Growing Hair Longer

Tip 1: Trim
Keep hair healthy by trimming the ends every three months. This prevents ends from splitting and breakage, which can make it difficult to keep hair healthy enough to grow out and stay strong.

Tip 2: Protect with Moisture
As hair grows longer, it ages: on average, hair grows ½ inch a month, which makes the portion 10 inches down the shaft two years old. It’s important to treat long hair well to maintain moisture and strength in the ends by routinely using reconstructing and strengthening products. Give hair the strength it needs to grow long and strong with a conditioner such as Keraphix Conditioner. Use two or three times a week to fortify and protect strands while also repairing damage. Every two weeks, nourish your hair with a deep-conditioning, reconstructing product such as Emergencee Conditioning Treatment.

Tip 3: You Are What You Eat
The healthier you are, the stronger your hair will be. Be sure to eat a well-balanced and hair-and-skin healthy diet with lots of vitamin A, vitamin E, and amino acids. Fruits, nuts, fish, and green leafy vegetables are excellent sources for these vital nutrients.