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Saturday, May 1, 2010

Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil Hair Treatment- Review/Giveaways

Tropical Traditions is so fantastic, they sent me another of their 
wonderful products to review. 
This time I reviewed their Virgin Coconut Oil Hair Treatment.
I put some on our 7 year old 30 minutes before her shower. Since she has been having some
dry scalp issues I rubbed it on the dry areas of her scalp. She showered and washed her hair as usual.
 The next morning she felt relief from her itchy, dry scalp condition. Her hair was shiny and soft too.
I have been using it on my own hair and I am satisfied with the results, I tend to have dry 
hair and I worked the coconut oil onto the ends of my hair as suggested. I left it on for about 30 minutes and washed my hair as usual. I have been doing this Oil Hair Treatment 
weekly and the results have been fantastic.I love the way my hair feel and looks, especially now while I am pregnant. I have also used this on my belly when I feel a bit itchy from my skin stretching. It has definitely provided my skin great relief from itchiness that I usually have during pregnancy. 
I am very happy with the overall results.

Referral Program: Tropical Traditions has a great referral program that anyone can take part in! Once you have placed your initial order, you are then eligible to earn free products by referring your friends or blog readers to them as well.
About the founders:
The founders of Tropical Traditions are Brian and Marianita Shilhavy.
Brian W. Shilhavy, BA, MA
Brian earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible/Greek from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, and his Master of Arts degree in linguistics from Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. He is currently the CEO of Tropical Traditions, Inc.
Marianita Jader Shilhavy, BS, CND (Certified Nutritionist/Dietician in the Philippines) earned her bachelor of science degree in nutrition in Manila. Understanding the nutrition of Filipino foods, Marianita worked for over eight years as a hospital dietician and nutritional counselor in the Philippines.
In 1998 Brian and Marianita returned to the Philippines with their three children and renovated Marianita's old family farmhouse. By this time the coconut industry was severely depressed due to the negative U.S. campaigns against tropical oils in the 1980s and 1990s. Coconut farmers could no longer support their families on the income generated from harvesting coconuts.
  
WHERE TO BUY THIS:

If you would like to purchase Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil Hair Treatment, you can to this directly from their website. If you decide to purchase be sure to use my referral code: 5771517
so that you can automatically receive a
Virgin Coconut Oil Book on your first time order!

Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions 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.

The wonderful people at Tropical Traditions have so generously 
provided a 1 pint (16 FL. oz.) - glass jar
of the same Virgin Coconut Oil Hair Treatment for one of 
my fantastic readers to enjoy for themselves! 
If you would like to purchase this or any of their products for yourself, visit their website. 


How to Enter:

Leave a comment telling my why 
you would like to win this prize. 
 As always make sure your email address is included in your first comment
(this is a safe format: myemailaddress at yahoomail dot com)
or that it is somewhere on your blog or blogger profile, if I can't email you
I will have to pick another person!


Want MORE ENTRIES?


After you have completed the first entry, you are qualified for additional entries.

HERE'S HOW:
  • Mention this giveaway on your blog with a linking to this post, tell me
you blogged in a comment. (5 extra entries)

Check out Tropical Tradition's Free Coconut
Recipe website
found here:
http://www.freecoconutrecipes.com/index.htm.
At this website you will see the many different ways coconut can be used in cooking!
Pick your favorite recipe and leave me a comment with what it is. (1 entry)
  • If you are one of my FEEPS...
(follow any of my blogs you get 3 extra entries per blog followed)
  • You only have to mention which blog(s) you follow ONCE...
I will count in the extra entries!
  • (I follow all 3 blogs or I follow The Polynesian Kitchen is just fine.)

(Follow all three: The Mama Hood, The Mama Hoods Goods,
The Polynesian Kitchen - you automatically get 9 extra entries)


To earn even more entries, you may do one or all of the following.
Each one of these count as 1 extra ticket but you must leave a separate comment for each one.
  • Place my button in your sidebar.
This giveaway will end on May 5th, 2010 at midnight. (MST)

GOOD LUCK!



