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Pro Tips From Argan Rain

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Do you want  long, gorgeous locks? These tips really work, so try and watch grow in your hair!

Wash your hair less

Rather, would be my biggest mistake along with the misconception that you need to wash hair every day. Actually, the exact opposite; The more you suds, the more you strip your hair of essential oils it needs to stay healthy and hydrated. Only wash your hair 2-3 times a week, and not feel weird about-you’re doing your hair a big favor! Remember, less is more.

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Brush your hair every day

Daily brushing helps remove dust, dirt and loose scales, as well as stimulates blood flow and distributes sebum (oily substance that lubricates and protects the skin) along the hair shaft. You need brushing once in the morning and once before bedtime. But not of a brush to be used on wet hair-in instead make use of a wide-toothed comb and start at the ends, to work on the roots gently.

What you eat and drink business

Superfoods for hair drink lots of water, eat lots of lean protein, especially salmon (rich in omega-3 and vitamin D), walnuts (vitamin E), eggs (Iron helps carry oxygen to hair follicles) and spinach (iron , beta carotene and folic acid). Honorable mentions: sweet potatoes, blueberries, and yogurt.

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Use Argan Rain Oil treatment once a week

Argan Rain Argan oil treatment to your hair is like heaven. Read all about this pre-wash treatment at: www.arganrain.net and how it can transform her seriously.

Stimulate your scalp

Never underestimate the power of a scalp massage. Scalp stimulation encourages spend the hair growth nutrients to the hair follicles (which hair grows). You can stimulate your scalp by every time you wash your hair every night before going to bed massage your scalp, or by brushing. Do it at least once or twice per day.

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HOW TO HAVE HEALTH HAIR

If your hair is dull, frayed, or damaged from the use of dyes and chemicals, you can start right now to get healthier hair. Using healthy washing and styling habits, avoiding harsh hair treatments, and eating a nourishing diet will have your hair looking healthy again in no time.

Method 1 of 3: Using Healthy Washing and Styling Habits

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Change your washing routine. Do you wash your hair every single day? This can really dry it out, since you’re washing away the oils your scalp produces to keep your hair shiny and healthy. Washing every day can also lead to oily hair, since stripping your hair of its oils causes your oil glands to go into overdrive. Try this routine instead:
  • Wash your hair just three or four times a week. Giving your hair a break in between washings will restore its balance. It might be a little oily for the first week or so, but your hair will soon look more healthy and vibrant than ever.
  • Wash your hair with cold water. Washing with hot water is hard on your hair and can lead to split ends and frizz. Washing with cold water helps your hair shaft close, resulting in shiny, bouncy hair.

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Handle your hair gently. Think of your hair like your best silk dress. After hand washing it, would you ball it up and wring it out? No, that would destroy its shape and fibers. Your hair is similarly fragile and needs to be treated with care to stay healthy.

  • After washing your hair, gently pat it dry with a towel instead of wringing it out. Let it finish air drying.
  • Use a comb instead of a brush. Forcing a brush through tangled hair can cause it to rip and break. Use a wide-toothed comb to gently work through the tangles.

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Use heat styling devices sparingly. Put away your hair dryer, straightener, curling iron, and hot rollers unless you have a special occasion at hand. Applying heat to your hair can damage it, so it’s best to let your hair air dry instead.

  • If you want to use the blow dryer sometimes, use it on a cool setting.
  • When you do use heat styling devices, be sure to put a protective serum in your hair beforehand.

Method 2 of 3: Using Healthy Products and Avoiding Damaging Treatments

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Use natural hair care products. Commercial hair care products promise great results, but they often contain ingredients that can dry out your hair and leave it looking limp and dull. You’ll probably notice a difference right away if you switch to products made with herbs, oils, and creams made that nourish hair.
  • Most shampoos are made with strong cleansers called sulfates that strip the natural oils from your hair and cause it to get frizzy and frayed. Choose a shampoo made with cleansing herbs and oils instead. Check out a natural foods store for options.
  • Conditioners made with aloe, coconut oil, shea butter and other pure substances add moisture to your hair and keep it looking healthy and fresh.
  • Avoid using styling products that contain a lot of chemicals with names you can barely pronounce. You can make your own hair gel and hair spray instead of using the store-bought kind.
  1. Try to stay away from dyes and other permanent treatments. The chemicals in dye, bleach, Brazilian blowouts, chemical straighteners and chemical curlers can do a lot of damage if you use them too often.

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Give your hair oil treatments.. To restore your hair’s softness and shine, apply oil to your roots, shaft and especially tips a couple times a week. You can use oil in place of conditioner or after your hair is already dry. Once every few weeks, give yourself a deep conditioning treatment as follows:

  • Massage olive oil or almond oil into your hair.
  • Cover your hair with a shower cap or plastic wrap.
  • Let the oil sit in your hair for 2 hours or overnight.
  • Rinse it out with cool water until the water runs clear, then shampoo and condition as normal.
Method 3 of 3: Making Healthy Lifestyle Changes
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Eat nutrients that nourish your hair. A well-balanced diet with plenty of protein, vitamin B, iron, and omega-3s helps your hair stay as thick and healthy as possible.

