Fenugreek for Hair?

Fenugreek for Hair?

Fenugreek for Hair

With all of the unregulated Instagram products in front of our eyeballs on the regular…how do we know what is really going to work? These people are pretty much just making up products that feel nice but if you regularly color or bleach your hair..you may be f*cked. These chemicals and formulas are reacting with professional products. My clients have been suckered into buying these useless products and even lured into MLM schemes. Then they come see me and I have to worry if my professional and even Vegan ammonia free products are going to start smoking when applied to hair. What about the hair growth products now? Considering the hair industry is a multi-billion dollar industry, there sure are going to be some fake-ass products with zero regulation. If you’re not out there prepared to have a medical/non invasive procedure done…what IS going to help? Fenugreek— does anyone even know about it? I’ve been doing/teaching hair forEVER and no one told me about it. Like most herbal supplements…they don’t get much mainstream unless it’s making money for high-ups. I’ve been learning about all of the uses of fenugreek and am quite impressed. It is a seed that can be used lots of ways. The seeds are a rich source of SO MANY good things for our bodies, and our hairs! I’m not going to bore you with my google facts and emotional connections like when you’re trying to just skip to the damn recipe. There’s so much more that you’ll learn about fenugreek and the uses once you delve in. It’s overwhelming.  I’m just going to leave this here…and know that I just opened a nice can of opportunity for someone struggling to educate themselves on a natural way to keep your hair and body thriving.

Here are some ways to use it:

1: powder form capsules
2: fenugreek water
3: soak seeds overnight then grind up and make a paste for your problematic patches 
MAIN BENEFITS: Soothes scalp inflammation, treats dandruff, strengthens hair, and prevents shedding.
WHO SHOULD USE IT: In general, anyone can benefit from the protein and anti-inflammatory properties found in fenugreek powder. Those with coarse or curly hair may notice added softness and shine. You should avoid fenugreek if you’re pregnant or allergic to peanuts or chickpeas. If you’re unsure, consult your doctor before adding fenugreek to your diet.
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