How to Grow Damaged Hair

by Viviscal Hair Expert on December 4th, 2015
how to grow damaged hair

Whether it is dyed, straightened, curled or bleached, your hair is likely to be damaged. Unfortunately, most of the Hollywood Red Carpet looks rely upon processes that can be harmful to your hair. Damaged hair is prone to breakage and split ends. Even worse, damaged hair is difficult to grow back, so read on to get on the road to luscious locks.

How to grow damaged hair

Understanding how to make damaged hair grow is all about understanding nutrition. Each of your hairs is rooted in your body’s largest organ: the skin. One of the reasons why it is difficult to grow damaged hair is that the problem often originates in the hair follicle. These small tubular structures are the powerhouses of the hair growth cycle, and consequently, focusing on these is the best way to regrow damaged hair.

Your hair follicles supply your strands with all of the vitamins and minerals needed to rebuild a broken hairline and grow damaged hair fast. Ensuring that your body is adequately supplied with these vitamins is a crucial first step towards healthier hair and scalp. While some of these vitamins are found in a variety of foods, it can be tough to switch your entire diet around. Thankfully, Viviscal Extra Strength is a simple solution, making it easy to supplement your diet with all the nutrients your body needs to nourish hair from within.

Scalp massaging and growing damaged hair

You may have read that a scalp massage can be effective in the promotion of hair growth. The theory is that when you massage your scalp, it increases blood flow and this in turn stimulates the hair follicles into action. For the most part, this is good advice. However, it is crucial that this increased blood circulation supplies your follicles with the nutrients they need for healthier hair growth. A scalp massage with a poor diet will be unlikely to deliver a great result.

How to rebuild a broken hairline

Men with a receding broken hairline might be experiencing the onset of male pattern baldness. This can be induced by normal changes in hormones, and treatment in the long term may be futile. However, there are steps you can take to help prevent further hair loss, and to make thinning hair more voluminous and healthy looking. For instance, a good hair growth supplement such as Viviscal Man provides marine extracts plus Vitamin C, Zinc and Flax Seed Extract to nourish thinning hair.

Simply switching to a gentle shampoo and moisturizing conditioner can help to create a better environment for hair growth. Products that are free from SLS/SLES tend to be kinder to your scalp and hair because these common foaming agents can be irritants.

Pairing your shampoo routine with Viviscal Man will ensure that you are supplying the right vitamins to promote hair growth, and Viviscal Hair Filler Fibers will help your hair appear fuller and healthier immediately. These tiny microfibers can be matched to your natural hair color, and washed out with normal shampoo. They are weather-resistant, which protects you from embarrassing color running in the rain. Plus, the fibers add the look of thickness and volume to hair in seconds.