  • Vitamin B keeps hair thick and strong. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables and nuts to get enough vitamin B.
  • Eat beef, chicken, pork, fish and leafy greens like kale and spinach to get iron and protein.
  • Salmon, walnuts, and avocados are excellent sources of omega-3s, which help your hair stay shiny and healthy.
  • You can supplement your diet with vitamins designed to make hair stronger. Try prenatal vitamins, which contain a mix of ingredients that lead to great hair, nails and skin.

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Protect your hair from the elements. Just as you would protect your skin from sun, wind, and cold temperatures, you need to protect your hair as well. If you don’t, it will dry out and become brittle over time.
  • When the sun is strong, wear a hat or scarf over your hair to protect it from getting too fried.
  • Don’t go outside during the winter with wet hair. When your hair freezes it can get brittle and frayed.
  • You should also protect your hair from chemicals. Don’t expose your hair to chlorine too often. When you go swimming, wear a swim cap.

Get your hair trimmed often. As soon as your ends begin to split, go to the salon and get a trim. Keeping your hair trimmed will make sure the ends don’t split very far up the shaft. Your hair will be less likely to break, and it will look healthy and full of life.


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For Healthy Hair

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Start With Proper Nutrition
This is probably the single most important factor to having healthy hair. Just like any part of
the body, the hair needs certain nutrients in certain amounts to be healthy. The problem is that
the average person`s diet doesn`t supply all of these nutrients in the proper amounts. There are
many ways to increase your vitamin intake – eat dark vegetables, nuts, whole grains and pure
oils. Or try a hair vitamin. Look for products with essential oils like vitamins E and A, flax
seed and borage oils, argan oil.My choice is http://www.arganrain.net  Be sure your hair vitamin also includes significant amounts of B6, B12, Niacin, Biotin, pantothenic acid and folic acid –
the elements found in healthy hair. Be sure any products you use inside or outside are formulated for relaxed or chemically treated hair.
Be Sure Your Hair Is Properly Moisturized
Dry hair is unhealthy and can lead to problems like split ends. Some people are lucky enough not to have dry hair naturally, but they are in the minority. Look for products that contain jojoba
oil. Adding Argan Oil to your skin cream can help improve skin tone. It is a natural emollient,
making the skin softer, cleaner, and all around healthier. These properties make it ideal for use on the scalp to clear away build-up that can inhibit healthy hair growth. In addition to helping
relieve dry, itchy, and flaky scalp, argan oil can also nourish and condition hair follicles,
thus preventing or repairing damaged hair.
Keep Your Scalp Clean
Having a clean scalp is essential to healthy hair growth. Over time sebum can build up in the
hair follicles which will stunt the growth of the hair and cause a “thinning” look. It`s
important to clean the scalp thoroughly to prevent this. Look for products that contain de-
ionized water, argan oil )which acts as a super moisturizer that infuses dry, brittle hair with
vibrant shine), Shou Wu extract, silk protein, calcium, vitamin E, vitamin B12, vitamin B6,
vitamin B2, folic acid, collagen and citric acid. These nutrients promote healthy, fast growing
hair and are reported to work together to simultaneously soften and strengthen hair. Again, be sure your product is formulated for not only relaxed, color treated, and braided hair, but for
natural hair as well. Again i would recommend you www.arganrain.net it really helps.
Avoid Harsh Chemicals
Unfortunately, chemical treatments like relaxers, curly perms, and coloring can cause damage to the hair. Relaxers can be particularly damaging because they work by bringing down the bonds that hold the hair together resulting in breakage. Use products that contain natural ingredients. These ingredients should be the first listed in an ingredient list on your product label.

 


