What Is the Average Growth Rate for Hair?


The average growth rate for hair may vary, depending different factors and people. However, the average rate is about 1.25 cm every month. Sometime in the summer it may be slightly slower and faster in the winter months.
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Hair grows approximately half an inch per month, or 6 inches per year.
Some experts agree with a general belief that hair grows faster during warm weather, but this has not been proven.
The average rate of hair growth particularly for Caucasians and Europeans is at about 1.27 cm per month. People of the African-ethnic descent have a lower growth rate with minimised quantity. Some individuals also use hair growing supplements such as HairTopia vitamins to enhance growth.
The average rate of hair growth per month is about one-half of an inch. The average person has around 100,000 strands of hair on their head.
On average, human hair grows at the rate of about half an inch per month.
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