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    Posted: January 12 2000 at 2:13am
Jen I was looking at some old posts and found your recipe for hair care, Well I ran out to the health food store and got all the ingredients and tryed it yesterday I left it in all day, and when I washed my hair, WOW it was really soft. Thak you so much for sharing it with all of us. I would recommend any one to try it.........Thanks again, Wendy
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> Jen I was looking at some old posts and found> your recipe for hair care, Well I ran out to the> health food store and got all the ingredients> and tryed it yesterday I left it in all day, and> when I washed my hair, WOW it was really soft.> Thak you so much for sharing it with all of us.> I would recommend any one to try it.........I'd like to have this recipe.....can anyone share it or point me to where I can find it?thanks, Suzanne
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Suzanne, I found it by looking back at old posts it is dated on may 27th titled Hair care recipe posted by JenThanks Wendy>> I'd like to have this recipe.....can anyone> share it or point me to where I can find it?> thanks, Suzanne
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Wendy, I'm so glad it worked well for you! It has really helped my hair growth and condition a lot. Suzanne, if you can't find the post, let me know. I'll be happy to repost the recipe. Sincerely, Jen> Suzanne, I found it by looking back at old> posts it is dated on may 27th titled Hair care> recipe posted by Jen> Thanks Wendy
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Jen, Please repost your hair recipe.It sounds great and I'd like to try it. Thanks, Lisa.> Wendy, I'm so glad it worked well for you!> It has really helped my hair growth and condition> a lot. Suzanne, if you can't find the post, let> me know. I'll be happy to repost the recipe. Sincerely,> Jen
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Here it is! Hope you like it! (P.S. go ahead and experiment with ingredient amounts... it's not an exact science :-)OK, here is my secret recipe for a great conditioning oil/sun screen. I use it as a scalp massage before bed, on the ends when hanging around the house or putting my hair in a bun, and all over when I'm outdoors swimming, boating, etc. When I wash it out, my hair is really shiny and soft.Ingredients: Pure Aloe gel (acts as a natural sunscreen) Green tea (I boil the tea bag and use a bit of the brew... acts as a UVB ray protectant) Jojoba oil (natural sunscreen) St. John's Wort (Yes, the vitamin! I put a bit of the powder in the mixture... great for dry hair) Cocoa Butter, Vitamin E (as a preservative) Tea Tree Oil (as a preservative) Coconut oil (great hair emollient) Lemon essential oil (for a great scent!)Mix together in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Let cool and store in plastic or glass bottles.I buy all the ingredients at a health food store. The ingredients can be expensive, I believe around $45 for all of them, but they make a lot of the potion that lasts for months! I also use it on my face when it's really dry and on my hands -- it's a great cuticle conditioner, too.> Jen, Please repost your hair recipe.It sounds> great and I'd like to try it. Thanks, Lisa.
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