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It’s Gotta Be the Castor Oil- A Giveaway! (CLOSED)

By January 27th, 2021271 Comments
We got winners!

Clarissa
PecanCurls
Natasha
Auset Abena
VAL

Congrats divas! Get me your addresses and full names ASAP. nikki@curlynikki.com.

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The lovely folks at Qhemet Biologics saw my review and gave me 5 bottles of their delicious Castor and Moringa Softening Serum to give away! Now you can try it for yourself and hopefully report back and share your experience!

To be eligible, in the comments below, share one thing that you love about your body and why. That’s it! Let’s indulge in some superficial self-love today πŸ™‚
Don’t forget to leave a name!

On Sunday, Sept 18th at 5pm eastern, the contest will close and I’ll randomly choose 5 winners.

Good luck!

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It's Gotta Be the Castor Oil- A Giveaway! (CLOSED)
After trying yet another oil that I’ve fallen helplessly in love with, I’ve come to the conclusion that it must be the CASTOR OIL! It’s in every single pre-mix I adore. I’m a sucker for the dreamy serum like consistency… it softens, protects, controls frizz, has a touch of natural hold, and makes my hair feel like silk.

I was gifted a bottle of Castor and Moringa Softening Serum by Qhemet for review months and months ago. I packed, gave away a lot of products (hey Shalonda and Tia girl!), moved 600 miles away, unpacked (somewhat), lost a ton of stuff in transit, and most certainly forgot about this oil. The other day I went into the study to straighten up and saw it sitting out on hubby’s desk. I asked how he liked it, assuming like with my other stuff, he had already tried it. Apparently he thought it was his glasses cleaner (he obviously needs those glasses!) and grabbed it by mistake. Long story short, I used it on my twists and the rest is history. The man likes it too. I love the fragrance, the consistency, and how soft it leaves my fingers after application. The only thing I don’t quite get is the spray pump as a method of delivery. I also wish it came in a larger size.

I jumped online today to research Moringa oil. This is what I do every single time I like a product… I read up on the ingredients to see what ‘benefits’ I’m getting. Anyway, I stopped after hitting the second website and concluded that while I’m sure Moringa is bomb, IT’S GOTTA BE THE CASTOR OIL!

Later Gators,
Nik


About Qhemet’s Castor and Moringa Serum:

  • Ingredients: Contains 100% pure Castor and Moringa Oils. Moringa Oil is a highly valued emollient used in African and Indian hair and skin care traditions for over 2000 years. Moringa seed oil is rich in fatty acids, vitamins A and C and copper and calcium, important nutrients for the skin and scalp. It is also an excellent pre-wash hair conditioner as it naturally possesses cleansing and nourishing proprieties. African Castor Oil has been found in ancient Egyptian tombs dating back to 4000 B.C. The castor bean plant is native to the Ethiopian region of tropical East Africa. This thick, shiny oil acts as a barrier agent and protective medium against harsh conditions and extremes. It is a natural humectant and possesses hair conditioning, thickening and softening properties. Protects ends and moisturizes dry, brittle and coarse hair.
  • Does not contain mineral oil, lanolin, proteins, silicones, artificial fragrances, dyes or parabens.
  • Has a natural, light citrus scent.
  • 100% Vegan, 100% Natural!

Directions: Use as a:

  • Softening and shine enhancing leave in: Spray a small to moderate amount all over damp hair to restore softness, shine and flexibility.
  • Hot oil treatment: Heat bottle until warm and coat entire scalp and hair. Cover hair with plastic and wrap with a towel. Leave in for 15 minutes to an hour. Rinse with warm water. Use this treatment twice a month or when your hair needs deep conditioning.
  • Oil Rinse: Use as a hair wash. Moringa Oil has natural cleansing properties so it can effectively clean hair on its own. Completely coat hair, massage through and rinse with warm water.
  • Post shampoo treatment: Use after shampooing. Completely coat hair, thoroughly massage in and rinse with warm water.
  • Conditioner booster: Add to your favorite shampoo or conditioner for added emollience, slip and moisture.
  • Replenishing all-over body moisturizer.

Anybody else REALLY feeling castor oil these days?

271 Comments

  • Deadre Beverly says:

    its deadre !!! and new to this all… it has only been a month since im truly taking care of my natural hair but have been 2yrs natural. thank you everyone and curlynikki for this blog site.

    i love my body in a sense of because its mine. many people dont cherise things that are theres but i do and everything that comes with it. its not just about your hair its about who you are if your strong confident and prideful you will love all of "you" and i do !

    sincerely, d.beverly

  • Anonymous says:

    Liquid gold is what JBCO is to my hair. I looooove that stuff.

  • Anonymous says:

    Hey Nikki!

    The one thing I like about my body is it's versatility.I have been skinny in my youth, curvaceous as a young lady and now as a mom of four, my body is considered "full-figured". My body is an ever-changing reflection of my life!

    Thank you!

    Daisy B.

  • Tina says:

    I love my hands because they look like my mother's hands. I am reminded of the hugs that she gave me and the hugs I now give to my son.

  • Anonymous says:

    Growing up kids always made fun of it but now I finally love my gap (: It makes me who I am and I love it!!

    Morgan M.

  • Jo Somebody says:

    I love my face because it's pretty much my mum's face. While it makes me sad sometimes, and especially did after her death, I love it now because I am reminded of her when I look in the mirror, and despite the sadness I am reminded of the strength she had and the belief she had in me. It makes getting up easier on those days that I don't wanna! I'm my mother's daughter, it is not in my heritage to give up on life.

    I love reading through these comments because it sounds like some people have similar bodies to mine, but they put such a positive spin on things I've always frowned upon! Great question! Thank you!

  • Anonymous says:

    Hello Curly Nikki..

    I love my personal space, I know that this is not a physical part of my body but it is something that I respect and love as if it were a physical appendage. I have had natural hair since I was about 10 (20y.o. now) and have been wearing traditionally natural hair styles in a mostly white community has been quite "interesting". Most of my encounters with other races not of african decent has been riddled with questions such as "why don't u wash you hair?", or my "Fav" "Can I touch it?" (sometimes they don't even ask) I have always felt obligated to compromise my personal space in order for them to examine me like some freak show (remember this is me at 10). So i came across a blog today about a caucasian mother and her African American daughter and how the mother felt about others touching her hair. It definitely opened my eyes a bit when she said that people should respect her daughters personal space and just because she is small does not mean that her personal space is any less valuable. Reflecting back I truly wish that I had such advocacy, because something like violation of personal space could lead to low self-esteem. I hope I didn't take this too deep but its something that is important to me.

    Thanks for listening!!!

    Dorian Ball

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my feet because they are cute.
    Kellie D

  • Anonymous says:

    My lips and complexion. Tanya – yanni328@yahoo.com

  • Unknown says:

    I love my freckles. Growing up I was teased relentle about them and now I embrace them.

  • KEM S. says:

    I love my curves!! My waist, hips & thighs look great in a sundress (my favorite).

