Long, healthy, luscious hair – is this the description for your ideal hair? But growing them out is the problem you are struggling with? Aren’t we all? If this all sounds too familiar, read on to find out the solution to this issue. Some lucky lasses out there have fast hair growth inculcated in their genes since before they were born into this world, but what about the rest? Here we go.
Starting with the very basic tip, sure your hair looks like a frizzy mess if not tend to, but applying endless products to it and easing them out with those snazzy heat styling tools, is only a temporary solution. Allowing your hair to breathe and adapting fuss-free hair styles, while letting them to dry naturally will not only help improve the texture of your hair, but also increase hair thickness and growth.
1. Swap Chemical-Laden Shampoo with this Homemade Herbal Shampoo: Oh, that feeling of freshly-washed hair! But sulfate content and other chemicals in certain shampoos can make hair dry, brittle, weak, rough and trigger hair fall too. So, what’s the solution? Don’t be surprised if we tell you that you can cleanse, condition, repair damaged hair, and trigger new hair growth with a herbal cleanser that can be made at home. For making this all natural hair shampoo or cleanser, you will need Reetha also known as Soapnut and Shikakai also known as Acacia concinna. Full recipe to make this shampoo here.
2. Search For Biotin Through Food Sources: Biotin has been popular as a hair saviour vitamin. Biotin pills are great supplements are widely available in the market, but get your biotin through food if you want lustrous hair with fast growth. These are some biotin-rich foods – organ meats, such as liver or kidney, egg yolk, nuts such as almonds, peanuts, and walnuts; soybeans and other legumes; whole grains; bananas; cauliflower; mushrooms. Heat and high temperatures can reduce the efficiency of biotin, so pick raw or minimally-processed food items.
3. Protein it up: Your hair is essentially made up of keratin, is actually a family of fibrous protein – as suggested by Google. Protein intake will naturally increase your hair growth. So stock up on that egg and fish. And for those vegetarian ladies like me, make food rich in iron your best friend for great results.
4. Is that Gelatin in your tea?: Sources in the western part of the world say, mixing a bit of gelatin powder in your tea will help initiate hair growth and accelerate the speed, with more thickness. If consumption orally is not your cup of tea, then mixing it in your shampoo once a week is a great alternative. And voila, say hello to fast growing, thick hair.
While I agree, the last step is definitely not going to be a go to one for a lot of ladies in India. But do try the other steps for hair that grows super fast, but remember everything takes time – so don’t expect miracles immediately. Everything comes in time! Hope you all enjoyed this article, let me know your tips and tricks too.
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9 thoughts on “4 Ways to Make Your Hair Grow Faster”
awesome tips raashi. very very useful. would include a tip or two in my diet as well. 🙂
Thank you Rati, do tell me how it works out 🙂 xx
nice tips! will have to increase protein in my diet now
Thanks Nikhat 🙂 Yes it does help!
Awesome tips, especially gelatin tip – sooper!
Thank you Jomol dearest 🙂 always love seeing you comment here!
amazing and very helpful post (Y)
Would you Plz suggest, which biotin Pills we can opt for?
I was looking at Healthkart, but bit confused about which one to order..
Be well by Dr Frank for hair and nails is said to be good Anwiti 🙂
Interesting tips…I always plan to let my hair grow long…but it doesn’t grow much. I am going to try the biotin pills…does it have any side effects?