Most of us would love to experience the benefits of healthier hair, but with our everyday routines taking up our time and a lot of confusing products on the market, it can be hard to know what route to take. We would recommend a combination of different things to try, including some products you can get from a UK-registered pharmacy shop online, some that are available on the high street, and a few simple things you can try at home without spending a penny.
1) Vitamin tablets
It’s not always easy to keep up the right level of different vitamins and minerals your body needs, or even to know how well you’re doing. Supplements can be an effective solution, and you’ll find tablets which promote healthier hair growth as well as your nails and skin from most good pharmacists.
2) Natural oils
Oil is great for hair, contrary to what many people might think. To keep it in good condition, you might want to use natural castor oil or coconut oil on your hair. This helps compensate for what gets washed away when you clean or dye your hair too often.
3) Specialist shampoos
Another way to promote healthy hair may be to use a shampoo with more active ingredients. You can easily find special shampoos that are designed to help with various factors, including ones that add volume, stimulate growth and even protect against heat damage.
4) Healthy diet
A vital element of having healthy hair is to make sure the rest of your body is healthy too. Many people forget about this, but it is directly related. A balance of all the key food groups will help keep your hair at its strongest and looking good.
5) Head massage
Some alternative therapy can really help your hair too. It’s not psychological, although a massage can be very relaxing and beneficial for that reason alone. Massaging the scalp actually promotes healthy hair growth, so it’s well worth a try.
6) Minimise heat styling
If you keep your use of hair curlers, straighteners and other similar tools to a minimum, you will definitely do a lot less damage to your hair. Using them regularly puts unnecessary stress on your hair and will permanently affect it long after the desired effect drops out.