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Key Towards Healthy Hairs

Some say that the hair is the crowning glory for either male or female individual; however, many people today lose the natural shine on their hair and most of the time experience hair loss. Some also have dry and frizzy hair that are aggravated by chemicals found in certain shampoo, conditioners and other hair products that gives false reassurance.
You must know that healthy hair can be achieved and the answers can be found in your kitchen or inside your refrigerator. You need not to resort to chemicals all the time for it can further damage your hair. This time, go for natural hair treatment – proven safe and effective plus less side effects.

How to get healthy hair?

Here are some of the foods for healthy hair:
• Carrots
Carrots are rich source of beta carotene that the body converts into vitamin A – a vitamin that aids in the sebum production in the scalp. Sebum is the natural oil that helps prevent the hair for drying out maintaining the hair’s natural shine. It also has vitamin C and E which are a powerful antioxidant that helps premature greying of the hair and as well as for proper scalp circulation ensuring that the hair gets the nutrients it needs. Vitamin B6 and B12 that are said to maintain the vitality of the hair and prevent hair loss can also be found in carrots.
• Whole Grains
If you’re having a bad hair day, try incorporating whole grains such as raw oats, wheat, barley and rye to your diet to see the difference. It is rich in Biotin or what we commonly known as vitamin B7 – a vitamin that is essential for the recuperation of hair from damage and puts a stop to brittle hair. It also contains zinc which aids cell growth which helps the hair to grow and silica which is a mineral vital for reducing hair breakage – the combination of the two will lead to a healthy and strong hair.
• Salmon
Omega 3 fatty acid which can be found mostly on salmon, trout and sardines does not only protect your heart from various diseases but it also prevents hair loss. It promotes hair growth and nourishes the follicles to produce a shinier and stronger hair.
• Oysters
Protein is an essential component that helps the hair grow and oysters are primarily composed of this component. It is also rich in zinc, selenium, iron and vitamin b12 which strengthen the hair while maintaining its own natural glow.
• Yoghurt
Yoghurt can do wonders in your hair for it contains calcium and zinc which helps the hair. It can also alleviate your suffering from dry itchy and flaky scalp, all you need to do is apply it directly onto your hair, massage it and leave it on for ten minutes for a soothing and relaxing effect while eradicating the troublesome dandruff.
• Avocado
Avocado contains protein and is a natural hair moisturizer given by nature. It helps coat hair shafts with protein making it stronger and less prone to breakage. Yes you heard it right; you need not to eat it for it can be directly applied on your hair just mix a ripe avocado with one teaspoon jojoba oil, and a teaspoon of wheat germ oil. Apply it on your hair after you take a bath, make sure you spread it thoroughly from roots to tips and cover it with a shampoo cap for 15 to 30 minutes then rise until there’s no trace of avocado anymore.
These are only some samples of foods that contain vitamins for hair which nourishes and strengthens it the way you want it to be. It is important that you incorporate these into your daily diet if you want to achieve that healthy and shiny hair. Other good things to know on how to have a healthy hair are as follows:
• For dry and brittle hair regularly massage your hair with natural hair oil like coconut, olive and jojoba oil
• Massage your scalp daily after taking a bath for good circulation to ensure that your hair is getting the nutrients it deserves thus preventing hair
• Do not use curling and straitening irons too much – it can cause brittleness
• Trim your hair every after 6 weeks to eradicate split ends
• Wash your hair after you get a dip in the pool – chlorine can dry your hair and make it brittle, if possible wear a swimming cap
• Brush your hair with brush that has natural tips rather than plastic ones, start removing tangles first then make a long stroke brushing from the tips to the ends ensuring that the hair oils is spread properly.

Pollution can also make your hair prone to damage and breakage so it is important to thoroughly wash your hair after getting out or after your work, through this way you can be sure that dirt is removed and always remember that it’s better to use natural remedies rather than that of chemicals.

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