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Boosting the hair growth – does biotin really work?

Boosting the hair growth

Von Apotheker Alexander Helm

Aus therapeutischer Sicht überprüft von Heilpraktikerin Antje Gerhold-Andersch

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zuletzt aktualisiert am: 4. November 2021

Biotin for hair – Benefits of the vitamin

Hair loss, thin or brittle hair can be quite stressful for the person concerned. Also, many women ask themselves: “How can I make my hair grow faster?” While numerous products for hair are advertised in the media, biotin is said to be a real miracle cure.

What is Biotin?

Biotin, also known as vitamin B7 or vitamin H, is a water-soluble vitamin and is responsible for many human metabolic processes. It helps the body to make keratin. Keratin is the main component of hair, which is why biotin is considered a beauty vitamin for hair. It should not only make the hair stronger and more beautiful, but also protect against hair loss and can stimulate hair growth.¹

Biotin is said to have other benefits that are important for health and appearanceare. Since nails are also made of keratin, biotin is supposed to provide the necessary strength. In addition, biotin is responsible for the normal functioning of the nervous system and numerous other mental functions .

Biotin for beautiful hair

Just shampooing and drying can put a lot of strain on hair. Hair is also exposed to numerous harmful environmental influences in everyday life. It is therefore advisable to be careful with the heat and to use light shampoos in small quantity. In addition, a head massage is not only good for the soul, but also promotes blood circulation of the scalp.

But that alone is usually not enough to have beautiful and strong hair. An optimal nutrient supply is also important and this can be achieved through a balanced diet and the supply of biotin as well as iron, zinc and folic acid. These substances are found, for example, in fish, fresh fruit and vegetables and other foods rich in vitamins. Dietary supplements such as the Biotin Complex with Zinc + Selenium from Casida can also help to supplement an unbalanced diet. It is the optimal combination for strong hair, beautiful skin and firm nails.

Biotin and hair loss

Hair is much more than just decoration on the head. It is an expression of our style and our vitality. Therefore hair loss can have bad consequenes. Hair loss means when more than 100 pieces of hair are lost daily. The causes of hair loss can be varie: medication, chemotherapy, diseases, irritation, stress, but also malnutrition or vitamin deficiencies often lead to hair loss. With the latter, a balanced diet already helps to supply the body with enough biotin, selenium and zinc. Dietary supplements such as the Biotin Complex with Zinc + Selenium from Casida is vegan, lactose-free and gluten-free and particularly practical for everyday use.

Biotin and thin hair

A full mane is the beauty ideal par excellence. But what to do with thin hair? While some people are genetically endowed with fine hair, there can be other causes of this problem as well. If lack of necessary nutrients is the cause, biotin is the solution. Casida’s tabs could finally put an end to this problem – as biotin in combination with zinc and selenium is said to be particularly effective in working against hair loss and other hair problems. Casida Biotin Capsules provide damaged hair with all the nutrients needed.

Can Biotin speed up the hair growth?

Even the healthiest hair is not spared from split ends. Frequent shampooing, blow-drying and dyeing will soon split hair ends – and they have to be cut off. But can you make hair grow faster?
Biotin and other dietary supplements should at least initiate the process and ensure strong and healthy hair. That is why biotin is considered essential for hair growth.

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¹ G. Lutz, “Nutritive Haarwachstumsförderung mit Spurenelementen, Vitaminen und sekundären Pflanzenbegleitstoffen bei Frauen”, (2012) Georg Thieme Verlag KG Stuttgart

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