I use it on my dog's hair and on my horse's mane. My horse has a thick, long but sort of kinky mane and, after three applications, it was still long,and thick but silky and shiny for the first time. I'm also using it on my dog's coat as his long hair has a tendency to break off. It seems to strengthen his coat and, once he's shampooed again, he's really shiny and silky. Don't know, from personal experience, what it will do on human hair but I'm told it works nicely.
answered 1 week, 3 days ago
I don't know anything about this brand of Coconut Oil - but if it is pure, unrefined with nothing added - it should work well on any natural hair.
I purchased some organic from Trader Joe's (2 quarts) and it was fine. Now I purchase mine by the gallon at Tropical Traditions.
Coconut Oil is suppose to work especially great on African American hair!
And Coconut Oil not only helps our hair but can help get rid of any dry scalp - just cover hair & scalp then cover & wait at least 30 minutes before washing. you may need to wash hair twice depending on your hair and how much oil still needs to be removed.
I wash my hair with Baking Soda & Water - & usually have to wash hair twice. Then I spray scalp & hair with Apple Cider Vinegar with the "Mother" to return my hair to its pH balance. Works great.
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago
YES, IT IS GOOD FOR GROWTH