I am already using morocan hair oil hair mask twice a week. I ve changed my diet. daily I wet my hair and only comb it when I need to.I use aussie hair moose on the ends of my hair Because it makes it soft, and heat protect ant ( even though I don't use heat on my hair ever anymore) and I use a frizz control product from body shop:) I shampoo my hair every other day and condition all the time:) is there anything else I could do?
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Certain vitamins can help:
-Biotin.I do take these everyday,they do help.Unfortunately my hair is very curly so you can see the hair growth when I straighten it.It is known to help sin,hair and nails,but some people have said it can cause them to break out or worsen cystic acne.If you do begin taking Biotin pills,don't be freaked out when or if you pee highlighter yellow,biotin isn't toxic,it isn't fat soluble which means it does flush out.
-Fish oil pills.I started taking these last year when I cut my hair(above my shoulders) and it...ugh...stupid short hair.Anyways,my hair began growing faster,of course,hair does have a limit as to how fast it can grow per month.
I recommend staying away from pills that are directed towards "hair growth"
Hair is made up of water and protein.Every strand is 1/8 water I believe,so make sure you drink enough water to stay hydrated through out the day.
The best fruits and vegetables for hair are carrots,cucumbers,apples,bananas(1 a day,no more,too much sugar),avocado(no more than 2-3 a week),strawberries,tomatoes.
Best foods with protein are almonds,walnuts,oysters,salmon,soybeans(edamame) in moderation,tilapia,oatmeal.
If anything,try to remain stress free,eat healthy(fruits,vegetables and protein).
On a side note,yes massaging your scalp is said to help stimulation of blood flow,which can increase growth.Many native indian tribes use Jojoba oil while massaging.
So In short,my recommendation:
-Fish oil pills.
-Drink enough water to stay hydrated.
-Take care of your hair externally.Shampoo,condition.
-Avoid using shampoos and conditioners with sulfates. Got for "sulfate free"
-Avoid chemical processing such as hair coloring and relaxing4