To grow your hair faster, your body needs proper nutrition. You need a certain amount of nutrients to fuel longer, healthy hair growth! Give your hair what it needs to grow faster, longer, more beautiful hair!
It is well established that healthy, moisturized, well cared for hair can actually grow your hair faster. With the proper nourishment from inside and outside you can help to grow your hair faster - 100% faster than it grows right now (which is about 1/2 inch per month).
You'll find arguements all over the web about how there's no way for hair vitamins to affect how fast your hair grows. Hair that is in a optimum healthy state, receiving adequate nutrition and care, will grow healthier, stronger, more beautiful FASTER! Just as unhealthy hair looks dull, grows slow, and even falls out, healthy hair has shine, bounce, luster and will help to grow your hair faster!
So the real question to answer is, "How healthy is my hair really? Could it grow faster?" Let's examine a few points - answer no to any of them and there's a good chance you can get your hair to grow faster than it is right now.
Do you closely monitor your nutrition intake specifically of B vitamins, fortifying minerals (copper, iron, and zinc), and proteins?
Most people don't, so don't worry. There are two ways to go about correcting this. Buy lots of bottles of different vitamin supplements, or use a specially designed vitamin for hair growth.
Do you use a deep moisturizing shampoo daily?
You need well moisturized hair for it to grow faster. Dryness is the enemy of faster growing hair.
Do you keep your hair away from potentially damaging heat sources?
This would include hair dryers, flat irons, curling irons, or even the sun if you're outside long enough.
Do you get regular trims even if you're trying to grow out your hair?
It is very important to trim off dead split ends regularly...even when trying to get longer hair. It helps hair stay healthy and thick in the long run.
It may surprise you to hear that the most important question on this list is the first one. While all the rest of these environmental factors certainly matter, what actually helps grow hair faster the most is what happens to it from the inside out.