  • Anonymous says:

    The one thing that I love about my body is my smile. This is my favorite because throughout my life I've been known for having a great beautiful smile. I like how I can walk up to someone who wasn't in the best mood and just smile at them and instantly change the look on their face. I also love my smile because no matter how much weight I've gained or loss, that smile of mine is one thing that doesn't fluctuate. A smile can be very powerful and soften the hardest of hearts and pull you out of very dark places, My smile is beautiful, unique and God-given. Nobody has my smile and that makes me very happy. : )

    Xavia Taylor
    xavia_daniels@yahoo.com

  • Morgan Murphy says:

    Idk if it worked before so I'm going to try and send this again. I love my eyes. They are a light shade of clear hazel. Even though I have terrible vision without my contacts, my eyes help me to view the world! πŸ™‚

    Morgan Murphy

  • Morgan says:

    I love my eyes! They are a light shade of hazel. Even though I have super bad vision without my contacts, They help me to view the world! πŸ™‚

    Morgan M.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my smile because it brightens the room when I enter. It's contagious. You can't help but smile once you see me smiling.

    purpletrice
    purpletrice@gmail.com

  • Danielle J says:

    I love my thick legs.

    danjan74@yahoo.com

  • Anonymous says:

    I love that my body has curves which I didn't use to feel so comfortable or confident with but now realize that my curves are in all of the right places and add to my beauty which is both inside and outside! πŸ™‚

    -Jazz jdriver@cdc.gov

  • LDennis says:

    I'm from the midwest but I've always been told I have the smile of southern woman…big and welcoming. I Love it πŸ™‚

  • Terra D says:

    I love my butt! LOL, years of ballet and yoga have made sure my tushie stays firm and round!

    Naterra

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my cheeks and eyes because my eyes will tell you how I feel without me having to say a word πŸ™‚
    Tnisha J.

  • Ebony Vixen says:

    I love my eyes despite the fact that my vision sucks without glasses/contacts they are a beautiful feature. Thanks Nikki
    ! Abrown2178@gmail.com

  • Anonymous says:

    Hey Nikki,

    Perfect 10!

    God didn't make any mistakes on me! I love my coke bottle figure, pretty feet, caramel completion and lovely curls.

    Erika
    haley_eb@hotmail.com

  • Alicia H. says:

    CurlyNikki,

    I absolutely love my legs! They're long, slim and a sexy shade of mocha brown!! Oh yes, they're FAB!!

    Alicia H.

  • Anonymous says:

    i love the shape of my eyes and both of my daughters inherited them. runner up i would say my hips lol

    gwen jonassaint
    gwenjc2003@live.com

  • Crystal L. says:

    I love my fingernails—they grow so fast & with the way they grow, it look's like I have French manicure when I don't(when the tips grow out,they are extremely white w/ a pinkish base.)

  • NJDaisy says:

    I love my body because it is a blessing from God! I have my health and strength and that helps me to enjoy everyday to the fullest!

  • Anonymous says:

    Curly Nikki,
    I love my beautiful, brown, skin because it goes with all clothing, accessories and looks great in the AZ sun, especially after being moisturized with cocoa butter or coconut oil. It reminds me just how beautiful black women are.

    Radiance @ radiancebuild@gmail.com
    Peace : )

  • DQ.AkonfusedGirl says:

    I love my brain most, not because my "sexual" features aren't as good, but because every time the world comes up with a new fad or new way to make me feel sub-par, my brain reminds me of the strong, beautiful girl that I really am. I would also like to shout out to my arms. Looking toned!

  • M. Jane says:

    I Love my long legs! I used to hate them when I was younger but now I feel they make me vey distinct and always seem to catch a mans eye.

  • Have You Lived Today? says:

    Hello CurlyNIkki!!!

    The one thing that I love about my body is my eye lashes!! They are naturally curl and long! A lot of MUAs ask if my lashes are fake and then, proceed to check them when I say "no". . . i love it! My eye lashes are the curtains to my soul(eyes). . .<3

    Mora
    naturallymora@gmail.com

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  • Tami B. says:

    I love my curves, its taken me a while to accept my body and my curves but now that i have its a beautiful thing!

  • Tami B. says:

    I love my curves, I have a small waist and very curvy hips and rear, I love how my silouette looks in figure hugging dresses.

  • Ayomide says:

    I love my eyes! I have naturally dark eyelashes so they make me look like I have eyeliner on which makes my eyes pop!

  • curlychefrobin says:

    Honestly, this is difficult for me as I have battled with self esteem issues since I was a little girl. However, since I went natural a little over a year ago I have learned to love me and I love my smile. I get compliments on it but it wasn't until I had to seriously look into the mirror (to do my own hair) that I realized I have a warm smile that I pray encourages and brightens the lives of others and reflects the joy I have in Jesus.

    Curly Chef Robin
    Robin Blair

  • Keanna!!! says:

    i love my nose!!! its not too small and not too big. and my nostrils flare when i'm happy sad or angry. its my most expressive body part!!!

    Keanna Rawlins

  • Shashou says:

    Just stared using castor oil for all over. Hair and Body. Very softening for the skin. Its my body moisturizer. One thing I love about myself is what I call my meet and greet, my face (smile). I think its important. It opens your world to meeting new people and to you shaking hands.

  • kellie says:

    I love love love my feet I think they are quite cute. And I also loooove Jamaican Black castor it works wonders

    Kellie D babykd_914@hotmail.com

  • Gina says:

    I love my hands. Theyre pretty and feminine.
    Gina G

  • Angie says:

    I love my legs because they are dang sexy that's why! LOL

  • Belinda Sylvestre says:

    I have sickle cell anemia…but I can still say that I love my body..I love it because although I have this disease, I am blessed to not have it as bad as others with this same disease!

    Sylvestrebelinda@yahoo.com

  • Anonymous says:

    I've been using castor oil since I started transitioning 10 months ago. I also use it in the shea butter whip I use on my body.

    I love my smile and my shape:)
    devene_spence@hotmail.com

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my face! Whenever people see me in the streets they smile or say something, or are generally just very nice. I figured it must be something about my babyface that's so inviting to people. And I'm all for spreading good vibes!
    Fatou Jaiteh

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my face! Whenever people see me in the streets they smile or say something, or are generally just very nice. I figured it must be something about my babyface that's so inviting to people. And I'm all for spreading good vibes!
    Fatou Jaiteh

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my face! Whenever strangers see me, they always smile at me and people tend to confide in me and are generally very nice without me saying anything. And I live in New York. I figured it must be something about my babyface that's inviting to people. And I'm all for spreading good vibes!
    Fatou Jaiteh

  • Anonymous says:

    I love everything God gave me – my skin , my hair, my face, my nose, my cocoa color! LOL! Thanks for the contest!

    Mishie M

  • Quinn says:

    i liked my boobs before becoming a mommy, but now that i am nursing my 3rd baby, i totally love them!

    q smith 0812 at g mail dot com

  • mangomadness says:

    I love my skin. It's so soft, smooth, luminouse, rich brown with golden and reddish undertones. My skin makes me feel so pretty!

  • Jthompson343 says:

    I love my legs. They take me everywhere I want to go and they still look good even after 3 babies.
    Jill

  • Alanna says:

    I love my smile because it really changes the atmosphere and energy with another person when I share my smile with them.

  • Tashacu02 says:

    I love everything about my body. But my forehead holds a tender spot in my heart. I was picked on a lot in school about my big forehead and I always covered it up. Now years later, I embrace it and have no problems pulling my hair back into the biggest, bossiest, fiercest, puff ever!!! LOL!

  • The Chocolate Loveliness That Is FraΓ±a says:

    I love my eyes. I feel like I am able to relay how I am feeling and thinking so easily. I also like to believe I can flirt without saying a word. I like giving a certain look that leaves a man speechless. πŸ˜‰

  • Anonymous says:

    iiii like my boobies :). Because they are just right for my body! lol

    paigebetts07@hotmail.com

    gimmi my oil!!! πŸ˜€

  • I Am Your People says:

    Naturally, I love my hair!

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my shoulders.

    Side note: can someone please tell me how to post a comment were my username shows up.

    miah_23_ncb

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my legs! After kids, it is one of the only parts of my body I am still comfortable with.
    brandyrena@yahoo.com

  • NoIsmSchism says:

    I love my eyes because most people say I have "smiling eyes" and they really highlight my personality.

    Royisa G.

