What is the best hair vitamins for black women hair?
Black women hair, although more curly in texture, and drier, does not require any more vitamins than any other hair you want to grow. The key to black hair growth is moisture. Because the hair is curly, it is difficult for natural oils and moisture, needed for hair growth, to travel from the hair follicle, to the strand and ends. An essential fatty acid supplement, such as Omega 6, or Flax Oil, can help give the hair moisture it needs to not break, not split, and grow longer.
But, remember, hair growth requires more than vitamins. Hair growth is also stunted for black women because they use chemicals on their hair, whether from relaxers or personal care products, that only give their hair more dryness and cause it to be brittle and split. Black women should use natural products; i.e. Beauty 4 Ashes Super Gro products, which are all natural and contain hair growth stimulating herbs, or Aubrey Organics, which, although not made for black hair, can help black women's hair porosity and protein.
Black women's hair, white women's hair, green people's hair, and all of God's children's hair needs similar nutrients to grow. If you are a Black women try eating on a healthy diet, limit the porks, junk foods, and fast foods. Try taking vitamin B and flax oil regularly. Black women hair needs moisture to grow long, especially past the shoulders. Beauty 4 Ashes makes great ethnic hair care products that contain tons of essential fatty acids, vitamins, and natural oils, which are great for keeping african american hair moisturized and growing long.
Prenatal vitamins will helps to grow hair fast but i haven't tried it yet. I used Reloxe and It really grow my hair.