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Lots of fruit 8 glasses of water a day 15-20 min scalp massage every day Exercise! Wash hair every 3 days (or other day) Use a hair growth product Vitamins! Hair mask every 3-4 weeks Get a lot of sleep Use a boar bristle brush to brush hair Eliminate or cut back on smoking, caffeine and carbonated sodas which weaken the body and block maximum hair growing potential. Eat a healthy diet. Avoid foods that are high in sugar or fat.
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Unformatted text preview: • Avoid any unnecessary brushing, combing or handling. • Avoid use of hot water, hot blow dryers or other hair care tools that may stress the hair. • Do a series of ongoing hot oil treatments to protect the hair's shaft. • Have regular trims to eliminate split ends and allow the hair to look and feel healthier • Vitamins E and D • Meat, eggs, soy...
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