How to make your hair grow? According to science, hair grows between 0.3 to 0.5 mm per day, 1 to 1.5 cm a month and 12 to 15 cm a year. Hair also takes credit for being the second fastest growing tissue in the body. But still, we all face one problem or another regarding our hair.
“Once I had beautiful, healthy hair, but now it doesn’t grow, falls out, and looks damaged...” Does this situation ring a bell with you? We want to share a hair repair story with you. We hope that it’ll help those who want their hair to become healthy again. But keep in mind that this process isn’t about miracles. It’s about constant work and everyday care.
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- A couple months ago, a friend told me about a hair routine she was doing that would change my life forever. The secret to getting gorgeous thick hair, according to her, was by using Aloe vera oil.
- All the articles I read online did say that Aloe vera is really great for hair growth! Apparently, when you massage it into your scalp, it increases blood flow there, and this is what stimulates hair growth.
- Basically, the most important thing I found out during my research is that healthy hair growth starts with a healthy scalp, and that’s exactly what Aloe vera can do for you.
- Get your hands on an Aloe vera leaf. You can usually find them at most health food stores. Make sure you wash any dirt off of it really well.
- Then, cut it into a bunch of little squares. Just go down the leaf making slices about 2-fingers-width apart.
- Next, put the Aloe vera cubes into a bowl along with some coconut oil. Heat it all up together by placing this bowl into a pot of hot water.
- After letting the mixture cool off, pour it through a strainer into a different bowl so that you’re left with just that yummy oily goodness!
- Then, all you have to do is massage this oil into your scalp. Really focus it at the roots of your hair. Once it’s done stewing in your hair, you can just hop in the shower and wash the oil out with your regular shampoo.
- At around Day 45, my hair was definitely shinier and thicker. And just after the 3-month mark, like, Day 95, my hair was visibly longer! I’m talking, a lot longer!
- Definitely don’t aggressively rub your hair with a towel – that just damages the follicles and breaks your strands, which is what frizz and split ends are, by the way.
- Hair ties and clips just break the strands, which is what causes fly-aways and the dreaded thinning hair!
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Another treatment could be
Take curd and flex seeds put them separately over night in room temperature.
Dont forget to Dip the flex seeds in water.
In the morning gring both of them together .
Apply the paste from the roots gently
Keep it for 30 minutes
And rinse it with water or with a mild shampoo .
NOTHING you apply externally will make your hair grow FASTER.
Some things added topically might thicken hair or make it stronger.
Some foods and supplements taken internally, like biotin, are known to make hair grow 'better'.
your diet can effect your hair too. might take vitamins. dyeing it of course dries it out, the flat iron, curling iron dries it out and fries it. so quit over processing it. take prenatal vitamins, just make sure NOT to get the one with extra iron, since you can OD on iron.
I have another oil that is also good. Neem oil...***
Get neem leaves, wash it clean and blended it with a little water just to make it work. After that, strain it with a strainer just to get the green juice. Heat a spoon or two of coconut oil, and add the neem juice in, mix it and stirring it occasionally so it won't burn, fire small. Let it boil slowly, stir it...until it turns dark green and the water inside neem juice is dried out. Stop fire, let it cool down...you can start rubbing neem oil onto your scalp gently. It is a bit strong, the smell of neem oil but you can use a shower cap. Neem oil can prevent dandruff, lice or any itchy scalp. Leave it about 20 to 30 minutes and wash with a gentle shampoo, preferably baby shampoo. Leave it to air dry...( I am not sure if you can get fresh neem leaves in your country but most Indian shops sell neem leaves. Or you can order online... I think!!)
oil 2:- 5 tablespoons of mustard oil + 1 big gooseberry roughly chopped + 1tsp of fenugreek seeds. first boil only the oil in low flame for 1 minute. then add the mix and boil till it is brown in medium flame. After that turn off the flame and close with lid till the oil is luke warm. strain it with a strainer and apply it when it's warm then wash after 2 hours or overnight.
Mane ‘n Tail it is for people but also they use it on the manes of horses they make a shampoo and conditioner and I just use the conditioner as a leave in. It will make your hair grow like crazy my hair is to my waist.
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3. Release and exit of innovation initiatives.
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