Consider Your Diet
Make sure you are consuming enough proteins in your diet. The best sources of protein are milk, egg whites and fish.
Vitamins & Minerals
Vitamin B12 creates more creation of red blood cells, which ultimately provides more oxygen for your body!
Vitamin E also encourages circulation in the body and helps grow new blood vessels, which helps hair to grow.
Drink More Water
Staying hydrated is crucial in tissue growth and health. Avoid carbonated sodas all of which will weaken your immune system and make your hair more likely to fall out.
Regular exercise allows sweat to clean out and unclog your hair pores. The exercise will also make you healthier overall which will help you grow longer, stronger locks.
Lavender , rosemary, and thyme have been shown to help hair growth and prevent thinning or balding. Try massaging the essential oils into your hair after shampooing.
You can rub your scalp with garlic juice, onion juice or ginger juice. Leave it on overnight and wash it thoroughly in the morning.
Be Kind To Your Hair
- Set your hair dryer on cool and low settings, and minimize your use of flat irons.
- Don’t dye your hair more than one or two shades its normal color.
- When hair is wet, use a wide-toothed comb instead of a brush.
- Avoid unnecessary brushing, combing, curling or straightening.