  • Smallfro says:

    I love my breast. Large D cup with great support. With the right shirt, truly a masterpiece. Feed my 3 kids and they still shaped up very well. Because the are so big, they make my stomach look small.

  • missvp says:

    i love my eyes…..I think they are mysterious and intriguing…..especially when someone looks deep within. πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous says:

    From: Valencia S.
    I luvs my big n juicy ****DRUMROLL PLEASE****
    8 month pregnant belly!!!!!!! lol….Get your mind out of the gutter Nikki πŸ˜‰ I must say I feel sexy with this little girl growing inside of me… Wanna Pic? LOL

    Take Care Nikki,
    Valencia S.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my body simply because its mine and it was designed for me!

    Thanks and good luck everybody!

    Skyla B

  • Balls Of Beauty says:

    i love ME, thanx to be au natural πŸ™‚ i always toot my horn when my feet get a french pedi πŸ™‚

  • B.Good says:

    I love my height!

  • Anonymous says:

    I LOVE my arms. Their length to be exact. Reach for the stars. πŸ˜›
    Monica Sutherland

  • Yolanda B says:

    I love the color of my skin because it is God-given…that makes me beautiful by design!!!!

  • CurlyChellez says:

    What I love about my body is my skin, because its radiant and beautiful

  • efacookie says:

    I love my eyes and my hair!!!! Cant leave the house without doing my hair or doing my eyes!!!!
    Efa onyianta

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my eyes…they're huge and almond shaped. People compliment me on them all the time! Yay!

    Tiseebabee

  • Chantelle Ejimofo says:

    I love my lips! I love the shape, the color… without them my face just wouldn't look like me!

    Chantelle Ejimofo

  • NtrlGAGirl says:

    Hmmmm….I had to think on this one cuz there are several body parts that I like pretty good. But since this about showing superficial self-love, I decided to go with one I've not been loving so much lately as I'm nearly 40 and it's changing. I LOVE my belly. It harboured and sheltered my four beautiful children eighteen, sixteen, fifteen, and ten years ago and each time, back then, went right back to where it began. Many days now, however, I think it's turned against me. Today–I love it. (Kimba)

  • Bryanna says:

    I would have to say Iove my lips. Some people joke around about how big they are but idc because I love them

    Bryanna

  • Alwina Oyewoleturner says:

    Dear CurlyNikki,

    I love my skin – I have beautiful red undertones and the way my skin glistens, I love it! Plus, I've been taking great care of it with exercising, drinking water and moisturizing daily. Runner-up literally are my legs. πŸ™‚

    Thank you!

    Alwina Oyewoleturner aoyewole2586@gmail.com

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my belly cause it held my babies!

    Kellie Nwokedi

  • NiNa says:

    I love my long skinny silky brown legs. Growing up I was always teased about being tall & skinny. I was literally a "walking" target for jokes. Two of my many nick names that has stuck w/ me to this say are "skinny legs" & "string bina", I hated it. But as I got older & started to embrace & love myself as a women I learned to love them. And they are oh so smooth, my legs are the bomb.com especially in some heels.

    Nina W

  • Anonymous says:

    I have to say all of me. But my best love is my smile. I love how it can brighten up the day. Make others feel warm inside. Give a boost to someone who is down and is so contagious. They say a smile can last a life time and lift the spirits of someone down. That is my smile, doing its best to make other happy.

    Clarice D.
    aka MamaCupcake

  • Kpmelody says:

    I adore my face. I'm 25 but people think I'm 15 because I have a babyface. I take this as a compliment because when I'm older I will look very youthful. My mother is 51 and doesn't look a day over 31 in the face and body. She still gets carded all the time, people think we're friends and she's 4 years from getting senior citizens discounts..lol

    Name: Kpmelody

  • Darcia says:

    I love my heart and every beat – the gratitude, joy, and peace that I feel despite the circumstances that surround me.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my complexion. I look like a piece of milk chocolate. πŸ™‚

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Rhonda McKnight

  • My.Oh.Maya says:

    I lovee lovee lovee my athletic abs!! (: They are rock hard lol <3 Thanks for the giveaway I am actually searching for some castor oil!
    missmehawkins@yahoo.com

  • Shoshoni says:

    I love my legs….although it's hard to find boots that fit my big, athletic calves, I LOVE them!!!

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my hidden curves !

    Stephanie D

  • Anonymous says:

    I've come to have a new-found appreciation for my eyes. I used to take them, for granted but my mother lost her eyesight a few years ago. I am so thankful (and so is she) that mine work even tho i do wear glasses, so i can describe to her the things she can no longer see.

    Tionna

  • Wendy Turner says:

    I love my hands. They're a little rough looking but there's an endless amount of things that I can create with them. πŸ™‚

    -Wendy Turner

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my legs because they are toned, strong and lovely.

    Maya

  • Tiffany says:

    I love my smile because it reflects exactly who I am.

    Peace, Love and Chocolate,
    Tiffany

  • Dejah says:

    The one thing I love about my body is God's creation of it. Whenever I feel as though I want to change something, I tell myself that and remember I am perfect in his eyes and smile to myself! =}

  • lisha says:

    I love my chubby cheeks because they give my face youthful "character"…lol

  • hairscapades says:

    Okay, first, I was like, "Why are there 183 comments on the Castor oil thread???" LOL!! I had read and commented on this post previously, so I didn't look too closely at first. But now I see …. FREE STUFF!! LOL!!!

    And, I want in!!

    I love my arms when I'm getting my work out on:). I get nice definition and I think they make me look more toned all over than I actually am;).

    Shelli

  • Jasmine says:

    I like my lips.

    Jasmine T Mitchell

  • harrietsdaughter says:

    What I love about my body is the beautiful brown skin it's covered in!

  • Chardae says:

    I love my skin– the color, and the fact that it's always been exceptionally clear. I never have to wear makeup unless I want to.

  • A says:

    I like my smile. I love to make other people happy!

  • Natasha says:

    Nikki, where do I begin? :p

    I love the curves of my body.
    I love my facial features. I have big eyes, lips, nose to match my big curly hair.
    I love the birthmark on my left foot. It's so beautiful; it looks like shattered pottery.
    I love my skin. It's soft, supple, and a beautiful color.

    I love it all. <3
    -Natasha

  • Anonymous says:

    Wow, this was a little challenging for me. I need to begin to embrace myself more, especially since God made me! However, I do like my eyes…They are almond shaped, just like my dear (late) grandma's.

    Blessings,

    TEM

  • J.Love says:

    I love my eyes. I always get compliments about them.

  • Ashley J. says:

    I love everything about my body!

    I used to be so self-conscious. I didn't like show my legs or my toes. I realized that God made me in his image so I'm perfect just the way I am.

  • SuZQ says:

    I love my hair, because it gives me something to do when I'm bored and my height because I have never had the option of not standing out.

  • Janel says:

    I have always loved my body. And after having my son, more so, because it's a remarkable symbol of strength, and beauty. It was a realization on a another level that I never understood until I actually went through it. Experiencing the strength of my body to house and create this beautiful being made me appreciate my body even more. I now have wider hips, a hint of stretch marks, and slightly larger feet but I love my body and all of its perfect imperfections! These things will be my keepsakes during every milestone and accomplishment my son achieves and will always remind me of my unconditional love for him.

    Janel

  • Mrs. G says:

    I love my ears–because I can flaunt beautiful earrings as well as be a listening ear to my husband, daughter and friends.

    Ashley

  • LovelyB says:

    I love my skin – it's a deep rich shade of coca brown (or kinda like coconut shell) supple, SOFT as I don't know what and tough.

    Bianqa B.

    http://livewonderfully.blogspot.com

  • Anonymous says:

    My legs are the BOMB! Although I am a fuller size, my legs are sculpted and lean. They look great in dreses, skirts and especially heels. Shanese C.

