Natural Beauty Tips for Healthy Skin, Hair, and Nails

Natural Beauty Tips for Healthy Skin, Hair, and Nails

Aug 01, 2022Liza Solodovnikova

Hardly any other industry has as many different products as the cosmetics industry. There is a wide selection of creams, lotions, serums, and much more that we quickly lose track of. But how to find a perfect way to help your skin, nails, and hair? We prepared five natural beauty tips in this article.

First of All: Beauty is Subjective

True beauty is known to come from the inside. And yet many people have particular ideals of "beauty" in their heads. These are self-developed belief patterns shaped by society. Beauty is subjective and different for everyone - this is important for us to emphasize. What makes everyone beautiful is self-love and well-being. When we feel good about ourselves, we radiate it. However, well-groomed skin, hair, and nails often contribute to our inner well-being.

Beautiful and Healthy Hair, Skin, and Nails - What Can You Do?

Healthy skin, hair, and nails are an absolute beauty feature for many people. Shiny hair, strong fingernails, and a clean and healthy complexion - that's what we often wish to have. There are thousands of different beauty tips according to this topic. In this article, we limit ourselves to five essential points that you can implement.

5 Best Natural Tips for Your Beauty

1. Which Vitamins and Foods to Choose for Healthy Skin, Hair, and Nails?

Diet has a significant impact on many different processes in your body. We get most of the vitamins and minerals from food. Our body is optimally supplied to get all the essential nutrients for a healthy appearance for the best possible outcome. Biotin, Selenium, Zinc, Magnesium, Potassium, Niacin, and Vitamin C are just a few nutrients that support our skin, cell formation, renewal, and wound healing.

If you have difficulties absorbing these nutrients in everyday life, certain dietary supplements can support your skin, hair, and nail health.

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2. Drink Enough Water

Did you know that our body is made up of 70% water? That is why water is essential for our survival. Without water, we cannot grow and thrive - just like plants.

Drinking enough water (approx. 1.5-2 L a day) has numerous positive effects on our skin. Water supports our blood circulation and supplies the skin with oxygen, which allows it to regenerate better.

The metabolism also gets going, and the body's protective mechanisms are supported. In the long term, you get a healthy and fresh complexion. Try to consume as few soft drinks or caffeinated drinks as possible, and replace them with water (preferably non-carbonated!) or unsweetened tea.

3. Beauty Sleep for a Fresh Look

It is essential for healthy skin, hair, and nails to sleep long enough, and have a good quality sleep. Researchers believe that the best amount of sleep is between 6 and 8 hours. The body cannot rest and regenerate enough for less than 6 hours.

Sleep not only has an enormous influence on our physical health. Concentration and energy during the day also depend on the quality of our sleep. We notice this very clearly when, for example, we don't have a chance to sleep enough. Critical processes happen in our bodies while we sleep. The metabolism continues to work uninterruptedly, regenerative processes run, and our brain transfers essential information from short-term to long-term memory. We use up calories, and our muscles are built up during the recovery. And our skin and hair also recover and renew themselves during sleep.

So if you get enough sleep, you can not only prevent health problems but also help yourself to achieve a healthy complexion.

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4. Not Too Much of a Good Thing

If our skin, hair, and nails don't meet our expectations, we try to keep them healthy, whatever it takes. But be careful! Too much of a good thing can do just the opposite. Of course, daily body care is essential to maintain a healthy appearance and feel good. However, artificially manufactured care products can be counterproductive if used frequently. If the skin no longer lubricates itself, but, e.g., from creams, it will forget how to do it at some point. The pH value is disturbed and leads to the loss of regenerative skin functions. It becomes dry, nails become brittle, and hair splits. To not overdo your skin, hair, and nails, you should ensure natural care products.

Chemicals do not belong on or in our bodies, yet they are often contained in shower gels, creams, or other cosmetics. It is better to use vegan (organic) natural cosmetics or homemade DIY products. You can search for easy instructions online and make natural cosmetics yourself using simple household items.

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5. Mindfulness and Grooming

It may sound strange at first, but mindfulness also has to do with healthy nails, skin, and hair. Harmful habits like biting your nails, playing with your hair, or scratching your skin lead to an unsightly appearance. The pimples make us feel uncomfortable, and we tend to treat them with even more creams or make-up - or stress ourselves out so that new spots appear. A natural vicious circle is created.

Read more about how to find your inner peace in our Blog. It will help you become more mindful of yourself and your body and develop healthy habits.


Anyone who regularly and consciously cares for their body, skin, hair, and nails develops a specific routine, which often also gives peace and relaxation, positively affecting our appearance. If we consciously deal with such beauty routines, we will also notice the successes we can recognize with the new mindfulness.



Disclaimer: This article is a collaborative effort of the CLAV editorial team, created on the current literature base. All our publications are supplemented with passion and expertise for naturopathy and a healthy lifestyle. Our medical experts approve all texts before publication. Please Note: Dietary supplements are no substitute for a balanced, healthy diet or medical advice.