Coconut Oil for Hair Moisture Treatment: Hair Health and Growth
Coconut Oil For Hair Moisture Treatment Are you using coconut oil for hair treatments? If you're not, you should be! You know how much we love coconut oil around here (if you don't, see this post). We have tried a LOT of brands and our favorite brand is Nutiva. We found a brilliant new way to use it with this coconut oil for hair moisture treatment. The best price we have found for Nutiva is on Amazon plus who doesn't love free shipping? Oh Amazon, how we love you. :) Try a smaller bottle to…
28 Uses For Coconut Oil That Will Change Your Life • One Good Thing by Jillee
There are countless ways to incorporate coconut oil into your health & beauty and household routines. Here are some of my favorites!
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Biotin makes hair and nails grow fast and thick. It's good for your skin and gives it a pseudo-tan glow all year long. It also helps prevent grays and hair loss. - hair-sublime.com
Biotin makes hair and nails grow fast and thick. It’s good for your skin and gives it a pseudo-tan glow all year long. It also helps prevent grays and hair loss.
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I've been praising, tweeting, blogging and talking about coconut for days; how tasty it is to cook with or how lovely it feels on the skin. I have finally tried frying pancakes with coconut oil and they were delicious! And now is the time to share another recipe with you, my lovely readers. Personally to…
Erica’s Shiny Clay Wash
1 tablespoon bentonite clay 1/2 cup aloe vera juice 2 tablespoons marshmallow root powder (I buy mine from here) 2 tablespoons organic honey 1 to 2 tablespoons safflower oil (or your f…
Homemade Pore Minimizer
The larger the pores on your face are, the more likely they are to become clogged with dirt and bacteria. Trapped dirt and bacteria are responsible for pimples, skin infections and acne. Keeping your pores clean and small is essential to the health of your skin. Fortunately, you don't need to ...