Hair Growth - Growing Back Edges with Emu Oil - Update 1

Sunday, June 14, 2009

I know, I know, I deserve a good hiding for being slow on the updates! I'm sorry ... Exams have been murder! They went well though, thank you for asking. But I'm definately glad it's all over and I can get back into some serious hair growing.

Ok, back on topic. So I've been applying the emu oil to my edges (and to most of my hair for sealing) every other day ... I'd say on three or four days per week. I'm really pleased with the results so far and will continue to do this for the full three months. So before y'all start wishing you could just post up the "this post is worthless without pics" emoticon, I'll just save you the trouble lol. Here they are:

Right Side Edges
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This side is worse than the left side - I think it's because it's the side I sleep on????


Left Side Edges:



I think both sides are coming along nicely : )

Now, I'll just say this. I'm not saying that everyone should go out and buy Emu Oil, I'm not saying it's a miracle in a bottle and will grow your hair back overnight. I've done a lot of research on Emu Oil and I found that it has properties which would be beneficial to my stressed edges. You can read about those properties in the first Growing Back Edges with Emu Oil post. It seems to be working really well for ME and it might not work for you. I'm just DOCUMENTING and sharing my experiences.

I'm really happy with the progress and hopefully it continues to grow this well over the remaining 2 months.

So.... go on, add your 2 cents! I'd love do hear your thoughts on this.

3 comments:

Mrs. Nichols on July 9, 2009 at 11:11 AM said...

Hi lady!

I find this post helpful. I've been trying to grow back my edges ever since this maniac braided my hair too tightly around the edges a while back. I haven't really did any research on what to use. Dr. Miracle's Nape & Temple Balm hasn't shown me any miracles! But then again, I can't say that I've been faithful to it. I'll look into this Emu Oil. I'm happy it works well for you. Hopefully it'll do the same for me =)

Urban on October 24, 2009 at 12:06 AM said...

Hi Mrs. Nichols!

I apologise for the late reply! I'm really glad the post was helpful to you. I know what you mean about tight braids. Never again! I've read comments from other ladies who've had good experiences with the Dr. Miracle's Nape & Temple Balm. But I guess not everything works for everybody. I really hope you had better luck with the Emu oil. Have you tried it yet? I'd really love to know if it's working for you : )

HyunChard on October 29, 2010 at 1:36 PM said...

Same here. At first I was afraid to undergo permanent hair removal due to the feedback I got from my friends that It's too painful. They added it feels like hell to be waxed. But then I tried it and thought if it really hurts, I might kill the aesthetician, lol. Na.. the truth is I walked in the clinic with legs crossed. But then when I finally experienced waxing, its not the same as what they've told me earlier. I can withstand the pain and impressed with the result. So that's it.

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