As she read the ingredients of the Tropical Roots' growth oil, she mentioned Canola oil. That got me thinking, wait a minute, canola oil??? I know that extra virgin olive oil is good for the hair, but I didn't know that canola oil was also a good moisturizing product. Gosh! I cook with canola oil all the time ... what have I been missing. As I researched, I found the following information about canola oil from this website:
According to the "Alternative Field Crops Manual," canola oil is high in both oil and protein-- two ingredients that play a role in restoring hair's health.
So, let's see how many oils I now use for my hair,....and I do have a good reason for each and every one of these oils. LOL!!
Here is my list from most important and used to least.
Jojoba oil check!
Coconut oil check!
Vitamin E oil check!
Wild Growth oil check!
BB Growth oil check!
Tea tree oil check!
EV Olive oil check!
Grapeseed oil check!
Almond oil check!
Orange oil check!
Should I add canola oil to this evergrowing list? I am on the bench about this. Actually, I don't think I will be doing this. I just ordered Jamaican Black Castor Oil and excited about trying it for my edges. This will probably be replacing Dr Miracle Temple and Nape balm that I currently use. I will keep you all updated regarding this product once I start testing it.
So, what is the one oil that you can't live without? How has oils help improve the health of your hair?