4 Ingredients that will give you thicker hair

Some of us have hair so thick that we wish we could trade it in for a different mane. That would be nice, but it’s not realistic. This blog post happens to be for those that wish they had thicker hair. Thinning hair can be a result of heat damage, loss of moisture or even just passed down in your genes. No matter what the reason there are many all natural ingredients that you can add to your hair regimen to make your hair more thick and full. If you have experienced a loss of edges or thinning of the edges we recommend clicking the products tab and purchasing our Save The Edges Roll-On that is formulated specifically for the more sensitive edges around the perimeter of your hair. Giving special attention to those areas is the most effective way to regrow them to a natural state. Edges tend to respond to products differently than the rest of the hair shaft.

 

Coconut oil

 

Coconut oil is a medium weight oil that Is great for hydrating and giving a natural shine to your hair. If you combine 4 tbsp of coconut oil and 2 tbsp of lemon juice, massage to your scalp only and let it sit for about an hour you will be surprised at the results. Of course this hack will need to be consistently done once a week for a period of 30-60 days before you see visual results, but your hair and scalp will thank you for it later. Coconut oil also works will simply by melting it and applying it to your hair. Don’t use to much because it will occasionally dry and leave a residue.

 

Aloe Vera

 

We love aloe vera! It is great for so many things and especially loved by your hair. The best thing is that you can grow an aloe vera plant in your own home with little care. These plants only need lots of sun and small amounts of water. Simply rub the gel on the inside of the plant leaves to the scalp of your hair as a moisturizer. You can also by all natural aloe vera at your local grocery or hair store. (BE SURE IT IS ALL NATURAL)

 

Castor oil

 

We have all either heard of this or were forces to take it as a medicine when we were younger. Castor oil is a great sealant. Unlike aloe vera castor oil is used to seal in moisture and should be used in conjunction with another product. Take your favorite moisturizer and apply to your hair, afterward apply castor oil. Only a dab will do the trick. A little bit of castor oil goes a long way!

 

Olive oil

 

Not only great for cooking, but great for hair growth and scalp sealing as well. This oil is much lighter than any of the other three ingredients on this list. If your hair is very thin and easily weighed down you may want to start your hair thickening regimen with this. Apply olive oil to your scalp the day before wash day. You will need to rinse It out eventually and it is not best to leave it in like castor oil, or aloe vera gel.

Remember that consistency is vital when dealing with your hair. Hair does not grow or get thicker overnight. Always drink water and take your vitamins. These two steps in addition to nurturing in your hair care regimen will have your hair looking model type fabulous. We hope you enjoyed reading have a great day!