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NOW Foods - 100% Pure Sensitive Skin Care Grapeseed Oil ..
Life-Flo Pure Grapeseed Oil 16 fl.oz
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on 8/25/2013 8:22:00 PM
More reviews by frecklesnroses
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool
Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine
I use grapeseed oil daily, sometimes 2x daily, for OCM, and just about every day as a straight-out-the-shower body oil. Drop a little goldish pigment in the mix and you get sexxxay body shimmer, minus the price tag gross cheap smelling dreck that usually comes with that sort of setup.Works like a dream as a hot-oil treatment for hair, too.I use Now Solutions' version. It's quite inexpensive, and has never gone all stank on me or anything. I store it in a relatively dark, temperature-controlled corner of my bathroom, but have never been so hardcore as to refrigerate it or anything.I suppose, if we ran out of olive oil, I could saute some garlic & onions up in it real nice...
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on 2/6/2013 10:12:00 AM
More reviews by alishe
Age: 56 & Over
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
I use Grapeseed Oil from Holland and Barret on my scalp for psoriasis and can honestly say my scalp is better than it's ever been. I have used coal tar products Betnovate and everything you could mention over the years. I have never found anything that leaves my scalp feeling so soothed and clear. It also leaves my hair beautifully conditioned.
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on 11/28/2012 9:02:00 PM
More reviews by RiaRich
Skin: Sensitive, Medium Brown, Warm
Hair: Blond, Kinky, Medium
This oil is wonderful. I have acne-prone, sensitive skin and I use this to remove my makeup daily. I have NOT broken out in fact this has actually helped my complexion. My routine is:-Apply oil all over face (gently rubbing eyelids)-Wet a face cloth with warm water and wipe face-Wash with Dr. Woods black liquid soap-Apply toner, retin-a, ectDoesn't leave behind a residue and helps heal any pimples I've been picking. Highly recommend!
on 6/22/2011 12:20:00 AM
More reviews by makeupjunkie35
Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine
Hair styling product replacement for poufy, frizzy, wavy/curly/straight (confused) hair. About a year ago, I picked up a bottle of 100% Pure Expeller Pressed Grapeseed Oil from my local healthfood store to use in my color-treated hair ($5 for a 16oz jar).I have confused hair that rises with the humidity and it seemed that if I found a styling product that worked to help straighten, my hair would still frizz up, and would always get kinks in it that I could not blow out, or even iron out. Well, my hair is doing so much better than a year ago!! I have hair down to the small of my waist and use a few drops of the oil, working it through the ends first than working any remainder up -but avoiding the roots (can use a tiny bit there, but not much). I always get the perfect blowout and my hair does not look dried or tormented (despite the fact that I dye my roots light blonde every 6 weeks). I don't even need the flat iron anymore. Love it!! It is so much easier to take care of and maintain -I can wait till the third day to wash, and still looks nice. The exception to third day washing is if I let it air dry instead. In that case, I do wash (or just condition) the next day due to wild sleep hair. Speaking of air drying, using the same amount of oil, I scrunch a bit while it is damp, then let it dry a bit more, and scrunch a few more times. The oil then brings out the curly beach hair adding definition and shine. No oily look or feel at all, just soft touchable hair. I am so happy that I tried this stuff! And it is inexpensive too! I highly recommend trying.
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