Sweet almond oil?

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Where does one purchase sweet almond oil?
whole foods, vitamin shoppe, Walmart, walgreens, any health food store
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www.vitacost.com You can get all sort of oils here for a great deal.
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I bought mine at the local health food store
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Hi Myrna,

This is where I get my goodies: Now Foods, Solutions, Sweet Almond Oil, 4 fl oz (118 ml) - iHerb.com

iherb.com has free shipping with any purchase over $20 and here is a coupon code that will save you $5 on your first order (SAF007) They also sell Kinky Curly and a couple of other CG lines of products

Sometimes Amazon.com will have a better price, you just have to figure in shipping charges. Here's one with free "super saver" shipping when you spend $25: http://www.amazon.com/Foods-Sweet-Al...+oil+now+foods

Last edited by sheilacurl; 07-01-2012 at 03:57 PM.
I found it at Walmart, in the hair section (next to the "ethnic hair" section, my walmart has a small section with products from South America/Mexico, I found it there) - it was under $3, pure sweet almond oil, nothing else added
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Sorry for my long reply, lol, I guess I like online shopping Plus, I'm on an island that you have to take a ferry to get anywhere and when we do get to the mainland I am always rushed through the grocery store by hubby. I've learned to love ordering things online, but I avoid shipping costs at all cost, lol.
where do you live, Sheila? evidently its not on Staten Island...
where do you live, Sheila? evidently its not on Staten Island...
Originally Posted by Myrna
No, it's an island up in northern Michigan Just seasonally though.

Last edited by sheilacurl; 07-02-2012 at 03:56 PM.
Mackinac Island?
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Local supermarket with the other cooking oils.

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2c/3a-M-ii porous, good elasticity, APL, dark brown with a silver lining. Biggest enemy: frizz!
I have some of this left over from when my threading lady told me it would help my eyebrows grow thicker. Didn't work for that. Is it supposed to help with hair growth or conditioning?
Location: Texas
Type: 3b/3c (i), below shoulder length.
CO wash: A-O GPB LYY, Salon Care Honey Almond, Devacurl OC, Acure Argan Stem Cell+Argan Oil, Mill Creek Botanicals Keratin Repair
Leave-ins: BWC, KCKT, cno overnight
Styling: BRHG, MGA Sculpting Gel, A-O Mandarin Magic Gel, LOTD AVG, LALSG
DT: Kiehl's Olive Fruit Oil Deeply Repairative Hair Pak, Curl Junkie Deep Fix, Briogeo Don't Despair Repair!
Like all oils, it's moisturizing. Almond oil has similar properties to olive oil. It partly penetrates the hair shaft and it's good for reducing frizz and tangles. It has less scent though.

I've never heard of it increasing growth or thickness. I don't think any oils do that.

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2c/3a-M-ii porous, good elasticity, APL, dark brown with a silver lining. Biggest enemy: frizz!

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