AFRI-BERRY’S COLD PRESSED COCONUT OIL

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AFRI-BERRY’S COLD PRESSED COCONUT OIL

Afri-berry’s Cold Pressed Coconut Oil is good for curly hair. The vitamins and essential fatty acids naturally found in coconut oil nourish the scalp and help to remove sebum build-up from hair follicles. Unlike most oils, coconut oil penetrates deep into the hair shaft, rather than sitting on the surface. When applied to curly hair, coconut oil helps heal protein loss, adds moisture and makes the hair stronger over time. Using coconut oil on your hair regularly can also help increase the shine, softness, and manageability while simultaneously decreasing frizz.

  1. Coconut Oil for Deep Conditioning

Because it is comprised mainly of smaller medium-chain fatty acids, the oil of the Afri-Berry’s cold pressed coconut oil penetrates hair more deeply and faster than other conditioners.  To use Afri-Berry’s cold pressed coconut oil as a leave-in treatment to repair split ends, moisturize your scalp, and add a healthy glow to your tresses; just follow these easy steps:

  • First make sure you have at least an hour or two for this treatment. (The longer you leave Afri-berry’s coconut oil on your hair, the more effective it will be!)
  • Wash your hair and let it air dry while you prepare the next steps.
  • Gather your materials: a comb or hair pick, shower cap or small towel to wrap your hair in and of course your bottle of Afri-Berry’s organic cold pressed coconut oil.
  • Pump a small amount of Afri-berry’s cold pressed coconut oil into your hands and apply to hair and scalp
  • Use your fingers to gently massage the oil into your hair, and then work through with a comb or hair pick.
  • After you’ve finished applying the oil, wrap your hair up in a shower cap or small towel and allow it to soak in for thirty minutes or longer.
  • Optionally, you may reapply a small amount of coconut oil to the ends of your hair and / or work a small amount through all of your hair again – just enough to give it a healthy shine.
  • Then style as usual.
  1. Coconut Oil as a Daily detangler

If you have long or curly hair, dealing with tangles may be a daily battle for you.  Coconut oil can help here, too!  Also, because it’s 100% natural, organic cold pressed coconut oil won’t leave any residue or long-term damage to your tresses!  Before brushing or styling your hair, just follow these few steps to use the best cold pressed coconut oil as a detangler:

  1. Gather your hair brush, a comb or hair pick, and your bottle of Afri-berry’s organic cold pressed coconut oil.
  2. Pump a small amount of the Afri-berry’s cold pressed coconut oil into your hands and apply to hair and scalp.
  3. Use your fingers to gently massage the oil into the ends of your hair, then – starting from the ends and working your way toward the roots – gently work out tangles with a comb or hair pick.
  4. Let the oil soak in, then brush and style as usual. No need to rinse or shampoo. Afri-berry’s cold pressed Coconut oil will continue to nourish your hair all day long!

3. Coconut Oil to defeat dandruff

In long time of using the chemical shampoos, conditioners, styling products or colorants has left you with itchy, flaky, dandruff? You can use Afri-berry’s cold pressed coconut oil to heal your scalp.  Just follow these easy steps daily and watch your dandruff problems disappear:

  • At the end of the day or shortly before bedtime, wash your hair as usual.
  • Pump a small amount of Afri-berry’s cold pressed coconut oil into your hands
  • While you wait for your Afri-berry’s cold pressed coconut oil to come to temperature, use your comb or hair pick to remove any tangles.
  • Use your fingers to gently massage the oil into your scalp. (If you have long hair, it may be easier to flip your head upside-down in order to apply oil to your entire scalp.)
  • Wrap your head with the towel or cloth and leave Afri-berry’s cold pressed coconut oil on your scalp overnight for best results.
  1. Coconut Oil for Faster Hair Growth

Use Afri-berry cold pressed coconut oil as a natural way to help your hair grow longer, thicker, and faster.  The vitamins and essential fatty acids naturally found in Afri-berry’s cold pressed coconut oil nourish the scalp and help to remove sebum build-up from hair follicles.  Use as a daily treatment by following these simple steps:

At the end of the day or shortly before bedtime, wash your hair with an Afri-berry’s natural cold pressed coconut oil and condition as usual.

  • Pump a small amount of Afri-berry’s cold pressed coconut oil into the smaller of the two bowls.
  • Use your comb or hair pick to remove any tangles.
  • Use your fingers to gently massage the oil into your scalp. (If you have long hair, it may be easier to flip your head upside-down in order to apply oil to your entire scalp.)
  • Wrap your head with the towel or cloth and leave coconut oil on your scalp overnight for best results.
  1. Coconut Oil as a Base for Hair Colouring

Afri-berry’s Cold Pressed Coconut oil makes an excellent medium for mixing your all-natural hair colouring.  Because Afri-berry’s cold pressed coconut oil penetrates hair more deeply and faster than many other natural oils, it can help your colour to be more vibrant and keep it from fading too quickly.

  • Pump a small amount of Afri-berry’s cold pressed coconut oil (enough to liberally coat your hair) into the palm of your hand.
  • Mix the Afri-berry’s cold pressed coconut oil with your colouring herbs and apply as you normally would.
  • Once colour has set, shampoo hair with lukewarm water to remove excess oil and colorant.
  • Wrap your hair with a shower cap or towel to let colour continue to set overnight.

 

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