Recently on our channel, we talked about the benefits of royal jelly to the health.
Did you watch the video? Do you know this product made by bees?
If you haven’t watched it yet, click on the card to learn more.
In today’s video, we will show you how royal jelly can also be used to treat your hair and skin.
The benefits of honey to the hair are well known, but royal jelly can also make your hair prettier and more moisturized. Did you know?
It is believed that royal jelly has the capacity to nourish and reconstruct the hair, which makes it one of the most well-known homemade recipes.
Royal jelly has essential nutrients, such as glycides, lipids, protids, amino acids, and vitamins that can recover the movement and elasticity of hair, also improving its texture.
Many people confuse honey and royal jelly, even though they are different. But, did you know that they have different effects on hair?
The substances found in honey only help keep water in the hair, keeping it hydrated.
Royal jelly has more complete substances that can treat and nourish the hair.
So, if you only want to moisturize your hair, your best bet is on honey and homemade hair masks that contain it in the recipe.
If you want to reconstruct your hair, you will need a more intense nourishment, and royal jelly is the one to go to, in this case.
Do you want to learn how to make a natural and homemade hair mask using royal jelly?
If you want to use royal jelly on your skin, learn about its benefits…
Fights wrinkles and sagging
Tones and lends a shine to the skin
It is amazing to know that a product that comes from nature can have so many beneficial compounds to our hair and skin; actually, to our whole body, isn’t it?
Now, tell us: have you ever used royal jelly? Share your experiences with us.
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