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What homemade recipe can I use to make my hair appear thicker or be thicker?

By carmen1951 from Houston, TX

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October 9, 20090 found this helpful

After washing, rinse your hair with rosemary steeped water (just pour boiling water over fresh rosemary and let sit for 10 mins - cool before using and keep extra in the fridge for next time). Regular rinsing with rosemary thickens your hair and for some people actually restores colour! my mother did this and it worked well!

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October 10, 20090 found this helpful

Have no idea about Rosemary, but I prefer to produce my own body production thickness by taking hair, skin,and nails vitamin (all in one), about $4.00, from Dollar General which works VERY well and quickly in all three areas. Nothing else that I have found except Mane n' Tail, which varies from bottle to bottle for some reason, and often makes my hair greasy rather than thick. Follow instructions on either and you can't go wrong. Remember that your hair also needs ZINC as well to grow and thicken and multi-vits/ minerals are never quite "complete". God bless, : )

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July 19, 20110 found this helpful

Thanks for all your answers! God bless.

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April 10, 20140 found this helpful

I've noticed quite a difference in my hair now. I'm taking the supplement "Biotin". I'm also using coconut oil to moisturize my scalp once a week.

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