Is COCONUT OIL A Protein Treatment for NATURAL HAIR + Hair TIPS

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You’ve heard of coconut oil for hair growth, coconut oil prepoo treatment, coconut oil as deep conditioning natural hair all of this is possible with coconut oil. However, coconut oil as a protein treatment, is that true or nawt? In this #Napchat video I discuss if coconut oil has protein in and it if can be a protein treatment for our natural hair. I also give hair tips on ways to use coconut oil for those that are sensitive to it. So is COCONUT OIL A Protein Treatment for NATURAL HAIR?

Warning if you have been told you are allergic to coconut oil please do not use coconut oil at all. If you watch this video let it be simplely for entertainment and knowledge NOT TO USE COCONUT OIL YOURSELF. If you are allergic then try extra virgin olive oil.


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