Are you growing your hair? Whether you want gorgeous long locks for the festive season or are just channeling the ultimate desi beauty, growing your hair out can be a frustratingly slow process. From oiling to regular trims, there are loads of ways to help your hair grow and Sunsilk’s latest shampoo promises to help with a new super-ingredient – Biotin.

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As you probably know, long, shining tresses are not that easy to achieve – it’s important to care for your hair both inside and out. A healthy, varied diet with plenty of water, fruits and vegetables will help keep your hair in top condition. And oil massage on your roots also helps promote hair growth and it’s important to tackle split ends regularly at the salon. However your daily shampoo can also make a difference.

Sunsilk Long and Healthy is a revolutionary shampoo fortified with vitamin B7 also known as Biotin.   Biotin, a healthy hair growth vitamin, nourishes hair from tip to root. Sunsilk say that the shampoo will help your hair to grow 4 cm in 3 months.

Like all other vitamins, Biotin has its share of health benefits. Derived from the greek word Biotos, which means life, Biotin is a necessary nutrient that helps hair growth to its fullest potential each month. In fact, Biotin doesn’t just promote hair growth, it adds more life to to your hair, which is why it’s often referred to as hair food. A Biotin deficiency is known to result in dryness of the scalp, dandruff and hair loss.

Hair and scalp expert, Dr Fransesca Frusco says, “When you have hair on your side you feel good, because you look good. It contributes to you as a person, from the moment you wake up to the moment you go to bed.”

Whether you’ve got your own wedding come up or are looking forward to friends’ weddings, gorgeous long hair will help you shine. If you’re looking to grow your hair in the healthiest way, maybe Sunsilk can help you “Fast forward to long hair so that you look the best when it counts the most”!

 

Salima Feerasta
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Salima Feerasta is chief editor of Karachista.com and one of Pakistan's top fashion and lifestyle journalists.

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