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Watch Why I Stopped Using Coconut Oil | Natural Hair Care – Naptural85

Watch Why I Stopped Using Coconut Oil | Natural Hair Care – Naptural85

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The reason why I no longer use coconut oil in my hair care routine! I used to LOVE coconut oil, so this was pretty shocking to me, but nevertheless, here’s my reasoning why! I hope you enjoy the video and I’m hoping it helps anyone else out there struggling with unexplained hair loss, an irritated scalp and/or dry hair! XoXo! Nap

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  1. Yep, you are so right! I experienced hair loss due to coconut oil and castor oil (used at different times). The best oils to use for my hair are lite, i.e. almond, olive and avocado oil.

  2. Coconut oil for me is a scalp, body or head ends sealant. It adds great shine like castor oil, but as a moisturiser (like most oils) it makes afro hair feel brittle and dry when applied straight until the hair shafts (for most). Some liquid like light water or a good hair moisturiser is needed first to test the full effects.

  3. I'm a licensed cosmetologist and a natural and I tell my clients all the time that if they use it to do so sparingly. Coconut oil and shea butter can cause build up and create a barrier on your hair that prevents moisture retention when you use too much of them. I don't use either on my hair because of my texture.

  4. That's so crazy! I use it sparingly but I really like coconut oil every once in a while. I don't go crazy like some people, and I've just recently started using it again. haha But if I don't use coconut oil, I absolutely adore EVOO, jojoba oil and tea tree oil for my scalp

  5. I use coconut oil for my uticaria (severe hives) and if it fights an unknown hot with fever burning welt on my skin that the doctor can't tell me where it comes from and I also take antihistamines. Okay I use to use coconut oil on my scalp, but it started burning my scalp and my hair started falling out. Weird. Okay if you look up what hair is made up of amino acids, proteins, etc. It's all ph-balanced. My hives are high in acids and coconut oil lowers the ph, I think and if I'm lowering the ph on my scalp, I'm practically ripping out my hair.3.5 and 5.5 ph coconut oil will stop hair growth, especially if you are using it after washing your hair. The ph balance is low and it's killing the good cells that become our hair. Too much to write and explain, but do your research. PH balance is the life of our hair.

  6. Coconut oil never agreed with my hair.I always felt like it reacted with the weather. If it was cold my hair would be heavy and "hard" and if it was hot and humid my hair would be heavy and greasy. I use almond oil as a sealant or if necessary jamaican black castor oil.

  7. I absolutely adore coconut oil! My hair lives it. My mom and sister's though say it makes their hair really brittle from all the protein it contains. They swear by Olive oil, which my hair hates. Its trial and error with natural hair ladies. What works for you is not universal to all natural


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