How to Naturally Grow Your Hair Faster

How to Naturally Grow Your Hair Faster

After a series of bad haircuts, I decided it was time to learn how to make my hair grow faster. It’s frustrating enough having to live with thin hair, but to throw a bad haircut on top of that was the last string. My goal was to find a way to thicken my hair and at the same time make it grow faster. It took me some time, but eventually, I found some great ways to achieve this.

Natural Hair Oils…

One particular hair oil that has grown in popularity in recent years is Mira Oil. It’s is an Indian remedy for stopping hair loss and encouraging hair growth. Supposedly this remedy has been used for thousands of years in India. Mira is a natural oil that is used as a topical treatment for hair loss. You are supposed to apply the oil to your scalp and leave it on overnight. During which time the oil is absorbed into your skin and works to stop DHT from being produced.

Dihydrotestosterone, DHT, is the primary cause for pattern baldness. By stopping the production of DHT, the herbal oil prevents the loss of hair. Some of the other product claims include faster hair growth, the ability to make your hair thicker and healthier, and added shine.

When I decided to start learning about hair growth, Mira Oil was one of the first products I began researching. Based on the overwhelmingly positive reviews, I decided to give it a try. I admit I was a bit sceptical at first. My scepticism quickly went away though. After using it for several months, I did notice an improvement in both the health of my hair and in the rate of growth. I wouldn’t call it a miracle cure, but it does work much better than I expected. The fact that it is completely natural is also a major plus for this product.


Natural Home Remedies…

There are a few tricks to helping your hair grow faster. First off, you shouldn’t wash your hair too often. There are natural oils in your hair that are there for a reason. The oils keep your hair healthy and well hydrated. Be careful when you brush your hair. Often excessive brushing can damage your hair, which in turn makes it grow less. Be sure to use a high-quality brush made from boar’s hair and be gentle when you brush. Eat a proper diet with lots of protein. The vitamins and nutrients in your diet play a huge role in the health of your hair. Keep your body healthy and your hair will follow.



If you are suffering from any vitamin deficiencies, biotin in particular, then be sure to take dietary supplements to fill the void. Try to avoid stress as much as possible as well. Stress has been known to adversely affect otherwise healthy hair. Finally, make sure there is nothing else you are putting into your body that may affect the health of your hair. To better understand how your diet can affect the overall health of your hair, take a look at this article on improving the thickness of your hair.