Andrea Bobby

Andrea is a lifelong practitioner and certified Teacher of Yoga from the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram in Kerala, India. As well as being the founder, creator and author of Body Mind Light and a Brand Ambassador for yoga clothing lines, she also teaches private classes in Sivananda Yoga in Toronto, Canada.

16 Responses

  1. Anna says:

    Oh! That is actually what I will need to use. My hair is naturally very dry, so using coconut oil should help to enrich my hair and make it shine.
    Can you use it on colored hair?
    Can I add some other oils to it? Like orange oil? Or it is better to use pure coconut mask?

    • Andrea Bobby says:

      Yes, you can use it on coloured or treated hair for sure. It may fade the colour over time, but it will definitely make the hair healthier.
      I prefer to use a pure coconut oil mask myself. But you can certainly mix it with essential oils (such as rosemary, lavender or orange for example) and even add apple cider vinegar!

  2. Will says:

    Great article, really informative. Thank you for listing out the steps to using coconut oil in such great detail. My girlfriend actually uses coconut oil in her hair and she swears by it, mainly for the strengthening and improved shine. I didn’t realize there were so many other benefits, I’ll have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Ronnie Jordan says:

    This sounds like a good way to get nice looking hair. I like natural products. When I see the Hollywood stars, you can rest assure that their stylist is using this type of product. Their hair just shines when you see them in movies or interviews.

  4. Esther says:

    Loved it! I’ve actually been using coconut oil wrongly 🙁 I wet my hair first then use it. That explains why I haven’t seen any change to my hair. Thank you for sharing this.

  5. I have long black hair and certainly, this coconut oil treatment will help me ensure its shine and volume. I love articles like this that explains natural treatment, especially for health and beauty. I’ll definitely add this to my weekly routine. Nicely done! Bookmarked your site for further references. 🙂

  6. Marcus says:

    This website is so indulging! Great information written and I love the logo! Love how you’re diverting selling products from your website related to your articles. Looks professional and great use of imagery.
    Keep up the great work! 🙂
    MM

  7. mercy says:

    Thank you so much for the great article, I have some pattern baldness on my head do you think the coconut oil will help me, Thank you again for sharing this great article.

  8. Lace says:

    I love coconut and the many benefits it boasts. Organic, raw and cold pressed – yes! Unfortunately, it isn’t good match for my hair at all. It causes crazy frizz for mine and my daughters hair. (Apparently coconut acts as a protein in hair) we had to ditch it and the frizz has gone. I still use it for skin, teeth and eating though. Love the smell!

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