Tropical Traditions Organic Hair Oil Giveaway *CLOSED*

I told you how I liked the Tropical Traditions Organic Hair Oil, now it’s your turn to check it out for yourself.  This oil is “made from the finest organic oils available” and comes scented in lavender, rosemary or unscented.  The nice folks at Tropical Traditions have agreed to sponsor a giveaway for 1 lucky winner!

To be eligible to win you must do the following:

Bonus entry:

Contest is open to residents in the US and Canada. Contest begins Wed 11/30/2011 and ends Saturday 12/10/2011.  Maximum number of contest entries is 2 (two), additional comments or tweets will not count for multiple entries.  Winner will be notified via email used to leave comment and/or twitter or facebook.  Winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize else it will be forfeit and a new winner selected. 

For more info on the benefits of coconut oil, sales and coupons subscribe to TT newsletter: http://www.tropicaltraditions.com/subscribe_for_special_sales.cfm.

Disclaimer: TropicalTraditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose.  Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.

UPDATE: THE GIVEAWAY WINNER IS KRISTEN REESE, CONGRATS KRISTEN!!!

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28 thoughts on “Tropical Traditions Organic Hair Oil Giveaway *CLOSED*

  1. I would use it as a leave in conditioner for experimenting as well. Since I am still looking for a good leave in conditioner and since I love coconut oil in my hair and my hair loves it I would love to try this product to see how it turns out.

  2. I liked both pages on FB, followed both accounts on Twitter, and tweeted about the contest. My handle is @NolaGyrlChi.

    I think I want to use it as a pre-poo and maybe a leave-in. I’d have to experiment.

    Charla W.
    genaii10@gmail.com

  3. Hi! I would love to try this as a shine serum!!! And I liked Tropical Traditions (I already liked DCN) and I tweeted about it!

  4. I would use the oil like you did for your son. I wet my hair in the morning and then apply oil, which ever I grab for the day. I would love to try this instead. It sounds like a good product. I like how you broke the cost down to $5 a month, using good organic products can be expensive. I would also use it as a body oil but only a little. Thanks for a wonderful Blog, I look forward to reading your reviews and seeing the pictures. Olivia (Happy and Natural Nurse)

  5. I would use these oils as a pre-poo treatment by themselves either for an hour before I shampoo or leave them in overnight and wash them out in the morning.

  6. i commented on the actual review but I will do it again!!! I want to use it as a hot oil treatment because my heir loves these treratments. It make my hair feel like paradise lol

  7. I too have high porosity dry hair, like your son. But like you, my hair hasn’t been very receptive to using coconut oil. With that said, I’d likely use it as a hot-oil treatment before I shampoo. But given that it has a jojoba oil base, I may try it as a leave-in as well to see if it affects my hair the same as your son.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  9. I would definitely use it as a pre-poo. My hair has a tendency towards dryness no matter what I put on it. This sounds like it could do the trick.

  10. I would love to win this product, I will use this product as part of my pre-poo treatment. I will also use this products as my weekly hot oil treatment and lastly, I would use this product as a hair sealant to keep the moisture levels where they should be.

  11. I like you both on FB (Mari Doug) and read the review. I’d use it as a leave in conditioner. I’m curious about Rosemary since it is supposed to help with hair loss.

    runningmatey at hotmail dot com

  12. I would like to try…the TT as a leave-in. Like you, I find oil spots on my pillow and dry hair in the morning. It sounds as though this product may be the answer to my nighttime regime dilemma. Please select me as the winner!

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