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Friday, February 15, 2013

3 Best Hair Products for Black Women to Possibly Help Grow Hair

Black women, when using some of these products, we would suggest to keep chemicals and heat out of your hair, so you may see positive results.  We don't make promises for hair growth, we just are going by the reviews for some of the hair products you will read about.   Many of you black women have severe loss and we would suggest you seek professional advice before testing any of these products.  However, if you have a physical ailment, please realize a lot of times, you may experience hair loss, because of the disease, but it does not have to remain that way, especially if you are blessed to be healed of any sort of illness.  The Real Long Hair journalists wish you the best, after trying these products, but please use them with precaution.

Hair Oil - Neno Natural's Hair Growth Stimulator

According to Neno Natural, Neno Natural's Hair Growth Stimulator has been carefully formulated to nourish your hair and stimulate your roots to grow. Ingredients scientifically proven to promote hair growth; Increases you scalp's health; Non-greasy oil; Will help reduce dandruff and keep pores unblocked; No artificial colours or fragrances.  For more information and this hair, go straight to


Gro-aut Hair Oil

According to, Gro-Aut (grow out) Hair Oil - This patented formula promotes hair growth by penetrating the hair shafts driving herbal nutrients into the hair follicles. Customer reviews reveal that gro-aut oil "Fills bald patches, reverses hair loss, or simply grows the long hair you have always desired". With use of this herbal oil and our Gro-Aut shampoo, hair appears to 'grow out' overnight! You'll see noticeable results in as little as 7 days. For the best results, follow our hair care regime.

  Nzuri Hair Follicle Food 61- Ancient Miracle Hair Growth Oil

According to, Nzuri Hair Follicle Food 61 has a special scientific blend of over 61 holistic herbal extracts, essential oils and vitamins to nourish and feed your hair follicles which house the root of your hair. The follicle is the foundation of healthy hair. Similiiar products sell for 2 x's as much. This product absolutely delivers all that is promised.


Sunday, February 3, 2013

Can You Grow Your Hair with Extensions although Your Allergic to Synthetic or Human Hair

Do you find yourself trying to use hair extensions to grow your hair, although you are allergic to synthetic or human hair of any brand?   Sisters, we can recall when we endured a normal itch after getting our hair braided, but nowadays, we hear these companies are allegedly using chemicals before packaging the hair to be sold.   So many black women are allergic to synthetic or human hair, we are surprised they are still able to sell it, they should be losing money and discontinuing their products, by now.

One of our journalists can recall braiding her hair back in 2005 with synthetic hair, then she had to take them out the next few days.   She didn't stop there, she then bought the human hair and it still broke her out.  She tried using it again around 2007, it was the same issue, but even worst, she had such a bad allergic reaction, she began using Neosprin, Hydrocrotosone cream, Aloe Vera gel or whatever would calm down the burning itch and this was after using the human hair.  There comes a time in life when you realize, it just won't work.   As you know human hair, cost much more than the synthetic hair, so she lost a lot of money after retrying both types, again.    

You maybe wondering what is the solution, black women?   We urge you to grow your own hair naturally without ever using hair extensions, simply because you are absolutely wasting your time, energy and money.  The long hours it takes for you to braid your hair, you could be doing something else and the money you spend could be spent on something you would find more useful.  Make a wise choice, never to retry using hair extensions to grow your hair, because it will may never work, after you have already tried a few times.  The allergic reaction can be so annoying, it's just not worth it.  Gone are those days when we were in our late teens and early 20's when companies processed the hair much different.   As black women, let's be smart and think wisely, we do not make the hair, so why spend money on it, especially if we do not know what chemicals these companies are allegedly using to process the hair.

The same thing goes for weaves, there are some black women whom have experienced an allergic reaction after getting weaves attached to their own hair.  Our advice, have it immediately removed and start growing your own hair.   You may wonder how you will style your own kinky hair, because it maybe so difficult to manage?  Try using a creme and twisting your hair, which many sisters have resulted to these days and they appear very nice too.

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