  • The Raw Twinkie says:

    I know this is going to sound wierd but I love my stretch marks on my belly. LOL!! I look at them and smile to myself because this is my keepsake of the wonderful lives that I brought into the world. As they grow up and accomplish various goals I still have this symbol of their beginings with me always.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my legs. They look great in a skirt!

    Tianna E.

  • Rhonda C says:

    What I love about my body most is that it is forgiving! I dont always drink or eat what I'm suppose to – when I am suppose to, but my body gives me a pass and doesn't sell me out! ~Rhonda C

  • Juliana says:

    I love my arms for most of my life I would always wear sweat jackets even in the summer because I felt ashamed of my arms. Then I hit the point where I realized self acceptance in this life is so important to achieve and I love my arms, stretch marks and all.

    julzinha91@yahoo.com

  • Nefertiti says:

    What I like about my body is what it can do. I am a competitive weightlifter, and while I neeeever predicted this would be a part of my life– let alone one that is so important for me– and I thought I'd never get a date again, if I was a weightlifter! (I was quite sure my squats weren't going to bring the boys to the yard…) But, I get an amazing sense of what is possible and what I can accomplish, all because of the things my body can do and has done, just because I've asked it to and believed that it could.

  • Anonymous says:

    Hey Curly Nikki! One thing i love about my body is my lips, they are not to thin and not to full they are just perfect and i have a great smile to go along with it. I would LOVE to try this Castor Oil out! mbabb0004@gmail.com

    — Mahagony

  • Anonymous says:

    one thing I like about my body is my lips, because they are full and fit my face perfectly…. Ms.Jones

  • Pro-Teacher says:

    I don't mean to sound extra freaky or anything, but I love my thighs! They have always been thick ever since post puberty lol I used to get teased for them, but now i embrace them fully!

  • Devon says:

    I love my pretty, small hands:) Now let me get my fingers around that castor oil, Nikki!! πŸ™‚

  • YoursTrulyRe says:

    I love my eyes. They make me unique. I am the only one in my family that has them. My friends love them. They call me Blasian (even though I'm not). lol

  • Solape Ajiboye says:

    I love my arms! They are naturally toned and defined!

  • Lisamo says:

    If I had to choose one thing I love about my body I would choose my eyes because no matter how I say I'm feeling, my eyes are so expressive that they always tell the truth.

  • Cheekie says:

    Oh wow, would love to try the castor oil out. As for what I love about my body, I love my cheeks, of course! Do with that what you will… πŸ˜‰

  • Anonymous says:

    One thing that i love about my body is my hips. I love how curvy and smooth they are. I think all women should love there body no matter what because that is how God created you, and you should never apologize for the way you look. We are all beautiful inside and out.

    ~ Abby A

  • Tangles and Beyond says:

    Although I am the hardest on myself about my physical body, the one thing I love about it is its ability to create life. I'm pregnant with my second child now and still just as amazed at the way God made this body to create a little person…AMAZING…

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my lips and my high cheekbones. I feel they fit my face perfectly. I am one of few women in my family that has both full lips and high cheekbones. Love them. πŸ™‚

  • Tiffany Herring says:

    I love my arms. It has to be genetics, but they're always toned with no flapping wings.

  • Bevy says:

    Even though I'm "knock-kneed", I love my my legs. They are long, lean and toned.

  • Kara Simpson says:

    I love my feet. They have gotten me through many years of dance and cheerleading despite being extremely flat. They have worn pointe shoes, jazz shoes, sneakers, high heels, and are still going strong. They have endured criticism about how they were not "right" for ballet and are marked by hours spent practicing. They have taken me places I have never imagined and continue to lead me down the path of life. πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous says:

    Hmm…I've got to admit, I've had a love hate relationship with my body since I was probably 12 or so. I've always been on the heavy side no matter how much I change my eating habits or work out. But I can definitely say I love my skin. It tends to stay soft and doesn't really blemish. I especially love my skin in the summer because I get a good few shades darker (I get so pale during the winter months).

    Marion
    techiegirl05@gmail.com

  • Anonymous says:

    my body is both athletic [so it responds well to diet changes and fitness routines] as well as old school curvy. I'm tall, slender in the waist/stomach/legs/shoulders/arms with big boobs and booty– it's really nice! I feel fit, I feel strong, I feel healthy, I feel beautiful, and looking at it in the morning makes me so grateful that not only can I walk and move but that I can do so while looking great! I promise i'm not conceited, heheh

    p.s. so glad you're coming to ny πŸ™‚
    alaina231@gmail.com

  • MsJboogie007 says:

    I love my lips/smile. I can be looked upon as stern and taken so seriously, and with just the upturn of the lips, my smile can brighten my face and draw people in. πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my neck. It's long and graceful and discreetly sexy, imo, lol.

    Nikkilyn1979@yahoo.com

  • JackieC says:

    I love my large lips. Many women will pay big bucks, but I don't have to. They make wearing bright lipsticks so much more fun.

  • Nisha T. says:

    I love my skin, my curves, my features. I especially love the way my waist curves in and my hips bow out. I love my bosom because I think they are beautiful. I love that after having 3 kids, my boobies plumped up instead of deflating, as other women complain about. I love that they somehow also added 2 cup sizes, lol. Wait, did you say one thing? hahahaaaa…What can I say? I love all of me!!!

  • nikki hill says:

    i love everything about my body! it gets me where i need to go. it allows me to work hard and play hard which i do both of haha. my husband loves it, my friends ask how they can get it. way to go, body!

  • Gloria says:

    I love so many things about my body that it is hard to choose just one! I absolutely ADORE my hips, though. They look good when I'm just sitting still, they look good when I move, and they look fantastic when I dance, lol. πŸ˜‰

  • Lillian says:

    Hey Nikki,

    What do I love about my body? Hmmm…well I would have to say my eyes, b/c they are not only the windows to the soul, but they are sort of japanese/chinese shaped and when I smile, they will squint just a lil on the ends. Too funny…

    Hope you have a good one Nikki!!!

  • Anonymous says:

    I loveeee my hips, thighs, and booty. When I was younger, I used to try to lose weight to get them to be smaller. Now, I FLAUNT them!
    Rosalita Hanson
    Rosalitahanson@yahoo.com

  • Anonymous says:

    Whoops forgot to add my name – Toyia πŸ™‚

    I love my hips because no matter what I wear you can see my womanly shape. Plus these hips are something that all the women in my family have and we're passed down to me from my grandmother and mother – two strong, beautiful Black women!

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my collarbones, always have. πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my hips because no matter what I wear you can see my womanly shape. Plus these hips are something that all the women in my family have and we're passed down to me from my grandmother and mother – two strong, beautiful Black women!

  • Anonymous says:

    I love the overall make up of my body long and tone from years of ballet. And also my chocolate complexion that shines.

    Miya

    miyarenee24@aol.com

  • TMS says:

    I love my lips! They make me feel sexy. It doesn't matter if I'm going to the corner store or out on a date my lips are always on point.

    I can wear Chap Stick or Afrobella's All of My Purple Life MAC gloss they always seem to attract attention be it male or female.

    Oh and I know how to werk them very well! ;o)

    TMS
    directress404-hair@yahoo.com

  • Brooke Lynn says:

    I absolutely love the skin that I'm in all dark chocolate and delicious! The blacker the berry the sweeter the juice so if you got diabetes watch yo step! j/k Chocolate girls stand up!-

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my teeth. My parents never got them straightened when I was young and two are a lottle crooked. But when I got older, I started searching for my mom's biological family. (She was adopted). When I found them, her brother had the same two crooked teeth! So I. Kind of cherish my teeth. Reminds me that I am part of a family, even if I just met them.

