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Nikki paige

Hi I’m Nikki and I’ve tried rice water , constantly brushing, wearing a hat not wearing a hat many different shampoos and I can’t find anything that will make my hair grow long and healthy. Anyone got any tips or garented solutions?

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Susan R

Hi Nikki, Welcome to Transpulse. It’s a pleasure to have you here with us. As you know nothing is guaranteed except death and taxes but I swear by Biotin (Vitamin B7) for skin, hair, and nails. My wife bought some for me after a terrible haircut last year. She knew I needed to grow it out fast and it really did the trick. It has also improved my nails exponentially. Results are always individual but you might wanna give it a try and report back your results.

 

If you have a moment and feel up to the task, why not share a bit about you and what brought you to our doorstep. I’m sure you have an interesting story as many here do. No pressure just whenever you’re ready.

 

Warmest Regards,

Susan R🌷

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Mx.Drago

Neem oil, coconut oil, aloe leaf jelly, garlic oil, or onion juice. Was losing a bit much in the front from rubbing and pulling hair back.

Coconut and aloe is the best but neem oil can be added but becareful tis a strong sustance. I'd see a specialist, before hand and weigh your options, also a dietitian can help you create a diet to providing those materials to get that hair growing in. Unless you lost the hair growth completely, but their are ways.

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