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Love My Hair

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Refreshing herbal blend for hair, skin and nails

Are you experiencing:

  • Thinning hair?
  • More hair fallout than normal?
  • Lack of body and luster?
  • Brittle nails?

If any of that is true for you, Love My Hair was created with you in mind.

Say goodbye to bad hair days with our Love My Hair blend. If you struggle with excessive shedding, thinning hair, dandruff, or breakage, this formula will work wonders. Specially formulated with organic ingredients that have been proven to combat hair loss and aid in hair growth, this tea will help you to grow stronger, thicker hair. If you're tired of hair woes, give it a try- you will love your locks!

100% certified organic ingredients: He Shou Wu, Goji berry, Oat milky tops, Horsetail, Nettle leaf, Ginger, Lemongrass, Rosemary, Marshmallow root

Brewing instructions: steep 1 tablespoon of Love My Hair in 12 oz. of hot water for 5 to 30 minutes. The longer the tea steeps, the better, because you want to extract as many of the minerals out of the tea leaves as possible. 

If you're serious about getting results, use this tea consistently over a period of at least 90 days. Most people report stronger nails after about 30 days of regular use, but it takes longer to see the results in your hair, so stick with it.

To learn more about how to care for your hair, especially if it's thinning or falling out, click here to read What Herbal Tea Is Good For Hair Loss.

Click here for a yummy tea recipe for healthy hair using Love My Hair tea!

 

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