Millie Mackintosh has been making fans green with envy since showing off her luscious long hair on Made in Chelsea back in 2011 – 11 years later and nothing has changed!
Want to know what her secret is? The mum revealed she had noticed a difference in her hair since giving birth to her first baby, Sienna, in May 2020 and turned to certain vitamins to help.
Speaking of her JSHealth vitamins, Millie explained on her Instagram Stories a few years ago: "I've been taking their hair and energy supplements. For me, as a new mum, I was struggling with some hair loss after having Sienna – this affects loads of mums.
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"Energy has been good, but what has really impressed me has been the hair growth. Honestly, my hair doesn't grow much, it's something I do struggle with, and I'm so impressed it has recovered so quickly," she continued.
Sharing before and after photos, Millie showed off her hair transformation after three months of using the product. In the first snaps, her locks were hanging loose around her shoulders in a straight style, while the second ones show her with noticeably thicker and longer hair styled into loose curls.
Millie showed off her hair transformation after three months
Costing £19.99, the supplements contain Zinc, which helps to maintain healthy hair, skin and nails, and Iodine from Kelp which helps to restore hair strength and support hair growth.
Hair and energy supplements, £19.99, JSHealth
The latter is also said to help your body make more thyroid hormones which promote a healthy metabolism. She joked: "I'm sure all new mums can relate, anything that gives you a little boost is a yes!"
Millie and husband Hugo Taylor have since welcomed a second daughter, Aurelia Violet, who was born last November. The couple shared the news on Instagram, calling her their "little bundle of joy".
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