karebear110688: Omg I was considering putting a little rogaine in my oils and shampoos. Do
you think it is alright to put it in the shampoos and conditioners
1krzypraz: Once you use the Rogaine, you have to continue using it don't you? It
sounds interesting but I read somewhere that you have to continuously use
it. I will have to do some more research but great idea. If anyone knows
JourneytomyRoots: @karebear110688 Hey chica. I've been using Rogaine for years. I add it to
my moisturizers. Because it's a topical, I would probably not put it in my
shampoo/conditioner (since you'll rinse those out). That said, I think
Rogaine (Minoxidil store brand is fine)makes a shampoo/conditioner. I've
never tried it but if it's as good as the liquid topical....it must be good
JourneytomyRoots: Yes, the strong roots hair growth oil is VERY thick. :)
Monique Odom: Thank you very much. God bless.
JourneytomyRoots: @RighteousnessOfGod1 Hey chica! I'm sure it's great as a hot oil/rinse-out
treatment as well but for me, it's a great sealant. I haven't had any
problems.I don't expect you'd have any either. If you check the
ingredients, it's JBCO and allspice oil- so just another natural oil blend.
No risk there. :)
Summer Last: Just got mine, but paid way too much for it from my local beauty supply;
$16.99. It costs about $10 on Amazon and even with shipping, I don't think
it cost as much but I wanted it right away. The smell is very strong; not
pleasant but not that overpowering either. It does make my scalp tingle. I
use it after washing my hair because the follicles are open; apply to scalp
and sit under a dryer for 20 minutes or leave it in. Too early for results
but keeping fingers crossed.
ash86marie: How long did u use this product and di u like the results u seen?
Beth Daniels: Thanks for the review. I had wondered about this product. I will based on
your review and experience with your product try it out. (-:
lavirdenful: I have very thin hair and currently it is weak...how do i determine the
type of hair I have? Would this type of oil be to heavy for my hair? Can
hair focials (sp) that are non-active become active once again? My hair is
in braids right now and I want to start on a natural path once I take these
braids out...guess I need class 001
sunshyneeyes: I have cornrows am I able to use it while im doing protective styling.
jemstone0006: cool, i use a similar regiment but with different oils such as coconut,
grape seed and almond oil. you can check it out at @jemstone0006
JourneytomyRoots: @Missyplaymate3 Thanks for checking it out!
Monique Odom: hi how are you i just wanted to know if your oil was thick?
JourneytomyRoots: @jemstone0006 Awesome! I'll be sure to head over and check it out! But hey,
with ingredients like those, you can't go wrong! :)
Doublebladez: the instructions on the red pimento recommends that u was h the product
pout, but it looks like u use yours as a leave in...do u think its better
to leave it in? have u had any problems at all using it everyday?
JourneytomyRoots: @lavirdenful Hey chica. If you have thin hair, the pimento may be a bit
heavy to you. It includes jamaican black castor oil and castor oil is a
heavier oil. That said, castor oil IS good for thinning so you may want to
just use it but use it sparingly. Also try rosemary oil. It's great for
thinning hair. And lastly, while it's not natural, Rogaine is also great
for thinning hair. Pour some into your moisturizers and you can get it in
daily! Hope this helps!
QLYNTON MANIE: where can i get to buy it in the bronx new york
JourneytomyRoots: @1krzypraz Yes. Rogaine only works so long as you're using it. If you stop,
you'll no longer get the benefit. For some people this is a deterrent but
not for me. I've been using it for years. I swear by the stuff. LOL!