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Old 01-16-2005, 01:35 PM
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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

I have used the Profectiv (it smells nice). I have used the Dr. Miracles one and it works cuz I could totally see the difference after 2 weeks but the smell made me nauseous but right now I am trying the Nexxus Biotin creme cuz im trying to stick to one brand so I dont know about that one yet but the other 2 I mentioned work.
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my edges thinned out because of my satin bonnet. i toss and turn a lot when i sleep so my satin bonnet moves all around and the ribbon part used to rub my edges and it rubbed them right on out.

i dont think any product really made my edges grow back. i just put moisturizer on them every night (organic root stimulator olive oil moisturizer, elasta qp recovery, s-curl, or wild growth oil) to help them from falling out due to rubbing. i also wrap a satin scarf around them depending on my hairstyle after i moisturize them.

Exact same thing happened to me. I had way more edges before I started covering my hair at night. Now I sleep un covered on a satin pillowcase and they are steadily getting thicker. Also when I wear my own hair I alternate between rollersets and airdrying followed by a flat iron (for straight looks).
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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

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Also, try Surge and Nexxus Biotin cream
I agree with Melodee. Your friend should see the best results if she's consistent with the two.
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Lightbulb Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

ORS Fertilizing temple balm or serum. Tell her to massage it in every night to stimulate the scalp. Surge 14 and Nexxus Biotin shampoo and cream.

ETA: BTW, I have used all the above products personally.

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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

S-Curl. Keep the hair really moist, like a jeri curl. It will grow like a weed from the moisture as long as alot of stress isn't put on that area.
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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

I can vouch for Dr. Miracles temple and nape balm. I using it, my hair in the back is now growing as fast as the front. I use several products, but since starting it, I noticed a plus!
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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

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Where can the Dr Miracles nape and temple balm be purchased? I would like to try that
I noticed the product during my recent visit to Sally's Beauty Supply.

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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

If you don't mind- what are the ingredients in Dr. Miracle's Neck and Temple Balm? What is the price?

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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

I got really good results with Emu oil. Pics in my updated album.
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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

For me it would be Capilong. I haven't been consistent with the Surge to notice anything new.
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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

Thank you all for the suggestions, I am forwarding to her right now
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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

The ingredients in Dr. Miracle's Neck and Temple Balm are:

Thermaceutical Complex(Deionized Water, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Eugenia Caryophyllus(Clove) Leaf Oil, Menthol, Cetyl Acetate (and) Acetylated Lanolin Alcohol, Panrhenol, Zea Mays (Corn) Oil, Tocopherol Acetate, Simethicone, Polysorbate 80, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Zinc Ricinoleate), Glycerin, Mineral Oil, Oleth-10, Oleth-20, DEA-Oleth-3 Phosphate, Fragrance, Caramel, FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Orange#4, DM DM Hydantoin, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, BHA
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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

What does the Dr. Miracle's Neck and Temple Balm smell like?
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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

It has a medicinal smell. I can smell the clove oil and menthol.
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Appreciate the ingredient list, Hway.
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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

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Hello, A good friend of mine is struggling with growing out her edges. Can any of you recommend products or techniques that might help her gain strength and new growth. She is currently using ORS Mayo.


Thanks in advance.
I already suggested some products previously in the thread, but I realised that there were some other products I hadn't mentioned and the trigger for me was the previous post talking about menthol.

I haven't used these for a few years but Miss Antilles products work well if you can get them. Do a forum search and you'll find some threads.

These two will help for breaking/damaged edges:

Biotinapouss
(comes in a little tub) contains biotin and vitamin B5. Prevents your hair from falling. This stuff is fantastic and I actually kept the empty tub for when I needed to buy some more. The writing is all in french.

Lotion suractivée multicroissance
contains panthenol, essential oils and proteins. Formulated to reduce hair loss and promote the growth of new hair, prevents breakage, prevents dandruff, antiseptic. (This product has a menthol like smell and is green in colour). It has an oily consistency.
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Default Re: What is a good product for growing back your edges?

ive been using surge, S8 and glovers on my edges. they have been growing in very well...my cousin was like, "edges arent suppose to grow back that fast"....ive been using it for a month now.
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