Unlisted Brand • Coconut Oil • Hair
|Would buy this product again.||91%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I have been using this for the past two weeks, and I don't know what I did without it! My hair is fine, but I have a lot of it, it's also been bleached a ridiculous amount of times... my breakage was terrible. I have been using K-Pak treatments for years now, and I love them... they work... but I've been looking for something different (and cheaper). I have been putting this in my hair almost everyday for two weeks, either leaving it in over night if I plan on showering in the morning, or just an hour or so before showering if I do it at night. I use quite a bit, because I have so much hair and it is so damaged... and it smells so good I keep adding more. I was worried I was going to have to clarify a dozen times to get this out, but I just used my regular shampoo and conditioner (Redken Extreme) and it came out fine. No greasiness, and my hair isn't weighed down... my hair is softer, shinier, and breaks less! Wonderful product.
I have also been using this as a body moisturizer, and on my face at night only. After it absorbs it actually has a really nice finish, not greasy or shiny... just a nice sheen, it's just not practical for me to use in the morning and wait for it it dry before my makeup. I haven't broken out, and I've actually noticed less breakouts, less flaking and my skin feels amazing, of course. You really can't go wrong with this product! I got Nutiva Extra Virgin Coconut Oil at my local super store for about $18... it'll last for a long time, and has so many uses I will definitely buy this again and again!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Other
I have tried this and Emu oil works much better for hair and is known to penetrate deeper than coconut,deeper than ANY OIL.
BTW Beauty Brains is not an objective website , its is one of the worst websites to go to if you want unbiased information.
Age: Unknown Skin: Normal, Olive, Neutral Hair: Black, Curly, Medium Eyes: Black
http://thebeautybrains.com/2006/07/08/beauty-q-a-is-oil-good-for-your-hair/ The site above talks about how coconut oil is one of the best oils for your hair as it actually penetrates the hair shaft.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
What is all the hype and good ratings with this for oil? have tried using before shampoo, after shampoo, as a conditioner, as a facial, as a moisturizer. I dont see or feel any difference as a skin care product, but as a hair treatment, yuck and sticky and greasy and gross. My hair was more oily than when i was in grade school . No thanks. I will try a drugstore leave in hair treatment instead! Sorry ladies, Im glad it worked wonders for all of you, hopefully i find a miracle product of my own. :(
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I am absolutely in love with coconut oil for my hair. I have spent so many years being a hair products junkie from shampoos to masks to styling products and spending god knows how much money with no impressive results trying to tame my naturally wavy fine (but alooot of it) frizzy and pouffy hair. I also tried all the natural oils as they have soe many raves on mua (ie. castor, etc) and they were all horribly sticky, messy, and a nightmare to wash out. I really had given up on finding ideal hair products until a great stylist on here recommended I use coconut oil as a pre-shampoo treatment as it apparently really penetrates the hair to truly moisturize and balance, yet doesn't weigh your hair down which is a huge must for me. My hair has seen such a difference using this once a week. I bought the Nutiva Organic Unrefined VIrgin Coconut Oil as Whole Foods which honestly is the best there is not only for my hair but also for cooking as it jsut contains so many healthy fasts and vitamins. The jar really will last me forever as it goes such a long way. After I realized how well coconut oil works on my hair I also started using the Bumble & Bumble Creme de Coco Shampoo/Masque after I found out they were coconut oil based and WOW to say the least as to how for the first time ever my hair feels strong, shiny, smooth, and jsut smells amazing all before I even use styling products and heat tools. For my formally pain in the butt frizzy and pouffy waves that is incredible. Don't hesitate try this as I only wish I had even thought of it years ago! :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
For reference my hair is fine, but there is a lot of it, and it's dry, and prone to split ends. it's also past my shoulders. I wash, deep condition, blow dry and straighten every 3 days.
I've been using this on my hair for a few weeks, and I've noticed a big difference. I leave the jar in my bathroom so it is soft, soemtimes it's pure oil, completly melted. I put a dab on the ends of my hair, maybe a bit more from my chin down. I usually do this the night before I wash my hair.
Wash and deep condition as usual. Then after I've towel dried a bit, and gently combed my hair, I take a tiny bit, and use it as a leave in ocnditioner. Just in my hair from my chin down. Don't use to much of this or your hair will be stringy. Then I use my normal Pantene straightening cream,a nd blowdry and flat iron.
I usually use Biosilk therapy, but this is even better! My hair is much softer. haven't had the nerve to try it on my skin yet. I've used it under my eyes, and on my lips, but I broke out. Could have been from something else though. maybe after I get my skin under control i willl try again.
i bought a good size jar of normal coconut oil, not organic or refined or anything, for about $4 canadian in the ethnic foods section at Metro.
Love it so far, and will continue to buy :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I read about the miracle of coconut oil on the Long Hair Community's Mane Forum, and I just had to try it for myself. This is great for smoothing down frizzies and adding shine. Just a small dab is enough. I usually add a small amount to the ends of my hair. For deeper conditioning, add a bunch to the ends before shampooing. You don't want to saturate your hair in this stuff before going out in public or you'll look like a grease ball. Again, just a little dab melted in between your palms, and rubbed onto the hair is perfect. I also use the coconut oil as a skin moisturizer. This stuff is awesome!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
its a pain to scoop out with your fingers and to emulsify, but the results are worth it. i have only used this as a prepoo but i can say that is has made my hair so shiny, and soft too. ive tried many other hair oils too.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
miracle in a jar! I bought a jar of this (organic, coldpresseed, unrefined) for <$10 at the local market. My hair is coarse, naturally wavy and frizzy when dry.
I scooped out a small amount (about the size of my fingernail) and applied after washing and towel-drying my hair. I warmed the oil blop by rubbing my hands together, and tapping it on my ends first, working up to the scalp. I combed through with a wide-toothed comb, twisted my hair up into a clip and let it dry.
The results? Shiny, non-greasy frizz-free hair. I noticed the smell when I first applied it, but now that my hair has dried, I only smell hair. :)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I buy pure cold pressed coconut oil, without preservatives, colours or additives. It's suitable for cooking - contains vit e and antioxidants, and is cholesterol free (and it's a tasty, healthy substitute for dairy in smoothies). Apparently, it's close in molecular structure to natural sebum, which makes it so good for skin and hair conditioning. It's also believed to give the skin some protection from the sun. Personally, I tend to use it as a pre-wash hair mask. I melt some (and sometimes combine with a teaspoon of honey), massage it into hair and scalp, leave it while I take a bath, then shampoo it out. I find that it makes my hair really soft but not greasy - important to me because my roots tend to get greasy naturally, while the ends are dry. In fact, when I've used a coconut mask, my scalp tends not to grease up so fast. I get better results from coconut than from most commercial hair masks which can often dry out the lengths of my hair, or leave a crispy residue.