Our Hair Loves Water

Just as your body needs water inorder to stay hydrated, your hair also thirsts for this all essential liquid. Water does miracles for the hair, as each strand of hair  contains a certain amount of water.

The hair grows from within and protrudes outwards, the more reason why we should be hydrated if we want the healthy, glossy, shiny look – it starts from within.

Spraying water onto your hair ensures it stays moisturised, not excluding oiling of the scalp and the ends of the hair. Whatever  hair style you may be spotting (Obviously not  permed hair), ensure you are spraying some living water unto it, yes you heard me right, not some hair products.

The very nature of our hair, our beautiful afro-textured hair is such that it thrives and grows well when nourished with water, otherwise it starts going all brittle, dull, lifeless and ends up falling out. Hope this has explained why you are wondering why your hair never grows long.This scenario is what we all want to avoid as we are trying to naturally grow our tresses. Poor tresses which have been long abused and neglected. Yes insulted even for not towing to what has been portrayed to us. It is surprising they all did not decide to go on holidays and live us alone since our lack of knowledge of our own precious hair has made others very rich.

Your hair is an extention of what is happening on the inside of you. Drink water, and even more so pay close attention to retaining moiture in your wonderful, versatile, glorious crown of glory.

Believe me, your and my  hair has inert ability to grow beyond our wildest dreams, let’s show the world what God has blessed us with.

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