appear to help, then consult your doctor. Fading hair color, thinning frizzy hair, and other big changes in your hair's health could be the result of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) hidden in hair products4.
A 2018 study5 by theSilent Spring Institutefound 45 EDCs in 18 tested hair products with up to 84% detected EDCs not listed in the product ingredients. There is ongoing international research by theSilent Spring Institute in 20185(on adults), by the Korean Kyung Hee University Medical Center in 20196 (on adults) and byOxford University in 20197(on children & funded by the US National Institute of Environmental Health Science) on the life altering effects of EDCs as they are absorbed through the skin and scalp.
But if you simply want to safely maintain thicker, livelier hair after dyeing it for longer, putting these 5 foods on your hair rather than your plate matters!
1. Ginger has been treasured in medicinal treatments for centuries - to the point of gaining religious significance in certain cultures. The roots of Ginger, in particular, are used for medicinal purposes. In 2010, the Journal of Medicinal Plant Research published a study8 on the composition and properties of ginger, revealing it is rich in chromium, magnesium and zinc; and a 2014 publication in the European Journal of Experimental Biology9 shows they act as circulatory agents that stimulate blood flow to the scalp. A lack of healthy blood flow denies hair follicles the nutrients and oxygen they need to grow, causing them to thin.
2018 research at the Korean School of Applied Bioscience10 also points to Ginger root oil possessing antiseptic, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties which contributes to scalp cleanliness while providing soothing moisture, ridding the head of any soothes dryness and itching feeling from dandruff.
Ginger root oil alone may not directly cause new hair to grow, but it not only fosters a rich environment for existing hair to flourish, but paves the way for the rest of the 4 foods!
2. Turmeric is a key ingredient in Asian herbal remedies for its health benefits such as: preventing various forms of cancer11, treating Alzheimer's disease12, boosting immunity13, and purifying the skin14. The reason for this is that Turmeric is rich in a compound called curcumin15 which has powerful anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects.
How does this translate to hair care? The first step is scalp cleansing: thanks to its antibacterial benefits, turmeric rids the scalp of diseases and fights skin conditions like psoriasis (as a 2018 study published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology16 concludes). The next step is growth stimulation: curcumin has the ability to absorb vitamin D17 which, as a 2007 Harvard Medical School study confirms18, plays an important role in hair follicle biology.
All in all, Turmeric works as an exfoliator and cleanser for hair and scalp. It keeps existing hair healthy while invigorating and revitalizing the scalp to promote hair growth!
3. Thai Makrut oil has been valued for its naturally powerful anti-inflammatory19, antiseptic, anti-fungal and antibacterial cleansing properties20 for generations. When applied to the scalp, its detoxifying qualities clears away built-up chemical, bacterial, and environmental residue that clogs and dries out hair roots.
This is important because a 2018 publication in the International Journal of Trichology21 not only confirms that scalp inflammation can cause hair loss, but also that these inflammations have "microbial, pollutant, or irritant origins." This pairs well with a 2017 finding in the International Journal of Women's Dermatology22 which confirms that treating scalp inflammations reduces hair loss.
But it doesn’t end there! The antioxidants shields the scalp from oxidative stress – an oxidation reaction that a 2018 study concludes can damage the structure of our cells at the DNA level23 (which causes hair graying24 and hair loss). When working together with other oils, it goes the extra mile by repairing hair damage by moisturizing and transitioning dull and lifeless hair into a shinier and livelier mane!
4. Sesame: familiar throughout the world, Sesame seed oil’s nourishment25 comes from its rich vitamin E, mineral, antibacterial, antiviral, and antioxidant properties. Whereas the other oils on this list prioritize either the hair follicles or the scalp’s deeper tissues, Sesame Seed oil specializes in revitalizing the scalp’s surface. This entails ridding the scalp of dryness, itchiness, flakiness, and dandruff – not to mention treating head lice and keeping bacterial infections at bay!
This doesn’t stop Sesame seed oil's vitamin E content from contributing to your hair’s health, though! A 2010 study26 concluded that vitamin E helps grow hair because it combats oxidative stress. As mentioned in the Thai Makrut section, oxidative stress can damage the structure of our cells at the DNA level21and has been confirmed in a 2018 publication in the Annals of Dermatology27 to cause premature hair graying.
Naturally, Sesame seed oil’s benefits shines greatest when working together with Thai makrut and Coconut.
5. Coconut: The beneficial properties of Coconut oil are boasted about by the shiny and thick haired natives of tropical and coastal regions of the world. Coconut Oil is unique in that it has low molecular weight. A 2015 article in the International Journal of Trichology28 found that coconut oil not only fully penetrates and nourish hair follicles from the inside that other oils cannot reach, but it is the only oil that can also reduce protein loss in both damaged and undamaged hair. Since hair's main component is protein29, loss of protein leads to dull, unhealthy hair30 prone to breakage and graying prematurely.
