Four Natural Ingredients for Thicker and Fuller Hair

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Hair is everyone's crowning glory. Some people spend more on their hair than their clothes and shoes put together! Why? Because a stunning mane will make you look young, attractive, and healthy. But have you ever wondered why some people have thick and healthy hair while others struggle to make their locks look even remotely stylish? It's because some of us are blessed with healthy hair genes, while others… not so much. Unfortunately, you can't just go to the supermarket to pick up some magical hair potion that delivers spectacular results instantly. You need natural ingredients that work together to promote thicker and fuller hair.

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Here are four (4) natural ingredients that will allow you to enjoy luscious, strong, and healthy hair:

  1. Manuka Honey

Manuka Honey is a type of honey native to New Zealand. It’s produced by bees who pollinate the flower commonly known as Manuka Bush. Today, researchers and skincare experts are discovering more than just anecdotal evidence that Manuka Honey can achieve the sort of results in people's hair that many have sought for centuries. Manuka Honey is a powerful anti-inflammatory and effective against bacteria, helping to heal the scalp while stimulating the growth of thick and dandruff-free hair. 

Here are some known benefits of Manuka Honey in your hair:

  • boosts hair growth
  • hydrates dry hair
  • kills off bacteria
  • fights dandruff
  • adds volume to hair
  • restores your hair’s natural bounce
  • adds shine to each strand
  • locks in moisture

DermaChange Platinum Hair Growth Shampoo & Conditioner Set is infused with Manuka Honey that boosts scalp health and strengthens individual strands of hair. The rich amount of antioxidants can also reverse scalp damage and simultaneously strengthen hair follicles.

  1. Biotin

When it comes to hair growth, biotin is one of the highest-profile vitamins. You might know it as Vitamin B7 or H, but its main job is converting food into energy. It's known for helping build and repair tissues in both your skin and hair, which makes it a safe bet if you're worried about thinning strands or breakage.

Biotin stimulates keratin production in hair and can increase the rate of follicle growth. With a regular intake of vitamin B7, you can support the health of your hair, strengthen the hair and add shine to it. Biotin also helps in preventing various health problems like hair loss, dandruff, scalp itchiness, etc.

But what can biotin do for those who are already experiencing some balding? It may not be the miracle solution to male pattern baldness (which is linked to genes), but since there are so many benefits that come with taking biotin supplements—and almost no side effects—it may be worth adding to your daily routine if you're worried about thinning out. 

Biotin is a B vitamin often recommended for hair health. Since biotin deficiency can lead to thinning of the hair, some people claim that taking biotin supplements can thicken hair and stimulate growth. Biotin is available in pill or tablet form, and there are also biotin-enriched hair products.

  1. Tea Tree

Extracted from the leaves of the tea tree plant, Tea Tree Oil has been used for centuries by the indigenous people of Australia. They believed that this oil had healing properties, which they took advantage of when it came to treating skin conditions, infections, and even male enhancement.

Today, we have scientific evidence that shows that this oil is effective in treating acne and other skin blemishes.  In fact, it’s so good at getting rid of skin problems that many cosmetic companies including DermaChange, use this oil in their facial products. But aside from helping you get a clearer complexion, Tea Tree Oil has also been found to help prevent and treat hair loss, and dandruff. 

According to Health Line, with all the severe chemicals found in hair products today, you could be stripping your hair follicle of much-needed nutrients. If you use a lot of products or dye your hair often, you can put your hair at risk of breaking off or falling out. Using small amounts of diluted tea tree oil down the shaft of the hair will help prevent the buildup of chemicals and dead skin. This keeps your hair healthy and moisturized, which can help it grow at its normal rate and prevent it from falling out.

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Dandruff is caused by an accumulation of scaly, dry skin on your scalp. If left untreated, the dead skin buildup could ultimately hinder hair growth. Shampoo and conditioner containing tea tree oil can provide both antifungal and antibacterial benefits. This means it will get rid of what’s causing the dead skin on your scalp.

  1. Rosemary

Rosemary is a herb that is used for cooking and has been cited to have many health benefits. Rosemary not only works in making your food delicious, but it’s also very useful for your hair and scalp. Rosemary essential oil can be found in many hair care products since it stimulates the scalp and promotes healthy hair growth. Rosemary is also known to be an antioxidant as well as an anti-inflammatory due to its high concentration of carnosic acid, which can help to stimulate hair growth and prevent dandruff.

To grow healthy hair is a process. If you're looking for an easy way to improve the look of your hair, these natural ingredients are just what you need. DermaChange Platinum Hair Growth Shampoo & Conditioner Set uses these four natural ingredients to combat dandruff and hair loss, promoting thicker, fuller, and healthier hair.

How To Use:

  • Shampoo: Start with the dime-sized amount, massaging into the scalp. Apply more as needed. Work through hair and scalp. For best results, use Platinum Conditioner after each use.
Conditioner: After Shampooing, start with a dime-sized amount and apply more as needed. Massage into the scalp and work through the hair. Avoid contact with the eyes. If discomfort occurs, discontinue use and consult your physician.

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