How to grow natural hair fast using CHI Argan Oil with Moringa, after a big CHOP.
As you can see, I’ve cut my hair. I have a couple of reasons why I cut my hair but the main reason why I cut my hair is because I got tired of relaxing my hair. For the past 10 plus years, all I have done to my hair is, every two months or so, I sit in a salon and I put myself through the torture of burning my scalp, which would result in more burning, two months later, which would lead to dry and damaged, uneven hair. I know that curly hair might not grow as fast but it’s been two weeks now and I’ve seen some growth. So here is how to grow natural hair fast.
One the biggest motivator of Cutting my hair and starting a journey to natural and healthy hair growth and acquire knowledge on how to grow natural hair fast was the fact that there are so many products out there for natural girls and I’ve been blessed with constantly receiving hair products from premium companies, for natural hair care and growth i.e Glamit.co.za. Glamit is one of the online stores that have sent me awesome natural hair products for growing natural hair fast, keeping it moisturized, shiny and simply better hair care.
My hair has been growing fast, because of the hair care products I’ve been using but also because of the big chop. Trimmed hair stimulates growth. It’s true that frequent trims can make hair look healthier, particularly if the chops eliminate split ends that may in fact be impeding growth. But if you want long hair, it’s better to prevent those split ends in the first place by avoiding heat and over styling. The hair care products I’ve been using daily can be purchased on glamit.co.za and they are good for you if you want to embark on a natural hair journey or you just want to grow natural hair fast or you are looking for something different to enrich, care and grow your hair.
There are so many articles on black hair growth because afro hair ‘doesn’t grow as fast’, which leads to questions. Why does black hair not grow fast? Science has revealed, that black hair tends to be more dry and brittle, and that can cause it to fall out and/or break off. But fortunately, there is a solution, and it’s based on a scientific fact, so many overlook…iron. FUN FACT: Yes, iron! Iron deficiency, is one of the most prevalent of all vitamin deficiencies amongst the human population. And it is extremely prevalent, amongst women of African descent. “Ahhaaaa”, you say?
The challenge is, retaining the hair you grow. A black woman’s hair is always “starting over,” so to speak, due to dryness, breakage, and excessive shedding, therefore leaving us dependent on hair purchased from our European, and Indian counterparts, to fulfill our “long hair” fantasy. Sometimes genes can create an environment where hair won’t grow because of our genetic makeup but sometimes its just lack of moisture, vitamins and poor health. For moisture, CHI Argan Oil plus moringa oil can help with that but keeping healthy, is all up to you.
Where there is a will, there is a way. Something you can do to prevent, hair breakage, shedding and dryness to promote hair growth is to obviously, keep it supple and moisturized. CHI Argan Oil plus Moringa CHI Argan oil is a lightweight, quick absorbing blend of Argan and moringa oil, specially formulated to rejuvenate and moisturize dull, damaged hair while adding incredible shine and movement. This unique oil blend also serves as a natural protecting agent against damage from thermal styling and UV rays.
Now, you might ask yourself, what has CHI Argan Oil plus moringa done for black women or women with Curly hair… Well, The Argan Oil Plus Moringa Oil serum can be used on damp or dry hair to add shine and moisture as well as heat protection… When used as a system (The Whole CHI Argan Oil plus Moringa Oil) this line of products will help moisturize the hair and seal the cuticle to fight frizz
As I said before, my relaxed hair couldn’t grow beyond a certain point, which annoyed me because I was ‘stretching’ it every two or so months with relaxers, and in a world where weaves, wigs, extensions, clip ins, you name it, have become the norm amongst black women it just seemed so much easier to get a quick fix other than patiently wait for my hair to grow. I’m so over putting chemical in my hair and honestly don’t think I will ever ‘relax’ my hair again. I will however still wear wigs, time and again, and weaves, if I must, but relaxing my hair??? No Bueno…
You can purchase your own hair care, hair growth products from Glamit HERE. Glamit doesn’t only sell hair care products for afro, or curly hair, just go on their website and search what hair care product best suits your needs.
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