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Post Reply Do you use olive oil for your skin or hair?
Posted 10/8/16
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Nope .
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Posted 10/9/16
Nope. Olive oil is quite an extraordinary invention there when it comes to culinary use. It's great for dipping and cooking, as well as dressing salads. But as far as using it for my skin or hair or for what other bizarre reason there is, absolutely not as I could just never deal with oily skin.
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I usually stay away from oils because when you wash your hair you already have your natural oils helping your scalp. But if you was to use oil I would say a organic all natural coconut oil. My advice stay away from olive oil you use that to cook XD
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I don't do shit for my body

except destroy it
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Posted 10/9/16

tkayt wrote:


Sogno- wrote:

i use it when i cook pasta





waltonwolfe wrote:

No but I add it to spaghetti so the noodles dont stick to each other.


Pasta doesn't need oil to cook. Just use enough water, drain and put on the sauce immediately.



not for the cooking, but after. I always add a small dab of olive oil to the noodles after I strained them. Its a personal preference in my family, but just a dab, otherwise its too oily.
Posted 10/11/16

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I don't do shit for my body

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Posted 10/11/16
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Lol, no, I don't like smelling like a pasta dish. But I do use coconut oil when I shave. Very good for sensitive skin.
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Posted 10/11/16
no and no, the stuff is a bit too strong for my like. i perfer to not smell like olives.

most i ever use it for outside of cooking.... is never to be mentioned on a public forum, so ill leave it to your imaginations.

but coconut oil, yes please:) makes good deoderant, hair conditioner (when i had hair), and baking.
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