How To Make
Children’s Hair Grow Faster with Nzuri Children’s Hair Vitamins
I know it can be quiet annoying and almost aggravating to people when it
seems like your child’s hair grows slowly or not at all. But be patient, there is help available
depending on your situation. Your
dermatologist or a Trichologist (hair and scalp specialist) can rule whether or
not a form of alopecia is involved.
However, there are many reasons for slow or no hair growth outside of
Children who have hair loss, slow-growing, damaged or brittle hair often
suffer from vitamin deficiencies. In today’s fast paced society, It can prove
challenging to keep children on a well-balanced diet, so they may not get the
vitamins and minerals they need for proper hair growth and development. Nzuri
has 2 vitamins that can help children's hair grow strong and healthy. The
Nzuri Little Bitties Hair Vitamin Gummy Bears and the Children's Liquid Hair Vitamins. They both work equally well and really all boils down to taste and preference.
Running a deficiency in any of the following vitamins and
minerals creates the potential for less than optimal hair growth
. You can give them to your kids as they are in supplement form
or incorporate them into their diet
with smoothies or by incorporating
healthier meals. However, even with
healthier meals, the body still needs essential vitamins such as…
Vitamin A is essential for maintaining and growing hair on
the body. Vitamin A supplements are safe for children to take in moderation and
help promote strong, healthy hair. Most importantly, Vitamin A is responsible
for enhancing the body's production of sebum. Sebum, found on the face and
scalp, is responsible for keeping hair hydrated and healthy as it grows. Vitamin
A can also be introduced into a child's diet with a number of foods such as
carrots, spinach, cantaloupe and sweet potatoes.
One of the primary B vitamins that helps promote healthy
hair is B-12. It helps to not only prevent hair loss, but many also take this
vitamin to help deal with stress, which can contribute to hair loss in extreme
cases. Biotin, another B vitamin, is essential for healthy hair. It is very
important for children to get adequate levels of biotin daily. Lack of biotin
in the body is thought to lead to hair loss. Supplements of this vitamin are
recommended to strengthen hair, keep it healthy, improve thin hair and mend
split ends. This vitamin is found in foods such as milk, eggs and yogurt. Pork,
chicken, beef and fish contain high levels of vitamin B-12.
Vitamin C is another vitamin that can help promote healthy
hair in children. Vitamin C can also help prevent hair loss. Additionally, it
stimulates the hair follicles, which promotes hair growth. Vitamin C can be
found in fruits such as oranges, grapefruits, red berries and kiwis, as well as
vegetables such as red and green peppers. Incorporating these foods into a
child's diet can insure they receive enough vitamin C.
Vitamin E is essential to promote healthy hair, since it
helps build up capillaries. This enhances blood flow in the body, which
encourages hair growth. Additions of vitamin E to a child's normal diet
stimulates hair follicles, which helps make hair grow faster. Vitamin E
promotes stronger, healthier hair and keeps it from becoming damaged, dry and brittle.
Nuts such as peanuts and hazelnuts have high levels of vitamin E, as do
vegetables like Brussels sprouts, broccoli and red peppers.
Nzuri Children’s hair vitamins also has the added amazing
vitamins and superfoods
Coconut oil is a rich source of nutrients like
vitamin E, vitamin K and iron. These nutrients are essential for maintaining
your hair’s shine and softness. Vitamin E is particularly effective in
eradicating dandruff, which is a major cause of hair fall and hindered
hair growth. Since this super
Coconut oil is rich in vitamin E, vitamin K and iron, the best
hair growth results will come from the nutrients you ingest – whether
diet or through hair growth
supplements — which are delivered to hair follicles via the bloodstream.
you want longer, healthier hair don’t forget the Biotin. This is quickly
becoming one of the most used hair supplements, and it simply requires taking
it in pill or liquid form. Biotin is a B Vitamin, but plays such a key role
that it needed its own spot. While most people get enough Biotin from the foods
they eat each day, it is a water soluble vitamin which means your body can’t
retain it, so you need to get enough of it each day or you’ll run a deficit.
This is another miracle worker of the vitamin B group, or we
would prefer to call it “the hair vitamin
s”. This vitamin plays
an important role in making hair thicker and shinier while it adds moisture. It
also helps in fighting away graying of hair in adults.
It has been proven that using turmeric helps rejuvenate
scalp health and gets rid of dandruff, itchiness and helps prevent hair loss.
loss can take place due to various reasons like unhealthy diet, stress or
disease. Curcumin is a component of turmeric that can inhibit the activity of
growth agent beta one known as TGF beta one which causes the death of hair
follicles resulting in hair loss. Also, you can add store purchased turmeric and
mix it with honey and milk which can be extremely beneficial as combined, they
reduce the negative effects on hair
. It’s great to start this practice on children
early. It will help them maintain healthier hair as they grow older. Some suggest that many adults who are now
bald would probably not be as bald had they been on a protective hair system
when they were children.
They say to cover your
vitamins from A to Zinc and this is one instance where they’re right. You might
not have given much thought to your child’s zinc levels before, but they could
be playing a part in lackluster hair growth if they don’t have enough. The good
news is that it’s not too hard to keep up with their zinc requirements if they
consume Nzuri hair vitamins, and most standard diets keep it covered. But you
may have trouble absorbing the Zinc you are getting, at which point you may
need additional supplements or hair products that contain added Zinc.
being said, it is important to know that
Growth goes through a cycle starting with the anagen period, in which the hair
follicle regenerates and there is active hair growth. Scalp hairs grow for two
to seven years. During the anagen growing period, the average rate of hair
growth can be 1 to 2 cm per month. This is followed by the catagen stage, in
which the hair follicle may change slowly for about two weeks and there is
narrowing of the hair shaft. During the telegen stage, the hair follicle rests
for four months. This is followed by the exogen phase, in which the hair sheds
in preparation for the start of the anagen growth period again. So when you begin taking Nzuri vitamin gummy
bears or the Nzuri liquid childrens vitamin it is important to understand that
if your child’s hair is in the resting phase you will not see as much growth as
you would if it was in the anagen (growing phase). However, with consistent use, the goal is to
prolong the anagen phase so the hair growth can be more rapid.
Patience my dear Watson.
p.s. It is advisable to not start and stop abruptly. Hair grows in phases and you have to create an environment in your child's body for healthy hair growth. You will not see massive results the first month (although many people report amazing results) some take longer but the longer you use the product the better results you will get. Just remember the Nzuri saying "Once you've grown it - you own it".