How do you manage short or long healthy hairs?

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  1. Fang4

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    Can you share with us how you manage your hair with organic products that are free from chemicals?
    what shampoo/conditioner and oils do you normally use?
    Did you see any difference since you used those products?

    Thanks in advance everyone!!!
     
  2. Monisha Hershey

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    I wash my hair with Creme of Nature shampoo or L'Oreal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths shampoo, nothing fancy then I use the herbal essences coconut conditioner to detangle it.
    I use my all time favourite oil to style my hair after I'm done, https://m.feelunique.com/p/Fushi-Re...Ja6P_Mp2QXiGkQdnZAMaAqQLEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
    The oil smells really good & its 100% organic.
     
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  3. Fang4

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    Thanks, would it be ideal to mix that oil with black caster oil?
    What do you think of avocado oil, have you ever used it before?
     
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  4. Monisha Hershey

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    Castor oil is a lil thick and slimy.. U could if u wanted to :) but i would recommend if u only used castor oil on ur scalp instead and the rest of ur hair could be a different oil.
    I haven't tried avocado oil yet, but I've tried jojoba oil, which is good for ur hair and skin (it doesn't break u out like coconut oil)
     
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  5. Fang4

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    Would putting on my scalp black caster oil even though I have slow growth in my frontal hair ideal.
    Sorry for the multiple questions.
     
  6. Monisha Hershey

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    U need to massage ur scalp before washing ur hair to stimulate the blood circulation first, then after ur done shampooing ur hair etc make sure u open ur hair follicles by washing ur hair with warm water, so that all the oils can get sucked in after ur done...if that makes sense :)
     
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  7. Fang4

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    It makes sense, I’ll try it inshallah thanks for imparting me with your knowledge:salute:.
     
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  8. Monisha Hershey

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    No problem hun:dzmxmmb:
     
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  9. Omnya

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    Hair masks once a week can help your hair grow and be healthy. I like to spray rose water on my hair when I want to style it. Then I use a mixture of argan/olive oil and coconut oil as a moisturizer.
     
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  10. Omnya

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    Jamaican castor oil is good for hair but it’s a little heavy I only apply it on my hair when I want to wash t the following day.
     
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  11. Shushue

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    I use shampoo once a month, I use oil and conditioner
     
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