Tylersville, Ohio

FAQs About African American Hair Growth January 30, 2017

Tylersville, West Chester
FAQs About African American Hair Growth , West Chester, Ohio

Your hair is one of your most beautiful and uniquely personal accessories. More than an aesthetic statement, it’s an extension of you and a reflection of your identity. The African American hair care experts at Treasured Locks understand this, and they’re committed to providing natural, high-quality hair care solutions to meet your every need. Below, their team answers some frequently asked questions about growing out black hair naturally.

4 African American Hair Growth Questions, Answered

1. I Have Coily Hair. Will It Still Grow?

African-American-Hair-CareBlack hair is delicate, and fine, coily hair is especially fragile. Coily hair requires extra attention, as it’s more susceptible to dryness and breakage. This is because it’s more difficult for the oils from your scalp to travel down coily hair strands. To achieve length, use reinforcing, moisturizing conditioners to help preserve your hair’s strength.

2. Is Long Hair Genetic?

If none of the women in your family have long hair, you may wonder if you’ll be able to achieve length for yourself. Genetics do play a role in hair length, but it is still possible to grow your hair long if you maintain a good hair care regimen.

3. If I Don’t Cut My Ends, Will That Help My Hair Grow Longer?

Though it may seem counter-intuitive to trim your hair if you’re growing it out, snipping split ends is essential to achieving long, healthy hair. Split ends that are left untrimmed will accelerate damage to the hair shaft and impede growth.

4. What Are Some Black Hair Products That Promote Hair Growth?

Treasured Locks offers a variety of excellent African American hair care products, including growth serums, shampoos, and conditioners. They also carry a selection of high-quality natural hair growth vitamins and supplements. Some of their best-selling products include Treasured Locks H2G Awaken Emu Oil Shampoo and Conditioner, Treasured Locks H2G Hair Growth Serum, and Treasured Locks BioChooz Chewable Hair Vitamins. African Argan oil and shea butter also make fantastic deep-conditioning treatments. 

For more bi-racial and African American hair care tips, or to shop the Treasured Locks line of natural, affordable hair care products, visit their website or give them a call at (513) 759-2206. You can also stay up to date on product releases and promotions by following the company on Facebook or Twitter.

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