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October 26, 2009

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I use all of the mentioned and you are sooooo right. Olive oil=love. I use that stuff for EVERYTHING. Holla!

A friend of mine says she's been using olive oil instead of lotion or body butter. Now I love my Cocoa Body Butter from The Body Shop. There is none like it on all the earth. But, she says she's been using the olive oil for months now and she loves it. I use it for cooking, for my hair, and for some products that I make but I never thought about substituting it for lotion or body butter.

I agree with all of it. Im all about the natural too. olive oil and sheabutter are my number one staples for hair and skin. good post.

You are definitely right! Thanks for the advice, go natural!

Peter Harman

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