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    Default Suddenly dry, frizzy hair

    I've been using moo goo for about a year now and i've always loved it as it leaves my hair soft, shiney and glossy. Not so much anymore. 2 questions: could it be pregnancy related? (just my luck that I would not only NOT get lovely skin, but not get lovely hair either. Hrmph) and what's something natural and not expensive that i can use to get it back to being lovely?

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    I haven't tried it myself but I've heard great things about coconut oil! There's heaps about it online if you want to have a look around. Has loads of other uses too

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    since being pregnant my hair has become the exact same. It doesnt matter what i fo it seems to just be yuck

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    Just wanted to thank you, green mamma! Got some coconut oil today and it's the bomb!

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    No worries! Glad it helped, I can't wait to get some myself

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    try argan oil so good for dry hair!

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    Moroccan oil


 

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