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Old 01-31-2013, 10:47 AM   #41
 
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Do yall think putting coconut and castor oil on my scalp will help my hair grow?

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This mix has been my scalp treatment forever. I love it. both oils are known to have growth properties so i don't see why not. Then again im not the overly obsessed with ever cm of growth i get so i wouldn't know. It sure doesn't hurt to try tho.


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Old 01-31-2013, 10:49 AM   #42
 
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I swear by Vatika Oil. I mix this with other oils as well. It has been said that Jamaican Black Castor Oil helps hair to grow. If anything, it's good for your scalp. I mix it with other oils and apply it to my scalp during the winter. Works wonders!
I tried vatika oil once i really like the smell. I want to revisit but i wish it came in a jar or in bigger portions.


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Old 01-31-2013, 10:58 AM   #43
 
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I swear by Vatika Oil. I mix this with other oils as well. It has been said that Jamaican Black Castor Oil helps hair to grow. If anything, it's good for your scalp. I mix it with other oils and apply it to my scalp during the winter. Works wonders!
I tried vatika oil once i really like the smell. I want to revisit but i wish it came in a jar or in bigger portions.


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I love vatika oil. I also use the nutiva brand of evco. Love the smell of both. Lately my nutiva evco is more of a whipped texture and although solid, applies very smoothly to hair and skin...

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Old 01-31-2013, 05:39 PM   #44
 
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I swear by Vatika Oil. I mix this with other oils as well. It has been said that Jamaican Black Castor Oil helps hair to grow. If anything, it's good for your scalp. I mix it with other oils and apply it to my scalp during the winter. Works wonders!
I tried vatika oil once i really like the smell. I want to revisit but i wish it came in a jar or in bigger portions.


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I love vatika oil. I also use the nutiva brand of evco. Love the smell of both. Lately my nutiva evco is more of a whipped texture and although solid, applies very smoothly to hair and skin...

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I also wish Vatika came in a larger size! The largest I've seen is my 10.14 fl. oz. for $4. Since it tends to solidify in the winter (my room gets chilly!), I just remove that white plastic cap that seals it, so it's easier to apply. I also combine my oils in a hair dye applicator, so it's easier to distribute on my scalp.
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Old 02-01-2013, 10:14 PM   #45
 
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Old 02-06-2013, 11:43 PM   #46
 
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I use Nutiva Extra Virgin Coconut Oil Organic. I love that its solid, I can handle it quite easily without making a mess and it quickly liquifies once I rib my hands together. It smells great too!

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Old 02-08-2013, 08:08 AM   #47
 
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I like Parachute Coconut Oil 'cause it's thicker and has more slip than organic virgin coconut oil. I also find it more sanitary to use -- the bottle keeps my shed hair out of the coconut oil. It smells like roasted coconut.

Before washing my hair, I use coconut oil to finger detangle and layer my deep conditioner over it. After deep conditioning, my hair is always super soft.
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Old 02-08-2013, 09:01 AM   #48
 
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Barleans......or ......Garden of Life.
Smells like a tropical Paradise.
So fresh and wonderful!
And is smooth. I eat a spoonful after dinner , helps with digestion.
Use it instead of PAM cooking spray.
I buy from amazon. Read the reviews.


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I've only ever used one, and I've had it for almost 2 years I believe because it was a large bottle and I had 2 other oils as well. It was Extra Virgin Coconut Oil. I like it, although I plan on trying other oils.
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