2016 Natural Remedies That Boost Hair Growth for Women

by Viviscal Hair Expert on March 3rd, 2016
Natural remedies for women hair growth

Our bodies have amazing powers. Although we might experience hair loss for a variety of reasons, did you know that you can help to boost natural hair growth by harnessing your own biology?

The top 2016 natural remedies that boost hair growth in women draw from our team of hair experts’ wealth of knowledge. Understanding natural hair growth in women has been at the top of our agenda for some time, and so we have pulled together our recommended list of the best natural remedies plus simple steps you can take to boost women’s hair growth.

Biotin

Biotin (also known as Vitamin H or Vitamin B7) helps your body to metabolize the nutrients you consume and transform them into amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, and therefore are an essential part of the hair structure. Some studies also link biotin intake to a healthy scalp.

We do recommend that you stick to the recommended daily allowance of biotin. Two tablets of Viviscal Extra Strength provides 80% of your daily biotin. For an extra boost, eat a few unsalted nuts, which also contain other fantastic natural nutrients.

For more information, read our key facts about biotin for hair growth.

Vitamin C

Here is one more reason to enjoy that refreshing glass of OJ with your breakfast. Vitamin C can help to boost hair growth. Getting enough vitamin C helps your body to produce collagen, and can help you to absorb iron more efficiently. And iron deficiency can cause hair loss.

Vitamin C is more than just citrus fruits. Natural sources of vitamin C include green peppers, broccoli and strawberries. However, if you’re not a fruit and veg person, you can supplement your hair growth diet with a drug free hair growth supplement, and try convenient auto-shipments with one of the Viviscal Elite kits.

Iron

Iron has a key role to play in the creation of red blood cells. These supply your body with all of the oxygen, minerals and nutrients that it needs to function properly, and that includes your hair follicles. A common sign of an iron deficiency — anemia — is thinning hair, so make sure that you eat enough dark leafy greens and lean proteins. If you fear your diet is lacking, take a hair growth supplement.

If you are looking for natural remedies to boost women’s hair growth, focus on nutrition. Only by ensuring that your body has an adequate supply of all of the essential vitamins and minerals it needs to fuel the hair growth cycle, can you give your locks the lift they need.