October 13, 2011

Mexican Beauty Tip for hair growth

Thinning hair is an issue faced by most women. Every woman desires to have thick, luscious locks and does shower lavish attention on it. That's why any recipe or potion that claims to promote hair growth stirs enough interest. Some recipes do work, while others do not but that doesn't stop us from experimenting with various ingredients and products. But in spite of  fussing over it so much, scalp hair doesn't quite respond well.
I often wonder why is it that hair in places like arms, legs, armpits or sometimes on the chin or upper lips grows abundantly even though you subject it to worst forms of torture (read waxing, tweezing, laser treatment etc.). The repeated hair-pulling action or traction aloepecia  caused by waxing, threading and tweezing is supposed to decelerate its growth but that never happens quickly. It's a sluggish process that might take several years for you to notice even an iota of difference. Even laser treatments, that claim to remove hair permanently aren't all that effective. After a few months or so, that is after one completes all the sittings (sessions), the hair does grow back - many who have undergone this treatment testify to this and are disappointed for having spent a bomb on this procedure only to get their hair back (pun intended). Looks like superfluous hair follicles are made of sterner stuff and don't budge easily.

You can compare unwanted hair to garden weeds that grow out of control whereas hair on your head are just like those rare herbs, dainty and delicate that don't grow easily.

hair care tips
Now coming to this DIY beauty tip from Mexico, that can work wonders on your hair. You have to finely chop one jalapeno pepper and marinate it in half a cup of vodka for several days. Then every night, you have to massage a small amount of this tonic into the scalp. Mexican women swear that it stimulates hair growth and prevents thinning of your tresses. So try it and see if it works for you!
Jalapeno pepper vodka
(Guest Post by Smitha)

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  1. Madhuri12:15 PM

    exercise and eating right is the key to everything
    eat lots of raw foods and vitamins.

  2. Karuna12:15 PM

    Oil is the best way to Grow ur hair
    Olive oil and coconut Oil

  3. Ananaya12:20 PM

    Good nutrition. Your body will sacrifice hair nails and skin health if you are malnourished.
    Take a multivitamin/multimineral supplement every day.Also take a biotin supplement daily.

  4. You can boil slowly gooseberry juice and cocnut oil slowly and then filter after the bubbles stop; this will help you in getting hair growth.

  5. Anonymous9:17 AM

    I was going to say scalp massage.I would suggest stimulating the scalp, by massaging when you wash your hair. make sure the ends are trimmed regularly to prevent split ends so your hair grows healthily.

  6. A terrific post!

  7. Savita11:42 AM

    I just came across your blog and wanted to drop you a note telling you how impressed I was with the information you have posted here.
    Keep up the great work, you are providing a great resource on the Internet here!

  8. wow, I had planned to get laser treatment, I didn't know that those were not effective at all! Thanks for the warning!!

  9. Bhargavi10:04 AM

    Regular massaging of the scalp with coconut oil and herbal application improves the circulation of blood to the scalp and promotes hair growth.

  10. Kaveri10:52 AM

    Beer is good for your hair, it's the yeast in the beer or wash your hair with vinegar.
    You're better off eating garlic and onions and not for hair and scalp applications.

  11. I've found the right products are the best way to take care of my hair. I use Nutress Hair products and they keep my hair so healthy. Me and my mom have different hair types and we can both use the products. They focus on healthy hair and sure do their job! Check them out.


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