Interesting Facts About Natural Hair Care

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To be healthy, hair needs proper vitamins and minerals. Natural hair care products have become common for both external and internal use. In addition, they have fewer ability of causing over-treatment and they rarely harm your hair.

Using the appropriate hair care and beauty products is essential for the look and healthiness of your hair. But, the problem with natural hair care products is that you may find it challenging to choose one that is appropriate for you and your hair. Most of the products existing in the market today, bear a “Natural” label, whether real or fake making it harder to get a high-quality natural hair care product.

There are four types of hair care products. The four basic natural hair care products are: Hair cleansing products, hair conditioners, hair remedies and hair nutrition products.

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What Are Natural Hair Care Products?
You may find lot of hair care products not all natural. Products offered in salons and over store counters are never 100% natural, because, for better results and conservation issues, they need to contain a particular amount of artificial ingredients. The artificial products can also provide better foaming, cleaning and emulsifying than 100% natural products. However, you can prepare various home made hair care products that are definitely natural.

You probably saw some organic hair growth products and equaled that with natural hair growth products. However, they are something else. Organic does not mean natural. You can make organic products synthetically and those products are not always safe, gentle and effectual.

Some Natural Hair Care Products.
Nettle Root Extract: It has been used for centuries for shampoo and hair tonics. People also used it as a spring tonic, after a dark winter with no greens.
Saw Palmetto Extract: It appears to possess 5-?-reductase inhibitory activity (thereby preventing the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone). Some beleive that it may help promote hair growth.

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