- Fish oil:
Fish oil is derived from the tissues of certain species of fish, and can also be taken as part of the daily diet, or as a food supplement. Salmon, tuna, herring, and maquiral are reliable food sources.
There has also been much research on the benefits of fish oil in recent years. The rich presence of omega 3 fatty acids is what makes fish oil healthy. Omega 3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids that the human body cannot produce alone. The omega 3 fatty acids are Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).
- Benefits of using fish oil for hair:
Many people consume fish supplements or fish oil, to promote hair growth and prevent hair falling, indicating that omega 3 in fish oil provides essential proteins and nutrients to the hair and skin trunks, and prevents hair inflammation.
Endometriosis is known to be one of the most important factors that can directly contribute to hair falls, and thus fish oil can help activate the circulatory circulation of the scalp leading to healthy and rapid hair growth.
Many studies have indicated that women who eat fish-oil supplements have observed significantly higher hair growth and lower hair drop, as well as when applying mackerel-derived fermented fish oil extract. On-site FFO has significantly stimulated hair growth, and other studies have indicated that women who have experienced low hair drop, when taking supplements of antioxidants along with omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids, have increased hair density.
In addition, if fish oil is placed and applied directly to the scalp, care must be taken that the smell of fish oil may be disturbing to the person himself or others.
Oil may have this effect by causing the hair to enter development, as the hair grows in four stages: Growing, growing, growing, telluric, and oxygen, that the stage of growth is when growth occurs, as many studies have found, fermented mackerel oil has increased the amount of time that hair spends in the alt phase.