Super-Vitamin B5 and the wonders it does for hair-care

July 15, 2019

Vitamin B5 is also called Pantothenic Acid. You’re wondering why we’d highlight only one of 8 sub-genres of the Vitamin B class of compounds, right? Well, read on to find out what a powerhouse Vitamin B5 can be for your body, and getting down to our business end of it - your hair!

 

Look out for symptoms

 

There are many symptoms of vitamin B5 deficiency than just hair loss. Depression, fatigue, abdominal pain, vomiting, trouble sleeping, irritability, and burning feet are some of the most common symptoms. If you observe one or more of these symptoms or feel like your hair loss could be due to vitamin B5 deficiency, we recommend you seek medical help.

 

Where to find some B5

 

Majority of the vitamin B5 sources stay true to the stereotype that most nutritious foods are not very much on the tasty side. But a healthy diet with adequate vitamin B5 will result in healthy hair growth. 

 

  • Veg: Broccoli, mushrooms, cauliflower, corn, avocado, sweet potatoes, soybean, split peas & lentils

  • Dairy: Milk, yogurt & egg yolk

  • Fish: Shellfish, lobster & salmon

  • Meat: Chicken, pork, beef, turkey, liver & kidney

 

To make sure you get maximum B5 from the sources, eat them fresh rather than refined. Just like any other water-soluble vitamins, vitamin B5 is also lost when boiled. We recommend talking to your doctor before you start taking in more vitamin B5 sources.

 

What’s the deal with B5 and hair?

 

Our body metabolizes the carbs, fat, and protein with the help of vitamin B5. These are converted into usable energy and are distributed to the cells. The hair follicles function properly using nutrients from vitamin B5. The deficiency of vitamin B5 leads to malnourishment of your follicles. This could result in reduced hair growth and the worst case scenario, hair loss. It can be easily prevented by meeting the RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) of vitamin B5.

The added benefit of enough vitamin B5 is that the nutrients it brings to the follicles also help increase the elasticity. A better elasticity means perfected curls. Don’t we just love to show off the curls?

 

The benefits list

 

Pantothenic Acid or Vitamin B5 has got a lot more hair benefits than just controlling hair fall. Here’s a list of them.

  • Thickens hair

  • Reduced split ends

  • Regenerate hair follicle cells

  • More flexible hair

  • Strong hair roots and shaft

  • Activates pigment stimulation

  • Retains hair moisture

  • Adds more glow to your hair

Natural Scalp Serum

Maintaining a healthy scalp means healthy hair. Never take care for your scalp lightly, because the scalp skin is much more sensitive than the skin on other parts of your body. That’s why we recommend you Ristrah’s Natural Scalp Serum. It offers a perfect natural solution to the most commonly found scalp issues such as the itchy, flaky and irritated scalp. Natural Scalp Serum strengthens hair and helps maintain a healthy scalp. Vitamin B5 present in the Scalp serum helps retain moisture, prevent flakiness, and improves hair strength.

 

Feel free to experiment Ristrah’s Natural Scalp Serum as it is 100% cruelty-free vegan product formulated with natural ingredients. We would love to hear from you. Write to us about your experience info@ristrah.com.

 

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