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How to Use Watermelon for Hair Growth


Did you know that watermelon is very beneficial to your hair when eaten and applied topically? The high-water content of watermelon makes it wonderful for the hair.

Watermelon is a rich source of potassium, calcium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, etc. The high content of vitamin C present in watermelon helps in promoting healthy hair.

Also, watermelon helps boost blood circulation on the scalp to promote healthy hair growth and watermelon seed, on the other hand, is very helpful in moisturizing the hair.


How to Use Watermelon for Hair Growth:



1. Consume Watermelon


To reap the wonderful benefits of watermelon, all you have to do is eat more watermelon! If you are not really into consuming watermelon, you could try juicing it or adding it to smoothies, as a way to add it in without having to actually “consume” it.


2. Watermelon Hair Mask for Hair Growth:


Including its nutrients, the watermelon can be used as a hair mask for hair growth. Here’s how:

Materials:
  1. 1 teaspoon Mayonnaise
  2. Watermelon
Directions:
  1. Mash the pulp of watermelon using fork.
  2. Mix with 1 tsp of mayonnaise, until it becomes a thick paste.
  3. Apply the paste on your scalp.
  4. Leave on for 30 minutes.
  5. Rinse using a mild shampoo.


Benefits of Watermelon for Hair Growth:



1. Promotes Hair Growth


As per WebMD, watermelon contains citrulline, which is an amino acid that is converted into arginine in the body. Arginine is a precursor for nitric oxide, that helps with blood vessel dilation.
Blood vessels all over the body, including the scalp, needs to be healthy to operate at their best. Once the blood vessels on the scalp are actively dilating, the desired vitamins and nutrients that are needed to repair and produce keratin, which is fed to the scalp to promote healthy hair growth.


2. Prevents Hair Breakage and Hair Fall


Watermelon seed oil, also known as Kalahari oil or ootanga, contains anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants which helps in boosting scalp circulation and moisturizes without being greasy. The more blood that reaches the scalp, the less amount of hair fall happens.

Also, fatty acids improve the elasticity of the shaft and provide the hair with moisture, therefore, reducing the amount of breakage that you may be experiencing.


3. Provides Moisture for Hair


It is the composition of the watermelon which qualifies it as one of the best hydrators. Loaded with various amino acids, vitamins, and water, watermelon contains powerful nutrients that hydrate the hair from the inside out.

Regular consumption of this fruit will hydrate the body which, in turn, will hydrate your hair as well.


Important Notice: This article was originally published at www.1mhealthtips.com by Georgia Landry where all credits are due.

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