Hair is a living organism. The more you feed it, the more it will grow. The less heat and chemical products you use on your hair, the better for your hair.
In recent years people have been enlisting more natural supplements to aid hair growth. The most popular being ‘Hairfinity’. Endorsed by The Kardashian sisters, and used by countless black girls around the world, the secret combination of herbal extracts aids the hair to growth 2-8 inches longer within 3months! You can check it out on Amzaon for reviews and independent sellers.
The key ingredient in hairfinity, which you can source as a single supplement and in oily fish foods duch as Salmon, peanuts and almond consumption is Biotin.
The B-Rich protein, also known as Vitamin B7 is a extremely useful for cell growth for both skin and hair. Taken daily, this vitamin can kick start hair growth for African hair.
Another suggestion is to wash your hair regularly. As children, we are told not to wash our hair often, and then as adults we wear weaves, wigs and extention and we’re lucky if we wash our hair once every 6 weeks.
Use hair conditioner to wash your hair, instead of shampoo. Most shampoos contain Sodium Laureth Sulfate which strip the hair of natural oil and break the hair. Use oil based conditioners to wash your hair, which strengthen the hair and add moisturiser.
Wrap your hair with a silk scarf – old advice but you’ll be surprised at how many people sleep with tights or nothing on their head.
Moisturise your hair with coconut oil, neem, rosemary and almond oils to assist in the hair growth process.