You know her as the only reason you can get out of bed, but caffeine just added a new job to her resume: making your hair shine.
In the last period beauty bloggers do nothing but talk about shampoos, conditioners, and caffeine treatments, but do they really work, or is it just marketing? Science comes to our aid.
The main point is that caffeine stimulates the blood flow of the scalp, blood is what brings the oxygen and nutrients it needs to stay healthy. When the scalp is not very healthy and can happen mainly due to genetics or diet, the follicles and strands of the hair suffer from it, causing dryness, thinning, or hair loss.
Yes, it’s not ideal, and caffeine products could be an important addition to your routine.
Caffeine also encourages hair to continue to grow, so basically, we can think of hair care with caffeine as a form of prevention and as a proactive way to have longer, thicker, and healthier hair.
There’s only one caveat because miracles don’t exist. Caffeine-based hair care products take about three months of continuous use for them to work.
Now you know everything and it’s up to you to decide whether to give it a chance or to keep going at it only with morning coffee.