There are several advertisements and in some blogs, it is promised a growth of up to 5, 6 cm per month, but this does not exist. Unfortunately, there is nothing that thickens or that makes your hair grow longer than the natural. Hair, when healthy, grows from 1 to 1.5 cm per month. What happens is that in some people, hair may be growing more slowly than normal. Then, in these cases, you can yes do several things to help your hair to grow normally again.
Those who go to the blog know that for years I have had a hair loss problem. With that, I have researched a lot on the subject, and here are some suggestions to improve growth. These tips are also useful to improve the texture of the hair and help strengthen the hair. Hope you like it!
For hair to be born strong, it takes good doses of protein and good fats. Protein is very important for the hair as it is largely responsible for the formation of the hair.
The hair strands grow through the accumulation of proteins at their base and they are directly influenced by nutrition. Hair is pure protein and, just like the body, needs amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. They are the ingredients that complete the nutrition of the yarn so that they are always beautiful and healthy.
But even if you have a super-varied diet (with fruits, vegetables, grains, fiber, protein, fats, carbohydrates, and antioxidant foods), you still have to supplement it to help the yarn. The problem is that nowadays, our food is very poor in nutrients; the amounts of vitamins and minerals are very small because our soil is very poor.
Vitamins for Hair Growth
Vitamin A: Vitamin A promotes healthy hair growth and prevents it from becoming dry and brittle.
Complex B: The entire B complex is important for hair growth, but the highlight goes to Biotin which helps prevent hair loss, strengthens hair, promotes proper growth and improves dandruff.
Vitamin C: Vitamin C stimulates blood circulation in the scalp and follicles, which can help hair growth.
Vitamin E: Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that promotes healthy blood flow, which can help keep blood circulation to the scalp, facilitating growth.
Minerals for Hair Growth
Zinc: Zinc helps in hormone balance, including the levels of DHT in your scalp. Zinc helps your body to produce and repair your hair. In addition, it keeps the sebaceous glands around your hair follicles functioning as they should.
Iron: For hair nutrition, iron is an important mineral that plays a vital role in the hair growth cycle.
Magnesium: Magnesium is extremely important in preventing premature baldness. This mineral also helps in the treatment of fragile brittle hair.
Sulfur: Sulfur is necessary for the formation of collagen and is indispensable for the production of keratin. Help reduce scalp oiliness and improves growth.
Silicon: Silicon strengthens hair, stimulates replenishment of thicker, stronger hair, greatly enhances hair loss and strengthens hair as a whole.
Hair Massage with Essential Oil and Vegetable Oil
Hair massage, if done regularly, greatly helps stimulate hair growth. It stimulates blood circulation, which facilitates the transport of nutrients to the wire, making it healthier, stronger and grow faster. The idea is to massage with vegetable oils and essential oils to have a better result:
The best vegetable oils for the hair are coconut oil, jojoba oil, castor oil, and avocado oil.
Essential oils are very beneficial to the hair, and the most efficient in this case are essential oil of rosemary, mint, cedar, and lavender.
To make the Hair massage use 1 tablespoon (10 ml) of vegetable oil and 5 drops of essential oil. mix and pass on the scalp making gentle and circular massages. Let it act for an hour and then wash your hair normally with shampoo and conditioner.
Hair lotions are nourishing and help in strengthening the scalp. Some lotions stimulate blood flow and thus help hair growth. An example of hair lotion that helps in growth and strengthening and a lot of people like it is the Rapunzel Growth Tonic Lola Cosmetics.
Cleaning the Scalp
Cleaning the scalp is critical for it to grow healthy. Oiliness and dirt can cause inflammation in the scalp and clog the hair follicle, preventing normal growth of the hair. The oiliness of the scalp is a poison: it creates fungi that break the locks and prevent the hair from growing. The excess oil acts as a protective layer, preventing the amino acids from reaching the root of the hair.
Doing a detox on the scalp is also very important to do a thorough cleaning on the leather and the wires. The use of clay in the hair is also very interesting.
Dandruff is another agent that slows growth and is a sign that there is something wrong with your scalp. Too much sebaceous can damage normal hair growth. There are several dandruff shampoos and proper treatments that can solve the problem.
Plants and Herbs That Help Grow
Plants can also help in the growth of wires. They contain vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that help strengthen hair. The main ones for the hair are aloe vera, rosemary, jaborandi, mint, and burdock. Learn more in Plants to Strengthen Your Hair.
Stimulants that Help Growth
These stimulants are usually included in the hair lotions that the doctor orders to handle.
Capsicum(pepper): It has a stimulating and nourishing action, it acts in the strengthening of the threads.
Growth factors( IGF, BFGF, AFGF, VEGF ): Growth factors are peptides of a protein nature, natural mediators that act on the repair and regeneration process. They help in the formation of new hair follicles and are essential for the growth and permanence of new hair (fortified root).
Prostaquinon: Reduces inflammation of the scalp, reducing hair loss and promoting increased thickness and density of the hair.
Caffeine: Caffeine can boost hair growth and prolong its life cycle. It is responsible for blocking the effects of the hormone DHT, which acts within the hair follicles triggering the death of the cells that produce the hair.
For hair to grow properly, in addition to the scalp, the wires also need to be healthy. Double, damaged and dried tips hinder yarn growth. So it is worth investing in good moisturizing hair to keep your hair hydrated, beautiful and healthy.
Other Health Problems
Make sure that any health problems you may have are not contributing to atrophied growth. In men and women, a number of medical problems can cause the slowing down of the production of hair follicles. Treating these medical issues, in some cases, causes the production of follicles to normalize.
Check for scalp infections. Infections caused by bacterial folliculitis (a type of ringworm) can damage the scalp area, preventing the follicles from growing healthy.
If you think you may have a scalp infection (and not simply dandruff), talk to your doctor about topical and antifungal medications that may be used before discussing hair growth treatments. In most cases, once the infection has been cured, normal hair growth returns.