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Make hair grow fast for less than $20

Updated on July 8, 2011

Make Hair Grow Faster & Make Hair Grow Thicker

make your hair grow faster
make your hair grow faster

Make your hair grow fast for cheap

No matter where you live, what color you are or how much money you have you can make your hair grow faster & thicker immediately! In this Hub I'll show you how to do this as well as a few bonus tips that I have in my hair growing collection.

To get started we'll need to assess your current hair, what shape is it in? How often do you wash it? How much do you brush it? Keep these things in mind as they may likely need to be changed over the course of reading this hub, this will be due to the correct information you'll receive as well as the knowledge you'll learn from me.

About Hair Growing Products

For the most part there are several hair growth products out there that make a whole bunch of claims, such as: "make your hair grow super fast" "grow hair overnight", etc etc.

In reality some of these products may actually work, while others might not work at all or may be bad for your hair. Truth is you need to be keen as to not only what you purchase but also what you put in your hair. Not everything is good for you.

Guaranteed Ingredients That Work

Through nature you are able to grow hair faster naturally, here are a make up of vitamins that will naturally make hair grow fast

  • B2 (Riboflavin)
  • B3 (Niacin)
  • B6 (Pyridoxine)
  • B6 (Folic Adid)
  • B12 (Cyanocobalmin)
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese

All of these vitamins will help the blood flow (circulation) and also transport oxygen to the hair follicles, thus, boosting your hair's growing speed.

Techniques to boost hair growth

There are certain things that can entice hair to grow faster

  • Brushing your hair with a boar bristle brush daily, this will massage your hair & scalp, increase the blood flow as well as feel good on your head.
  • Playing in your hair can help do the above and also feels good on the scalp.
  • Don't over wash your hair, this can lead to dryness which can cause dandruff as well as stunt your hair growth from the dryness.

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