moringa oil for hair
Handling hair roughly with appliances such as combs and brushes can lead to split ends over time. Persistently dry hair can also lead to split ends. While the ultimate fate of split ends are the end of a pair...
hair tools
These two amazing videos have been making the rounds over the last few weeks courtesy of cut.com. The videos show transformations of women’s hair since the 1910s to date. Video 1 features a black woman’s hair and video 2...
cranberry oil for hair
Who knew cranberries would feature in the natural oils category? Delicious on its own, in sauces, pie, and juice, it is also the source of cranberry seed oil and is produced from cold pressing the seeds. Cranberries are in...
pumpkin seed oil
One tends to think of pie, soup, Halloween and Starbucks when the word pumpkin comes to mind, with oil not featuring on the mental list. However, have you ever wondered what becomes of those seeds you scrap out of...
shea moisture reveiw
I picked up Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie early last year but didn’t get round to trying it until a few weeks ago. It comes in a jar and is thick and creamy with a delightful...
2014 giveaway winner
Our apologies for late announcement of the winner. There were some issues with the server earlier this week. The 2014 giveaway was based on two criteria – subscribing to the newsletter and clicking through newsletters to the website and...
happy new-year-natural oils for hair
top posts of 2014 from natural oils for hair
As the year draws to an end, here’s a look at some of the most popular posts of 2014:- Intense Dry Hair Treatment with Wheat Germ Oil – An unrefined oil guaranteed to rescue dry tresses and fortify the...
coconut-trees
This is a new one on my radar. I purchased it while on the hunt for a product that would be suitable for the max hydration method I’m testing right now. The John Masters Organics Citrus and Neroli Detangler...
coconut-oil
As I Am Coconut Cowash Cleansing Conditioner has been on the market for a while and a staple in my regimen for some time. I use it every 2 – 3 weeks depending on how my hair feels. This...

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