DIY: 7 simple tricks to make your hair grow faster

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When your scalp is healthy, so is your hair. DIY: 7 simple tricks to make your hair grow faster

DIY: 7 simple tricks to make your hair grow faster

# 1 Adopt conditioner
Use conditioner to replace the proteins and lipids that gradually diminish in the hair shaft, since you have been curling away your curls with your hair straightener every day since you were fourteen or you have been faking your blonde hair for years. Also advisable: downsize your washes with shampoo. Your hair needs natural oils. Still a shortage of fatty acids? Apply a hair mask once a week

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# 2 Massage your scalp
When your scalp is healthy, so is your hair. So not only take good care of your hair but also of your head. Massage your scalp in the shower, which is good for your blood circulation and beneficial for hair growth. Massage, please.

# 3 Wash your hair with cold water
Fact or fable? Fact! Coldwater on your head is good for your hair structure. Coldwater automatically “closes” your hair cuticles, making the hair look less dull and fluffy

# 4 DO NOT roll your hair in a towel
Everyone does it, even if it is just to take a picture for Instagram with such little glasses. But anyway, it is so bad for your hair. This prevents your hair from breathing.

# 5 Sleep on a silk pillowcase
Silk reduces the friction between your hair and what’s underneath. Friction causes damage to your hair, think of split ends and – worse – tangles

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# 6 Eat the right food
And drink enough water! Food that is full of vitamins and protein is best for your hair. Milk, cheese, eggs, chicken, salmon, avocado, and spinach are all conducive to hair growth. After all, you are what you eat and drink.

# 7 Use products with vitamins
To boost hair growth, you use products such as Hairfinity, Hairvitals, Foligain Hairloss Formula and/or Sugarbearhair. They work, but the extent to which varies per person. Try out!

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