This one I think works for making your hair soft and manageable. The castor oil version of this really helped my hair to grow.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Do not buy it if it has petroleum or mineral oil in it, use only 100% coconut oil. Petroleum based products and mineral oil are not absorbed completely and you will get a greasy feel. Grapeseed, olive, and almond oils are also beneficial. Any oil will lift hair color, so you may have to touch up after using it.
"Finger-dap" on scalp every other day. Massage gently, and brush through hair gently at least 50 strokes. It can be heavy and overly greasy if you use too much, so just dab onto scalp. can also be used for hot comb straightening, or as a hair gel base to prevent drying out.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
- Cleveland, OH
Coconut oil is a good hair moisturizer, while not known for making hair grow it keeps your scalp healthy to minimize hair loss
answered 2 years, 7 months ago