Rethinking of positive effects of eggs on hair in East Asia

J Cosmet Dermatol. 2023 Mar;22(3):737-743. doi: 10.1111/jocd.15469. Epub 2022 Nov 14.


Background: Our bodies are a collection of nutrients. For healthy body production and activities, good nutrients must be balanced and supplied steadily. However, as modern people eat more irregular meals and fast food, they are running out of nutrients needed by the human body. As a result, research was conducted on the effect of eggs with good cost-effectiveness on the human body and hair.

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to review the literature investigated to convey knowledge of the positive nutrients of modern people's nutrition and eggs.

Methods: These data were reviewed to identify agreement between each section and the unique guiding area. Regarding the survey criteria, it was finally decided that 31 papers were suitable for evaluating the purpose of research as follows. PRISMA flowcharts allow you to determine the number of records identified, included, and excluded.

Results: Eggs are considered the most cost-effective foods that deliver protein, biotin, choline, and vitamin A to the world, and eggs that can be easily consumed are known as nutritional foods because they contain protein, lipids, minerals, and embryonic development growth factors. It is widely consumed as a food that can be eaten by anyone, including the elderly and children.

Conclusions: In this study, eggs can be used as important data for modern people by delivering nutrients to the human body and hair of modern people and understanding positive nutrients.

Keywords: biotin; egg; hair; healthy; modern people.

Publication types

  • Review

MeSH terms

  • Aged
  • Asia, Eastern
  • Child
  • Choline
  • Diet
  • Eggs*
  • Humans
  • Nutritional Status*


  • Choline