Accessorize your healthy, gorgeous hair. Clips or barrettes can compliment beautiful hair. Coordinate them with your outfits or your personality. If you use elastics, use fabric-covered elastics to prevent breakage and tangles.
While hair loss can be attributed to some medical conditions such as alopecia, it's also a natural part of growing older. But there are small things you can do every day that may help. Here's the lowdown on the top 5 vitamins that can help keep your hair healthy, strong, and help to lower the risk of potential loss.
One of the most commonly known vitamins to promote strong hair is biotin, a B-complex vitamin that is sometimes referred to as Vitamin H. Biotin promotes healthy hair by increasing the hair's elasticity and protects against dryness, which also helps prevent breakage.* In addition, Biotin helps produce keratin, a primary component of healthy hair. Some even believe that biotin can slow down age-related graying. While Biotin deficiency isn't common, some of the symptoms, which may alert you to the need to supplement, are hair loss (sometimes resulting even in eyebrow and eyelash loss), chronic conjunctivitis, dermatological issues, and even mild depression. Thankfully, deficiency and deficiency related symptoms are fixed simply by either taking it orally or by getting it through the following foods:
Wash your hair less often. You may be able to get away with washing once or twice a week instead of every day (many people can). As a bonus, when you shampoo less frequently, you won't need to blow dry and heat-style it as much. Use a mild shampoo made specifically to help dry hair because it will have fewer drying detergents. Use hair products that don’t have alcohol because it is drying. Follow the shampoo with a moisturizing conditioner. It will keep cuticles lying flat so they hold in natural oils.Get Your Bottle Now!