I looked deeper into the inversion method to find out more and test it out to see if it actually works.
Funny story about when I was growing out my bald spots. Whenever I massaged my scalp, sometimes I would bend over, place my elbows on my thighs and massage the bald spots. I did this because I was too lazy to stand up straight and massage for 5 minutes. It just felt easier that way. I was unknowingly practicing the inversion method.
Might this have had something to do with my quick sprout after trying other methods without success? Maybe? But then I combined it with derma rolling and drinking bamboo leaf tea among other things so I don’t think inversion alone was responsible for the difference.
Nevertheless, I have compiled my research into an easy reference e-book for ladies who want to find out more information about the inversion method and how to practice it without causing injury. The e-book is available for free to subscribers and you can sign up to receive yours below.
The e-book contains information on:
- History & evolution of inversion over the years
- The right way to practice the inversion method
- The best positions for inversion for hair growth
- The safe way to practice the inversion method without causing injury
- Helpful resources with pros and cons of each method
- Resources for the newbie to the inversion method
- Discounts on the Healthy Hair Care series.
My final thoughts on the inversion method are – it should work when combined with other hair growth methods but will probably not work alone nor lead to the 1 inch per week growth estimates claimed online.
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