We all want beautiful long luscious locks but most importantly we all want healthy hair. Damaging our hair has become such a normal thing because we all use heat to style our hair, some of us on a daily basis, that we forget how bad the habit really is! Making sure you use a heat protectant spray is key, but there are also a few things that you can squeeze into your day to day routine that will help make your hair stronger, longer and healthier from the inside.
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Certain foods can play a huge role in your hairs health and there are a few prime foods that will help grow you hair even longer!
Packed with hair supporters like Vitamin D and protein it also contains omega-3 fatty acids that promote hair growth by keep your scalp nice and healthy!
Avocados are an age-old beauty secret! Topically applied to the hair and scalp, they have the added ability to stimulate collagen and elastin production. Mix a little avocado with sour cream, which contains lactic acid to help exfoliate dead skin and clean up buildup on the scalp, and apply to your hair and scalp for about ten minutes before washing it off.
Eggs contain biotin which many people take in supplement form already to grow their hair and nails. But something that you may be surprised to hear is that they biotin actually comes from the yolk and not the egg whites. Egg white became more of a fad then people actually jumping on the bandwagon for the health reasons.
These little seeds are PACKED tight with Vitamin E! The Vitamin E will help the blood flow to the scalp so that you hair can grow faster.
Sweet Potato’s are filled with beta cartene, the precursor for Vitamin A. They help promote a healthy scalp and hair growth!
You’ll never guess this one, but yellow bell peppers have almost five and half times more vitamin c in them than oranges! Vitamin C is an antioxidant that strengthens the hair shaft and hair follicles as well as prevents breakage!
Loaded with biotin, having one cup of almonds a day you should see a result in your hair a month or two after adding them to your daily diet.