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    Quote Originally Posted by keren View Post
    Yes this sounds good! I think i'll give it a try... Thanks! but does it smell like typical coconut oil when applied on hair?
    It's also a nice suggestion use the extra virgin coconut oil. Have you tried it already? Also not sure if it's advisable to use it like everyday. I know that extra virgin coconut oil is healthy but don't know the effects if you use it everyday on your hair. Update us please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexieJ View Post
    It's also a nice suggestion use the extra virgin coconut oil. Have you tried it already? Also not sure if it's advisable to use it like everyday. I know that extra virgin coconut oil is healthy but don't know the effects if you use it everyday on your hair. Update us please!
    What if the coconut oil I have is a virgin but not an EXTRA virgin? Will she still perform as required for frizz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnMPB View Post
    What if the coconut oil I have is a virgin but not an EXTRA virgin? Will she still perform as required for frizz?
    Well, virgin coconut oil is also okay I don't think there's a problem with that. It will work too as far as I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsparkle View Post
    I tried literally hundred's of products and techniques before discovering what worked for me!
    Leave in conditioner was ok but I found my hair still too dry.

    Maybe you did use too much.
    I only use a penny sized amount on my shoulder length hair distributed evenly and massaged into the scalp.
    I do this straight after washing when the hair is still wet so that the oil can penetrate and seal in moisture.
    Anytime between washes if i think it needs it i smooth through a small amount. But im talking a tiny amount. Just like a thin layer over my hands. A little goes a long way with this stuff.

    I would also recommend using the organic extra virgin coconut oil instead of the plain stuff. A little bit more expensive but much better quality.
    Ummm. Just seeing this response, and YES. I definitely used too much. My hair is nowhere near shoulder length and I used WAY more than a penny sized amount. Thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pkipling View Post
    Have you tried a leave in conditioner? That seems like a potential solution.

    I've used coconut oil in my hair before to treat my dry scalp. It made my hair very slick and shiny, but I found it really difficult to get out. Maybe I just used too much though....

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    Apparently, conditioner is not the mere solution for dry scalp for sure. I also suggested to condition hair from my previous reply and get a hot oil treatment monthly. One of the best solution is to use coconut oil I guess.

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    Condition your hair after shampoo and apply hair oil one night before doing shampoo.

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    I agree with Mrssparkle! Nothing cures frizzy hair than virgin coconut oil! Just do that and I am sure you will see the results

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    You can use a light or dry oil on your hair but not at the scalp. It will weigh the hair down.
    Apply it to the shaft and ends of the hair and only use a little bit. Use it when your hair is wet as well.

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    To get Rid from Frizzy hair try these natural remedies
    -Choose a ripe avocado.
    -Mix the avocado with coconut oil and mash them together.
    -Place the paste on the hair and leave it there for about half an hour.
    -Do you normal routine of using shampoo and conditioner afterwards.
    -Do this twice a week.

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