Vitamins and supplements
Vitamins and omega 3 fatty acids play an important role in growing hair fast and maintaining its health. Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, helps the hair to become stronger and is used in combination with zinc for treating alopecia in children and adults. Vitamin A works great for hair thickness and strengthens hair follicles. Folic acid (it belongs to the vitamin B group) adds moisture to prevent easy breakage and fights against early graying.
Viviscal is a Scandinavian supplement, made of fish proteins, vitamin C and extract of horsetail plant, specially formulated to nourish thinning hair and promote hair regrowth. Before taking any dietary supplements, it is advisable to consult your physician.
Cosmetics and styling products
Go for sulfate free shampoos and conditioners that do not contain silicones. These chemicals are harsh and weaken the hair that becomes brittle and dried. Styling products put additional stress on the hair cuticles so that you can use homemade recipes instead. For example, prepare hair gel in your own kitchen with non-harmful ingredients: water, unflavored gelatin, and several drops of essential oil, or with water and flax seeds. Argan oil evens tight curls and makes the hair silkier and softer.
Minoxidil (Rogaine) is widely recommended as a solution for slowing down hair loss and growing hair fast. This topical treatment is especially effective for people under 40 years old. Workouts Exercises improve the activity of the blood circulatory system so that the nutrients and oxygen are delivered all around your body, including the scalp. Once the hair roots are well nourished, your hair will grow faster and healthier. The main point is to choose a physical activity that fits you (walking, dancing, yoga, cycling, jogging) and stick to a regular exercise schedule.
The key to growing hair fast and enjoying a good health is your diet. A proper diet rich in vitamins, proteins, minerals, and omega-3 fatty acids makes wonders. Enhance the value of your diet eating: nuts, avocado, grapefruit, almonds, salmon, beans, oats, leafy vegetables, flax seeds, eggs, whole grains, olive oil, cheese, yogurt, brown bread. Scalp massages Massage your scalp with slow circular motions for 3-5 minutes a day to increase the blood flow into the scalp. If you apply oil (coconut or olive oil) the results will be even better.