How to grow your baby hairs

How to grow your baby hairs
Full baby hairs on the edges of your hair are known to add to your beauty. Here are some effective ways to grow your baby hairs. 1. Massage: massage is a very easy yet efficient way to grow your baby hairs. Massage the edges of your hair once a day for five minutes for best results 2. Vitamin E: Vitamin E is an antioxidant which helps prevent infections and fungus and promotes healthy hair growth. Using vitamin E facilitates hair growth by 35%. Apply vitamin E on the edges of your hair for full baby hair. 3. Oil on toothbrush: dip your toothbrush in a little amount of oil and brush lightly on the hair around your edges for a few minutes daily. This will activate the cells on that area. 4. Onion water: peel an onion and extract the water by using a juicer. Apply the water on hair roots, leave for 30 minutes and rinse. Do this 3 times a month for a full baby hair. 5. Castor oil: Castor oil fights infections and fungus. Warm some amount of castor oil and use your fingers to apply the oil into the roots of your hair and massage. Rinse after 30 minutes. Do this once a week. 6. Shaving: this is recommended especially for women with damaged baby hair. shaving helps new hair to grow thickly. Shave twice in one month’s difference. Use oil and massage to restore and grow your damaged baby hairs. 7. Aloe vera gel: aloe vera gel fights fungus and bacteria. Cut one leaf of Aloe vera and squeeze out the gel. Apply on the edge of your hair and rinse after 3 minutes. Do this 2 times a week for best results.


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