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    Default Hair Knots?

    Hi friends
    I have hair till my shoulder .Recently i noticed my hair knots ,due to which i get tangles,hair fall. I don't know what i reason could be.


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    Default Re: Hair Knots?

    Hi Nittu,

    Try using hair de-tangler spray to remove knots so that you don't brush hard and have more hair fall. I tried this with my daughter's hair and it works.
    But, I have another concern with my daughter's hair, it is so dry and needs oiling. We can't use coconut oil on a regular basis as the smell lingers. I need to know is there any hair oil that we could use here without any fragrance. I checked in the stores but could not find any. Please share any info on this if any of you know.


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    Default Re: Hair Knots?

    Most Hair oil has fragrance... Many people dont like coconut oil smell... In India we get bajaj almond oil drops hair oil... its non sticky and has very mild fragrance...


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    Default Re: Hair Knots?

    Quote Originally Posted by kalavati View Post
    Hi Nittu,

    Try using hair de-tangler spray to remove knots so that you don't brush hard and have more hair fall. I tried this with my daughter's hair and it works.
    But, I have another concern with my daughter's hair, it is so dry and needs oiling. We can't use coconut oil on a regular basis as the smell lingers. I need to know is there any hair oil that we could use here without any fragrance. I checked in the stores but could not find any. Please share any info on this if any of you know.
    Hello there, yes coconut oil has some smell but its worth it because it gives hair the best treatment.. you can try adding rosemary oil to eliminate some of the smell... for hair loss treatment, you can check out best hair loss treatments on the web.
    You can also try what i always do with my waist length hair, here:
    1. Massage extra virgin coconut oil on your remaining hair and scalp (make sure that it penetrates your scalp) just massage, never use comb..
    2. wrap it with hot towel then cover with shower cap
    3. rinse off with a little shampoo and lots of conditioner (preferably one w/ coco milk)
    4. PAT dry your hair, never rub with towel...
    5. use wide tooth comb till it gets a bit dry...no irons or blow dryer pls...
    With this, im sure you'll regain strength for remaining hair and eliminate hair loss...
    hope this helps...give me a feedback then


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    Default Re: Hair Knots?

    Quote Originally Posted by dale91 View Post
    Hello there, yes coconut oil has some smell but its worth it because it gives hair the best treatment.. you can try adding rosemary oil to eliminate some of the smell... for hair loss treatment, you can check out best hair loss treatments on the web.
    You can also try what i always do with my waist length hair, here:
    1. Massage extra virgin coconut oil on your remaining hair and scalp (make sure that it penetrates your scalp) just massage, never use comb..
    2. wrap it with hot towel then cover with shower cap
    3. rinse off with a little shampoo and lots of conditioner (preferably one w/ coco milk)
    4. PAT dry your hair, never rub with towel...
    5. use wide tooth comb till it gets a bit dry...no irons or blow dryer pls...
    With this, im sure you'll regain strength for remaining hair and eliminate hair loss...
    hope this helps...give me a feedback then
    Thanks a lot dale ...let me follow and tell u the results soon!


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    Default Re: Hair Knots?

    That's a nice thing to do Nittu... will really wait if you get good results...


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