    Brirrney woods

  • Unknown says:

    I love my hands! I use the all the time and I love to make sure they are maintained and super soft to the touch. I keep manicured nails… and really love having funky colors and designs for special events.

  • Monnie says:

    Monica
    monnie.daniels@gmail.com

    I absolutely love the complexion of my skin of my body. People
    tend to misjudge my nationality due to my complexion
    and healthy natural hair. When people find I represent being
    black and beautiful, sometimes they receive shock. But what I
    recieve is the reassurance that the beauty you see, is just plain ol beauty
    regardless of nationality.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my legs…they're long and strong! And I love showing them off in dresses!!

    Kim J
    Kjemis19@msn.com

  • Anonymous says:

    I love that my body is my spiritual temple. Since my divorce I have chosen abstinence. This has made me also take better care of my outer beauty.

  • MsTommieg says:

    I LOVE my mouth and smile! I love my mouth because I do my best to use it to encourage and lift people up. I love my smile because I use it to brighten the day of those that I encounter. The two together make for a great combination of sunshine and a genuine brightness to the world………At least that's what I try to convey through my spirit! Thanks for the opportunity to win – Nikki you are the best!

    Sincerely Tommie

  • Anonymous says:

    My eyes because they remind me of my mother.

    AJ

  • MoreKinkyThanCurly says:

    I love my feet. I wear a size 11. They used to be my most hated body part, but my new fave things to do, when not playing in my hair are pedis and shoe shopping!

    Ambyr Fowler
    absfowler@gmail.com

  • Ezinwanyi says:

    I love my mouth (lips & teeth). I have a really pretty smile! I had been teased a lot about having big lips and teeth.

    We were too poor for braces and I am Nigerian, so big lips come with the territory. A school photographer took a candid picture of me laughing in the cafeteria. It looked so pretty. So after years of trying NOT to smile, I started smiling as BIG as I could. My pictures actually looked better and more natural. It was like Celie on Color Purple when Suge Avery convinced her to smile.

    I haven't stopped showing ALL of my teeth since. So if you walk by a girl smiling like she is crazy–holla at your girl (LOL)!

    Chinyere
    ezinwanyi1@yahoo.com

  • ggrox says:

    I love my feet, not because of any particular aesthetic about them. But I love them because they do so much work for me, so I try to treat them well πŸ™‚

  • LaVonne says:

    I love my eyes and eyelashes….Not only do I appreciate the symmetrical, almond shape that allows for great eye shadow application :), but despite all the negativity going on around me, they always seem to find the most positive of images to brighten even my darkest hour.

  • Afrikan Latina says:

    I'd have to say I love my breasts. Let me explain, for at least another year I will be able to enjoy these 38Cs sitting on my chest while I breastfeed my now 4 month old. After our breastfeeding journey is done they will go back to little As lol Oh the joys of motherhood πŸ™‚

    PS. The postpartum shedding bug hit me again so maybe the castor oil will help.

    Sharina Gandy aka AfrikanLatina

  • Kai Noelle says:

    Quite honestly, when I first read the question, I thought to myself, "omg, out of all of the questions in the world to ask, why did it have to be this one". Lol. I must admit that I have been struggling with getting in better shape and cutting out all of the bad things that I currently eat. So, my current state is not where I want to be a couple of months down the road. With that being said, I absolutely love my legs. My husband compliments me all the time on how nice they are. With all of the things that I feel I need to work on, both internally as well as externally, it's nice to hear things like that from the one who's opinion matters the most (outside of your own). P.S. I'm addicted to the site!

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my butt (and my hubby loves that part of my body also). No matter how much weight I lose (or gain), its round and just there. It ain't goin nowhere. Funny thing is my oldest daughter (only 5) has the same shape as her momma…"baby got back"!!

    Natasha B. nmn1772@hotmail.com

  • .:simplylizzy:. says:

    I love my lips, my legs, heck; I love all of me! I wish more women of color accepted every part of them including hair and skin tone. African American women are the most beautiful women on Earth. πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi all not to be difficult or to be sentimental the one thing I love about my body is that it's "mines". It gives me the capability to adapt, to exhale, to learn how to love, be loved & etc. For years I have always been the flamingo of everyone because I was too tall, I had full lips, I wasn't a size zero or I spoke too proper to be a woman of color. I love my body as a whole even if it took me twenty-one years to accept it, it's mines and I love it flaws and all πŸ˜‰

    Asia Williams
    aziattic2003@yahoo.com

  • Tammy G says:

    the back of my neck! πŸ™‚
    Tammy G

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my legs. I have always had big calves. I run 5 days a week, and I must say the calves will catch someone's attention. My pumps really allows the muscle to be flexed.

    Aisha
    athomas79@msn.com

  • Ms. Lioness says:

    What do I love best about my body? Well I think there are two things that stand out that are apart of a bigger concept. Always loved my big almond shaped eyes and smile. Get the most compliments on other "assets" (he he) but I can appreciate compliments on a smile because a smile is infectious and can brighten up the most sour day and eyes are the gateway to the soul. I would like to think that when someone looks into my eyes they see the inner beauty I think radiates ten times more than the physical body but pairs as a nice compliment to everything else.

    Ms. Jaeda Jontelle – jaeda1920@gmail.com

  • PepperAnn says:

    I love my eyes truly. From the day I was born to now, my eyes have and is my best feature. I don't really have to put on eye make-up at times because my eyes look that great

    Maryanne T
    -that felt good to say πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous says:

    I would have to say that my favorite part of my body are my legs. As a kid, I thought they were chicken legs but now i realized that they are long, shapely, and beautiful.

    vyetienn@mail.usf.edu

  • Lacoya (thesupercoya) says:

    I love my thighs. My fiancee' gloats over them non-stop to the point where it makes me bashful. Hopefully on this weight-loss kick (need to get my stomach right), I don't lose an inch. We'll see! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!!!!

    lacoya_seltzer@yahoo.com

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi Nikki, thanks for the giveaway opportunity. Now let's see…… I love my hips, because they accentuate my curvy physique.

    Brandy
    smithbrandy73@yahoo.com

  • Newlynatural26 says:

    I love my legs the most among all of the other fine features my mama. They make me feel sexy, lean and ready to step, step, step in the right direction. Plus they are majorly cute during the summertime!

  • tiatj says:

    I love that I don't look like others around me. A lot of people talk about my butt or breast but it's just a part of the whole that makes up me.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my booty!! πŸ™‚ I am workin on getting in shape and I am so pleased with the look of my bum!! Sherrica.sims@gmail.com

  • LaVetra Ray says:

    I love the health of my body in general. I naturally have a muscular frame, so I spend time in the gym sculpting my muscles. I particularly love my arms. Most importantly I am thankful that everything works properly.

  • Carmel Stacks says:

    I love my body because frankly, it's BANGIN! Thanks to having a baby! Yay I have curves now!

  • Anonymous says:

    I love that I have a body to love: all my limbs, ten fingers/ten toes. There are so many factors why many don't have a full physical body (sickness, disease, mutilation, war, etc.), and to be able to move: stand up, sit, bend a finger, wiggle my toes — I am very blessed and grateful!

    Smooth Jazz Luvr

  • Valeria says:

    Oh castor oil, how I love thee! lol

    I LOVE my eyes. They're hazel or green or brown depending on the weather or what I'm wearing. I must admit I often forget I have 'pretty eyes' because I'm always focused on my hair when looking in the mirror. lol. I often stare others with 'pretty eyes' down and go out of my way to tell them their eyes are pretty and they always say…'you have pretty eyes too'. –yeah but I can see yours! πŸ™‚

  • mothereartha says:

    i have some super huge thick thighs…but they're shapely and strong. i can squat it out w/ the best of them πŸ™‚

    mothereartha

  • Kandace says:

    My Golden Kinks & Curls…because its the perfect crown for my marvelously made mind.

