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7 Shampoo Ingredients to Look for to Triple Growth, Increase Volume, and Manageability

Posted By Lovella Sitoy in Rapunzel on May 10, 2016

Thick, soft, voluminous locks. It’s one of the top “to-die-for” physical attributes that women want to have!

But how can you achieve such naturally thick, lustrous tresses that can go freely with the wind tangle-free, leaving other women green with envy?

Well, hair experts say it may be time to rethink your shampoo. For the longest time, we’ve been hearing a lot of tips and tricks for having great hair from beauty gurus and even dermatologists. But none of them would seem to work no matter how hard we try. Have you noticed?

It’s because we’ve been doing this one big in-shower mistake that’s been subtly stripping the life off of our stands, making them dry and frizzy - shampooing! Well at least with the use of regular shop-bought hair washes and shampoos... 

So if you’ve been reconsidering other hair shampoo options that won’t wreak havoc to your precious hair and stimulate hair growth, then please pay attention to these most helpful hair growth ingredients.

1. Panthenol

Also known as d-panthenol, it is a derivative of vitamin B5. It does a few good things for your hair. It helps maintain moisture, leaving your hair smooth and not brittle. This nutrient has the ability to penetrate your hair shafts. Thus this ingredient helps not only retain moisture, it also helps make your hair more voluminous, flexible, and less vulnerable to damage.

2. Biotin

Biotin has been proven to help thicken and strengthen hair. Biotin is one of the B group of vitamins that also includes vitamin B5 Panthenol. Like other B complex vitamins, biotin is one of the most crucial hair vitamins for growth and strength.

3. Niacin

Niacin is another member of the super vitamin group B vitamins. Niacin or vitamin B3 performs an essential role in our hair growth cycle. It helps fight stress and fatigue. Stress has been deemed to be a hair loss factor and niacin is the key that stimulates the follicles to prevent hair loss.

4. Amino acids

Proteins which are converted to amino acids are quite crucial for making strong and healthy hair. Our hair is mostly made up of keratin fibers. Without amino acids, it is impossible for us to produce the hair proteins keratins, which make our hair damage-resistant and shiny. 

5. Fatty acids

To have a healthy, non-itchy scalp, we need to increase our intake of fatty acids or omega acids. Dandruff, itchy scalp, and other scalp irritations are a product of dryness and lack of moisture. Essential fatty acids, which we can get from food like fatty fish, nuts and seeds, help maintain the pH balance of our scalp, leaving it free from inflammation. When the scalp is healthy, this environment encourages healthier hair growth.

6. Antioxidants

Nutrients like vitamin C, A, and E act as scavengers of our body. They also shield us from free radicals and other harmful external factors that tend to attack our cells, including the cells in our skin and follicles. By having sufficient levels of antioxidants, we encourage healthy cells, including follicle stimulation.

7. Rosemary extract

Rosemary, among other hair growth boosting herbs, can also be helpful in increasing the growth of hair. It promotes scalp healing, prevents hair loss while washing your hair, and it’s been found to rapidly increase hair growth for up to over 20%. With regular use of natural products containing this natural herbal oil, we can see good results in the thickness and strength of our hair.

Does your shampoo or hair care product have any of the above ingredients? If not, start using one now and start changing how your hair looks today!

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