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How To Help Curls Thicken Up

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How To Help Curls Thicken Up

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There's nothing wrong with having fine curls. Some textures are just made that way. However, due to hormonal imbalances, poor diet, or stress, some curlies experience hair loss. It can be frustrating and embarrassing. If you'd like to recover your curl's natural thickness, don't despair. Here's how to help curls thicken up. Try these DIY home remedies and let us know what you think.

How To Help Curls Thicken Up
Coconut oil:

Take 4 tablespoons of virgin coconut oil and melt. Mix in 2 tablespoons of freshly squeezed lime juice and blend. The mixture should be smooth. Wet curls, and apply the mixture throughout your strands, making sure to focus on the scalp. Allow to sit for 15-30 minutes, then massage again and pull the rest through your strands. Cover curls and allow to remain on your head for 60 minutes before washing away with warm water and a gentle shampoo. Follow with conditioner.

Aloe vera:

This healthful product isn't just for sunburns. It can be a great support for damaged curls. Squeeze 4-6 tablespoons of fresh aloe vera gel out of the leaves, and mix it with 5 drops almond oil. You can also add a few drops of your favorite essential oils. Part curls, and work the product into your scalp. Cover the entire scalp. Rinse after 30 minutes. The almond oil will help curls growth in thicker.

Castor oil:

This oil has been lauded as a curl care miracle for hundreds of years. It's restorative properties can't be beat. Take 4-6 tablespoons of castor oil, and mix with 1-2 tablespoons raw honey. Apply directly to the scalp by massaging it in. This will increase blood flow, which will encourage growth. This treatment can be done 2-3 times per week for fast acting results. Make sure to remove by shampooing and follow up with a deep conditioning treatment.

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