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My MIL made me use virgin olive oil... before a bath. So I had to apply it on thick... massage well and leave for an hour or two. Then after wash it off with warm water.  All the curls came off my hair.  I got lovely straight hair. I use coconut oil in the same way.  Apply... massage and waah off. I leave baby oil on. I use some everyday. Not on scalp but on hair. 

24 minutes ago, simran345 said:

Thanks penji, but can’t use the ones you’ve mentioned, due to health problems,  thus I’m asking about olive oil, as that’s the only one I can use or any other. I don’t like the smell of mustard oil. Or there’s baby oil? 

Has anybody used olive oil on their hair? 

 

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22 minutes ago, simran345 said:

Thanks penji, but can’t use the ones you’ve mentioned, due to health problems,  thus I’m asking about olive oil, as that’s the only one I can use or any other. I don’t like the smell of mustard oil. Or there’s baby oil? 

Has anybody used olive oil on their hair? 

Can you use Neem Oil? Its really good. It controls dandruff and moisturises hair.

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5 minutes ago, 5akaalsingh said:

I used it some years back. Quite relaxing, but you"ll need to wash your hair 3-4 times because it smells! (never use it after washing)

Thanks for reminding us! Loll ALWAYS use before a bath!

To be fair it does smell nice though. And it's very cooling.

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I use conditioner sometimes.  Hair seems to get straighter. 

Cucumbers contain silica which strengthens hair. Paneer, seeds and nuts are good for hair too. 

Body wash gels are not as harsh as shampoo.  

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3 minutes ago, MrDoaba said:

Thanks for reminding us! Loll ALWAYS use before a bath!

To be fair it does smell nice though. And it's very cooling.

How many hours do you sleep? You are everpresent here?

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8 minutes ago, 5akaalsingh said:

(idk what crap they selling you in the UK labeling it olive oil lol)

And we sell very good crap sir! :grin

You can get premium quality oil from some places. Have to look for the PDO mark.

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21 minutes ago, MrDoaba said:

Ji haan. I've used the cooking one lots of times. Don't use baby oil.

Thanks paji, you’re not joking about this are you ? I’m getting used to your jokes, and I’ll probably  won’t be able to tell when you’re joking or serious. 😒. (Btw, you’re funny). 

Baby oil I used to use for a bit, but can’t remember what it did.

18 minutes ago, MrDoaba said:

Or try this one, you can get from most desi shops:

I don’t know, I don’t like getting from desi stores, I think it’s trust thing going on, if it’s ok or not. 

8 minutes ago, 5akaalsingh said:

Yeah, my father works in an  oil factory here in Greece, So my mother used to put it (when I was smaller) on my hair.

Thanks paji, was it the one you use for cooking or other type. 

 

9 minutes ago, 5akaalsingh said:

Does anybody use conditioner, by the way?

I use conditioner, but if I’m using oil, there’s a build up of moisture there anyways so when I was oiling, I left the conditioner, just seemed like I was conditioning it twice. Plus oil takes ages to rinse out. 

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I can’t read Hindi, ki likhea? 

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1 minute ago, sikhni777 said:

How many hours do you sleep? You are everpresent here?

Life of true Gyani. Eat little. Sleep little. Talk lots.

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Just now, MrDoaba said:

Life of true Gyani. Eat little. Sleep little. Talk lots.

You mean type lots. Which Guru said that as keyboards were non existent. Or could they see the future clearly and said that secretly?

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10 minutes ago, sikhni777 said:

My MIL made me use virgin olive oil... before a bath. So I had to apply it on thick... massage well and leave for an hour or two. Then after wash it off with warm water.  All the curls came off my hair.  I got lovely straight hair.

Thanks penji, is it the same as the cooking one in the stores? 

2 minutes ago, MrDoaba said:

And we sell very good crap sir!

Hahahaha 

 

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Just now, simran345 said:

Thanks penji, is it the same as the cooking one in the stores? 

Hahahaha 

 

Its the same bhenji. Bad smell though. You could choose the lighter version.

There Is one for hair which Is lighter and less stickier. I used bottles to massage my son on the body when he was younger.

 

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3 minutes ago, MrDoaba said:

Life of true Gyani. Eat little. Sleep little. Talk lots.

 

ਲਬੁ ਲੋਭੁ ਅਹੰਕਾਰੁ ਤਜਿ ਤ੍ਰਿਸਨਾ ਬਹੁਤੁ ਨਾਹੀ ਬੋਲਣਾ ॥

lab lobh ahankaar thaj thrisanaa bahuth naahee bolanaa |

They renounce greed, avarice, egotism and desire; they do not talk too much.

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10 minutes ago, simran345 said:

Thanks paji, you’re not joking about this are you ? I’m getting used to your jokes, and I’ll probably  won’t be able to tell when you’re joking or serious. 😒. (Btw, you’re funny). 

Baby oil I used to use for a bit, but can’t remember what it did.

Loll no I'm being serious. Just make sure it hasn't been used, obviously.

10 minutes ago, simran345 said:

I don’t know, I don’t like getting from desi stores, I think it’s trust thing going on, if it’s ok or not.

Rehn de pher. You do get loads of crap from there. I bought a tin of saag once and it was literally green water. Thinner than daal. Had to drink it out the koli. (I'm being serious)

10 minutes ago, simran345 said:

I can’t read Hindi, ki likhea? 

Navratan

Ayurvedic Tail

Tanda

1 Araamdaar

Jarhi - bootiyon ke saath

Rahat - Araam - Tarotajani (I think)

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2 minutes ago, sikhni777 said:

Its the same bhenji. Bad smell though. You could choose the lighter version.

There Is one for hair which Is lighter and less stickier. I used bottles to massage my son on the body when he was younger.

 

Thanks penji, I haven’t smelled it whilst cooking. Olive oil smells? I’ll take the sniff test lol and let you know. 

Which brand did you use for your son, olive oil? 

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8 minutes ago, sikhni777 said:

You mean type lots. Which Guru said that as keyboards were non existent. Or could they see the future clearly and said that secretly?

Depends on the arth phenji.

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