Some of the most common ingredients used:

Last but not least a healthy diet is essential for your healthy hair. Your hair only displays what you are inside.

How to grow your black hairs full potential length and fullness?

As mentioned earlier healthy hair is hair that grows from a healthy scalp.
It is important to cleanse and condition the scalp. Before healthy hair comes healthy scalp. Your scalp is the source of your beautiful hair.

Rinse your hair well before you apply shampoo. By doing so, you remove all of the immediate topical things like dust, lint, and other debris. Start by rinsing your scalp, making small openings or parts in your hair with your fingers while aiming warm, forceful water directly into the scalp. Focus on scalp areas in the crown, the nape, behind the ears, and the hairline.



Towel- dry your hair in order to remove excess water. Doing so is very important so that your conditioner is attached to the hair surface and is not diluted or rolls off with the water. Make openings and parts in your hair, than apply conditioner with your fingers so that you can place the conditioner onto the hair closest to your scalp. Next, apply conditioner to the ends of the hair. Then apply to the entire strand.

Do not comb conditioner through! If your hair has tangles, apply extra conditioner directly onto the tangled areas, and then use your forefinger and thumb to massage tangles away.

When conditioning long hair, apply conditioner to your hands, and then rub it into your hair starting at the ends and working up to the scalp area. Next, slide your fingers throughout all the strands for even distribution.

You can now rinse the conditioner out thoroughly or deep condition by keeping it on under the dryer for a few minutes.


Use moisturizer on your hair if it feels dry. Also use it on natural hair or new growth for softness and manageability.

Use moisturizer on wet hair to hold and retain moisture and on dry hair to raise the moisture level.

If your hair looks dry, use oil to improve lustre. Use oil on hair ends to seal split ends.

Apply a small amount of drops of setting lotion then twist, plait, wrap or roller-set.

The key to healthy and beautiful hair at home is product. The best products make the best hair! You can buy quality products at a salon or beauty supply. Some make their own products from natural ingredients.

In addition to good products, you will need to make sure that you give your locks a trim every 6-10 weeks. This will ensure that you grow healthy, strong hair. Allowing hair to become dry and split will only halt the growing process because ends will break off and can split up to the scalp. Biotin supplements can also help to increase the strength and growth of hair and can be found at local health food stores.

Where to find Iron?

Foods that are a good source of iron include liver, lean read meat (beef, pork and lamb), seafood (eg. oysters, tuna, and shrimp), beans (eg. Kidney, soy beans and lentils), whole grains (eg. Cereals, breads and rice), greens (eg. spinach, mustard greens, and broccoli), chicken and turkey

Where to find Iron and Vitamine E?

Food sources of vitamin E are nuts (e.g., almonds), sunflower seeds, cold pressed vegetable oils, whole grains (e.g., wheat germ), olives, legumes, and dark and leafy vegetable (e.g., asparagus and spinach). There are also significant quantities of this vitamin in such foods as brown rice, cornmeal, eggs, kelp, milk, and organ meats. Some herb vitamin E sources are alfalfa, bladderwrack, dandelion, flax, nettle, and rose hips.

What are some healthy hair regimens?

Scalp cleansing means to remove all unnatural things from the surface of the hair scalp. Note that clarifying does not mean to strip. Stripping will cause the hair and scalp to become dry because stripping removes any trace of natural oils and moisture.

Use a shampoo with a pH of 5.5 and never go over pH 6. Your scalp and hair has a natural pH of 4.5 to 5.5 so stay close to the natural pH as possible. Never use all-in-one shampoos. Some shampoos claim to clean and condition hair at the same time. These shampoos never get the scalp clean and cause a flaky build-up on the hair and scalp, which at some point could lead to low- and even high-level scalp damage.

Shampoo your hair and scalp in the shower. Note that if you hold your head over a sink, you will not be able to rinse the back of the neck area well, nor will you be able to rinse the front of your head properly, no matter how hard you try. 

Each time you shampoo your hair, plan to apply shampoo twice. Never dump the shampoo on your head. Instead, pour it into your hands and rub your palms together, spreading the shampoo down your fingers. Next just like pre-rinsing, make small openings or parts in your hair with your fingers and clean your scalp.

Never massage on top of your hair, slide your fingers under your hair directly on your scalp. Rinse and repeat.


A leave-in conditioner will add elasticity to your strands and will protect your hair form styling and everyday handling.

Use a light-weight leave-in conditioner that is water-soluble and will rinse clean from the strands as soon as warm water is applied. Before applying leave-in conditioner make sure to remove excess water. Spray leave-in onto new growth and onto the ends, then massage in. Next, finger comb your hair then use a large, wide-tooth comb and gently comb through your hair.

This step is important because it will prevent your hair from drying out while keeping your hairstyle in place. Allow your hair to be exposed to smooth fabric while you are sleeping, such as a satin pillowcase. You can also tie your hair in a satin sleep cap.