Want to have a strong, thick and faster growing hair? These three vitamins help a lot!

You recently had a haircut and you are not happy with the result or you simply belong to the group of women whose hair grows to a certain length, and it does not seem to go even one millimeter ahead, your real savior can be found in the nature. A balanced diet rich in vitamins is a prerequisite for healthy and beautiful hair.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D stimulates hair follicles and stimulates hair growth. Controls the levels of certain minerals in the body, such as zinc. If there is an imbalance, you can feel the itching of the scalp and hair can become thinner and lifeless. In addition to the sun exposure, vitamin D can also enter the body through salmon, cereals and mushrooms.


Vitamin A

Vitamin A maintains the humidity of the scalp, prevents hair from drying out and controls dandruff. This rich antioxidant can be found in eggs, liver, spinach, carrots, mangoes and many other foods. However, do not overdo the intake of this vitamin because large quantities can prevent hair growth.


Vitamin C

Vitamin C helps building collagen and decomposition of iron, which is essential for the growth of long and strong hair. It is good for the health of your skin and nails and generally essential to the body because it is a part of transferring oxygen. The need for this vitamin can be satisfied with: citrus fruits, spinach, broccoli, cabbage and peppers.


Vitamin E

Vitamin E stimulates the expansion of capillaries and improves blood circulation in the whole body, including the scalp. This is, of course, a prerequisite for a beautiful and healthy hair. You can find it in many products for hair because it adds shine and fullness to it. You will ensure the entrance of this vitamin to your body if you consume almonds, kiwi, papaya, sunflower seeds, kale and spinach. As with vitamin A, too much can have adverse effects on the body. In particular, excessive intake can dilute the blood.


Vitamin H

Vitamin H also known as biotin, vitamin B7 or coenzyme R, this vitamin strengthens hair and nails. Lack of vitamin H is directly associated with alopecia (hair loss). Like vitamin E, vitamin H is a common ingredient in cosmetic products. For eating purposes it is found in avocados, eggs, nuts and beans.