Silica-rich water helping to deter hair loss

Question: I’m looking for some natural products to combat signs of ageing and hair loss / thinning hair, but I don’t want to use toxic creams or pills. Is it true there are certain kinds of water than can help?

Answer from Silicawaters.com: Thanks for your question about anti-ageing and deterring hair loss. It is indeed true that waters rich in the mineral silica like ACILIS by Spritzer are able to combat signs of ageing, including hair loss and thinning hair, and are able to make hair look thicker and shinier.

This is because silica-rich water stimulates collagen production in the body, which helps with anti-ageing, as it reduces wrinkles and fine lines, whilst keeping skin hydrated and soft. Silica-rich water also helps to prevent hair loss and makes hair look lustrous and thick. It helps to strengthen teeth and nails, too.

Furthermore, silica waters don’t just help with anti-ageing on the outside; they can help fight signs of ageing on the inside, too. Consuming a silica-rich water daily helps to build bone density and strengthen arterial walls, therefore reducing the risk of osteoporosis and heart disease. This is in addition to silica-rich water’s ability to remove aluminium from the body, which may reduce your risk of age-related diseases such as Alzheimer’s.

All in all, one of the best, safest and most natural anti-ageing measures you can take, which will help prevent hair loss and make hair look thicker; reduce fine lines and wrinkles; and keep your heart and bones healthier, is to drink a silica-rich mineral water every day.

By the way, Acilis by Spritzer donates 10% from every bottle sold to the cutting-edge research taking place at Keele University, where scientists are studying silica in order to further understand its fantastic anti-ageing and health giving properties.

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