How to Get Healthy Hair - Naturally!
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I received a complimentary bottle of biotin from Eu Natural for this review.  All opinions are my own.  This post contains affiliate links, which means that I earn a percentage of each sale.

I used to keep my hair pretty short because  it would get damaged fairly quickly.  Curly hair that is damaged means lots of unruly, frizzy curls, which is not an attractive sight!  I have my hair a little longer now, thanks to these tips on how to get healthy hair naturally.  Some of these give you instant gratification, but most take weeks or months to see a difference.

Unfortunately, there's no way to permanently repair damaged hair.  Once the hair shaft is open, it remains open.  You'll have to cut it off to get rid of the damaged hair.  However, you can use products to close the shaft so hair appears healthy for days or weeks.  While you are doing this, you should also take very good care of new hair growth so it is healthy as it grows.

How to Get Healthy Hair

1.  Hair Masks

Repeated damage can cause the hair shaft to open.  This makes hair dull and look damaged.  Hair masks work by nourishing the hair and temporarily closing the hair shaft.  You will need to do a hair mask once a week for best results.  Try this pumpkin hair mask or this hair mask for damaged hair.

2.  Heat Protection

Heat from hair dryers, curling irons, and straighteners can damage your hair quickly.  Use a heat protection spray or make your own before using any heat on your hair.  It's best to avoid the hair dryer completely and let hair air dry.  If you have to use a hair dryer, hold it away from your hair and use a cool or warm setting.

3.  Brushing

Wet hair is more likely to break, so do not use a brush on wet hair.  Use a leave-in conditioner and a wide tooth comb to get rid of tangles or wait until hair is completely dry before you brush it.

4.  Biotin

Biotin, also known as B7, is a vitamin that can help you get healthier hair and nails.  Normally, your body produces enough Biotin to keep your hair and nails healthy, but some people do not produce enough.  For these people, adding a Biotin supplement can help get healthy hair and nails.  Signs of a Biotin deficiency can include lethargy, dermatitis, hallucination, numb or tingling hands and feet, and conjunctivitis.

Eu Natural provided me with a bottle of Biotin to try.  Since the supplement works by encouraging new cell growth, it won't repair your existing damaged hair.  However, it will help new hair grow quicker and healthier.  It took about two weeks to notice a difference in my hair, but I did see a difference.  My nails are also growing faster!

5.  Styling Products

Styling products can damage your hair and cause product built up.  When product gets built up on your hair, it makes it look unhealthy and damaged.  Try to only use products four times a week to protect your hair and use a clarifying shampoo once a week to remove product build up.  You can also add a teaspoon of baking soda to your regular shampoo once a week to dissolve products and get your hair and scalp clean.

6.  Eat Healthy

Eating a balanced, healthy diet will help your hair grow in beautifully.  Try to eat plenty of protein, zinc, vitamins, and minerals every day.  Eat blueberries, spinach, sweet potatoes, yogurt, walnuts, and salmon for beautiful, healthy hair.

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Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, and a goat. She loves coffee, Gilmore Girls, her chihuahua, and her kids, but not in that order.