Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Product Review-Grapeseed Oil Is Good

Grape seed oil is a lightweight, colorless and odorless oil that has a number of uses. It can be used as a health tonic, used as a used as a cooking oil or used to moisturize the skin and hair. Because it is lighter weight than many other oils, such as olive oil, it absorbs into the skin and hair much faster, and without weighing hair down. Here is how i use grape seed hot oil treatment that is sure to leave your hair moisturized, beautiful and luxurious..
great oil for finner hair textures, and this is also one of the oils that can penetrate the hair shaft.
My Method : I use this oil as a pre-poo before my co-wash

Warm 3 tablespoons of grapeseed oil
apply to scalp and hair (on damp hair)
apply plastic cap
wrap towel around head
let sit for 30-60 minutes
Resutlts : Soft hair :o)
Other Uses :
Great oil for cooking 
Great for skincare (anti-aging)
Great for use when blowdrying or flat ironing 
Grapeseed extract accelerates hair growth 

Grape Seed Extract: 
Procyanidin oligomers are naturally derived ingredients from grape seeds that have been shown to stimulate hair growth similarly to Minoxidil (Rogaine®). Recent studies by Japanese scientists have shown that grape seed extracts possess growth stimulation activity toward hair cells. These studies suggest that the active components of grape seeds inhibit the destruction of collagen structures leading to greater overall health of the tiny capillaries that supply energy to the body’s tissues including hair.
Grape seed is available in capsules, tablets, and fluid extracts. Look for products that are standardized to 95% OPC content.


  1. I've just started using grapeseed oil on my skin and I love it better than my beloved EVOO. I have oily skin so, it's better for me.

  2. Have you tried it as a heat protectant? I think I've read somewhere that you can do that. - jmason


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