Biotin for hair growth

Best Biotin In India

Beautiful looking hair is a sign of a healthy body and proper hair care regime. Some people have a nutritious diet, whereas some do not have access to proper nutrition. Also, many people have medical issues that put them at the risk of nutritional deficiency, which influences scalp/body hair.

The effects of nutrition are indirect and often slow to appear. Hair, especially, is slow to respond to any other stimulus. The speed of hair growth is based on gender, age, hormones, etc. It may be reduced by nutrient deficiency like vitamins, iron, zinc, etc and menopause, polycystic ovaries, etc (in women). Hair nutrition is, therefore, an essential part of our life. Keeping this in mind, we have recently launched our BIOTIN dietary supplement.

Why use Satthwa’s BIOTIN dietary supplement?

  • Contains 30 mcg of Biotin
  • Includes Zinc Sulphate
  • Good for hair, nails, and skin
  • 100% vegetarian tablets
  • Gluten-free

Biotin for hair

Hair loss is a symptom of biotin deficiency. Biotin supplement is thought to improve your body’s keratin infrastructure. Keratin is the protein responsible to make up your hair, skin, and nails. Biotin has Vitamin B7 that helps in promoting hair growth. It thickens hair, stimulates growth and adds shine to your hair. Besides, it also does wonders to your nails and skin.

Zinc for hair growth

Zinc is an important part of nutrition and necessary for your immune system. It is effective in many ways for your body like for treating diarrhoea, common cold, etc. It also plays a vital role in wound healing.

Other than this, zinc plays an important role for your hair too. It helps in tissue growth, premature greying and calms the hormonal balance which prevents your hair from shedding. Satthwa’s BIOTIN dietary supplement includes 25% of Zinc Sulphate (elemental zinc 3mg), which is a special characteristic of this biotin supplement. Zinc deficiency leads to hair loss. So, make sure to include enough zinc in your diet to boost hair growth.

Biotin rich foods

Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin that is responsible for energy metabolism. Vegans are generally at most risk of biotin deficiency. Following are the items which can help you get away with it:

  • Organ meat such as liver or kidney
  • Egg yolk
  • Nuts, such as almonds, peanuts, etc
  • Cauliflower
  • Mushroom
  • Banana
  • Soybeans and other legumes
  • Whole grains

The amount of biotin may vary from food to food. So be sure to read the nutritional value before consuming anything. This can help you select the item needed according to your biotin deficiency level. However, you can always opt for dietary supplements. 

Other benefits of biotin

Biotin is a B7 vitamin that supports a healthy metabolism. Biotin is thought to:

  • Improve cognitive function
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Help control blood sugar
  • Improves the health of your skin
  • Lowers cholesterol

Biotin dosage

According to the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine, 30 mcg is the daily adequate intake for adults 19 years of age and older. FSSAI recommends taking 30 mcg of biotin in supplement form daily to strengthen hair shafts and achieve results.

How long till you see results?

Benefits of biotin won’t be noticeable until you have increased its consumption for several months. If you are increasing your consumption through biotin-rich foods, you need to eat them daily. However, if you are taking biotin supplements, it is important that you take them daily, or as directed by your doctor, to see better results.

Biotin side-effects

Possible side effects of ingesting too much biotin supplements may include skin rashes, indigestion, kidney problems, etc (Might happen with supplements which are 5000 / 10000 mcg) You should always check with your doctor before adding a new supplement to your diet. Your doctor may also provide more information about the dosage and let you know other side effects too. Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin, so any extra amount within your body will gradually flush out through urine.

Know more about healthy hair foods here.

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6 thoughts on “Biotin for hair growth

  1. avatar Satthwa says:

    @Deepak, FSSAI has stated that daily recommended dosage for biotin is 30mcg which is enough for an adult, consuming over 30 mcg does not help as it is a water-soluble vitamin and gets washed from the body. Hence 30 mcg will be just as effective as 10,000 mcg without any side-effects.

  2. avatar Deepak Mehta says:

    10000 mcg is not available…?

  3. avatar Satthwa says:

    @krunali , the cost is Rs.899 for 90 tablets.

  4. avatar Krunali says:

    What are d charges of biotin tablet

  5. avatar Satthwa says:

    Hi Manpreet, our Biotin is back in stock.


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