by Tina Sendin August 23, 2019
If you want your hair growing like Jennifer Aniston in the Friends era no matter the style, there are many things you can start doing today.
And the good news is, you don’t have to get out of the house and splurge on salon and hair care products. There are things you can easily right this very minute!
If you think it doesn’t matter whether you go unbrushed or not, think again. Giving your locks some much-needed strokes nightly can distribute your hair’s natural oils and keep a healthy circulation, prompting hair to grow faster.
By skipping shampoo three days a week (not necessarily back-to-back-to-back), you allow the natural oils to moisturize your hair. Don’t worry too much about smelly hair, as they should still remain clean and fragrant (unless you enter a smoky bar or somewhere with full-on barbecue).
Using heat styling tools like a blower, curler or straightener a little too often can damage your hair and turn it into one massive frizz. Remember, you don’t need to over-style. But if you really must, just adjust the temperature a bit and avoid using it too long.
To make your hair grow faster, go for the snip. Sounds like the opposite of what you want to happen? Not really! Going for frequent trims can help get rid of unwanted split ends, which can make your hair weak, dull, frizzy and volume-less.
Bleaching your hair is a surefire way of damaging the cuticle of your hair. Say hello to split ends and breakage! So no matter how stylish and vogue-worthy platinum blonde is, just try to fight the temptation in the sake of a full, luscious hair. Wear your natural hair color and work it!
What you eat has a big role to play in growing your hair as fast as possible. Eating lots of protein from foods like lean meat, eggs, fish, whole grains, beans, and nuts can significantly improve the health of your crowning glory. Iron-rich foods like certain beans, green leafy vegetables, iron-fortified cereals, and lean beef make luscious locks happen too. 
But if you’re on a vegan diet, you could always go for foods rich in vitamins A, C, E and H (biotin), minerals like zinc.
Apparently, a diet filled with healthy fats is important in achieving thick, healthy hair. Isn’t that amazing news for avocado lovers? Make sure you get plenty of fats – the good kind – from omega-3 fatty acids and olive oil, as well as salmon, nuts, fruits, and vegetables.
If you feel like you’re not getting enough protein and said vitamins and minerals, you could always go for supplements and multivitamins. VALI Hair Strong has the right combination of these minerals that work together to increase hair growth, volume, and natural shine. Hair Strong also contains key ingredients like Biotin and Collagen, which will help achieve that Jennifer Aniston hair – 90s and now! These ingredients help you achieving glowing skin and stronger nails too!
Do you want to know whether a product is really doing something good for your hair? Try it on your skin. Your hair is part of your skin, and whatever the condition of your skin is can pretty much tell the health of your hair. Likewise, when a product causes your skin to itch or dry, then it may not be the best product for your locks… even when at first it makes it shiny and full. Make sure the product works best for your skin; then you can rest assured that your hair follicles are not clogged and damaged.
Sleep helps your body recover and get ready for the next day. While sleeping, growth hormones accelerate cell-reproduction and hair growth.
Having trouble sleeping? Then here are a few articles that can give you life hacks and some better-quality snooze:
You can also try VALI Sleep Well, which uses ingredients backed by nature and proven by science to help you maintain a balanced sleep cycle schedule without damaging side effects. (It doesn’t make you dependent for sleeping.) Sleep Well also makes biohacking sleep easier with deodorized Valerian to benefit from this amazing herb without its potent smell!
Stress causes hair loss. Stress triggers various reactions to the body, acne breakouts or weak, delicate nails.
But hair loss is a common manifestation, especially when you go through emotional stress and anxiety. When this happens, your hair gets in a “resting stage” that manifests in falling out. And sometimes, there’s a 3 to 6-month delay between the stressful event and hair loss. 
Just think of it this way. When your body is going through a lot of stress, it would go into survival mode and would rather prioritize the more vital functions than hair growth.
by Tina Sendin November 24, 2020
Us ladies just want to maintain healthy, luscious locks all the time – lockdown or not.
But sometimes, we’re doing more harm than good to our crowning glory... often, unbeknownst to us. We may think we’re looking after our hair as best as we could, but at times they turn out to be a disservice to our hair.
For starters, hair goes through wear and tear daily, in more ways than one. What you consider hair care may actually be damaging to it.
To resolve this, a good place to start is understanding how we may be causing harm to it.
And for this, we’ve got you covered. Here are some ways you may be damaging your hair, and a few tips to turn it around.
by Mark Miller October 29, 2020
Nootropics are also called "smart drugs" and "cognitive enhancers." The theory holds that they help you think better, remember more, and be more alert, creative, focused, and motivated.
Whether you're near the end of your life and suffering from memory loss, in your middle years and needing to stay alert during that afternoon slump, or a college student needing to enhance your memory, nootropics can help.
They can also help people with ADHD, anxiety, and confused thought processes.
by Tina Sendin October 27, 2020
Blue light has been getting such a bad rap especially in the context of sleep. Many believe that blue light gets in the way of having a good night sleep and causes a lot of tossing and turning at night.
But what is blue light and where can you get it? Can it really keep you from sleeping well? If so, what’s the explanation behind it?
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