How to grow out your hair

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Are you experiencing “haircut regret”? That is when you cut your hair dramatically due to chemical damage or a life-changing experience and then regret it.

There has been a rash of sudden and startling short haircuts in Hollywood over the last year. Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Lawrence confessed their pixie cuts were the result of hair damage. And not all short cuts are cause for regret. Michelle Williams and Hallie Berry are pixie dos! Halle Berry is a Pixie Do!

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But if you are looking for a way to make your hair grow faster, David Kingsley has some answers. He is a trichologist, aVivn expert on hair and the scalp, and the son of Philip Kingsley who is known as the “Hair Guru. “Hair will only grow at its set optimum speed,” Kingsley said, “and that’s genetically predetermined.” Kingsley was quoted in a recent article in the New York Times, and confirmed that, “the average (hair growth) is about half an inch per month.”

Kingsley emphasizes that diet is important for healthy hair growth, “Make sure you’re getting enough protein, Vitamin D, biotin, iron and B12,” he said. In the same article, he mentioned Viviscal, a supplement that models and celebrities rave about. He said that while it can enhance hair health it won’t actually speed up growth. He also warned not you should not overdo supplements.

If you don’t eat a balanced diet that includes plenty of fatty fish, fresh fruit, and vegetables, then a hair supplement might make sense for you.  

Viviscal Extra Strength contains  AminoMar  a marine complex available exclusive to Viviscal supplements. Marine protein has been clinically proven to be beneficial for hair growth and health.  It is “derived from marine protein molecules combined with a blend of Horsetail (Stem) Extract and naturally occurring Silica”. It also contains Biotin, Vitamins H and C, and iron, which are all proven to enhance hair growth. Thinning hair is often a visible symptom of an iron deficiency.

Hair problems can be a reflection of your health. Any sudden or severe hair loss should be reported to your doctor.

 

http://www.viviscal.com/

The site contains a lot of information about hair loss and its prevention and treatment.

 

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