3 Essential Facts About Egg and Hair Growth

If you are experiencing hair fall, you must be desperately looking for a way to promote hair growth. Egg has been used for a long time as a hair loss remedy. But there are certain facts you must know before you start using eggs for this purpose. Today I will tell you 3 essential facts about the way you should or should not use eggs if you really want to solve your problem. You can say it is a guide on how to use eggs for hair growth.

1. Why Eggs

There are many natural products that have been acclaimed to be beneficial for your crown. So why we are discussing eggs today? Let us see what a raw egg actually contains and how a hair pack of raw egg helps in the hair growth.

Egg is rich source of certain minerals like sulphur, zinc, iron, selenium, phosphorous and iodine as well as calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium to certain extent. They provide protein, vitamin B-1, B-2, B-12, biotin and choline. They also contain folic acid, pantothenic acid (vitamin B-5) and niacin.

A lot of these vitamins and minerals are essential for healthy hair.

2. How To Use Eggs For Hair Growth

It is really simple. You can add eggs to your daily diet. Your body will get all the nutrition of eggs. You will have a healthy body. A lot of these vitamins will supply the necessary nutrients for hair growth.

There is another way to harness the goodness of eggs. You can use it as a hair pack. Any kind of protein pack for the hair is good. Eggs are great source of protein. But take care to remember three important things.

  1. Always wash off your hair in cold water. Washing hair in warm water will make the eggs curdle and stick to hair as well as make it smelly.
  2. Always condition your hair afterward as the protein pack will make your hair dry.
  3. To avoid the lingering smell of the raw egg, you can use nice smelling shampoo and conditioner.

3. Why Eating Raw Eggs Cause Hair Loss

You should not eat uncooked eggs if you are experiencing hair fall. Did you know eating raw eggs will really cause brittle hair and consequently hair fall? This is because it causes biotin deficiency in your body. This is because of what is popularly known as egg-white injury syndrome which is the outcome of eating raw egg white and the result is hair loss.

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