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Post Reply Do you use olive oil for your skin or hair?
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Posted 10/24/13
Never considered it. I just use regular shampoo and conditoner and straighten my hair. It's naturally straight anyway but it's getting too long now it can knot easier.
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Posted 10/24/13
no i don't .never thought of it.
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I have before, but it was way to hard to wash out after. Sticking with just a good conditioner.
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Posted 10/24/13
i once knew a guy who used olive oil in his hair and on his skin. he was from the mediteranean, he said it was a natural and could keep your skin nice and smooth. i dont know about that, but you could ALWAYS smell him a mile away and not in a good way either.

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Posted 10/25/13

Nobodyofimportance wrote:




Yeah, anything with a lot of natural oils in it will work to loosen up anything stuck in hair. Peanut butter's just a popular example. My mother used to use butter. (Ew, yes, I know. It wasn't pleasant. But it worked.)
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No, but I use Vasoline for my feet to keep them soft.
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I've used oil in my hair before. As long as you don't use too much and you wash it out properly, the result is softer hair with a healthy (not greasy) shine.
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Posted 6/4/14
What the fuck ? like kitchen oil ?
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Why do we raise the dead?


Anyway, yes I have used beard oil before, never anything for my skin or hair on the top of my head though.
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Posted 6/4/14
I use olive oil for my omelettes.
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I've never herd of using olive oil for your hair. Yet it sounds interesting, & it makes sense.

I have used oil for my hair, but it was a product that was specifically made for hair. Back when I was in Highschool I used to have a really strong, healthy, curl-fro. I found that the best thing you can do to maintain your hair is to eat right, drink allot of water, wash it properly, and to never use a hair dryer.

As far as food stuff goes, I have put Aloe vera in my hair. LoL & there was this one time my sister cracked an egg on my head.

Here's ANCIENT photo of my hair.


PS. I cut it all off.

Hair is cool, but too much maintenance.
Plus, i need to save those Avocados, & oil for my guacamole. lol
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Posted 6/4/14

DirEnGay wrote:

Never considered it. I just use regular shampoo and conditoner and straighten my hair. It's naturally straight anyway but it's getting too long now it can knot easier.


You should try "Chi" products. You spray it on after washing your hair, & it keeps it soft- & tangle free.



They sell it at Marshals for like, 8 bucks.
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Don't we have hair products that do that in 2014
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outerheaven139 wrote:

Don't we have hair products that do that in 2014


Some people prefer using a more natural product.
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