Moisture from Coconut oil softens dry hair, preventing further hair breakage and split ends while giving it a nice shine and luster. Coconut Oil also acts as a protective coat that shields the hair from heat sources, UV rays, environmental damage, and water sources (such as chlorinated water or salt water). When balanced carefully with Thai makrut and sesame, it heals and protects like no other!
If you want to find a safe and easy-to-use blend instead of mixing up your own, MIT graduate Mew formulated a hair mask and scalp serum based on her grandfather's ancient herbal remedy.
This mixture protects and nourishes both the hair and scalp, resulting in thicker, healthier, beautiful hair without fading color-treated hair. It’s all organic with no involvement of chemicals or EDCs to keep away hidden-scalp damage, chronic diseases and environmental problems.
There is even a giveaway that you can enter below for a chance to win one of her nourishing revival sets!
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ALL-NATURAL HAIR MASK REMEDY INSPIRED BY TRADITIONAL THAI WISDOM
Helps hair cuticles keep hair dye colors for longer periods of time
Specializes in countering and repairing all types of chemical hair damage
Nourishes, moisturizes, and nurses damaged, dry and thinning hair back to health and strength
Restores volume by cleansing and re-conditioning the scalp with nourishing vitamins
Sustains growth for a lifetime with moisture-retaining shield, protecting hair from the environment, heat, and pollution
Visible results in as soon as 4 weeks
Formulated without: parabens, petroleum, phthalates, SLS, SLES, PEGS, TEA, DEA, silicones, or artificial dyes or fragrances.
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BRING YOUR HAIR, BODY AND FACE CARE ROUTINE TO THE NEXT LEVEL WITH MORE PURE NATURAL CARE
Indulge your hair with Thailand's finest and richest extracts for a revitalized and rejuvenated look. Ideal for the following hair and scalp conditions: dry and frizzy, thinning and shedding, fading natural hair colors, and itchy flaky scalp from dandruff or lice!
You're protecting your hair, but don't forget that strong hair comes from the scalp and roots. With Sudtana Thai Makrut, Ginger and Turmeric Roots and Scalp Reviving Treatment, you'll give intense scalp nourishing and revitalization for increased and healthy hair growth!
Treat your hair, scalp, face and body with Sudtana's all natural chemical-free total care package. Nourish hair, revive scalp, cleanse face and moisturize skin all with the best organic ingredients sourced from Thailand for healthier and more beautiful hair, face and skin.
Normal & Oily hair: 1-2 times per week (day or night)
Dry hair: 2-3 times per week (day or night)
Use as a 15 minute Pre-Wash Treatment
Apply a generous amount onto hair
Gently massage all over hair
Leave for at least 15 minutes
Rinse off with shampoo
Establish a routine! With so many products on the market, sometimes it's hard to keep track of what we have used!
Use side-to-side motions with your hands (be conscious of fingernails!) when applying any hair product. Rounded motions may feel nicer, but will cause your hair to tangle up and possibly damage the cuticles.
What to do during the 15 minute pre-wash? Relax, or do some working out - you'll be showering afterwards anyway!
Apply before bedtime
Normal scalp: 1 time per week
Damaged scalp: 2-3 times per week
Use as leave on treatment overnight
Divide your hair into sections
Apply 1-2 drops to each section
Gently massage all over scalp and hair
Leave overnight and dream of softer hair
Wash off with shampoo in the morning and live the dream!
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Powerful, Proven Way to Get Stronger, Silkier and Thicker Hair
Repairs and restores your hair’s lustrous volume and shine after years of damage from products with dangerous chemicals.
Rich in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids which strengthen and nourish each hair strand for maximum results.
FREE from chemicals, preservatives and synthetically made fragrances commonly found in over-the-counter hair masks.
Made with 100% pure and organic ingredients which means you can have healthy hair which looks great.
Stimulates hair growth and slows down hair loss by improving blood circulation giving you fuller and denser hair.
Promotes a healthy scalp by treating dandruff, protecting it from infections and helping it fight against lice and insect bites.
Ingredients 100% ethically sourced from local organic farmers at a fair price which gives a better quality of life to their families and their communities.
The Sudtana Method: Why Our Products are 100% Organic, Sustainable and Environmentally Friendly!
Sudtana was born with the inherited herbal wisdom of our grandfather, the village doctor, and the mission to share honest sustainable and ethical products made mainly from ingredients and herbs natively found in Thailand and South East Asia that have been scientifically proven. By meticulously controlling everything step of the product process - from ethical raw material sourcing, natural extraction and small-scale manufacturing - we are proud to say that our products are 100% natural, organic, sustainable and friendly. A process we are proud of and call the Sudtana Method.