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For Healthy Hair

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Start With Proper Nutrition
This is probably the single most important factor to having healthy hair. Just like any part of
the body, the hair needs certain nutrients in certain amounts to be healthy. The problem is that
the average person`s diet doesn`t supply all of these nutrients in the proper amounts. There are
many ways to increase your vitamin intake – eat dark vegetables, nuts, whole grains and pure
oils. Or try a hair vitamin. Look for products with essential oils like vitamins E and A, flax
seed and borage oils, argan oil.My choice is http://www.arganrain.net  Be sure your hair vitamin also includes significant amounts of B6, B12, Niacin, Biotin, pantothenic acid and folic acid –
the elements found in healthy hair. Be sure any products you use inside or outside are formulated for relaxed or chemically treated hair.
Be Sure Your Hair Is Properly Moisturized
Dry hair is unhealthy and can lead to problems like split ends. Some people are lucky enough not to have dry hair naturally, but they are in the minority. Look for products that contain jojoba
oil. Adding Argan Oil to your skin cream can help improve skin tone. It is a natural emollient,
making the skin softer, cleaner, and all around healthier. These properties make it ideal for use on the scalp to clear away build-up that can inhibit healthy hair growth. In addition to helping
relieve dry, itchy, and flaky scalp, argan oil can also nourish and condition hair follicles,
thus preventing or repairing damaged hair.
Keep Your Scalp Clean
Having a clean scalp is essential to healthy hair growth. Over time sebum can build up in the
hair follicles which will stunt the growth of the hair and cause a “thinning” look. It`s
important to clean the scalp thoroughly to prevent this. Look for products that contain de-
ionized water, argan oil )which acts as a super moisturizer that infuses dry, brittle hair with
vibrant shine), Shou Wu extract, silk protein, calcium, vitamin E, vitamin B12, vitamin B6,
vitamin B2, folic acid, collagen and citric acid. These nutrients promote healthy, fast growing
hair and are reported to work together to simultaneously soften and strengthen hair. Again, be sure your product is formulated for not only relaxed, color treated, and braided hair, but for
natural hair as well. Again i would recommend you www.arganrain.net it really helps.
Avoid Harsh Chemicals
Unfortunately, chemical treatments like relaxers, curly perms, and coloring can cause damage to the hair. Relaxers can be particularly damaging because they work by bringing down the bonds that hold the hair together resulting in breakage. Use products that contain natural ingredients. These ingredients should be the first listed in an ingredient list on your product label.

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Good advices, tips on reducing or stopping hair loss?

ImageGood advices, tips on reducing or stopping hair loss? I am only 20 and I recently started losing a lot of hair on my head. I need some advices and tips how to reduce the hair loss or stop it. Thanks.

ANSWER:

Drink 10-12 glasses of water daily and have a high protein diet with plenty of fruits, vegetables and dairy products. Since iron-deficiency anemia can also cause hair loss,make sure that you eat a well-balanced diet that includes a daily serving or two of iron-rich foods. Also you need to use shampoo in which contains no chemicals such as Sulphate, alcohol, dye and silicone or paraben. My favorite is ARGANRain organic argan oil shampoo it is very effective to fight hair loss. My shedding has stopped after a few wash. Check out http://www.arganrain.net

 


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Can your hair grow back thicker after you quit smoking and stop stressing out?

I used to have long thick hair and after some years after being under severe stress and smoking a couple of packs of ciggarettes a week my hair is thin, now. I wanted to know if after quiting smoking and the stress
stops if your hair can become thicker? Also, do diet soda’s cause hair loss? Thanks.

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The Truth About Hair Loss

 It is normal to shed hair every day and the truth is we loose between 100-125 hairs on any given day. Hair that is shed falls out at the end of growth cycle. At any given time 10% of our hair is in what is called a
“resting phase” and after 2-3 months resting, hair falls out and new hair grows in its place. Some people, however, experience more hair loss than is normal.

 As we get older, both men and women experience some hair loss. It’s a normal part of the aging process. Called Androgenetic Alopecia, it accounts for 95% of all hair loss. Androgentic Alopecia often runs in families and affects some people more than others. In men it is often referred to as Male Pattern Baldness.
It is characterized by a receding hair line and baldness on the top of head. Women, on the other hand, don’t go entirely bald even if their hair loss is severe. Instead, hair loss is spread out evenly over their entire scalp.

 Hormones play the dominant role when talking about Androgenetic Alopecia. Simple put, both men and women produce testosterone. Testosterone can be converted to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) with the aid of the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase. DHT shrinks hair follicles causing the membranes in the scalp to thicken, become inelastic and restrict blood flow. This causes the hair follicles to atrophy. As a result, when a hair does fall out, it is not replaced.

 Needless to say, men produce more testosterone than women and experience more hair loss.While Androgenetic Alopecia is the number one reason why individuals experience hair loss, it is not the only one. Medical conditions such as hypothyroidism, ringworm and fungal infections can cause hair loss. Certain medications such as blood thinners, gout medication, birth control pills and too much vitamin A can cause sudden or abnormal hair loss as can following a crash diet, sudden hormonal changes, chemotherapy and
radiation.

 Emotional stress, pregnancy, or surgery can also cause our hair to fall out and is usually not noticed until 3-4 months after the stressful event has taken place. Stress can cause a slowing of new hair growth because a
larger number of hair follicles enter into the resting phase and no new hair growth is experienced.

 Another way in which individuals experience hair loss is due to mechanical stressors on the hair and scalp. Wearing pigtails, cornrows or tight rollers that end up pulling on the hair can scar the scalp and cause
permanent hair loss. Hair products such as hot oil treatments and chemicals used for permanents can cause inflammation to the hair follicles which can also result in scarring and hair loss. The best and healthy way to product your hair is ARGAN oil and ARGANRain anti hair loss shampoo.

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