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Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Black Women, Try Hairfinity to Grow Your Hair


If you have been having trouble growing your hair, black women, try Hairfinity. Now, we don't guarantee it, but we have to tell you, Hairfinity has some very good ingredients that may help your hair to not only grow, but to be very healthy.  Furthermore, aren't you tired of hearing that old myth, because you're black, you cannot grow hair.  Like other races, you can grow long hair.  You just have to learn how to take care of it.  It does not matter how badly damaged it's been or even ho long it's been damaged. Be very patient and work with your hair.  Have faith in God and it will grow, in due time. Hairfinity retains various vitamins:

  • Niacin (Vitamin B3) Niacin promotes scalp circulation Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) – prevents hair loss. 
  • Vitamin A Vitamin A is an antioxidant that helps produce healthy sebum in the scalp. Vitamin C Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps maintain hair and skin health. 
  • Vitamin D Vitamin D helps prevent hair shedding which is critical to a voluminous fuller head of hair. 
  • Vitamin B12 Vitamin B12 is essential to the formation of healthy red blood cells and helps transport oxygen to the scalp and follicles, which is required to sustain hair growth. 
  • Vitamin B Complex Vitamin B Complex nourishes and supports a healthy scalp environment and healthy hair growth. Deficiencies in these vitamins can lead to hair thinning, hair loss, graying, and weakening of the hair structure. 
  • Silica Due to its ability to maintain collagen, Silica helps maintain the hair's elasticity and helps keep the hair lustrous. 
  • MSM The sulfur provided by MSM is required for healthy collagen and keratin, which are essential to healthy hair growth. 
  • EXCLUSIVE CAPILSANA™ COMPLEX delivers a unique blend of Hydrolyzed Collagen, MSM, and Silica provides 18 Amino Acids, which are the building blocks of the protein that gives hair it's strength. The exclusive complex also provides sulfur required for healthy collagen and keratin, which are essential to healthy hair growth
Watch Testimonial Video of a Women who Used Hairfinity

    According to hairfinity.com,  Hairfinity Hair Vitamins are formulated with hair specific nutrients to nourish your hair from the INSIDE OUT and promote faster growing, longer, thicker, stronger hair, and more vibrant hair. 


    Source and Photo: hairfinity.com

    Sunday, January 4, 2015

    Happy New Year to all RGA Readers!!

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    To all of you RGA readers who are not subscribed to Souls of Black Women blog, we just want to say Happy New year to all you and thanks so much for being a regular subscriber, we really appreciate you. We also want to say Happy New Year to those of you who could be just regular visitors are visiting for the first time. We love you so much and would like to remind you, do not be depressed about what you didn't accomplish in your previous years, God has given us a chance to receive His blessings this year, in 2015. Have faith and receive His blessings. It's a blessing to connect with you in 2015, because we could not be here. Thank God, for another year!! We love you!

    Monday, December 15, 2014

    Titi Branch, Pioneer in the Natural Hair Community and Co-Founder of Miss Jessie, Commits Suicide at 45 | Souls of Black Women

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    This is so sad, we recall seeing this familiar face. Titi Branch who was a pioneer of natural hair committed suicide at the young age of 45. This goes to show you, you can become very successful in life, but if you are not happy, success cannot satisfy what you are missing. Now we do not know why



    Titi Branch, Pioneer in the Natural Hair Community and Co-Founder of Miss Jessie, Commits Suicide at 45 | Souls of Black Women...Read more at SoulsofBlackWomen.com, 2nd Edition.

    Sunday, December 7, 2014

    Who Says Black Women Cannot Grow Long Hair???


    Just when are a lot of you black women going to stop believing the lie that we cannot grow long hair? Just look at this black woman care for her very long hair.   We see some different races of women flaunting and showing off their long stringy hair in front of us as though God doesn't love us and He cannot bless us.  However, the truth must be told, God does love us black women just the same. This black woman on this following video is about to show you how she cares for her very long hair.   It's her hair own too.   

    Now, if you recall at Real Long Hair blog, our journalists over there informed you to stop wearing wigs and weaves.  Now, we yet say that about weaves, but under wigs, as long as you take care of your own hair, it can still grow very long. Take them off, sometimes.  However, you must do the necessary practices, such as washing and conditioning your own hair and making sure it is braided, which is a natural protected style beneath your wigs.  Although, this following video has nothing to do with wigs, we just wanted to inform you black sisters about that information.   One of the main keys to black women growing hair, (and don't ever forget this), is keeping moisture applied to your scalp.  Okay, take some time and watch this black woman wash and care for very own hair.    

    God bless all of you black women who do not deny your are black, you are indeed our sisters, because you are not ashamed of who you are.


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    Apricot Castor Oil May Grow a Black Woman's Hair Back!!


    Although, this Apricot Castor Oil looks like something you could drink, it's really for your thirsty roots.  We are hearing a lot about this new product and it is supposed to be very good for your hair.  Now, black women, you may enjoy wearing your beautiful wigs and weaves, but you are going to have to take care of your hair underneath.  Furthermore, please realize you must give your roots some air, sometimes.  Apricot Castor Oil is one of the best solutions for regrowing your hair and so it will no longer be dry.   Just take a look at these four following videos and you decide if you are going to give it a shot or not. 

    Remember, be strong black woman, but never forget to take care of your God-given hair.  Just because it has been damaged or you have suffered hair loss, it does not mean it cannot grow back.  Try Apricot Castor Oil.



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    New Treatment May Regrow and Thicken Hair Without Surgery



    A lot of you black women who have lost a lot of hair around your hair line, we want to encourage you not to give up.  There is a new treatment for thinning hair.  If you have been previously following this blog, including SoulsofBlackwomen.com, we've always presented natural remedies that we stand by; however, the results are based on individual treatments for every regime.   

    Just take some time and look at how this woman's hair began to grow back after a few treatments. Could this be your breakthrough for thinning hair, black woman?

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    Photo: ABCNews.com

    Sunday, October 19, 2014

    Hair blogger 'Meechy Monroe' is transformed by illness and outpouring of support


    We just want to dedicate this article to this beautiful black woman, Tameka Moore known as Meechy Monroe.  She has been diagnosed with brain cancer, but she's yet beautiful and we as black women need to appreciate her tutorials.  Let us all have faith for her healing and expect for God to miraculously turn things around in her life.  We don't want this blog to just be about hair, but also about spiritual reformation and like SoulsofBlackWomen.com, most of all, salvation and faith in God.

    Struck by cancer, beauty blogger is transformed by illness and outpouring of support

    CHICAGO — Over the last five years, Meechy Monroe has built a reputation and international following among black women who turned to her for hair care tips and inspiration as they turned from...Read full article, here.

     

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