The Sudtana Method directly helps and incentivizes small farmholders and growers to use organic farming methods - while maximizing product quality and efficacy for our users by using only organically grown 100% natural ingredients that are scientifically proven to work their purpose.
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Here are the answers to a few of the most common questions we hear:
1. Who Are We?
We are Sudtana, a family business based in Thailand. We have 6 core values centered upon making the lives of those around us healthier and happier, and it drives our actions, goals, and ethics every single day.
We Have a Growth Mindset: ‘Listen, learn & think positively’ Having a growth mindset means embracing challenges, persisting in the face of obstacles, acknowledging that effort is the path to success, learning from criticism, & finding lessons and inspirations from the success of others. Through active listening and empathy, we have access to unlimited knowledge and the means of understanding and using it to make more well-informed decisions to guide our actions with purpose and direction.
Holistic Health Oriented: ‘Mind, Body & Soul’ We are motivated to engage in healthy attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors
We Believe in the Power of Nature We believe that tapping into the healing power of nature will keep our mind, body and soul at peak condition
Think like a Scientist ‘Hypothesis, Fact & Data Driven’ We take the scientist’s approach to avoid biases and tunnel-vision in order to find the true path to helping those around us achieve sustainable, healthy, and happy lives.
We Share because We Care We believe in sharing knowledge with others so every member can have healthier and happier lives.
We Work Harmoniouslyas a team We believe that to achieving greatness requires the power of harmonious teamwork
2. What hair problems does it help with?
Our formula helps with a range of hair problems such as dryness, thinning, frizziness, brittleness, shedding, and hair fall; and a range of scalp problems such as chemical burns, bacterial infections, flakiness, itchiness, dandruff, and lice. Sudtana's hair mask and scalp serum repairs them simultaneously: it nourishes and protects existing hair making it healthier, thicker and reducing hair fall while also nourishing and cleansing the scalp to ensure a clean and healthy environment for hair growth. So whether it be problems from your hair, our hair mask and scalp serum are natural solutions for you.
3. How do I know this will work for me?
The underlying reasons for hair problems are oftentimes very personal, but nearly all of them have the same two-step solution. Whether the root of the issue stems from lifestyle, hormones or something in your environment, the first solution to resolving hair issues is to: 1. nurse existing hair stands back to being as healthy as possible to prevent further damage and 2. Increase and sustain hair growth. That's exactly what our hair mask and scalp serum does - they nourish and protect your existing hair while nourishing and cleansing your scalp for more hair growth.
All the natural ingredients used in our products are all backed by research from top universities and they have helped hundreds of thousands of people around the world already. If for any reason you’re not satisfied, or even for no reason at all, we offer a 30-day, no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee.
4. How many bottles should I order?
Like other treatments, extended use leads to exponentially positive results. So, we recommend at least 2 bottles of each to ensure continuity. Clear results start coming after 1 month of regular use.
5. How do you source your ingredients?
We take pride in how we source our ingredients. We visit each farmer individually and carefully observe their methods. We only source from those that practice organic farming practices, so no chemicals contaminate our products.
6. How do I use it?
The hair mask is a pre-wash treatment. Pour a generous amount on to your hands and massage it on your hair and scalp. Leave on for 15 minutes and wash off. The scalp serum is a leave on treatment. Part your hair into sections and drop the serum on to scalp. Gently massage into the scalp and leave on.
7. How often should I use it?
For the hair mask, it is recommended to use 1-2 times per week if your hair is normal or oily; and 2-3 times per week if your hair is dry. For the scalp serum, it is recommended to use 1 time per week if your scalp is normal; and 2-3 times per week if your scalp is damaged.
8. How long does a bottle last?
Depending on your hair type and how much hair you have, a bottle should last 1-1.5 months.
9. Is the safe to use?
You can be sure that you are safe from harmful chemicals because the Sudtana Thai Makrut, Coconut and Sesame Oil Hair Mask and the Sudtana Thai Makrut, Ginger, and Turmeric Roots Scalp Serum uses only natural and organic ingredients with no additions of chemicals.
10. Where is it made?
Ethically sourced, extracted and manufactured in Thailand
11. Is this a replacement for any sort of medicine?
No. While this supports your health in a variety of ways, is does not treat any disease, and does not replace any medicines you might be taking. If your doctor currently has you on any treatment plan, don’t stop that plan unless he tells you.
12. What does the EWG ingredient score mean?
EWG rates ingredients and products on its safety and hazard on human health. Scores are between 1 to 10. A score of 1 indicates low health hazard.
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