A new star ingredient in hair treatments, dragon fruit seems to have everything going for it. And with good reason, as hidden unexpected cosmetic virtues lie behind its pink skin, white flesh speckled with black seeds and sweet taste.
First broccoli and caviar, and now it’s dragon fruit’s turn to go from our diets into our bathrooms. Equally as good for our health as for the appearance of our hair, this miraculous ingredient from South America has now attracted the attention of beautystas.
A hair fortifier
High in Vitamin A (which helps to hydrate the hair naturally), B1 (which promotes hair growth), B2 (which strengthens the resistance of keratin), B3 (which helps stimulate blood circulation in the scalp) and C (which helps combat hair loss), dragon fruit is the ideal cocktail for boosting the condition of even the weakest hair. Not to mention that it also contains minerals, calcium and antioxidants which helps to strengthen the hair fibres and protect them against external damaging factors.
A colour reviver
Dragon fruit also has the power to help coloured hair hold onto its colour for longer and revive its shine by bonding pigments to the heart of the hair fibre. Jean Louis David has bottled these benefits in its Go Color range. A shampoo, mask and leave-in balm complete this exotic range which no-one with coloured hair will be able to go without.