Tight braids, glues, and heat damage can leave any girl’s edges looking rough. If you have suffered from thinning around your edges or thin hair in general, know that you are not alone. There are two tools that can help you get back on the track to healthy hair: castor oil and time.
It’s important to remember that you cannot make your hair grow overnight! However, Jamaican Black Castor Oil has been proven by many to be efficient in regrowing thin edges over the course of 5-6 months. How does it work? Simply oil the area, and at best your entire scalp, every night before bed. This helps to stimulate the blood in areas that are suffering from thinning. The nutrients work to help make the hair grow.
Another important tip is to stop stressing your hairline. Do softer twists, especially closer to the hairline, wear thicker braids, and do not use hard bond glues for wigs and weaves because they will pull your hair out. If you choose to use glues, make sure they are soft bonds that can be removed with a remover. Be patient and take your time removing these glues; harshness and ripping units off will break your hair. If you must wear braids, tell your hairstylist not to braid so tight.
Check out this video testimonial to see how it has helped others: