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Apricot Castor Oil Review – Sealing In Moisture

Apricot Castor Oil Review – Sealing In Moisture

Below is a YouTube video of a happy user of Thirsty Roots™ Apricot Castor Oil, explaining how she uses the oil to seal in moisture in her hair and how soft it is due to this process.

Definition of Sealing:

(Seal the Ends) To apply product to the ends of the hair to keep them moisturized and limit breakage. The choice of method is to use a water-based moisturizer (conditioner or cream that has water as its first ingredient), and then seal with a butter or oil.

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Thirsty Roots Apricot Castor Oil Review

This is my own experience with this product. Results may vary.

I purchased this product with my own money. This is not in any way a paid endorsement.

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Our goal is to share the beauty of Afro-textured hair and to have a place where we can come together to get examples, advice, and information of black hair growth and hairstyles. Whether you have permed, pressed, or natural hair it's still black hair and it's beautiful.

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  • I love this Apricot Castor oil, it makes my hair very soft. To save time when I’m twisting my hair, I mix it with my Au natural moisturizing souffle…works well together and the scents compliment each other.

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