When it comes to hair health you must make sure you are doing 2 things. Using the right products and eating the right foods.
For healthy hair I use HAIRFOOD Volume Collection to give my hair the extra boost while it is shedding after baby. I love how the volume collection gives hair an energizing, bouncy volume with a very fresh scent of blended kiwi and exotic fig. It is free of silicones, parabens, and mineral oil making it super healthy and natural for growth and renewal after your shed your lustrous pre-baby mane. The all natural ingredients in these products lightly coat each strand to provide conditioning, body, and bounce without weighing down. If you want to optimize on your hair growth after the post baby shedding, pick up Hairfood and be sure to add the food items below to your weekly item intake.
This exotic fruit stimulates hair growth and strength through it’s oily seeds. The seeds contain punicic acid which promotes healthy circulation to the scalp stimulating hair growth. The oils, also found in the seeds, helps to strengthen and smooth thin frizzy hair.
3. ALMOND BUTTER
Almond butter contains protein, healthy fats, and certain vitamins all of which have been linked to hair health. The main active ingredient for growth however is the Vitamin E. Vitamin E has been proven to increase hair growth by 42% when it was studies in an eight-month trial which found that men who supplemented daily with vitamin E had an increase in hair growth by as much as 42%.
Spinach is full of folate and iron which facilitate the red blood cells into carrying oxygen. Women of child bearing age and menopause tend to have lower than normal levels of iron due to menstral cycles and iron deficiencies that are usually present. It is important to make sure your iron levels are to a healthy level to ensure the reduction of hair loss, fatigue, and overall weakness.
Cherries contain Vitamin A which is important for hydration to the hair and scalp, as well as regulating the production of retinoic acid, important for hair follicle functions. The Vitamin B present in a cherry helps in the regeneration of existing cells to facilitate hair growth.
KelseyMarch 15, 2018 at 3:44 pm
Great tips! I have always had really thin hair but after having babies it has gotten even worse! Thank you for all of the tips, I will be trying a few out.
Danielle WahlstromMarch 15, 2018 at 3:44 pm
These are wonderful tips! I have been taking vitamins that help, but these foods are so good to know about! Thanks for sharing!
Sarah (A Woman Less Ordinary)March 15, 2018 at 3:44 pm
Whilst I like the sound of the results, do you have any evidence that these solutions actually work? Particularly before I slather dragonfruit all over my head 😉 If you can prove it, I'm in!
CassandraMarch 15, 2018 at 3:44 pm
Awesome! I lost soooo much hair after having my son.
MartaMarch 15, 2018 at 3:44 pm
this is a great post — bookmarking it for a refresher in May when baby is due!