  • cassburt88 says:

    I love my booty…. it looks great in a pair of jeans!

    -Cassie B.

  • summerbreeze76 says:

    I love the shape of my eyes, they are almond shape, not too dark and not light at all, and I like the color of my skin, I usually have a nice bronzy sheen to me. I think they are what separates me most from others. It may be my imagination but hey I like it.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my smooth complexion. As a teen I dealt with really bad acne and was very embarrassed by it. After years of trying to find the right regimen, I finally have smooth, effortless looking skin.

    Daytoya

  • april says:

    I love my arms ,they are strong yet gentle enough to squeeze my babies.
    Aprel aprelznshowerz@gmail.com

  • Bethany Washington says:

    One thing i love about my body is it reflection of my inner being that is brought out through the beautiful being God made me.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my knees. Tamea

  • Anonymous says:

    One thing I love about my body:
    My eyes… more so the color of my eyes. They're green, but I've been told they change color. Sometimes they'll look gray, but I think that really has to do with all the gray cloudy weather. Others have asked if they are hazel… I think its kind of cool. πŸ™‚

    Also this product seems great! I've been searching for an oil that’s all natural, but haven’t had very much success. Most beauty supply stores have only products that contain mineral oil and/or petroleum jelly…Yuck!

    -Faith H.

  • Krystel W. says:

    More than anything, I absolutely love the color of my super dark brown hair (looks jet black). it's never been dyed and i'll never dye it!

  • Unknown says:

    I have to say that I love my nose and my chest. After having a cancer scare a few years ago, I thought that my boobs were scary and a mine field waiting to happen after that. Now I think, even with my scars from the biopsies, they give me strength. Oh, and my nose is super small, but gives my face character.

  • Maureen Myrtil says:

    I love my clavicle. Sounds weird but I love how exudes this air of being regal. I love it πŸ™‚

    -Maureen

  • Lisa Michelle says:

    I have been dealing with a lot of self acceptance issues over the last few months, but I most especially I love how ALL of my curves fit in my clothes. It makes me feel like a strong woman, muscles in my arms and back, big sexy legs built for running, and my big wild mane is the perfect accessory to being a black woman.

  • NaturallyME says:

    One thing I love about my body is that I represent me – totally FREE!!! I'm not the thinnest nor am I overweight. But I think I represent what any girl would want to be. I'm not superficial or materialistic, I don't strive to be "magazine or model" thin. I just do me!!! From my butter pecan skin, my voluptuous curves, hazel eyes, and oh so happy to be nappy hair – I AM FREE!!!!

    Crystal D. Woods – Oxford, AL

  • Anonymous says:

    It took me a long time to get to "like" before I could LOVE my beautiful dark brown skin which makes the perfect display for my pearly white teeth. I LOVE my skin because that's how God decided I should be.
    Joyce

  • Anonymous says:

    It's a tie. I love my fabulous wild and curly hair. I also love my clear, smooth complexion.

    Chris R

  • Nali1987 says:

    Hi nikki. I adore my legs and my hips. My legs are long and strong while my hips looks awesome in pencil skirts. πŸ™‚ right now, we're going through a cellulite phase, but i still love them.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my body because it produced my most precious beings on earth, my 3 children….

    CocoEuro

  • Anonymous says:

    Self Love!!!! Well I love my skin tone but I really really love my boobs!!! My girls are my most loved body part! When I was younger I always tried to hide them, but one day my Grandmother told me…"They are here for a purpose!!!" And the girls helped to provide the first nourishment to my sons for the first year of their lives. My boys are now 11, 4 and 2….After all of that the girls still sit up pretty and healthy!!! (TMI?!)

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my neck. It's a little on the longer side and to me seems regal! I embrace it.

    Kamilah

  • Jessica says:

    I love my eyes and lips. I have big eyes that really work with eyeshadow and my lips are…I've been told…kissable.
    Jessica

  • Pecancurls says:

    My lips!! They are naturally full and plump!!

  • TraciB says:

    I love my dimples, didn't like them growing up because they brought too much attention and I absolutely love how soft my skin is.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my body because its me! There is know other and I am different just like everybody else. I know that I have to take the necessary steps to take care of my unique frame. :-)…..

    Thanks,
    from Valerie AKA V'Jah

  • Anonymous says:

    I love the skin I'm in!!! My skin is so receptive to pampering and daily care. I absolutely love putting on oils, scrubs, creams and lotion to keep my skin looking and feeling its best!

    Candyce
    CurlyDivaCandy
    candyceacurry@gmail.com

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi Nikki….

    Oooh, I couldn't pick just one. I workout and have healthy eating habits. I have the typical figure-eight shape, which makes me feel sexy in just about anything I wear.

    Dana P.

  • Anonymous says:

    HI NIKKI…
    I would have to say my hips. As I've watched them spread after bearing three children I have grown to love them. I'm proud of my hips now they define who I am.

    I love this forum:)
    Jamelle Wells-Smith (jmellewellsmith321@yahoo.com)

  • Shan R. says:

    I love my soft, succulent skin. I love my eyes especially how they are shaped. But more than that I love ME!!!! πŸ™‚
    Shan R. (sremo1@lsu.edu)

  • Angela says:

    I love my body's strength. My abs and core, my legs, my arms. Being a dancer I work hard to take care of my body and it takes care of me. I'm pretty fierce if I must boast a little. Ha ha!

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi,
    I love my legs. They are beautiful and toned. I wish I could say the same about my stomach :).
    Etoy Hamlin

  • Connie says:

    I LOVE MY LEGS BECAUSE THEY ARE SO LONG, I FEEL LIKE A SUPERMODEL WHEN EVER I THROW A PAIR OF HEELS.

    – CONNIE M.

  • Annabel says:

    I love my ears, they're little,cute and get really warm when I'm embarrased. I love to adorn them with funky earrings. I couldn't imagine not be able to listen to the beautiful strums of my husband's guitar or the birds chirping in the morning. So that's the part of me I love the most.

  • brownsugahbabee8 says:

    Dead ass…Everything. I love Everything about my body. It may not be perfect, but nothing in this life is, and it's all mine. How can I not adore something that is me?

  • Ashley says:

    It's kind of strange to say but I love my eyelashes. I have long thick eyelashes and have no need for mascara or fake lashes like my friends. I've always gotten compliments on my natural lashes!

    Sidenote: I hope I win because even as a super product junkie I have yet to try castor oil!

  • Rotaugia says:

    I love all of Me! It only took me 43 years. :0)

  • tjb says:

    I love my legs and my beautiful skin! πŸ™‚

  • Unknown says:

    I love my body because it's got my back! I take care of it, and it takes care of me.

  • Shanna says:

    I am in LOVE with the scar on my face. 2 weeks after I big chopped I was in a near fatal car accident and I have a scar on my face. I love this scar because it is a symbol of my survival. I had to learn to love my face without hair and with a scar. The process of healing and growing has made me more confident in who I am inside and out!

  • B says:

    I love my legs! I love my shoulders! I love my abs! I guess I love me some me! lol…

    nudgez @ gmail .com

  • CC, Cicelia, ccomo79 says:

    The one thing that I have grown to love about my body is the my thighs. I wanted to be just like my mom and weigh 90 lbs. sopping wet but that's not what God had in store for my huge thighs. Not to mention to add to the build, I use to be involved in weight lifting competitions that added to the definition of my thigh years ago.

