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Hair Care | Your Health & Fitness


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Supplement Your Way to Healthy Hair


On top of a varied and balanced diet, taking mineral supplements such as zinc, biotin and selenium can also make a big diff erence to hair strength and health. Increasing your vitamin C intake (through both diet and supplements) is another easy way of boosting collagen repair to achieve a healthy shine.


62 DEAR DOCTOR WITH DR CHRIS STEELE


Whatever your age, keeping your hair in good condition can be a struggle. However, the right treatment and nourishments can help you maintain a glowing head of hair. Here are six top tips that give you the most up-to-date advice.


S 2.Wash With Care


upplying your body with all the right nutrients is crucial for maintaining healthy hair. Hair is made up of proteins, so a diet


rich in vegetables, nuts, lean meat, fi sh and wholegrains will provide what the body needs to keep your hair in prime condition. A poor diet lacking in the necessary nutrients will result in slow growth and dull, brittle hair.


Over-washing hair can do more harm than good. Aim to wash hair no more than once every two days, and make sure that you are using a shampoo that is suited to your hair type. Coarser hair types will need a shampoo that minimises frizz, while straight or oily hair needs just a gentle shampoo. Shampoos with glycerin and collagen can aid in restoring moisture to dry or brittle hair, and a shampoo containing amino acids will treat any damage to dyed hair.


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