Im a girl, what vitamins can i take to have healthy, strong hair?

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  • Im a girl, what vitamins can i take to have healthy, strong hair?


Answer #1 | 02/01 2014 12:01
You shouldn't take ALL of them In one day. I have used all of them and find that biotin works best for me. However, they work differently for some people. So see what works for you :)
Answer #2 | 02/01 2014 12:07
All the VITAMINS & MINERALS comes from the foods you eat daily. NEVER take supplements without your doctor's OK. Buy/use supplements solely at your own risk.. "Many times patients will be taking over-the-counter medications or vitamins or homeopathic remedies not realizing that it can interfere with their regular medications or may build up unhealthy levels within in their body," said Dr. Rober Kershner, who's a surgeon with a background in biochemistry. From YA! about BIOTIN made her hair fall out! If you've straightened your hair in the past, it may grow slowly or none at all. Hair that you see now is dead. Wikipedia. But it has static electricity, when using heat, it sends currents to the roots, tampering them. Google: "Foods for Healthy Hair"… - or 10 Best Foods for Your Hair.… NO MATTER which link you picked, they all suggest the same foods. Your hair may be the fastest-growing tissue in the body but, unlike the skin, it cannot repair itself. That is why getting the right balance of vitamins and proteins is imperative. Don't expect to look like you've stepped out of a hair commercial the day after you've changed your diet. It is likely to take at least three months before you actually see tangible results. Hair is dead, but hair also has electrical energy; the negative charge of damaged hair can lead to flyways and unruly hair. Growing healthy hair doesn't come from a bottle or pills and hair products do not speed hair growth. Any hair oil, is another form to keep hair moisturized, nothing more. If you're in HS, your hair & nails should be growing normally, and as healthily as possible, since you're eating healthy foods. But when hair isn't growing as fast, it's because they've been tampered with: chemicals, hair straightening, etc. . . "You find people oiling hair every single day, the hair sweats and it doesn’t get washed. What do you think happens? It goes limp and becomes thin because it is not breathing,” Shamillah Mohammed, a hairstylist at SUQA, says. 5 Hair MYTHS - BUSTED… “Old wives’ tales and ineffective products that claim to treat or rehabilitate hair often have a placebo effect because people want them to work,” says Davis-Sivasothy, author of “Hair Care Rehab,” ( “But many of these ideas and products actually do the opposite of what’s intended, and they delay the user from seeking out real solutions.” Davis-Sivasothy debunks the following common hair-care myths: • Myth: There’s a magic pill (or oil, serum or balm) to grow our hair faster, stronger or thicker. Unfortunately, no. Hair growth is genetically predetermined and controlled by our hormones. Unless the magic pill affects our genes or hormones, there’s no hope that it might make our hair grow. (This includes prenatal vitamins. Credit the upsurge in hormone levels during pregnancy for those vibrant tresses!) Basic vitamin supplements can offer slight improvements in hair quality, but only if our body truly lacks the particular vitamin or mineral being taken. Best answer comes from people with Avatars, showing their healthy shiny, soft, silky, smooth hair.

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