HOW LONG CAN YOU REALLY GROW YOUR HAIR? (PART 2)
Women with curlier or highly textured hair don’t always make the most of their growing phase and therefore don’t actually know their terminal length. Age and ill health can also affect your growing cycle, however for most of us the problem lies with a poor nutrition and a less than perfect hair care regime.
Remember, you need to nourish and care for your hair for it to reach its true terminal length. This includes factoring important, but less readily available nutrients into your daily diet.
For example, MSM, a form of Sulfur, is already well-known for its joint health benefits and is the third largest nutrient found in the human body. It’s also a key component in your hair’s structure, and is essential for adequate keratin production by your hair follicles, and collagen production for general hair and skin health.
MSM has been shown to enhance the thickness and strength of hair, and is believed to naturally lengthen the growth (anagen) phase of your hairs natural cycle, before your hair enters the resting and shedding phases.
While MSM is found in almost all raw foods, it’s easily removed during cooking and processing. This is why it is included as part of the Hairsentials complex, giving you a measured source of this important hair and body nutrient.
As mentioned above, genetics can have an impact on your hair, however it is more commonly the bad hair practices we have learned from the women in our family that has the biggest impact.
The key is to break the bad habits, embrace a new hair care regime and maintain daily healthy hair nutrition to support your hair growth. By sticking to good hair care practices your hair growth goals are within reach.
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