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10 Ways to Actually Make Your Hair Grow



There is no permanent solution for hair loss other than a hair restoration procedure. However, here are some things you can do to slow down and possibly reverse hair loss. If you're interested in restoring your hair permanently, tell us more about your hair loss and receive a quick quote.



There is no permanent solution for hair loss other than a hair restoration procedure. However, here are some things you can do to slow down and possibly reverse hair loss. If you’re interested in restoring your hair permanently, tell us more about your hair loss and receive a quick quote.

Scalp massage

Daily scalp massage increases hair thickness and subsequently makes hair follicles strong. Although hair rarely grows more than half an inch per month, the act of massaging the scalp makes a big difference in the sense that it encourages hair growth.

Eat a balanced diet

Hair, as part of the body, grows in response to good health. Deficiencies in vitamins and minerals can impair normal hair growth. Vitamin B complex rich foods are encouraged in people who desire to grow healthy and long hair.

Apply castor oil on hair

The use of castor oil on hair brings positive results mainly because castor oil is rich in vitamin E as well as essential fatty acids that are needed by the body for general growth.

Use herbal supplements

Individuals using complementary supplements like rosemary, nettle, or burdock can grow their hair very long. Herbal formulations infused into the scalp region stimulate the hair follicles to grow through many means including improved blood circulation.

Gentle Brushing

Brushing the growing hair encourages better circulation in the scalp and hence efficient delivery of nutrients and removal of waste products. Innate oils are best distributed across the hair shafts through brushing. Through brushing, knots and tangles are released to allow the hair to grow to their maximum potential.

Skip shampooing unless very necessary

Although shampoo is meant to wash off the grim that builds up on our hair, it can do more harm by removing natural oils from the hair. When shampoo is needed, gentle washing should be exercised to ensure that only the intended purpose is achieved.

Rinse hair with cold water

If you have long hair, try rinsing it in cold instead of warm water. The cold water is instrumental in preventing hair moisture loss and heat damage. Rinsing hair with cold water needs to be practiced consistently to make a difference.

Use silk pillows

A smooth silk surface reduces the friction that causes wear and tears at night when you are asleep. Protecting hair from friction and damage leads to better hair growth.

Give your hair a break

The hair needs time to grow, and therefore, refrain from constant washing and styling. Hair washing should be reduced to the minimum, and if possible, the use of heat protectants is advisable.