Donna's Cousin Sharing Helpful Tips for Hair Growth

Donna's Cousin Sharing Helpful Tips for Hair Growth

Hello there cousins! Having trouble growing your natural hair? Does everybody else seem to grow hair quicker compared to you? You're definitely not alone in your struggle. Many women and men have different hair textures that grow at different speeds. Some have hair that is even more inclined towards breakage and dryness, which totally impacts growth! It may seem hard, but we all can enjoy healthy hair growth. Our lovely cousin Arnita has put together a fun and simple list full of helpful tips for growing natural hair that you can try at home! With proper care, maintenance, and an excellent hair care routine, you can enjoy longer, stronger, natural hair. Here are some hair care tips to help you reach your hair growth goals:


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  • Blueberry01

    @Annette @Louise Hello! Have you tried an apple cider vinegar/aloe vera juice/water mix? Use 0.5 oz of ACV, 0.5 oz of water, and 3 oz in a 4 oz bottle. Spray on scalp or use an applicator bottle (it’s okay if it gets on your hair). Leave on for ONE hour, then rinse. Do this weekly.

    This rinse helped me regrow my edges and grow in a bald spot with healthier hair in about 2 – 3 months of weekly applications. It’s possible that you have a scalp fungus, which unfortunately spreads and causes breakage and thinning hair. The ACV will help get rid of that and the aloe will restore the health of your strands.

    If you’d like, do a patch test in an inconspicuous area of your head. Take pictures each week, then compare your hair over time.

    I pray this works for you both!


  • Annette McKoy

    I been using the products for 3 months now and my hair is getting thicker. I need some extreme help with my edges.


  • Louise

    My hair is really thin and I have a really bad breakage problem .. I really want healthier thicker hair but I don’t know what to do. I Stop using chemicals and I thought that would help . What is the best way to get natural hair to become healthy and thicker.


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