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Proper Way To Wash Hair

Most people wash their hair the wrong way, so I decided to write about the best way to wash natural hair or African hair because I got it wrong previously. Washing your natural hair correctly is important because clean hair and scalp aid hair growth. First, you need a gentle shampoo, a moisturizing/protein deep conditioner, leave-in conditioner, a wide-tooth comb, and a smooth towel.

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Benefits Of Moringa 

Moringa powder is gotten from the dried leaves of the moringa plant. It’s necessary to differentiate between the benefits of the leaves, seeds, flowers and powder. Although from the same tree, they have their uses. The leaves, which the powder comes from is the most nutritious part of the plant.

Moringa powder is a rich source of many nutrients like Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Vitamin D and Vitamin E. In fact, they have many more vitamins than the richest sources such as carrots, oranges and milk.

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The Beauty Of African Threading For Hair Growth

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African threading is an ancient West African hairstyle. It has been used for years by West African women as a means of protecting and beautifying the hair. Recently especially in the last two decades, the use of African threading has declined, as more foreign hairdos have been introduced. If done correctly, African threading offers many benefits.

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Science of Hair Growth

Hair grows from the follicle, or root, underneath the skin. The hair is ‘fed’ by blood vessels at the base of the follicle, which gives it the nourishment it needs to grow. Between starting to grow and falling out years later, each hair passes through four stages: anagen, catagen, telogen and exogen. Every hair is at a different stage of the growth cycle.

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