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At Master Group, we use different vitamins and trace elements for hair treatments that can help improve the health of your hair.

At Master Group, you will find a dedicated and experienced medical team, with full knowledge about the vital importance that all nutrients, coming from vitamins and trace elements, have for your overall health.

Vitamins and trace elements play a crucial role in our well-being, actively contributing to different body functions, from supporting the immune system to energy production.

Among the multiple benefits of vitamins and trace elements are some very specific benefits that promote hair health.


What are Vitamins and Trace Elements?

Vitamins and trace elements are essential components for our functioning bodies, including for our hair health. They are also indispensable for maintaining the balance of various cellular functions. 

Thus, both the absence or excess of vitamins and trace elements can lead to serious repercussions to your general health and, consequently, the health of your hair. 

Normally, a healthy lifestyle accompanied by a balanced diet can meet all nutritional needs in terms of vitamins and trace elements. 

However, we are perfectly aware that some people may find it quite difficult to acquire and, above all, maintain a good nutritional balance. 

Vitamins for Hair Health

What are Vitamins? 

Within vitamins and trace elements, vitamins are organic compounds necessary in small quantities for the maintenance of health and the development of the human body.

In practice, vitamins are essential for energy production, immunity reinforcement, blood clotting, and other bodily functions.

There are 13 essential vitamins for correct body functioning, including vitamins A, C, D, E, K, and B vitamins such as Biotin and Folic Acid.


In the context of hair health, vitamins play a crucial role in maintaining healthy and strong hair.


For example, vitamin A helps the body’s cells grow, including hair cells. When lacking, a vitamin A deficiency can yield drier or brittle hair.

Vitamin B, in particular vitamin B7 – biotin – is also recognized for its importance for hair health, as a lack of vitamin B7 can lead to hair loss.

A source of collagen, vitamin C is a vitamin that helps absorb iron, an essential nutrient for hair growth. But if the subject is the creation of new hair follicles, then it is on vitamin D that our efforts should concentrate.

Vitamin E has antioxidant properties that help reduce the oxidative stress of the scalp, thus promoting the growth of healthier hair.

In short, vitamins are fundamental for your hair health and a hair treatment using specific vitamins can help keep your hair strands stronger and healthier.

However, to know which vitamins and trace elements you may be lacking, an evaluation consultation is necessary to diagnose your case.

What are Trace Elements?

In the context of vitamins and trace elements, and just like with vitamins, trace elements are also minerals that the body needs in certain minimum quantities. Among the most important trace elements for hair health are Copper, Iron, Zinc, and Selenium.

Iron is an essential trace element to produce hemoglobin which, in turn, is responsible for transporting oxygen to hair cells and, therefore, promoting hair growth. 

Copper, on the other hand, aids in the production of melanin: a pigment that gives color to hair. And while Selenium can help prevent the appearance of dandruff, Zinc helps the sebaceous glands around the hair follicles to function properly.

Indeed, a deficiency in Zinc levels can even lead to hair loss. But just like with vitamins, it is essential to have an evaluation consultation for a correct diagnosis and an appropriate hair treatment plan using vitamins and trace elements.

Types of Vitamins and Trace Elements for Hair Treatments

Vitamins and trace elements play a crucial role in the health of your hair. As we have seen, there are several vitamins and trace elements essential for hair health.

Moreover, it is necessary to consider that the effects of vitamins and trace elements themselves may differ according to their complexity. Vitamin B, for example, is more than vitamin B. It is also vitamin B2, B5, B7, B8 and so on.

At Master Group, we use different vitamins and trace elements for hair treatments and even some supplements. Among them are:

  • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin);
  • Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid);
  • Vitamin B7 (Inositol);
  • Vitamin B8 (Choline);
  • Iron, Lithium, Calcium, Manganese, Silicon, Zinc;
  • Wheat Peptides and Amino Acids;
  • Herbal Supplements.

In recent years, alongside vitamins and trace elements, the influence that phytochemicals have on gene expression has also been documented, activating certain genes and deactivating others.

In addition to vitamins and trace elements, polyphenols, carotenoids, flavonoids, and many herbal medicines have an antioxidant, anti-androgenic, and anti-inflammatory action that helps protect and stimulate the dermal cells of hair follicles, strengthening hair.


Although vitamins and trace elements are essential for hair health, their absence or excess can lead to serious repercussions on overall well-being.


For this reason, any type of hair treatment using vitamins and trace elements should be used with caution and always under medical prescription.

Count on Master Group for an evaluation consultation that helps you determine the health of your hair and scalp.

Talk to us and find the most suitable hair treatments for your case, including the balance of vitamins and trace elements.

Discover how we can help you achieve beautiful, strong, and healthy hair.

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