Where Can You Buy The OUAI Haircare Supplements? Here's How To Get 'Em
Not only is she a stylist for a pretty impressive roster of celebrities, but Jen Atkin also found a way to be your own personal stylist, in a way, through her very own haircare line. Not only will she be acting as your own styling expert, giving you shiny undamaged locks through her shampoo, she’s now attempting to be your personal hair doctor, of sorts, too. So, where can you buy the OUAI hair supplements? They're available on theouai.com right now.
The company claims the mixes of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, which Atkin herself swears by, will help with hair problems like thinning or dry hair and even an oily scalp. The supplements retail for $24, and Atkin claims that you’ll start seeing results in 90 days. Waiting 90 days and paying out 24 bucks may seem like a small price to pay for the chance of overall healthy hair, but, as always, you should consult your doctor before adding any new vitamins or supplements into your regimen.
If you’ve already fallen in love with her everyday products, you can now consider adding a daily vitamin to your morning regimen. Just look at this packaging! Have you ever seen a cuter vitamin?
Here are some potential benefits that certain vitamins could have for your locks.
1. Overall Healthy Hair
While the benefits of hair supplements haven't exactly been proven, there are some vitamins that can be generally good for the overall health of your hair. Vitamins A and B reportedly help promote cell growth and keep cells functioning properly, Devin Toth, Senior Stylist and Director of Education for Ted Gibson Beauty told StyleCaster.
2. Shiny Hair
Fish oils are especially good for boosting hair's strength and helping to keep it extremely shiny, according to the Huffington Post. These oils be taken in the form of supplements, or a fish-rich diet can do the trick.
3. Perfectly Maintained Scalp
OUAI's special formula to prevent an oily scalp is "like an oil blotter that helps you skip a wash and wear your hair one more day," according to the product description. And, TBH, the idea of having an oil blotter for my scalp doesn't actually sound half bad.
4. Moisturized Tresses
If your hair is dry and brittle, OUAI claims to have just the solution. The supplements are reportedly formulated for those experiencing problems with dry hair and are made to moisturize and bring life to your hair again.
5. Hair Loss Prevention
Biotin is a main ingredient in most hair loss prevention supplements because it reportedly "increases the density of your hair and it helps you produce more hair," Toth told StyleCaster. But, according to an interview HuffingtonPost conducted with Dr. Richard Scher, you should be careful not to take too much Biotin. Scher suggests consulting your doctor about the correct dosage.
If pills for healthy hair aren't your thing, you can always do things like get more sleep and adjust your diet to maintain a gorgeous mane. "Really, anything that helps your cells work more efficiently will help the condition of your body, which will help the health of your hair," according to Toth.