Best Oil Mixture For Natural Hair Growth!

Breanna Rutter


Hello everyone this is Breanna Rutter author of one of my most popular books the natural hair Bible and founder of and for these videos I love to answer the question see you all send me via email so any of you have any questions you will like for me to answer be sure to check out the description box below for additional information so we going to get right on into the video in this video is because of a question I received from Bella, Bella emailed me because she said I already know the difference between cold pressed virgin oils and virgin oils but really is it really a big deal about what kinds of oils I can use to keep my hair healthy so I'm glad you sent me that email because yes is very important types of oil of your choosing to care for your hair especially if you want specific results with using your oils so today I have for you three things that I want to mention that will help you to consider whether or not you really need coldpressed virgin oils or that using virgin oils is best for you so first what I'm going to say is that coldpressed oils of course always out beat be virgin oils because you have to extract the oils from the plant by heating them most likely when you hear oils labeled as virgin oils that just means that the oils only derive from one source so virgin olive oil doesn't mean that is the best oil for you it just means that only contains olive oil that if the label says coldpressed virgin olive oil that means that most of the nutritional value is still intact because they did need heat to extract oil from the olive seeds or the olive plants so yes there's a big difference in the type of worship want to be using if you need them for specific results so my very next tip that I'm going to be sharing with you is that the quality of your oils do most likely reflect in the price that you have to pay for them so depending on your budget or whatever price range you feel to pay for your oils will determine what kind of oils you can afford but in most cases coldpressed virgin oil is extremely more expensive than it is for typical virgin oils and no you don't need coldpressed virgin oils to keep your hair healthy your hair is already healthy you don't have to use this type of oil you can use regular virgin oils but if you have damaged hair or you are suffering from breakage or thinning or any other problems associated with your hair that you do not like or need to improve upon and I highly suggest that you treat your hair whether momentarily or always have any arsenal by using coldpressed virgin oils and now the very last tip that I'm going to share is that regular virgin oils are usually slightly more's acidic and coldpressed virgin oils which are usually more alkaline now depending on the state of your hair one is usually more desirable than the other so say you typically have healthy hair you have to do much deep conditioning treatments you dont ever really have problems with breakage or anything like that I highly suggest using regular virgin oils because since they are more slightly as you take a more slightly acidic product will actually help seal you your hair so if you're looking for a perfect sealant then always adjust searching for virgin oils rather than coldpressed virgin oils now on the other hand coldpressed virgin oils are great for using steam treatments or overnight oil treatments on your hair this oil is more alkaline which is going to deeply penetrate the hair shaft so I know for most people there like yeah oil is oil this and that but really if you want to specifically get certain results from all with your hair by using certain products is very important the type of oils that you are choosing to treat your hair for such so if you using oils to do a how oil treatments and you are noticing like I'm not really getting over the fact that himself from breakage even though I'm using olive oil treatments the most likely are probably not using the best will for your hair because the best oil for your hair in that case is coldpressed virgin oils and that could be anywhere oil from olive oil to almond oil coconut well whatever you like to use for your hair just try them all out and see what you like that so thank you Bella for sending me that question no technically speaking it really doesn't matter but it does if you're looking to do certain specific things with your hair so of course if there's any more information that any of you need while watching make sure to check out the description box until next time I'll see you all in my next video

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