Simple & Natural Ways To Thicken Your Hair
You can’t change your hair texture. But you can make it look thicker, healthier and reduce hair loss.
We all want stronger, beautiful, healthy, and thick hair, don’t we? So many of us are willing to try everything we can to get a hair commercial hair — from popping supplements to get all masks we can put our hands on.
Since there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to hair health, you should first stop wasting money and time with products that might not be right for your hair type. However, there are a few tricks you can do to grow your hair longer and thicker. Here they are:
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This might sound obvious to so many people, but granda was right — we should eat our veggies. A whole food diet, packed with natural foods such as fruits and vegetables, is good for our overall health and hair health. Foods that will improve your hair health and you can include in your diet are eggs, olive oil, avocados, nuts, etc.
Use the Right Shampoo And Conditioner
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Another no-brainer tip that’s worth remembering. Different hair types require specific products that cater to their exact needs. For instance, those with fine hair should look for volume boost products. Coarse hairs, shampoo, and conditioner against frizz and give moisture.
Take Care Of Your Scalp
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Just like the gut, the scalp has its own microbiome of bacteria. In order to keep it healthy and to function well, we need to take care of it. Leave behind products that might alter the scalp’s pH balance, like thickening products that leave on your scalp a heavy residue and make hair look dull.
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Taking a multivitamin along with a hair supplement can make a big difference. Specific vitamins and minerals are essential for healthy hair follicle function and growth. Choose supplements that foster natural hair growth such as Nutrafol and Bosley.
Don’t Wash It Every Day
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Is there something more charming and beautiful than natural-looking hair? By over-washing your hair, you’re removing the natural oil instead of keeping it healthy. You don’t need to wash your hair every day, but you can regularly help distribute the natural oils by gently brushing it.