41 comments:

  1. I would like to win because it says that it prevents hair damage and I style my hair a lot.

    miryfaye at yahoo dot com

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  2. 1. I blogged this giveaway.

    http://letswinblogsweeps.blogspot.com/2010/05/tropical-traditions-virgin-coconut-oil.html

    miryfaye at yahoo dot com

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  3. 2. I blogged this giveaway.

    http://letswinblogsweeps.blogspot.com/2010/05/tropical-traditions-virgin-coconut-oil.html

    miryfaye at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  4. 3. I blogged this giveaway.

    http://letswinblogsweeps.blogspot.com/2010/05/tropical-traditions-virgin-coconut-oil.html

    miryfaye at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  5. 5. I blogged this giveaway.

    http://letswinblogsweeps.blogspot.com/2010/05/tropical-traditions-virgin-coconut-oil.html

    miryfaye at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  6. 4. I blogged this giveaway.

    http://letswinblogsweeps.blogspot.com/2010/05/tropical-traditions-virgin-coconut-oil.html

    miryfaye at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  7. 1. I follow The Mama Hoods Goods

    miryfaye at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  8. 3. I follow The Mama Hoods Goods

    miryfaye at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  9. 2. I follow The Mama Hoods Goods

    miryfaye at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  10. I follow Tropical Traditions on twitter.

    miryfaye at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  11. I follow you on twitter.

    miryfaye at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  12. Would like to win bc this would be great to use with the humid summer coming up!
    Thanks for the chance!
    smilefest (at) yahoo (dot) com

    ReplyDelete
  13. twitter follower of Trop Tradition
    name is smilefest
    smilefest (at) yahoo (dot) com

    ReplyDelete
  14. subscribe to Trop Tradition newsletter
    smilefest (at) yahoo (dot) com

    ***previously tried to submit, but page locked up
    ***please delete if duplicate entry

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  15. I'd love to win this prize so I can try it as a natural conditioner. I'm trying to move away from conventional conditioners.

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

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  16. I'd love to try making the Gluten Free Coconut Brownies recipe.

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

    ReplyDelete
  17. I follow all three blogs The Mama Hood, The Mama Hoods Goods, The Polynesian Kitchen for 9 extra entries!

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

    ReplyDelete
  18. Follow you on Twitter @matt4melis

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

    ReplyDelete
  19. Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter @matt4melis

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

    ReplyDelete
  20. Subscribe to Tropical Traditions Newsletter

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

    ReplyDelete
  21. I'd like to win because having nice hair is always a plus :)

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  22. I'd like to win because my hair's real dry and rough and I'm always looking for new treatment to try and help :)

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  23. My favorite recipe from the site is the Oatmeal Cinnamon Raisin Pancakes Recipe!

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  24. I follow you on twitter as "calidreamin87"

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  25. I'm a fan of The Mama Hoods Goods on FACEBOOK.

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  26. I subscribe to Tropical Traditions Newsletter.

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  27. Tropical Traditions products are great; I'd love to try this one!

    brewcrew27(at)comcast(dot)net

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  28. Carol GochenourMay 5, 2010 at 9:34 AM

    I subscribe to Tropical Traditions Newsletter.

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  29. I would like to win because my daughter has kinky curly hair & I could use something like this in her hair to help tame it.

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  30. I subscribe to Tropical Traditions Newsletter.

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  31. Would love to try it on my hair.

    rollerbeth at gmail dot com

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  32. Great recipe on their site:
    Gluten Free Poppy Seed Apple Coconut Loaf

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  33. I'm a fan of The Mama Hoods Goods on FACEBOOK

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  34. I don't have a Twitter account, but I am a fan of Tropical Traditions on Facebook ;)

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  35. I'd love to use this because I want to start using a completely natural conditioner.

    socorrokpa at yahoo dot com

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  36. I subscribe to the TT newsletter.

    socorrokpa at yahoo dot com

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  37. I'd really like to try making the Dutch Baby or Triple Coconut Rice recipes.

    socorrokpa at yahoo dot com

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  38. I could use it for my damaged hair my hair is frizzy and damaged from coloring thanks for the chance eaglesforjack@gmail.com

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  39. i subscribe to the tropical newsletter

    ReplyDelete

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