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Scientifically tested and with many studies, the efficacy of caffeine helps to accelerate hair growth.
The best part is that we can make our own coffee shampoo at home. It is super easy and quick!
But how does coffee help with hair growth? The main benefit of caffeine (the main component of coffee) is that it promotes hair growth by acting directly over the root, right in the initial stages.
Also, caffeine is known for increasing blood circulation in the scalp, which favors healthy hair follicles.
Lastly, the stimulated hair follicles grow faster, healthier and stronger thanks to getting all the right nutrients and minerals from your body.
To make a coffee shampoo at home, you need to choose any shampoo you like.
The best recommended are shampoos without any sulfate in the composition. They are more gentle and don’t harm the hair. However, it doesn’t mean you can’t use a regular shampoo, which is usually cheaper. The results are also good.
How to make coffee shampoo? Watch the video to learn more!
To keep our locks healthy, avoid washing them every day, even with a regular shampoo, especially if your hair is on the drier side. The coffee shampoo is not different from it.
Most women of the world love to have long hair, and to boost their hair growth, they bet on homemade recipes with natural ingredients.
The best thing about these recipes is that they don’t do any harm to our health, right?
Try it and share your experience with us.
0:00 How to Grow Hair Faster using Coffee
0:28 Surprising Benefits of Coffee for Hair Growth
1:46 How to Make Coffee Shampoo at Home
2:26 How to Use Coffee Shampoo for Faster Hair Growth
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