Archive for September, 2010

Tips on Hair Growth

Tips on Hair Growth

| September 3, 2010 | 1 Comment

Hair grows on average half an inch a month. This can be enough for some. But if you have recently had a very bad haircut, this can mean having to disguise your hair by wearing a hat for at least three months. Do not despair. There are some things that you can do to increase […]

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Scalp Stimulation for Hair Growth

Scalp Stimulation for Hair Growth

| September 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

Many people claim that by stimulating your scalp you can cause your hair to grow a lot faster. But is this true? A huge number of scalp stimulation hair growth products are available on the hair care market. But do they promise the impossible? These include special hair growth brushes, combs and massaging devices. They […]

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Rapid Hair Growth Tips

Rapid Hair Growth Tips

| September 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

If you are after rapid hair growth tips this is what you should know: hair grows a lot faster if it’s healthy and not damaged, and hair needs a lot of proteins to grow. So, first things first, don’t damage your hair if you want it to grow fast. Your bodies will waist important elements […]

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Quick Hair Growth Tips

Quick Hair Growth Tips

| September 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

People’s hair can grow at different speeds. This is a fact related to their diet, habits and to their genetic heritance. Whatever people eat, the body takes for supplies and for functioning. So, in a poor diet, the body can barely support itself, and will not give many vitamins to the hair, thus providing a […]

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Connection of Pregnancy Hair Growth

Connection of Pregnancy Hair Growth

| September 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

Pregnancy affects hair growth in a number of ways. Many women experience a much higher rate of growth while pregnant and find their hair falls out a lot less. Pregnancy can also cause unexpected hair growth in areas of the body where hair does not normally grow. There are several reasons why pregnancy affects hair […]

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Connection Between Pregnancy and Hair Growth

| September 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

Pregnancy and hair growth are linked in several ways, mostly due to changes in hormones in a woman’s body while carrying a child. The female hormone estrogen is the main hormone known to cause differences in hair growth with women and men. But during pregnancy, women hold another advantage through the increased production of the […]

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Connection of Marijuana Hair Growth

Connection of Marijuana Hair Growth

| September 3, 2010 | 1 Comment

What are the facts about marijuana and its influence on your ability to grow hair? Marijuana smokers often report that when smoking frequently or at least 3 to 5 times a week that they notice their hair grows a lot faster than usual. But smoking pot can also have negative effects when it comes to […]

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Injections for Hair Growth

Injections for Hair Growth

| September 3, 2010 | 14 Comments

Many already know that they can increase hair growth by introducing proteins and vitamins to the body or by merely stimulating the scalp with beneficial substances. But another lesser known method involves receiving injections for hair growth. This method can either stimulate hair to grow faster or help to revive the hair follicles that are […]

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Vegetables for Hair Growth

Vegetables for Hair Growth

| September 2, 2010 | 0 Comments

Because vegetables contain a ton of vitamins and proteins, almost all of them can help with hair growth. But some are richer in what our hair needs to grow properly and can do this job better than others. Beans are a great source of B-complex Vitamins. And most dark green leaf vegetables are as well. […]

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Slow Hair Growth In Children

| September 2, 2010 | 0 Comments

Children can experience a slow hair growth especially when they are just a few months old. The main reason for slow hair growth in children is that the hair is being constantly replaced. The first hair that a child has is very thin. Once he get’s older the hair is replaced by a thicker hair […]

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