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Poll Question: What is the best hair oil/oils?
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I swear by Carol's Daughter Lisa's Hair Elixir. See the review on http://www.blackhairgrowth.com.
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Originally posted by maquinna maquinna wrote:

Hi friends
I know the best qualified american product.
It has all kind of mild shampoos and hair oils.
want to know just enter
www.haircompounds.com

They cater to wholesalers only
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Jojoba Oil
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Hi friends
I know the best qualified american product.
It has all kind of mild shampoos and hair oils.
want to know just enter
www.haircompounds.com
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Originally posted by ccmuffingirl ccmuffingirl wrote:

I use the edible kind for both my hair and to cook with because it's 100% organic coconut oil.  I don't know what they do for the coconut oil to be just for skin and hair.  In my opinion if it's safe enough to eat it's safe enough to put on my hair.  But yes, you can go to a health food grocery store and ask for organic coconut oil and they should have it.
 
 
6 months late replying lol, but this is my motto... if it's not safe to eat, it's not safe for the skin/hair. The skin is the largest organ in the body and absorbs into the bloodstream a huge percentage of what we put on it.
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Originally posted by kennedy_700 kennedy_700 wrote:

I really like monoi oil. When I was growing my hair out I would apply it damp as a heat protectant, and it can be combined with a deep conditioner for more lasting effects. It will keep it shiny in the face of shameful heat damage.
 
 
I always wanted to try Monoi Oil.  Hopefully, I can find a place here that sells it.  What  scent did you like  best?
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Can I ask everyone a question? If you are in a desert or high humidity climate, does your hair still frizz?
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i just love to blend different oils together.....my favorite are jojoba and evoo!!!!! 
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Salerm Silk Touch.  Just a dab'll do you.  Great shine, doesn't weigh the hair down.  Smile
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I really like monoi oil. When I was growing my hair out I would apply it damp as a heat protectant, and it can be combined with a deep conditioner for more lasting effects. It will keep it shiny in the face of shameful heat damage.
"A good upbringing means not that you won't spill sauce on the tablecloth, but that you won't notice it when someone else does.
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I suggest Dr. Hauschka Neem Hair OIL! It seems to be very moisturizing but never, ever greasy.  My hair is very fine so I cant use and heavy oils either but it's also very dry!  This is the only lightweight one I've been happy with.


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Please try Dr. Hauschka Neem Hair Oil or Lotion!  I use the lotion on my scalp and the oil on my hair.
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ty for providing all these great links everybody
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Originally posted by Wishful growth Wishful growth wrote:

Hello all,
 
For those interested in purchasing sheabutter and essential oils, I came across some websites that may be helpful. Also I have included a website for perfume bottles for the oils. I like pretty bottles. The prices are ok, if someone knows of a cheaper place please let me know.
 
 
 
 
Me and you, your cousin and your momma too rollin on da strip on bow's
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I love Extra virgin olive oil!  It's the best thing that has ever happened to me!Tongue
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Hello all,
 
For those interested in purchasing sheabutter and essential oils, I came across some websites that may be helpful. Also I have included a website for perfume bottles for the oils. I like pretty bottles. The prices are ok, if someone knows of a cheaper place please let me know.
 
 
 
 
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No, the coconut oil used for cooking isn't flavored in anyway.  It even smells like coconuts.  I use it in my deep conditioning treatments by mixing a portion of it with my deep conditioners and also I use it to lightly coat my hair.  You don't want to use too much.  A little bit goes a long way with coconut oil since it is a very rich oil.  Your hair will look super healthy and shiny and also if you take it internally, your skin will reap the benefits as well.  It's also been shown to help with maintaining a healthy weight.  All I can say is that this oil is that this oil is too good to be true.  In Africa they call the Coconut palm "the tree of life".  I think it's fitting.
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Coconut oil have alot of healthy benefits if used for cooking or taken internally.  Google coconut oil and you'll see some of the benefits.  It is said to help diabetics control sugar levels.  It is also said to help lose weight and control appetite and craving.  Drinking the coconut water and eating the fruit itself is also very good for your body.

It is also very good for hair because it's easily absorbed into the hair staff and strengthen it.  It offers all of the biotin, protein and omega 3s that your hair needs to be healthy.

Do some research and you will see some of the benefits. 

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Cool, yeah I've wondered the same thing about coconut oil, I wonder is the cooking kind flavored in some way? Girl u don't know how excited I am to run out and try this.....
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