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  • Amandau
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    My long and strong hair is due to genetics and, of course, what I eat.

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  • Kabera Global
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    Nice point mentioned regarding hair removal. Which would help to everyone facing hair loss issues.

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  • panchkarma27
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    Even though you condition your hair after every wash, nothing quite works as good as deep conditioning. Every once in a while wash your hair with shampoo, squeeze out the extra water and towel dry it. Then take generous amounts of conditioner and apply it right to the root of your hair.

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  • Jane Black
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    I know that burdock root oil extract helps to reduce hair loss. I put it on the hair roots and wash off after 20 minutes. I also take special supplements. They are cool! My hair condition has improved notably.

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  • Popcorn&Candy
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    Oils are definitely very good for the hair. There are many types of oil - coconut, argan, etc. - so do shop around. Once a week is enough to keep the hair soft & shiny. Many haircare brands have products with oils in. Do shop around.

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  • sarahanry
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    use coconut oil......

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  • nagpurayurveda
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    There are many ways to control hair fall.But the best way I think ayurveda oil is very effective for to control hair fall.

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  • sarahanry
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    i use coconut oil and olive oil.

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  • nagpurayurveda
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    This is common problem to all.But it should control by proper care of hair.

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  • Popcorn&Candy
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    I wash my hair daily and have been advised to gently brush my hair, as to not suffer hairloss. I have greasy hair, so have no choice as to wash it every day. Anyhow, good tips!

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  • EthanMitchel
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    Thank you! Now i can care properly about my hair!

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  • krishten001
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    Thank you for the information. It's very helpful. I will try them once and see about the changes.

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  • Rahul123
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    I would like to share my own experience. Few months ago, I was suffering for hair fall and someone suggest me to apply aloe vera on your hair. I am totally surprised with the results. It really works for me . Now I have healthy and long hair.

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  • smith513
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    Wow, thanks.. I am really into my hair and I would love to try these all. I have been using hair care solutions from and I would love to try natural remedies too.

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  • Popcorn&Candy
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    I love using cocoa butter. It smells so lovely. I use a cocoa butter hand cream and it's gorgeous. Anyhow, great tips for lush hair!

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