Steps You Can Take to Increase Healthy Hair Growth

For most of us, our hair is not just an integral part of our body but also our crowning glory and what makes us look good and feel good about ourselves. Here are some simple tips you can follow if you want healthier and more beautiful hair:

1. Eat Foods that are Rich in Vitamins, Minerals & Protein

Foods rich in protein, biotin, B group vitamins, iron, zinc and fatty acids are essential for hair to grow healthily. So, pack up on those eggs, nuts, sweet potatoes, fatty fish, and lots of greens like spinach.

2. Stimulate Blood Flow by Massaging Your Scalp Often

Massaging the scalp often will help oxygen to flow in the scalp and get the required nutrients to the hair. thus stimulating hair growth.

3. Get a Regular Hair Trim 

Damaged hair is more prone to breakage and thinning in the long run. So, trim those ends three to four times a year to prevent split ends that can cause further damage to your hair in the long run.

4. Avoid Washing Your Hair Too Often

Washing your hair often will strip off the natural oils, causing the scalp and hair to become dry. A dry scalp can also lead to issues such as dandruff and itchy scalp. Instead, wash on alternate days.

5. Give Extra Nourishment to Your Hair & Scalp with Topical Treatments 

These nourishing topical treatments can be in the form of herbal-based serums or peptides that provides your scalp and hair with the essential nutrients to stimulate hair growth, promote hair health and prevent hair loss.

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