I know this sounds like a weird question, but how do make your hair grow faster?

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  1. J*Parker99 profile image56
    J*Parker99posted 8 years ago

    I know this sounds like a weird question, but how do make your hair grow faster???
    -J*Parker99

    beauty

  2. wychic profile image87
    wychicposted 8 years ago

    Drink lots of water, take supplements that include biotin (supplements specially formulated for hair, skin, and nails have extra biotin if you don't want to take an extra pill after a multivitamin), and do regular scalp massages. The oil that will work best for your massages depends partly on your hair type, though it should include an astringent oil, such as tea tree or lavender, for stimulation cut by a moisturizing oil such as jojoba or extra virgin olive. Other than that, it just takes healthy hair care to limit breakage.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Starting-on-the … althy-Hair

  3. Ask_DJ_Lyons profile image81
    Ask_DJ_Lyonsposted 7 years ago

    Hi from DJ Lyons, You may want to check out my blog that answers your question. http://hubpages.com/hub/four-tips-to-he … nd-thicker

    In short, you can try a specially-made shampoo kit, rub Rosemary Oil into your scalp, take Biotin and Vitamin B12. I hope this helps!

    Best wishes to you,
    DJ Lyons

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    Bill Seemillerposted 6 years ago

    JParker,

    Honestly, you really can't make your hair grow much faster than it already does naturally - which is typically around 1/2 inch per month depending on the individual. 

    There's some discussion about whether MSM (methyl sulfonyl methane) can speed up the process, but I'm not real convinced it does.  But ultimately, keeping a balanced diet and keeping your body healthy through exercise is the best way to promote a healthy scalp and hair, which includes providing your scalp with the best chance of optimal and speedy hair growth.

    Best wishes,

    Bill

  5. Rosana Modugno profile image83
    Rosana Modugnoposted 6 years ago

    Biotin works for me.  Also trim your ends at least every 6 weeks to keep split ends away.  Once the ends of the hair start breaking off, (you'll notice more loss of hair in the shower or there's more hair on your brush now), it starts moving up the hair shaft and keeps breaking, stopping your hair from achieving length.

    Also make sure you drink plenty of liquids and eat a well balanced diet with lots of foods in B12, Iron and Omega, such as:

    Liver
    Salmon
    Broccoli
    Spinach

    Also make sure your hair is always hydrated, so use sulfate free conditioners, and always use an after leave-in conditioner, applying more to the ends.  Stop wearing pony tails if you can help it and lighten up on the HOT air when blow drying.  Anything that will dry your hair, will break your hair, causing damage, that won't help it grow. 

    Finally, if you color your hair, use semi-permanents instead of permanents, if you can help it.  If you have to use permanent with ammonia, invest in conditioners and leave-ins.

 
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