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Products To Help Your Curls Grow Faster

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Even though curls grow about 6 inches a year, it can feel like it takes forever to achieve the length you want. There are also some factors that can slow your curl growth down, such as how you treat your curls, your overall health and sometimes even genetics. While there isn't a magic fix to make slow curls grow faster, you can try some of these products to help encourage healthy curl growth.

Jamaican Black Castor Oil

This oil is loaded with omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin E, which helps fatten up curl strands. Castor oil is great for curlies who are experiencing thinning curls or want to grow a thicker, fuller mane. It's also a great sealant and is favored by many curlies who use the L.O.C. method.

Shea Moisture JBCO Shampoo:

SheaMoisture products are loved by curlies everywhere and with good reason. This all natural product line never fails to deliver. This shampoo's first ingredient is Jamaican Black Castor Oil, which will help invigorate your scalp to encourage curl growth. It also has Apple Cider Vinegar, which can help balance out the pH of your scalp.

The Roots Naturelle Virgin Hair Fertilizer Conditioner:

This product has peppermint oil, which will help stimulate your scalp. You'll notice a tingling,  soothing sensation when you apply this product, which means its absorbing and doing its job. This product is also loaded with other great ingredients, such as vitamin E, proteins, and almond oil.

Shea Moisture JBCO Leave-In Conditioner:

After you've shampooed with your SheaMoisture castor oil shampoo, follow up with this luxurious, protective leave in conditioner. Use this leave in daily to help lock moisture in and prevent curls from breaking off.

Hydratherma Naturals Amino Plus Deep Conditioning Treatment:

Curls are made of keratin, but daily manipulation of your curls, exposure to the elements and stress can cause strands to become brittle and snap off. Adding a protein treatment into your curl care routine once a month can help repair and maintain the protein levels in your curls to keep them from damage.

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