I Challenge You! (Coconut Oil Challenge)

Read details on products and the link for more info on oil rinsing below!

The Challenge:
Leave-in a product with coconut oil at least 6x a week
Oil rinse with only oils containing coconut
Duration: Four Months
Twitter: GlitterNinja007 (personal Twitter, not just for the blog)
Hashtags: #cochallenge #qftpc

More on oil rinsing in my Three Cs video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGG7zh…

Products Containing Coconut Oil:
ReVe Hair and Body Moisturizer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yl6oPu…
ReVe Hair and Body Butter
Tropical Traditions Organic Hair Oils:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ST6_Ow…
B.A.S.K. Beauty Cupuacu Coco-Nilla Bean Body Oil Drizzle
Darcy’s Botanicals Sweet Cocoa Bean Smoothing Cream:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rW8Tg8…
Bee Mine Luscious Balanced Cream Moisturizer
Beija Flor Naturals Creme Brulee: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYfvAb… (Omg, this review is SO OLD)
Elle’s Mix: Broccoli, Coconut, Rice Bran, Sunflower oils with Blueberry Muffin Fragrance Oil
Coconut Oil (Unrefined or Virgin)

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2 thoughts on “I Challenge You! (Coconut Oil Challenge)

  1. Toni-Jan Ifill says:

    Hey Elle,

    I heard you say that when your hair is wet it’s in its weakest state… (maybe I heard or understood this wrong), however I’ve constantly heard (and experienced) that natural hair is strongest when it’s wet… can you explain please?
    Also what products did you use to push growth and are those products specific to your hair type? Are there any general products (apart from castor oil) that stimulates hair growth?
    Lastly (I know a lot of questions) have you ever used the blended beauty line? and what are your thoughts on it?

    PS I have fine semi-low porosity tightly coiled hair (the type that makes a circle when you pull it out)

    Thanks much.


    • Elle says:

      Numbering answers so they’re easier to see 🙂
      1. Hair is definitely weakest when wet. While we don’t detangle on dry hair because that would result in a LOT of breakage b/c our curls need an oil or conditioner to help comb through, when our hair is wet, the hydrogen bonds are broken, and they reform once dry. I recommend checking out The Natural Haven for additional information.
      2. I don’t use products for hair growth; I have done a few reviews, but never saw a notable difference.
      3. No, I’ve never used Blended Beauty. If you are looking for a review on a specific brand, I recommend doing a quick search on the blog. I’ve pretty much reviewed all the brands I have used.

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