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The quality of hair can be helped by vitamin suppliments, then to maintain it, you have to use a good moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. Keep clear of flat irons. If you must straighten your hair, try to use a round bruch with a blow drier. Its less damaging.
To help it grow FASTER, use any kind of energizing, invigorating, "tee Trea" type product to wash your hair. I use the Paul Mitchel Tea tree shampoo and conditioner, but Back to basics also has an energizing shampoo and conditioner. Anything that gives your scap a tingle will do the trick. What you want to do is stimulate and increase blood flow in the scalp, which will encourage the follicles to work harder and faster. I letterally went from hair above my shoulder to what I have now in about 7 months time. Thats an inch a month!
Story of my life! I read a lot of stuff online and found info about Nioxin
|(of course around 4 months PP you start making up for lost time, and a whole lot of shedding goes on and suddenly you go back to normal.)|
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