Thursday, June 25, 2009

O Yes the Coconut Oil !!!!!........A MUST!! : )

Coconut oil is one of the best natural nutrition for hair. It helps in healthy growth of hair providing them a shinny complexion. Regular massage of the head with coconut oil ensures that your scalp is free of dandruff, lice, and lice eggs, even if your scalp is dry. It is an excellent conditioner and helps in the re-growth of damaged hair. It also provides the essential proteins required for nourishing damaged hair. It is therefore used as hair care oil and used in manufacturing various conditioners, and dandruff relief creams.
SO YOU ALREADY KNOW WE GOTTA GET THE COCONUT OIL!!! SO IMAGINE USING THE COCONUT OIL AND SOME VITAMINS!! BOY O BOY WE TALKING ABOUT SOME HEALTHY HAIR!!! CAN'T GET ANY BETTER THAN THAT!!! LET US KNOW WHAT THINK ABOUT USING THE COCONUT OIL..IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY..... ;-p
**YANTAN**

19 comments:

millaa said...

Thanks for stopping by and commenting at my place. Of course I had to come check you out here! I'm doing the natural thing too. My hair is at a stand-still with growth, but I think it's a lot to do with my bubby breastfeeding and taking all my vitamins too. I like the information here. You ladies are beautiful. Keep doing what you're doing!
God bless, Milcah

The Misses! said...

Love this stuff. Been nantural for 2 years now...and lovin' it. Good going girls!

Nappily yours,
The Misses

Dolce Robinson said...

oh you ladies be having the best suggestins!! I cant wait to hear how the vitamins workout :)

jamey said...

& coconut oil is a great body moisturizer as well! love it ladies & thanks for stopping by the blog!

withlove__starz said...

ok! i definitely gotta go pick this up! asap. ... & when i do.. ill be back to let ya'll know how its working!!

Jheanelle said...

Coconut oil was one of the first things that I discovered that my natural hair loved. The best part is that it smells so good lol. =]

I mix organic honey, coconut oil, jojoba oil and hair cholesterol for a deep conditioner two to three times every month.

Gigi said...

get your coconut ol at Dekalb farmer's Market. Cheap you can get a quart for $5

zainab1 said...

Hey guys, good post will have to try some I will let you guys know how I made out.

Tasha said...

Coconut Oil is my absolute FAV!!!!! Especially mixed with a little bit of Shea Butter =P

Dsxyfemme85 said...

Thanks for checking out my blog, I'm now subscribed to yours! I've been looking for more natural hair blogs. I've been natural for two years now, and am so happy with my decision. I've been going through my process alone, mainly using the internet at a resource, so it's great to see that you guys are doing this as a pair.

Madreselva said...

Thanks for the comment, and I will definitely follow your blog. I've been natural since I was 16, so I'm going on 6 years of natural hair, and sometimes it gets hard to maintain. I have a thick ringlet type curls, so anything I find that will be helpful will definitely be an asset to me :D

Again, thanks for stopping by.

Kelly Nina Kiyyah said...

hmmmm.... i shall be headed out to get me some ASAP! lol! MY hair is gonna look good, and smell good too~ Holla! lol! ;)

-Kelly of *AF*

Tori said...

Thanks for the invite and showing love to my blog. I'm also a natural. I will be posting some of the products that I use real soon. Ya'll look beatiful!

Shoshoni said...

I just recently started using coconut oil on my hair. I always used it for cooking and for my skin.
Now I mix it with other oils and shea butter to make a whipped butter that is outta sight!!!

.:Biscuito:. said...

hey just stoppin by and returning the love. I really love wat you guys are doing. I naturally have pretty long and hair and i really wanna go back to being natural. But I've been living in S. Cali and its very dry. So its very hard to maintain my hair natural.

BTW keep up the good work!! :)
<3 Biscuito

Edris said...

I use this for cooking. I also use it for my hair and my daughter's hair. I use the same brand you have shown. It has a nice little shine to natural hair.

.:.Simply Shay.:. said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog, and feel free to come back anytime!

As far as this coconut oil, I'm in love with it! I use this exact brand pictured, and it loves my relaxed ends and my natural roots. If you let it sit, it makes your hair soft and playable! :-)

Also, it works well for your skin. I use it on my legs in the summer when I run out of lotion, and it's not heavy at all.

Get you some coconut oil!

next step, i guess, is cooking with it!

♥ Shay

chioma said...

I'm lovin your blog! thanks for stopping by at mine..ive been natural for 3yrs n it has its ups n downs, mostly because it almost alwyas hot here in nigeria..so hair is always frizzy!!. I love shea butter..i buy it from the women who make it locally...100% pure..I also make my own coconut oil...i mix it with shea butter n use it on my babys skin n hair aslo use it fry eggs n give stuff coconut flavor...

Marilie said...

I was using this brand of coconut oil, but I ordered a gallon from Mountain Rose Herbs for $37 and it turned out to be cheaper in the long run. Just make sure whatever brand you use, it is virgin and unrefined!

It is the best for skin as well. I mix it with a little shea butter for my skin.

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