Fast hair growth

lbarnard93lbarnard93 Posts: 5Registered Users
What can I do to my 3c type hair to have it grow longer???

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  • Morgan_AdcockMorgan_Adcock Posts: 2,573Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    The best things you can do are to follow a balanced, healthy diet, and protect your hair from breakage.
    Peace,
    Morgan

    Baby Fine 3B, low porosity, normal density and elasticity
    CGing since July 2008
  • pinkwolfpinkwolf Posts: 430Registered Users Curl Novice
    I have yet to come across a miracle growth product. However, I have found eating healthier foods, taking multi-vitamins along with MSM has added fullness and thickness to my hair.
    HTH

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    Wash: BS/ACV, ABS, KC Come Clean
    Conditioner: Garnier WB Honey Treasures
    , Garnier WB Apple & Green Tea
    Pre-Poo: Oils & Honey Mix
    DC: Garnier WB Honey Treasures Mask, SM 10-N-1

    PT: Super Mayo Deep Conditioning Treatment
    Styler:
    KCCC
    Leave-In: KCKT
    Moisturizer:
    Whipped Shea Butter
    Oil/Sealant:
    EVCO, Jojoba
  • bringingcurliesback?bringingcurliesback? Posts: 1,308Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    When I liked my hair long I remember when I had hit boob length and I used biotin. My hair got to my rib cage in 3 months. This might work for you. Just be sure to take in lots of water so as biotin is a water soluble. Those that haven't have had bad acne reactions (lol experience).

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    LP: SM RSB
    CO/CW: CJ Daily Fix, GR Restorative, SM RSB, SM SFC
    DC: SM, CJ Rehab, G.Nutrafix, DIY
    LI: a CO, KCKT
    Sealers: an oil, JC N&S
    Stylers: just CO, CJ CIAB, KCCC, aloe gel, FSG
    Once in a while: ACV, Lemon-Aid

    Oils to seal, rinse, and/or pre-poo as needed :love10:

    2c/3a/3b coarse, normal porosity
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  • BluebloodBlueblood Posts: 1,748Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    If you have an iron deficiency, ferritin deficiency, vitamin D deficiency or hormone problems then you can have slow or no hair growth, and possibly hair loss.

    Iron and ferritin deficiencies are common in women of child bearing age.

    Vitamin D insufficiency is common in people who don't live in a year round warm climate or wear high factor sun block.

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