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Keeping your hair healthy and strong is an adequently feat to have manageable these days. We have all been out and walked past the stranger, or stood in lie behind the person with the shiny, attractivly strong-looking hair and wondered how on earth they have hair that looks so fetchingly? This article has the tips and tricks on naturally treating your hair with all of the nutrients and vitamins it needs down to the hair follicle..
When you condition your hair it just puts a coating on the hair leaving it looking and feeling softer, but it is just coating the hair for that temporary look and feel. In order to treat common problems that leave our hair damaged and looking brittle, we have to penetrate the hair follicle, and replace the missing nutrients.
The good news is most of the items you need to give your hair vitamins and protein are already in your kitchen. You don’t have to break the bank. So, try these tricks to keep your hair healthy, and before you know it you will be that person in the crowd or the lady in line with the healthy dazzling hair. With others in awe staring at your glowing locks.
Folic acid and magnesium.
Folic acid thicken and strengthen hair. Magnesium stimulates hair growth. The body doesn't always absorb supplements so look into foods that increase your intake of folic acid and magnesium.
Strengthen and promote hair growth with protein. Protein, you can find in fish, eggs, nuts, and bone broth.
Avocados are packed with healthy fats. This will penetrate the hair follicle and nutrition. Avocados have protein, and amino acids.
Sweet potatoes have beta-carotene and vitamins A..
Sunflower seeds are packed with vitamins E and zinc. This helps to improve the condition of your hair, is a natural moisturizer, and increases blood flow to the scalp.
Rice water can give your hair a healthy glow. You can soak organic rice water for 24 hours. 1 cup of rice uses 1 cup of water. 2 cups of rice = 2 cups of water. After soaking for 24 hours strain the rice saving the water. Wash and condition your hair as normal. Put the rice water throughout your hair scalp to ends. Put a cap on your hair for 30-60 minutes then rinse and style.
Speaking of shampooing and conditioner. Make sure you are using good products on your hair, and not working against the healthy process. Try to stay away from hair products containing sulfates. Sulfates strip your hair of all the natural oils your hair needs to grow and stay healthy. There are lots of products that have ingredients that are damaging to your hair. Pay attention to the ingredients and labels when shopping for your hair care products.
Eggs contain protein, and biotin can be found in the yolk. Eggs also contain vitamin B needed for shine.
Contains a host of vitamins, and sebum (an oily substance) healthy for your scalp.It also contains iron for red blood cells which carry oxygen throughout your body. Iron deficiency is the leading cause of hair loss.
Grapes contain OPC (oligomeric proanthocyanidins) which penetrate the production of dihydrotestosterone, which also causes hair loss. Grapes aid in the growth of new hair follicles.
Apples have vitamins A, C, and E which heal your scalp promote healthy hair, and prevents hair loss.
Walnuts, almonds, brazil nuts
All of these nuts stimulate hair growth. They are all full of nutrients, omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins E and B that promote hair growth and strengthen your hair.
Milk does your body good, and your hair good as well. Full of vitamin B, iron, and fatty acid.
Beans have tons of protein, biotin, zinc, and iron.
If you want to add moisture to your hair microwave coconut oil and apply it from your midshaft to your ends and put a cap on it. You definitely want a cap to keep from getting oil on everything. Wash it out after 45 minutes, or you can sleep with this on your hair and wash it out the next morning. Typically after 45 minutes your maximum results are reached no matter what product you have on your hair. If the coconut oil leaves your hair too oily or heavy try something lighter like avocado oil or olive oil.
If you don’t mind the smell wash your hair in vinegar to rid it of product residue that dulls your hair shine. The acid in the vinegar will work with the PH in your hair and help to seal the cuticle so it will lay flat. Put a tablespoon of vinegar to ½ cup of water comb it through damp hair and wash with cold water after 5 minutes. You can add a little lemon juice to the mixture to help with the smell.
For the last trick you can add ⅓ of a cup of baking soda to ⅓ of the cup to your shampoo and wash like normal to get product build up out of your hair. For those of you who don’t already have the foods listed in your diet, now would be a good time to change your eating habits. If you already eat these foods, now you know what they are also doing for your hair. It gives you all the more reason to have some apples dipped in caramel, or make that pot of beans.
If your hair is severely damaged you can look at the extensions at amazing beauty to allow your hair time to grow and still have a lovely look. While you are growing out your hair be sure to eat the foods that promote all of the wonderful things you need for your hair, scalp, cuticle, and your hair follicle.