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Topical monolaurin enhances absorption

Discussion in 'Alternative Treatments' started by Jacob, Jun 15, 2011.

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    The pdf on the hair/scalp conditioner states:
    Some more on monolaurin I've posted in the past..that make monolaurin, imo, a good topical ingred:

     
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    Ended up purchasing that "Dandruff Defense"..used it this morning. It's like water, so it could easily be used as a topical(they even say to rinse lightly..even so that some remains on the scalp). I think from now on I'll towel dry my hair and then apply it like a topical...let it sit for a good 5-10 minutes..then rinse if I'll be using a topical or just leave it on if I'm not. The bottle will last me a looooong time that way.

    Reminded me of Inflamil..how it felt on my scalp. Noticed it for quite some time after rinsing as well. Some of you ACV fans may be interested in this..no vinegar smell either :shock:
     

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