Remember that commercial where a girl is complaining about her damaged hair but than she has a wonderful hair by using the advertised product?
Well, that is lye. Damaged hair is in fact dead. There is nothing to do to revive it, except to save the rest of the hair by cutting the split ends. Products that help hair growth work, but not all of them. Plus, the hair is stimulated to grow out of its normal rates. This means that the hair will be thinner, will fall off and will have a short life on your scalp.
This is why, dermatologists don’t recommend such products and if in fact very badly needed, a healthy fruit diet is necessary. This will provide the hair vitamins that it needs to grow fast.
Also hair grows much faster with products that have keratin as their basic component. Don’t expect a 24 hour growth because this will never happen. The process takes months to be noticeable and the shortest time too get a real result is one month since using the product. Some substances can become addictive for your hair and its best not to use such products, so consult with a specialist before getting any product for hair growth.
Lately, the best substance that helps hair grow is caffeine, but unfortunately it works best on men and rarely on women. Hair care products that contain this substance actually work, and the proven fact of that is a research conducted in 2007 with very positive results.
Fruits are also a great important part of hair grow. These contain vitamins that encourage hair to grow and you can either eat these fruits or place them on your hair as revitalizing masks.
In other words, nature provides a much rapid hair growth than chemicals or pills. For instance, some pills make all your hair grow, not just the one on your scalp. This is why is best to avoid such treatments. In stead, get a natural remedy from fruits and proteins (like eggs) that will help way better than a chemical substance.
Further more, hair that grows on the body or face due to pill usage is unlikely to disappear once the treatment is stopped.