    Cicelia (ccomo79)

  • AngelaH6 says:

    I love your post first of all. I love many things about my body but one of the most top things I love is how my body allowed me to grow a little seedling into a tiny baby and after nine protective months allowed me to safely deliver into this world a beautiful healthy baby girl.Then after my body made sure the delivery of my baby was completed, it started the healing process for me to be able to be strong and healthy to take care of myself so I can be the best mommy and wife to my daughter's and my hubby.

  • Angela says:

    One thing I love about my body is my skin.

  • Anonymous says:

    This is Lauren
    lauren.weddington@yahoo.com

    I love my hair. It's taken me so long to be able to say that. I'm half white and half black, but I thought I identified more with my white side, so I straightened and relaxed it until it broke off to chin length. Now, I'm 20 and have this huge mass of curls on my head. When I started wearing my hair natural, I started loving myself more.

  • JollyJoy says:

    I love my lips! They are small, no bigger than a quarter. I was always teased about the size but I learned to embrace them. My granny's lips were smaller than mine and she was fierce. So I took that attitude. God made them small for reason, I love them.

    Joss

  • Anjah Yonne says:

    I just love my body best when I step right out of the shower. I love my stretchmarks, the dimples in my hips and my tummy.

    If I can't love all of me for what I have, who will?

  • J. Frank says:

    First off, I LOVE this stuff as well!

    I love my smile. I love that it has the ability to instantly put people at ease and respond positively, no matter what mood they're in. πŸ™‚

    Janay F. aka CurlieCutes1121

  • Anonymous says:

    The one thing I love about my body is my "HAT" Hip, Ass, and Thighs!

    Crystal (crissyQ)

  • Anonymous says:

    I love the color of my skin. Growing up, I use to have serious issue with how dark it was because the definition of beauty at that time was fair skin and "high yellow". Now that I look back on it, I would not change my mocha brown color for anything! Hell, there are folks who try to get darker like me on purpose, I got it naturally! LOL

    P.S. This is Veronica aka MyNaturalMe

  • Unknown says:

    I love my NATURAL body… The dents/dings/dimples and all…no botox, no lipo, no nip/tucks. I love that I am ALL me. What's the point of good health and hair care, when you alter what's natural….

  • Pepper says:

    Hey, its Pepper. How'se it going? I absolutely love my beauty marks. I've got 3 on my face, 1 on my hand, and 1 on my rear. They are like my little imperfections. I think God put them there so I'd always remember that I'm different and special! POW!

  • Anonymous says:

    This is Shondra here!

    Shondar74@gmail.com

    One thing I love about my body is my naturally defined arms, back, and shoulders. I look at pictures and seeing how cut my arms and shoulders look makes me feel strong both physically and mentally!

  • Anonymous says:

    I love that my body, at 50, is still able to do the same workout I did at 25…also lovin' my little my gray highlites!!! boselden@aol.com

  • Anonymous says:

    One thing I love about my body is the transformation it is going through as I work out and eat right. I started in July to take control of my health and now my body CRAVES workouts. I go at least 5-6 times a week to bootcamp or spin class. Thank you body for pushing me to be a better me!! I am looking pretty awesome to have 3 teenagers if I do say so myself

    Shalonda(NaturalNixon)

  • Jivelene says:

    I admit, I don't have the highest of self esteem when it comes to my body. But I do love my skin! It's soft, even and clear. With a nice sugar scrub & tan it glows!!

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my booty. When I was growing up it was, shall we say, the one part of my body that the boys always commented on. It made me feel self conscious and in some ways embarrassed. Now that I am a "grownup" I love it. God made me just the way I am. I love the "junk" in my
    trunk LOL!

    Le Shor: lnleebellinger@gmail.com

  • Clarrisa says:

    One thing that I love about my body is my legs. I get so many compliments on my legs. I truly did not notice them until others began to tell how nice they were!

  • Anonymous says:

    I love EVERYTHING about my body, why?! Because God made me this way! πŸ™‚

    Name: Ms. L Dewese

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my legs! They're very thick and my calves look most fabulous in my "stilettoest" of heels πŸ™‚

    Joy

  • Nazirah says:

    hello im Nazirah Muhammad and this may sound funny but, one thing i love about myself is my forehead..YES! it may be large but it makes me stand out lol i would say it makes me look different and exotic and i like that…over the years i have learned to embrace it and it was a hard thing to do..but i did it! i had to stop caring about what others thought and think.."God made me like this so it must be beautiful!!" Ever since Ive embraced my forehead i have learned to appreciate myself a lot more and accept my own and be myself! <3

  • Amber Shelton says:

    I love my smile and my pretty chocolate skin:)

  • Anonymous says:

    (Sahkura)The one thing I absolutely love about my body is my chocolate brown skin color. No matter what clothing I have on or how my hair is styled, I one thing that completes the outfit is me.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my nose. It's 41 years old today. Thanks! Davina916

  • Monaia says:

    Why of course I love my hair because its spongy soft and keeps getting bigger every month.

  • Jada Ree says:

    Hello I'm Jada, and I know this may sound crazy, but I love my stretch marks. I wasn't thrilled after I had my first child and was left with scars all over my body. But, a very special person in my life changed my views on them. Those marks represent life!

  • Auset Abena says:

    I myself love my shoulders. They are a regal asset that I love to show off. Thinking of how much I love my shoulders helps me remember to walk up straighter. I wonder if I could use this serum on my shoulders?

  • Missy says:

    I have to say I love my legs. Having put on some weight over the years, I am a little self conscious about my body. But let me tell you, when I show some leg I get compliments all around πŸ™‚ Too bad the cold weather is rolling in πŸ˜‰

  • Anonymous says:

    Nookgirl33@gmail.com is the email address. Somehow it was not inculded in the post.

    Hello Curly Nikki…the one thing I love about my body would be my feet. I chose my feet because growing up I thought I had the longest toes and did not like them. However, after being told on more than one occassion that my feet were pretty and that nothing was wrong with my toes, I looked at them in a different way, embraced them and learned to love them along with the rest of me. Now I keep them done and wear them out in sandals proudly when it's hot out.

    Shonne

  • Anonymous says:

    I definitely love my freckles, they run across my cheeks and nose. I would like to win the castor oil for my 12 year old daughter who loves her curls and is learning to work with them. I may sneek and use her oil too but I'm kind of stuck on Argan oil and olive oil for myself! kyanner1@gmail.com

    KyAnne Reeves

  • Anonymous says:

    Hello Curly Nikki…the one thing I love about my body would be my feet. I chose my feet because growing up I thought I had the longest toes and did not like them. However, after being told on more than one occassion that my feet were pretty and that nothing was wrong with my toes, I looked at them in a different way, embraced them and learned to love them along with the rest of me. Now I keep them done and wear them out in sandals proudly when it's hot out.

    Shonne

  • i am native here . . . says:

    I love my eyes….through all the ups and downs of my body (including my hair!), it's the one constant, that turns it out EVERYTIME!

    Revelle

  • Kristen K. says:

    I used to hate it but now I LOVE my big forehead! It just lets you all know I'm smart and have a lot on my mind LOL.

    – Kristen

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  • Anonymous says:

    I love my nose! It is as cute as a button with perfect symmetry.

    Leah
    Leahsanders08@gmail.com

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my arms, shoulders and back as a combination. I have worked hard to tightened and tone them up and love the muscle definition…I'm going for an Angela Bassett plays Tina Turner look :)!!

    Andrea H.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my legs. They are Long, Strong, and Fierce especially in a pair of heels. sdavids6@gmail.com

    Sheena Brown

  • Jax says:

    I love that I was born with moles all over my body, some are visible to the world, like on my lower lip (that folks say means good luck!) right next to the bridge of my nose, the one on my cheek bone, the one on my chin that looks like a painted on beauty spot πŸ™‚ and then there are the others that only my Doctor and lover (ok, my Mother and sisters too) know are there…. makes me unique!!

