Tuesday, 21 August 2018

Effective Delivery of Nutrients for Hair Growth


Good nutrition, proper hair care and occasional hair revitalizing therapies are needed to maintain healthy hair growth. If you experience hair loss, adding foods rich in hair growth stimulating nutrients to your diet can help in the long term. However, for more effective and quick results, a targeted hair nutrient therapy may be a better choice.
Hair Growth and Nutrition
Like everything else in our body, hair also needs good nutrition and a healthy diet. This includes eating foods that are rich in certain vitamins and minerals that are needed for hair growth.
You need Vitamin A which plays a vital role in cell growth. Vitamin B is needed for producing red blood cells. This carries essential nutrients to all parts of the body, including your hair roots and scalp. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that reduces the effect of free radicals. Vitamin D which you get through sunlight, is also needed for the body to stay healthy. Many people don't get enough of this nutrient. Vitamin E also has antioxidant properties and is required for healthy skin and hair.
You also need proteins, zinc and iron for healthy hair.
You can modify your diet to include foods rich in these nutrients. You can take nutritional supplements. However, there are certain special hair therapies designed by experts that can provide quick benefits.
Kaya Hair Care
At Kaya, every product and every special therapy is designed by dermatologists who test them for effectiveness on the conditions they treat. Kaya provides many products for hair fall and many hair care treatments. These include PRP for hair, IHRT or Intensive Hair Root Therapy, and Hair Nutri-Infusion Therapy.
PRP uses platelets extracted from your own blood to treat skin and hair issues.
Here we focus on two other best service for hair fall - IHRT and Hair Nutri-Infusion Therapy.
Hair Loss and Hair Thinning in Women
Hair fall can happen to anyone, at any time and it has varied causes. It can be triggered by environmental pollution, poor diet, nutritional deficiencies, certain illnesses, medications, and heredity.
When it comes to severe hair loss, it can be caused by conditions like Alopecia Areata, in which your own immune system goes awry and attacks healthy hair follicles. Hair fall can be caused by heredity too. In this case, hair loss begins during and after menopause. The hair loss begins at the center of the head and spreads outward. Though this rarely results in baldness in women, it greatly reduces hair density and makes the scalp more visible.
At Kaya, hair loss is treated with nutritional therapies. The following two treatments can be very effective in treating Androgenic Alopecia, Alopecia Areata, and Telogen Effluvium, besides other hair loss conditions.
Intense Hair Root Therapy
In this treatment, dermatologists create a mix of vital nutrients - plant extracts and vitamins. This is delivered directly to the hair roots through micro injections. These tiny injections are delivered to the hair loss region in the scalp. The nutrients quickly get into the system to stimulate hair growth and strengthen hair follicles, so that new hair growth can be strong and healthy.
Hair Nutri-Infusion Therapy
This hair loss treatment also delivers vital nutrients directly to the scalp and hair roots. However, in this case, instead of injections, the nutrient cocktail is infused into the scalp and follicles though charged ions. Delivered beneath the skin, these nutrients stimulate and revitalise the hair roots and scalp. This prevents hair fall and helps new hair to emerge. The emerging hair is strong and healthy. The nutrients also help existing hair shafts become strong and radiant.
There are many hair treatments available at Kaya clinic for hair fall. The above-mentioned therapies can be very effective hair thinning solution for women suffering from severe hair loss. Fix an appointment at Kaya, and get advice on the right treatments and products for your hair loss problems. Schedule therapy sessions to regain your youthful glowing hair again!

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