Using Castor Oil and Coconut Oil to help grow your hair!


Hello there! This is how I incorporate Castor Oil and Coconut Oil into my weekly hair regime… Enjoy, and thank you iMovie, for helping me make ridiculously long, but enjoyable to make videos.


25 thoughts on “Using Castor Oil and Coconut Oil to help grow your hair!

  • curvyfit

    Oh my god. You’re totally right. This one comment just completely changed my life. With two words, you’ve influenced my future. If only I knew how to progress in my day after reading it.? I mean, it’s clear that I have no choice but to become a hobbit and live in a cave so that no one will ever have to see my ugg-face again or be subjected to my rudeness- you discovered the truth. How did you know? HOW. DID. YOU. KNOW??!!

  • curvyfit

    That means so much to me! I teach, so the sound of my voice is actually something I need? to take into consideration, even if I can’t change it (no joke)!

  • curvyfit

    Consistency is key. I noticed a change in the texture and health of my hair within 2 weeks, and I’d say a difference in length within approx 4-6 weeks. Thanks for watching; I’m glad you enjoyed it! Also, keep in mind that 1) it is easier to notice fallout with longer hair, and 2) stimulating hair growth also seems to? speed the hair growth cycle, so you may experiences times with more fallout (IMO)

  • DumpinMyGun

    It was easy… All I had to do was look at you.

    Ugly pig nose, pale pasty skin, flat hair, glasses, flabby body, no tits-n-ass, etc.. Look at? your messy home too. You look like white trash to me, but fuck what I think.

    You might think I’m ugly too. Who knows? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, right? Hope you have a good personality.

  • curvyfit

    Oh, don’t worry. I googled his name and it came up as the definition for? “trolling.” #truestory ;P

  • makexbelieve

    CRAZY informative!! You may have covered this in a comment, but where did you get the products? I have gone to Walmart, Walgreens,? CVS.. None of them have castor or coconut oil.. Any help would be appreciated. 🙂 Great video!

  • curvyfit

    I hope you don’t mind me mostly copying/pasting I tend to ramble! : “you can most easily find them? at a health food store, but you can also find them in the natural/organic section of Hannaford (a grocery? store), and I’ve seen Nutiva organic coconut oil in drugstores as well (where the vitamins are) I do not recommend buying medicinal castor oil from the pharmacy unless it states it is at least “cold pressed/cold packed”.” Even in the smallest towns there’s usually one healthful store!

  • makexbelieve

    Thanks so much! I purchased a different? type of castor oil hair treatment (in a jar) and this is day 4 and I still haven’t got it all out of my hair.. I finally resorted to laying down in a bath of HOT water and that seemed to….dissolve(??) it.. Won’t be doing that again.. lol

  • omfgyahh

    How does she in any way sound like trash? You sound like trash. Enjoy your miserable life. BTW the girl in the video? is beautiful.

  • curvyfit

    Some people experience an itchy-scalp, it could be because of the brand or just your skin’s reaction. if you’re scratching your scalp,? then that could obviously lead to fall out. But if your skin is too sensitive to it, then I would switch to another oil right away- almond oil is a great alternative!

  • curvyfit

    oh my! I always have to wash my hair twice when the oil is in, once with my head upside down, and once? right side up. If it’s TOO heavy, try almond oil- it’s a much lighter oil! I still wash twice, but it’s definitely lighter.

  • helenseltene

    ahahahahaha you’re too funny.
    information is showering? me when i listen to this.
    i like the whole tropical elevator music too btw.
    🙂 thank you for the video, really helpful.

  • curvyfit

    thank you so much! Ya really can’t let them get to you- but with wonderful commenters like you it makes it easy to get over? it when I do!

  • curvyfit

    Thank you! That is a wonderful thing to say and hear (I don’t make many videos, but I do put a lot of effort in when I do!? ) 🙂

  • curvyfit

    Enjoy the rainforest shower of information 🙂 and I’m? glad you enjoyed the choice of background music- it actually takes a lot of consideration to choose a song! and Thank you for the kind words 🙂

  • katalina125

    Cute with your palstic bag!…kidding!… thanks for the tips and I thinks I am going to use them, hopefully they will work as well for me as they do for you. Question; the ionic shampoo, you mentioned? that it was for hard water and what brand is it? and what other types of shampoos ionic and drug store brands have worked for you? I’ve tried a few different shampoos and I am still looking.

  • curvyfit

    The name Ionic is the brand; just look for the hard water version (it’s at Sally Beauty Supply) :). My favorite drugstore shampoo for the past year has been L’oreal Sulfate? Free Volumizing Shampoo. I try to stick with sulfate free because it’s less drying!

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