After I lost my hair I’ve noticed it’s become thiner than I’m use to. So I wanted to do somethings different;y to my regiment that will promote hair thickening and growth. I stumbled on a concoctions of supplements to take as well as a new deep conditioner. And they’re listed below. 🙂
Vitamins and Supplements
I’m currently writing an article for Monday, May 13th about the different vitamins and supplements that are beneficial for hair growth. I’m slowly weaning myself into each supplement (in case I have a negative reaction). However, theses are the ones I’m currently taking and the price (rounded) I’ve paid for each.
Deep Conditioner, Eggs, Mayonnaise, and Honey
My mother’s used this recipe, without the honey, on my hair since I was a kid. Why? I have NO idea. I just remember sitting in the kitchen mad because I had to be slathered in this smelly and cold concoction.
I did some research and found that this recipe is amazing for hair growth and nourishment. Here’s the break down of each ingredient and what it does for the hair:
- Eggs: “Hair is composed of 70 percent keratin protein, so egg protein helps rebuild damaged hair by filling in weakened spots along the hair strand…” (Source. Livestrong.com)
- Mayonnaise: “Mayonnaise is made from eggs, oil and vinegar, all of which are recommended for use on hair. Eggs and oil fortify and moisturize dry hair, while vinegar is often used to give hair more body and bounce.” (Source. Livestrong.com)
- Honey: “Honey contains both fructose and glucose, natural sweeteners that nourish the hair. Honey also retains water and moisture, allowing it to hydrate hair while providing vitamins and minerals such as copper, iron, manganese, calcium, sodium, potassium, phosphorous and Vitamin B.” (Source. LiveStrong.com)
Deep Conditioner Price List
I’m going to estimate a little higher on the prices because I don’t remember the exact price and taxes vary state to state.
- A dozen of large eggs: Walmart, $3.00
- Organic Mayonnaise with Omega-3 and Flax Oil: Mom’s Organic Food Market, $7.00
- Pure Natural Honey: My mom said this was around $5.00
- Aloe Vera Juice: Walmart, $5.00
I’m going to be doing a full recipe and review on my Products and Review Page! And if you’d like to see the rest of the prices of my products click here.
I hope this helped. If you have any questions or concerns leave a comment below or message me here.
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Information Courtesy of Livestrong.com