We talked about the benefits of coffee on the channel, why you shouldn't add sugar to it, why not drink it with milk or totally black, and the healthiest way of drinking coffee.
We even saw some natural alternatives for coffee for those who want to give up on caffeine.
But today's video will show you what happens to your hair when you stop drinking coffee.
Most of us have thought about stopping drinking coffee at some point, right?
But did you know that coffee, besides being beneficial to your health, also makes your hair prettier?
Let's find out what would happen to your locks if you decided to give up on coffee.
Your hair may not grow in the same way
If you are trying to grow your hair faster, drinking a cup of coffee a day can actually help you, did you know that?
Your hair may get more fragile
Besides keeping you awake in the morning, coffee can make your hair stronger inside.
Your hair can get less voluminous
For the same reason as coffee makes the hair strong, it also makes the hair fuller.
Your hair loses its shine
Although conditioners and hair serums may help revive lifeless hair, drinking coffee can also give dull hair a new life.
Your hair gets harder to manage
Although hair texture is determined mainly by genetics, what you eat and drink can also impact its quality.
Now, tell us: did you know the benefits of coffee to your hair?
Have you ever tried to stop drinking coffee? Share your experiences with us.
0:00 Benefits of Coffee For Hair
0:37 Your hair may not grow in the same way
0:54 Your hair may get more fragile
1:09 Your hair can get less voluminous
1:25 Your hair loses its shine
1:41 Your hair gets harder to manage
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