I have very naturally curly and fizzy hair. I have always applied gel to my hair daily, to keep it under control.  I finally found a more natural way to tame my hair with Hair Whip.  It really does keep it nice and under control.  My hair is also dry, so the Hair Whip helps with moisturizing it as well. A little bit of this goes a long way.

Many factors are involved in losing the hair strength and harnessing the forte of progress. Such as internal and external. In internal factors, lack of proper diet and deficiency of essential nutrients might affect hair health and maybe a reason for hair loss. Whereas, the external factor might comprise an environment that is not supportive of hair growth. The polluted environment and the uncleaned water would also be a cause for hair loss or baldness. However, whichever the reason could be you are advised to be very vigilant for your health. I found a great supplement, check it out folexin customer reviews, it is a natural formula that supports hair regrowth and thickness of the hair. It basically improves scalp health and improvises the baldness into new and sturdier hair.

Hair Whip

Here is the recipe that I found:

1 tsp Raw Honey

½ tsp. Xantham Gum (you can buy it at a local health food store)

8 Tbs.-equals a half a cup Raw Shea butter (you can get this on Amazon)

2 tsp Carrier Oil (I used Sweet Almond Oil for its conditioning properties)

1 tsp Vitamin E Oil

2 tsp Argan Oil (Health food store)

6 Drops of Rosemary Essential Oil

6 Drops of Lavender Essential Oil

5 Drops of Cedarwood Essential Oil

Directions:  Melt first six indgredients in a double boiler, put it in the refridgerator until soft, then add your Essential Oils and whip with a mixer until fluffy.  It may take up to 10 minutes of whipping. Apply to wet hair.  They say that it can be applied to dry hair as well, I haven’t tried that though.  This is pretty awesome alternative to the chemicals that were in my store bought gel. Store in a 8oz container.

Rosemary, Lavender and Cedarwood are good for hair loss! Lavender smells good too!!


Stephanie Harrouff

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