  • Laleepop14 says:

    I don't really dislike my body, but if I had to choose it's best feature I would say my lips or my face. I LOVE the way I look, and not to sound conceited but my love for myself (and thats deeper than just what I look like on the outside) has gotten even deeper since I went natural over 2 years ago because I notice a lot of my own features that make me pretty.. AND THATS THE PG-13 VERSION of what I love MOST about my body….hahahaha…I have used Hollywood Beauty Castor Oil and I must say I love that stuff.

  • Erica Scott says:

    One thing I love about my body is my legs. They are strong, smooth, and glistens when I apply my Shea butter whip to them.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love my eyes. Its the best thing on my body. Kristingilbert@aol.com

    Kristin Gilbert

  • Michelle @Radiant Brown Beauty says:

    Let's see. What do I love about my body besides my hair? LOL. I'd have to say I love my skin. It's pretty smooth.

  • Omozo says:

    Re-started using castor oil in my products: shampoo, conditioner, shea butter mix and leave-in conditioner. Might be having a castor oil overdose but am enjoying the benefits. Softer hair and easier to manage. Definitely the castor oil!
    (www.onaturals.blogspot.com)

  • Anonymous says:

    Nikki…was your post an ode to Lords of the Undergound??? If it was, you just went up 1278489450 cool points!

  • adrien says:

    castor oil is the shish lol! i use it in all my mixes and dc's. castor oil has a mild humectant property to it which is why i think it keeps hair moisturized so well. my shea mix is like a whole new product with it. i liked it before but i LOVE it now with the castor oil in it. my hair actually feels and looks moist and hydrated, not just lubricated. and i mean for DAYS! i can wear a twist/braid out for days without reapplying anything to it and it will still feel soft.

  • Ashley Jane says:

    I love castor oil especially in the winter months when I load my hair up with it and keep my twists in all week. I don't add any extra moisture or oil to my hair the entire week, just wrap it up before bed, and when I take my hair down for wash day it's STILL moisturized. The combo of that oil and protective styles have resulted in MAJOR length retention and healthy near split-less ends with minimal trimming!

  • Anonymous says:

    Castor oil is a staple when doing my hair. I never twist or wear my puff without it. I order the large bottle from Iherb because the little bottle at the drug store don't last me that long.

    And I am STILL using the STASH of products you gave me. So glad I could help you "clean out"
    your stash. LOL!!

    Shalonda

  • Tonya says:

    I use JBCO and cold pressed castor oil just about every other day.

  • Anonymous says:

    Totally agree with you Nikki, I love castor oil and I also really like the Qhemet oil!

  • Anonymous says:

    Castor oil is one of my fave oils! I love the softness after using it and it really curbs the frizz.It really locks in the moisture for ages too.

  • Anonymous says:

    I'm new to castor oil just this week and wish I tried it much sooner IT'S GREAT! I got a scent free brand from Amazon and it's fabulous. I'm having breakage so trying castor oil for it's hair growing properties. Love how nice and thick it is. Did my twists tonight and my twist have never looked this good and defined!

  • hairscapades says:

    LOL @ Rece. Well … you know. That's mah baaaabyyyy!! We ride or die!! LOL!! (I sooo try to be hip … when I'm sooooo not. LOL!)

    Shelli

  • Anonymous says:

    It took me a few applications before I liked castor oil. I also had the Jamaican Black Castor Oil. At first it feels heavy on my hands, but my hair absorbs it nicely and it keeps my ends moisturized. Oddly enough, although it feels heavy on my hands, it doesn't on my hair.

    I knew Shelli (Hairscapades) would chime in on this post. She was actually the one who unintentionally encouraged me to try it. She swears by JBCO! LOL

  • thenaturalmo says:

    i just recently started using just plain ole castor oil and I love it. I had been trying to find JBCO on the ground and had no luck so I just ordered the plain stuff from vitacost. I have been using for about a week around my edges. I have seen on the forums how the ladies had experienced growth so i am hoping it fills in the thin spots

  • Anonymous says:

    I love the spray delivery method. Its a neater application, you can spray the oil into your hands or spray directly on the hair. I just bought Shea Moistures reconstructive elixir spray oil and I LOVE it. It made my braid-out turn out amazing. Like the best ever and I'm a new curly. It does contain castor oil. I am definitely looking at keeping spray oils in my stash. Thanks for the review on this spray oil.
    Oil made my hair grow to the middle of my back when I was straight so I'm trying to figure out how to use them as a curly. Spray oils help keep my curl definition more than a heavier butter. Especially with wash & go's any type of rubbing on my hair and my curls are gone.

  • hairscapades says:

    JBCO is my sweetie! Love it. It's thinner than traditional castor oil and it makes my ends soooo soft. I have fine hair and tried shea butter to seal when I first learned of the principles of moisturizing and sealing, it was just too heavy and seemed to just sit on my hair. JBCO seems to absorb so that it does not create a tacky/sticky, greasy or "chalky" surface. It just leaves my ends ends soft and sheeny. LOVE it! It is definitely one of my Holy Grail products!!

    Shelli

  • CURLYNIKKI says:

    lol @ Jax and loving castor oil like Paula Dean loves butter. nice. Me and you both!

  • CURLYNIKKI says:

    I have yet to try the Jamaican Black Castor Oil. How does it compare to the cold pressed cheap stuff I buy at Walmart?

  • Jin says:

    YES girl, I'm addicted to Jamaican Castor Oil….I apply it to wet hair after co-washing and it makes my hair feel/look so good.

  • Jax says:

    I bought some Moringa softening serum a month ago and fully concur with your review. I LOVE castor oil like Paula Deen loves butter! The smell of the Moringa is pleasant and it really helps calm my frizz. A bigger bottle is necessary.

  • Anonymous says:

    Castor oil is GREAT for twist outs, wash n going etc….it's the best $3.00 i ever spent. I get the regular bottle (in the laxative aisle) of walmart and it serves my hair up just fine. It's really not need for any other oil in my stash.

    VAL

  • Anonymous says:

    Castor oil is the BEST oil for my hair…without it my hair is soooo very dry! People be sleepin on it but it is the only thing that really keeps my hair moisterized, especially when I had a TWA

  • Anonymous says:

    i discovered the wonderment that is castor oil last winter. i used it to seal under my KCCC for wash and goes and man, i'm telling you, pretty frizz free ringlets for days! i tried it out after reading about it promoting growth and a looser curly mentioning how she used it as a hair serum.

    also, Nisus did a review on her product combo that gave her terrific curls and it included, what do you know, castor oil! http://www.itsjusthair.com/2011/02/product-ive-been-keeping-secret.html

  • Anonymous says:

    I've had a bottle sitting under my sink (uh, stash of hair oils) and recently tried in my shea butter mixture and flaxseed gel, so far I really like it.

  • Tiffany says:

    I love it to. Makes my hair soft and doesn't it promote growth?

    Peace, Love and Chocolate,
    Tiffany

  • Libby says:

    YES! I had recently read a post about 5 best oils on Savvy Brown's blog and I started thinking again about castor oil. I just gave it a try starting last year and really enjoyed it. Previously, I never thought about castor oil on the hair; all I could remember was how people used it for its laxative properties so when I smell it, it brings back bad memories. lol

    However, I was thinking of how I'd love to add a little something (like an essential oil) to help with fragrance as well as the other beneficial properties. Castor oil makes my twists hold, have more shine, and feel terrific. Definitely a keeper!

  • keisha says:

    Yep! I LOVE castor oil by itself and also Oyin burnt sugar pomade! Just melts in your hair like butter!

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