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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Coconut Oil Is not Just Good for Growing Black Hair, but also a Good Conditioner for to Keep it healthy


Black women, when you use coconut oil, it will not just stop breakage, but it works good with your natural proteins and strengthens the fiber in your hair.  Coconut is good for growing your hair, because it contains Lauric Acid.  Lauric Acid, a microbial action on the scalp and hair roots which prevents hair loss and stops split ends.  For older people, it is also good to keep  hair beautifully jet black.


If you have tried everything that seems to fail to grow your hair while keeping it healthy you should try Coconut Oil, it's not only a natural blessing from God, it's a miracle oil for maintaining our hair.  According to livestrong.com, Coconut oil is a plant-based oil extracted from the kernel of the coconut with a high concentration of saturated fatty acids, lauric acid, capric acid and vitamins E and K. In its natural unprocessed state, coconut oil has a high moisture retaining capacity and does not breakdown or evaporate easily when it is applied to the hair and penetrates the hair shaft. This is highly beneficial to black hair that is challenged by its inability to consume and retain moisture. Coconut oil's high concentration of fatty acids also nourishes your hair with protein that produces strong and long, soft and shiny hair.  The article went onto to suggest using coconut oil as a shampoo, a daily conditioner and
also a deep conditioner.


We encourage you to try it, because it is not so heavy on your hair as other oils.  For daily conditioning, you can apply it to your roots and massage your hair from roots to the ends.  You can also leave it on for 30 minutes or more before washing your hair, three times a week.   You can also allow it to penetrate by massaging it into your scalp and and covering your hair overnight, then shampoo and rinse well in the morning. 

If any chance you are not pleased with results within three months time, you can discontinue using it.  However, as far as we've heard, there has been nothing but alleged positive results by some black women using Coconut Oil not to just grow their hair, but to keep it healthy and prevent hair loss.

Source: livestrong.com
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