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What is Pre Poo-ing?
Pre poo is short for pre shampoo treatment which usually includes oils of your choice that are applied to your hair before shampooing. You can also add conditioner to your pre poo mixture. If you think about it, pre poo-ing is basically washing your hair in reverse.
How I Pre Poo My Hair
Ingredients and Supplies:
- Palmer's Coconut Oil Formula
- Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil
- Great Value Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1. Place conditioner in bowl
2. Place small amount of extra virgin
olive oil in bowl
3. Place coconut oil in bowl
4. Mix all ingredients together until
5. Lather scalp and hair with pre poo
mixture and place a shower cap on
your hair. When I took my hair out
of the box braids, I let the pre poo
mixture stay in my hair for an hour
and a half, but usually I let it stay in
my hair for about 30 minutes.
6. After I pre poo my hair, I wash my
hair with shampoo, and let my hair air dry.
7. After my hair is dry, it feels so soft and
moisturized. I don't always want to pre poo my
hair, but the results are well worth it.
Do you pre poo your hair? What products do you use?
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This is a great post Pilar!! I've heard such good things about using coconut oil for hair. I really need to try something like this!! My hair is so dry and damaged. I usually don't do stuff like this to my hair because it makes to too soft the next day and then it work style LOL (first world problems), but I really should do it on a night where I know I won't be going any where the next day or something. I never thought to mix conditioner with the oils either, that's a great idea!!
this is so interesting
thanks for sharing
Great ingredient to make your hair healthy and shiny.
This is such an informative post! I've never tried to pre poo my hair, but I've heard it works well to keep healthy hair. I'm going to try this mixture on my hair. Thanks for sharing!
This is such a great tip! Will definitely try out! Thanks for sharing love :)
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Thanks Ashley! I know what you mean my hair can also become dry as well as frizzy! I read and heard so many people raving about this process so I decided to give it try and it's worked well for my hair. The oils are really beneficial for helping me maintain healthy hair. If you try this process reduce the amount of oils you use if you don't want your hair to be too soft for styling the next day. A little of both oils goes a long way!
Thanks and you're welcome!
Thanks Marie and you're welcome! I hope this hair process works for you!
Thanks Charu and you're welcome! I hope this hair care process works for you!
I do something similar, I did a post on it a while ago. I use conditioner(I'm using the Ganier one in the yellow packaging now), coconut oil and I use Black Castor Oil or Olive Oil if I'm out of that. I usually leave it in my hair for a good portion of the day then wash as usual. Great pre poo treatment!!
Thanks Andrea! I remember your post! I heard castor oil was good for hair too. I would like to try that next. I also heard leaving the pre poo mixture in your hair for most of the day also helps with maintaining healthy hair. Good tip!
I had to laugh Pilar, because I didn't know what pre poo meant! I was like, I'm so glad Pilar explained it. HAHAHA This sounds awesome. I need to give it a try.
You know I never though of doing this before, may need to do this :)
Haha! Thanks Kim! When I first heard of pre poo I was like " huh?! what is a pre poo" lol. It's really a great way to keep your hair healthy!
Pre poo-ing your has a lot of healthy benefits for your hair!
Nice home remedy for the hair. I don't pre poo my hair. My hair trends to get oily to fast. But now I know why your hair always looks fabulous.
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