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How to make hair thicker

August 29, 2023 2 min read

Hair topper to add volume to hair

Thicker hair and bouncy healthy hair is a dream of every one there are certain all natural ways to get your hair texture thicker.

  1. Healthy Diet: Diet is very important to be balanced and healthy and avoiding eating junk food , a balanced diet rich in protein, vitamins (especially Biotin, Vitamin A, Vitamin E), and minerals (like zinc and iron) that support hair growth adding a hand full of nuts and 2 to 3 servings of extra vegetables in a day . Starting a regular daily multivitamin tablet every day helps.

  2. Scalp Health: Keep your scalp clean and well-nourished. Use a gentle shampoo and conditioner suitable for your hair type and avoid harsh chemicals. Make sure you add a thickening conditioner while hair is still wet . You can try applying rice water to hair before shampooing leaving it on for about 10 minutes before applying a milder shampoo helps thickens hair.

  3. Regular Trims: Getting regular trims  and hair cuts every 2 to 3 months  helps prevent split ends and breakage, promoting healthier-looking hair.

  4. Avoid Overstyling: Excessive heat, chemical treatments, and tight hairstyles can damage hair. Give your hair breaks from these stressors.

  5. Hair Care Routine: Use products that are suitable for your hair type like always looks for hydrating treatments for your hair. Avoid excessive brushing when hair is wet, as it's more prone to breakage.

  6. Stay Hydrated: Drinking enough water is important for overall hair health.

  7. Supplements: Consult a healthcare professional before taking any supplements, but biotin, collagen, and omega-3 fatty acids are often considered beneficial for hair health.

  8. Manage Stress: High stress levels can contribute to hair thinning. Practice stress management techniques like meditation, yoga, or deep breathing.

  9. Sleep Well: Getting enough rest allows your body to repair and regenerate, benefiting your hair as well.

  10. Medical Conditions: If you're concerned about hair thinning, consult a dermatologist or healthcare provider to rule out any underlying medical conditions that might be causing it.

Remember, results take time and consistency. What works for one person might not work the same for another, so it's important to find what suits your individual needs.