• Thursday, 28 November 2013

    How To Grow Your Hair Quicker 2

    Wowee, the response from 'How to Grow Your Hair Quicker with New Shampoo' was one of my most viewed posts! So to feed all of your hungry minds and follicles, I have decided to do a version 2! But firstly, I like to apologise for not blogging in the last week, *slapped wrists*. Last week was a crazy one, but all will be revealed soon so stay tuned!

    Pamper your Hair

    This may seem obvious, but the amount of people that neglect their hair through harsh chemicals and heat is astonishing (don't worry I am guilty too!). No one can achieve long hair without keeping it in good condition, just by using the correct products and getting it trimmed once in a while can make all the difference. Hair ideally needs to be treated with keratin or protein based products which will inevitably cause the hair to become much stronger. 90% of your hair approximately contains keratin, so using anything with it in will only add life back into your locks. Recently I have been using Nism's F.A.S.T shampoo and conditioner and REDKEN 'Extreme Anti-Snap' leave in treatment. F.A.S.T shampoo and conditioner contains a special blend of natural herbs and essential amino acids giving your hair that intensive burst of vitamins and nutrients. The product contains Jenoris pistachio oil which will help to rehabilitate hair fibres which will prevent split ends. Once in a while I will then use REDKEN's anti-snap leave in treatment which contains a high concentration of protein which helps to fortify weakened areas. I highly recommended these products!! 

    Top Tip: Why not massage your scalp once in a while? This will enhance circulation which will help stimulate hair growth.

    Mint Products

    Not only is mint shampoo good for treating lice, but for hair growth too! Mint helps to stimulate blood flow to the scalp which will inevitably enhance production in the hair follicle. In addition, its antiseptic properties will also help to relieve itchy scalps and dandruff too. In general, mint shampoo is extremely affordable being sold in most supermarkets and drug stores. I personally like to use Rehab by LUSH Cosmetics as it also contains lemon and seaweed which also helps to strengthen and nourish the cuticle.

    100ml £5.25, 250ml £10.45, 500ml £16.75

    Origins 'Clear Head' mint shampoo is extremely good too! It is currently priced at £12.60.

    Cinnamon Products

    Cinnamon, cinnamon, CINNNAMON! How festive is this? 'New' shampoo bar by LUSH Cosmetics featured in my last hair growth post! To check out this review then please click here.

    £5.50

    Have you used any hair growth products before?

    Much Love
    Eltoria x


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