hair problem and remedies
Created by Hemlata Updated on Apr 08, 2017
hi..... my 4. 5years daughter hair r brown and growth is too less ....can I give Amla murrabba.... is it good 4 my child or it has any side effect ...pls suggest me any other remedies....
| Apr 08, 2017
Hi Hemlata, Yes amla is very good for hair growth as well as health, its a good source of vitamin c. Massaging your child's scalp with amla oil helps boost blood circulation. This, in turn, optimizes nourishment to your follicles and increases hair growth. Not only this, but amla oil also helps get rid of dry flakes from the scalp and dissolves grease and dirt from the follicles, improving overall scalp health. Boosted scalp health allows for the optimization of the pH levels and oil production. One of the biggest factors that cause hair breakage is the deficiency of vitamin C , and one of the easiest ways to replenish your body with this essential vitamin is consuming amla. Along with vitamin C, amla is also extremely rich in antioxidants. Antioxidants help keep hair and follicles healthy by fighting off the damage-causing free radicals. Regularly using amla for hair care also helps strengthen the hair shafts, preventing issues such as breakage and split-ends. Include protein and iron containing foods , lots of water and other fluids in your baby's diet, it will help.