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Originally posted by GoldieLocks GoldieLocks wrote:

I'm curious to know if anyone who's hair is a blonde color or has ash tones; has used this treatment? It to me ages to tone all of the reds and golds out of my ash blonde hair... I'd cry if the molasses put it back in LOL
 
I read in a few places that it does darken hair color and adds copper tones. I had to stop using BSM on my hair because of that. 
oops... I guess I can't use this one either because I dont want orange hair. I will drink some though Tongue
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You can enjoy a very soothing bath that gives your skin with the nutrients it needs while pampering yourself. With essential acids, Argan oil brings you closer to a healthier skin. This oil wonder is also safe for babies! It also answers post-pregnancy concerns such as stretch marks through increasing the skin's cell regeneration.


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Originally posted by Ricky Martin Ricky Martin wrote:

You can enjoy a very soothing bath that gives your skin with the nutrients it needs while pampering yourself. With essential acids, Argan oil brings you closer to a healthier skin. This oil wonder is also safe for babies! It also answers post-pregnancy concerns such as stretch marks through increasing the skin's cell regeneration.




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I guess there are lots of things that have amino acids, oils, etc that could potentially be good for the hair.  The question I always ask though is if it's the best option, and does it cause a mess or smell.< id="_npwlo" ="applicationpwlo" height="0">
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I'd like to try this. My hair breaks like crazy and I've been natural since birth and can't get past NL Unhappy Where can I purchase?? Would a regular grocery store have it??
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my hair have been breaking off lately I am going to try this solution and see if it help stop this problem whenever I do this I will update this post
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How do you know if it works or not if you mix everything except the kitchen sink with the molasses?

Why do sister put many products on their hair, then complain about breakage?

We clean our face daily and if you don't it breaks out, same thing applies to hair. 

If you continue to do the same thing over and over then expect a different outcome, that is insanity.

Weekly clarifying the hair is important to get all the product out, otherwise you are just piling stuff on top of stuff, then wonder why the hair is breaking.  Less is more!
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Molasses does not have protein.


An Iron-Rich Food

Molasses offers health benefits because of its iron content. A single tablespoon contains 0.94 milligram of iron, which is 12 percent of the recommended daily intake for men and 5 percent for women. Iron helps your body make ATP, a chemical source of fuel for your cells; your body also incorporates iron into red blood cells, where it can aid in oxygen transport. Consuming iron-rich foods, like molasses, can prevent the fatigue linked to iron deficiency.

Copper for Energy

Eat molasses and you'll also boost your copper intake. Copper helps you use iron, and like iron, copper fuels your day-to-day activities by helping to produce energy. It supports the health of your immune system, strengthens your bones and plays a role in brain function. Copper also has a protective effect on your cells, shielding them from free radicals, which would otherwise induce DNA damage. A tablespoon of molasses provides you with 97 micrograms, which is 11 percent of the recommended daily copper intake.

Magnesium Booster

Reach for molasses to boost your magnesium intake. Each tablespoon offers 48 milligrams of magnesium -- 11 percent and 15 percent of the recommended daily magnesium intakes for men and women, respectively. Magnesium helps you metabolize other nutrients, including copper and zinc, and maintains healthy bones. Like copper and iron, it helps you produce energy, and magnesium also activates enzymes essential for good health. Getting enough magnesium in your diet might also support good mental health because low magnesium can disrupt your natural brain chemistry.


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