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Vitamin E Rich Recipes for Hair Growth recipes
Last Updated : May 24,2018
Vitamin E works as an antioxidant, protecting the hair from dryness and making it look shiny! Not only that; it 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? |
|1. ||Protecting hair from Dryness |
|2. || Makes hair shiny |
|3. || Promotes hair growth |
|4. || Repairs hair follicles |
|5. || Conditions hair from root |
|6. || Prevents hair fall |
|7. || Makes hair strong |
|8. || Makes hair smooth |
|9. || 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, 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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