Low Porosity Hair Regimen Help w/ OIL RINSING!

Breanna Rutter


Hello everyone this is Breanna Rutter author of one of my most popular books the natural hair Bible and founder of for these videos I answer the question as you all send me via email so if any of you have any questions you would like for me to answer be sure to check out the description box below for additional information so now you get right on into the video in this video is because of an email I received from Floretta, Floretta emailed me because she says she just part of a new hair term called oil rinsing she's not sure what it is what it does to the hair and how she can even Incorporate it into her hair regimen so Floretta thank you for your email and I'm going to tell you what it is and described you some steps that you can take to start incorporating it into keeping your hair healthy maintain so the very first thing that I'm going to stay is that oil rinsing is very similar to the LOC method is just that with oil rinsing you don't need a cream and for those of you who don't know what the LOC method is it’s just a way of learning products what's your hair to keep your hair moisturized for a longer period of time so for the LOC L stands for liquid O stand for Oil and C stands for but when you are oil rinsing your hair what you're doing is using the L and the O and just skipping the cream so when doing oil rinsing you simply want to make sure you have freshly washed hair and then you use oil whatever oil of choice that you like use as a sealant and you want to run it through your hair and then after that you rinse it out so that way you can maintain more moisturized hair for a longer period of time this is extremely helpful for people who suffer with hard hair that just feels really hard or crunchy or you just generally suffer from dry hair so one of the tips that I'm going to share when you are deciding to oil rinse with your hair is that you first want to make sure that your hair is very clean so if you already use curl friendly products water-soluble silicones or any other ingredients they can easily be rinse our water you won't have to worry about him stripping anything out of your hair to begin oil rinsing but if you use hair products that are filled with silicones or that are petroleum-based it's a must that you use a clarifying cleansing shampoo the only reason why anyone with curly hair or natural or even relaxed hair should use a sulfate shampoo is to rid the hair of product build up so if you're using products that are easily rinse with water alone you have to use a sulfate product to fully cleanse your hair up in your ingredients that can cause build up so after you clean or shampoo your hair with a sulfate shampoo your hair is not squeaky clean and this is the perfect hair to start with when you want to begin oil rinsing now the next thing that you want to do is choose your will you want chosen or this already liquidy so it’s very easy to apply its consistency onto your hair when you are doing this process so anything from almond oil coconut oil jojoba oil grapeseed oil olive oil any oil that's already at a more liquidy or watery type of consistency is the best one to use for oil rinsing so that way you can rinse off your hair after you finish so the next you want to do after you have Freshly washed hair and you have your oil of choice is to first saturate your hair with water it doesn't have to be dripping wet but it should be extremely damp right before it's actually dripping wet you want to apply a good amount of oil onto your hands rub your hands together and then rub it all over your hair its best to make sure to focus on the ends since the ends is a driest part of my hair so that way it can reap the most benefits so after you rub all of your oil all over your hair you can leave for about 10 minutes this is going to allow for the oil to further penetrate inside of your hair so that way your hair can be more moisturized and you can actually get the effects of what you want from this process so that after that the last thing you going to do is you going to rinse the oil out of your hair now you're not going to rinse all the oil because it's going to be lubricated all over your strands but the reason why you have to go back and rinse the oil last so that you have to much oil on your hair so that way that is just enough this is a process that I only recommend if you suffer with damaged hair are extremely dry hair or very crunchy or hard brittle feeling hair and an extra benefit to incorporate as well oil rinsing is that when you do go to rinse the oil off of your hair that's bees sitting for 10 minutes you can apply conditioner all of your hair and then do your final and this is gonna make your hair extremely soft so you are really soft hair apply conditioner onm top of your oil and then rinse out and because you already apply oil to your hair you don't have to apply after you finish washing you just have to style is usual in most cases you don't even need to apply a cream as well soap Floretta that is the whole breakdown of what rinsing is what it does to the hair and the process that you can do to start incorporating into your regimen if needed so thank you for your email and also thank you all for watching this video if you want to know any more information I've mentioned make sure to check out description box but the next time I will see you all in my next video

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