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There is no medical evidence to suggest coconut oil promotes hair growth. Although it doesn't promote hair growth, coconut oil makes an excellent pre-shampoo conditioner that helps keep hair healthy. More »

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Coconut oil does not directly stop hair from thinning or encourage growth, according to Healthline. It does act as an excellent moisturizer for the scalp and hair, and is helpful in soothing eczema and psoriasis. Both ar... More »

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Contrary to popular belief, coconut oil does not stimulate the regrowth of hair, states Healthline. There have never been any studies from credible sources that prove coconut oil is capable of stimulating hair regrowth. More »

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