If you are still on the fence, testimonials can help but we welcome the skepticism because that only means you can try it for yourself and let us know how it works for you.
Below are three testimonials that were sent directly to Nadege of Bella Mocha:
Hi, I have been rubbing my nails for the past 3 months and I have noticed I don’t lose as much hair as I used to. I am 27 years old and my hair started thinning after using hair dyes and perming my hair twice when I was younger. But this technique has helped me in just 3 months my hair has stopped falling a lot and my hair looks healthy/shiny compared to before when it was dry and weak.
I had lost some of my baby hairs but even that has come back. I realized this after my mother noticed that my hair doesn’t look as thin as it did 3 months ago. I have also changed my diet, which means a lot of fruits and veg is involved, I make sure I drink 2 liters of water daily, massage my scalp for 5 minutes with my fingertips every day and I do yoga everyday.
All this is helping internally, therefore, I feel it’s showing on the outside. Do try keep it up as I stopped a few years ago and the hair thinning started showing it’s ugly face. It’s only after I realized how much I want my thick hair back I have kept it up. Even I wanted quick results, but you have to be patient and keep it up.
And there was this one:
I’ve done this for quite a while, but I’ve always had great hair even when not doing it. I’m 28 and male, from Ireland. My hair was already Jet-black (always has been) but I am starting to see a blue’ish tint to it which I had when I was younger (around 20ish).
When I was younger I needed my hair cut every two weeks and my nails cut every other day because it grew so fast, it’s slowed down as I’ve gotten older but since I’ve started doing this again (around 3 months ago) the exact same thing is happening, I’m needing to cut my hair at least once a month and my nails twice weekly.
I can’t exactly tell you HOW this works, all I can see is that you will NOTICE considerable improvements. Trust me on this.
I rub my nails when I’m on the bus going into work (10-15 minutes) then at night before nodding off to sleep (around 20-25 minutes). I also rub my nails when I am stationary and not using my hands (I’ve done this since I was a kid)
Would love to hear about a blonde person doing this, and see’ing if their hair gets darker
And finally this one:
“I was reading about the posting you had about rubbing your fingernails together. I tried it and it really works. My hairstylist who is Cuban told me about it from a stylist from India that works with her. And I still do it it’s like a habit now lol.
She told me that the women from India would rub their finger tips together to make their hair grow. She also showed me how it was done. From then on I would do it constantly while sitting in the chair getting my hair done at the shampoo bowl, or sitting under the dryer etc. I would massage my scalp afterward. It just became a habit.
I would feel tingling in my finger then going through my arms then my scalp would get tingly then itchy but I would keep doing it ’til I was tired.”
If reflexology for hair growth is something you would like to try for yourself we have three best practices you should consider.
Do your own research
Consider this post as your introduction to the art of reflexology and from this moment on you have to do your research to see if this is even something you would want to try. At the end of the day hair growth is based on a complicated cohesive set of habits including diet, exercise, water intake and of course genetics.
It is easy to dismiss the concept as something that does not work but giving it a real shot is way more fun!
Keep your hair healthy
Hair growth is one thing but retaining length is a whole other ball game and just as important. It makes no sense to have great growth and lose the length due to lack of care. If you plan to try this technique also ensure that you keep your hair care regimen on point, incorporating protective styles as much as possible.
As with everything, this will not be an overnight process and according to our research, it will take weeks before seeing noticeable results.
If you make the decision to try reflexology definitely remain patient and consistent about it to ensure that you can really determine if it worked for you.
If you plan to try nail rubbing, let us know in the comments below.