Thursday, June 13, 2013

Coconut Oil Hair Growth Treatment


Since my hair was tragically chopped off without warning in March =[ I’ve been looking high and low for ways to quickly grow my hair back out. For my blonde girls out there you know how hard it can be to get your hair to grow as we’re constantly damaging it with bleach, color, etc. Aside from consistently getting trims, which I completely hate, conditioning treatments are essential.

This coconut oil/egg conditioning treatment is amazing if you’re trying to grow your hair out or your hair is desperately needing some moisture. Coconut oil will condition your hair, smoothing out frizz and adding moisture to dry hair and the egg contains tons of protein and vitamin D to promote hair growth. =]

Whip up this quick conditioning treatment once a week and there will be significant  growth and smoothness to your beautiful locks.

YOU’LL NEED:
6 TABLESPOONS OF COCONUT OIL
3 EGGS

DIRECTIONS:
Whisk the coconut oil and eggs together until combined Massage into dry hair until completely covered and saturated. Cover your hair with a shower cap and leave it on for at least 30 minutes, but if you have more time – leave it on!

Rinse out with warm water, avoid shampooing if possible but if it’s more oily than you prefer rinse with a gentle shampoo.

I lost almost 9 inches off my hair in March – since I started using this treatment my hair is halfway back to it’s original length. Woot Woot! =D



37 comments:

  1. How often do you deep condition? Weekly?

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  2. Twice a week until you get it to the length you want it & then it's once or twice a month

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  3. Is their any specific type of coconut oil I should be using ?

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  4. Are these measurements standard? Or would you recommend using less or more, depending on the current length of your hair?

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  5. How long did it take you to grow yours out using this method? I made the mistake on using extensions and the girl that did it loaded my hair down with glue so I had to chop my hair off to remove the glue and ever since then my hair wont really grow :-( im dying here lol

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  6. Should your hair be wet or dry before adding the Coconut treatment?

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  8. Can your hair be dirty when applying it?

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    1. If you have a lot of product build up it might be more effective to apply to cleaner hair. If I plan on using the coconut oil (at night - I sleep in it) that morning I will shampoo, do an apple cider vinegar rinse to remove buildup, condition and go light on the products for that day. Then I slather on the coconut oil and sleep in it all night. I shampoo (twice for me to get all the oil out) and condition the next morning and style as usual.

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  9. This truly does work (even if you omit the eggs). I buy my coconut oil at Earth Fare - Dr. Bronner's Magic All-One (fair trade organic, fresh pressed virgin whole kernel ~ unrefined). Scoops out as a soft solid and melts easily when you rub your hands together. I slather it on and leave it on all night at least once or twice a week. Feels thick but shampoos out pretty easy. So inexpensive and it really works!

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  10. ok so why did my hair fall out in chunks!!!???

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  11. Is 3 eggs required or will 1 egg be okay?

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  12. Nope, one egg and one tbsp coconut oil is just fine. I massage the egg into my wet hair and let sit for a bit then rinse with warm water then rum coconut oil over my hair especially roots then rinse and shampoo and conditioner as usual :)

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  13. Should the mixture be whipped up with the coconut oil in solid form or should it be melted and then whisked together?

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    1. Yes it is All natural egns and coconut oil is safe for childrin

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  16. My hair is very fine and thin would this method make my hair too oily the next day if I used it overnight?

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    1. I have fine thin hair as well, I always wash after using coconut oil because it will look greasy

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  18. can I use coconut milk instead of oil?

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  25. Do you melt the coconut oil or just how it is in the jar?

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  26. Do you apply only at the ends or do you start at from hair growth? ThanksThanks a lotlot!

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