Step Your Oil Game Up! 9 Hair Oils To Promote Healthy Hair Growth

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January 24, 2013 ‐ By Tuere Randall

 

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If you’re like many ladies out there, one of your resolutions for 2013 might have been to take better care of your hair. Or perhaps you’ve joined a challenge to kick the year off. If “growth” is the magic word for you in 2013, check out these growth aides, some of which are widely reviewed and have huge followings on the myriad black women’s hair sites out there in the cybersphere.

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  • Ishani Premlal

    those are available in Sri Lanka ??

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  • KK

    I always use the wild growth oil and it does help with hair grow. It’s sold at Sally’s Beauty Supply for like $8.

    • Lolita

      I have that stuff

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Monique-Brown/100003751415837 Monique Brown

    thank you for the info, it’s very helpful, I use argan oil from pro naturals which is very good for healthy hair. :D

  • THE RAVENS WILL WIN THE SB!

    How does oil help hair growth?

    • Coco black

      I was thinking the same thing?!?……moisturise, hydrate, condition etc. But there’s no scientific facts behind the “growth” claims. Load of nonsense!!

      • THE RAVENS WILL WIN THE SB!

        I thought hair growth was promoted by one getting their ends trimmed to prevent split ends and what not. Likewise, there isn’t a way for one to make her hair grow faster.

    • clove8canela

      Combined with moisturizer it seals the moisture into the hair. This prevents dry hair which ultimately can lead to split ends and/or breakage. It’s really best used on the ends since that’s typically the driest part of the hair & done properly you can def maintain length.

      • THE RAVENS WILL WIN THE SB!

        What about hair type? I read that some hair types are just naturally dry and putting a bunch of oil doesn’t help.

  • Cinnamon71

    I’ve noticed that a common denominator oil that most of the ladies/women on you tube who have long/healthy hair whether natural/relaxed is either olive or castor oil.

  • Meyaka

    I use mango oil that my mother gets me from the Ivory Coast,coconut oil and jojoba oil. Thank you for the articles,now I need a good deep conditioner and shampoo because I can’t with Dr miracle anymore.

    • Diem Golightly

      Aveda Damaged Hair remedy. STOPS BREAKAGE in its tracks. Plus it is completely natural so your hair will not get used to it. To style your hair Kinky Curly, another fully natural product.

  • B

    Jojoba oil and olive oil at suitable for me.

  • Black wifey

    Be warned…MegaTek gave me the worst headache. I had to wash it out and stop using it completely.

  • Gigi

    Thanks for the article! I really appreciate that you listed ingredients because my daughter and I are natural and suffer from nut allergies. I plan on trying a couple of these though.