Hair on a human scalp grows as a natural bodily process through cell division, growing an average 0.3 millimeters a day, or a total of 1 centimeter per month. Biological timing staggers natural growth and shed rates in a... More »

According to Marie Claire, hair can't technically grow faster than its natural growth rate. However, there are ways to facilitate hair growth, such as massaging the scalp to stimulate the follicles. Taking vitamins can h... More »

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Faster hair growth is achieved through regular head massages designed to increase the blood flow to the scalp. A weekly deep conditioning treatment using hot oil or a hair mask energizes hair follicles and promotes growt... More »

Hair grows about 1/2 inch per month. If the rest of the scalp hair is long, it may take months or years before a shaved area grows sufficiently to match the rest of the hair. More »

Hair grows about one half inch per month, so growing it back from a short haircut can take months or years. There is little that a person can do to make hair grow faster, but eating a healthy diet and avoiding too much s... More »

Hair grows approximately one-half inch in a month. This breaks down to about one-half millimeter of hair growth each day, and approximately 6 inches per year. Hair grows faster or slower based on factors such as age, gen... More »

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Human hair grows at a fairly consistent rate of 0.5 millimeter per day or about 0.5 inch per month. Age, genetics and hormones that can affect the rate of hair growth. More »