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Yogurts for Rapid Hair Growth

by Kathryn Walsh
Eating an occasional cup of yogurt isn't going to make your hair grow at twice its normal rate, but eating yogurt regularly may help you keep your hair strong and healthy. In addition to giving slow-growing hair a boost, yogurt has other health benefits -- it's packed with calcium, and if you choose...
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    Homemade Hair Volumizers– 1 or 2 teaspoons epsom salt. Available at drugstores. – 1 or 2 generous squirts of hair gel. Make sure it’s water based, water should be one of the first ingredients. I used Pantene Volume Gel because it was on sale when I went looking, the original instructions used half Dove Shine & Define and half TIGI Creative Genius. – 4 ounces water. Combine in spray bottle, shake well. I had a B&b surf spray bottle left over, it has a nice misting thing going on.

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