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Last Updated : Jun 08,2019
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Vitamin E Rich Recipes for Hair Growth
Vitamin E works as an antioxidant, protecting the hair from dryness and making it look shiny! Not only that; Vitamin E rich foods repairs the hair follicles and promotes hair growth too. It deeply conditions the hair from the root and prevents hair-fall. It makes your hair strong and smooth, and tackles split-ends too! What more can you wish for?
9 reasons why Vitamin E is good for your hair?
9 reasons why Vitamin E is good for your hair?
Protecting hair from Dryness
Makes hair shiny
Promotes hair growth
Repairs hair follicles
Conditions hair from root
Prevents hair fall
Makes hair strong
Makes hair smooth
Tackles split ends
Apart from consuming foods rich in Vitamin E, you can also apply Vitamin E oil on your scalp and massage, to increase blood circulation, reduce inflammation and nourish the hair follicles. You need to do this on a regular basis to see good results.
The major food sources of Vitamin E include spinach, kale, wheat germ, broccoli, olives, peanuts, almonds, sunflower seeds, etc. These can be had as such or cooked in a variety of ways, to make it more interesting and fun to include the vitamin in your diet! Here, we provide you with a selection of our favourite Vitamin E rich recipes for hair growth, which will have a positive effect on your skin and hair health.
You can also supplement the Vitamin E rich diet with topical application of Vitamin E oils, under the advice and supervision of your doctor.
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