Best Moisturizers For Moisturizing & Sealing Natural Hair

Best Moisturizers For Moisturizing & Sealing Natural Hair


Hello everyone this is Breanna Rutter author
of one of my most popular books the natural hair Bible and founder of howtoblackhair.com
and for these videos I love to answer the questions you all send me via email so any
of you have any questions that you will like for me to answer be sure to check out the
description box below for additional information so now to get right on into the video in this
video is because of a question Shirley sent me Shirley emailed me because she says she
has very thick hair but the problem is is that because her strands are fine she has
a hard time finding a good moisturizing that doesnt weigh her hair down so Shirley I’m
going to give you some things to look out for and consider when choosing the best moisturizer
for your hair especially since you have fine hair so the first thing I want to suggest
is that when you are looking for moisturizers the only oils that should be in your product
are shaft penetrating oils shaft penetrating oils is the only oil that’s best for doing
so which is oils classified as cold pressed virgin oil now the product can say that has
virgin oil in it byt that that type of oil is a was going to be best in your specific
situation coldpressed oils to do a better job of penetrating the hair shaft instead
of laying on the outside of the hair shaft which is why you have a greasy or weighed
down feeling with your hair you have to look for products that only contain oils if it
contains oils that it has cold pressed virgin oils and other second thing I’m going to mention
is that depending on what oils you figured work best for you are not a good oil to try
out for the very first thing that you want to use for your hair is to look for jojoba
oil, jojoba oil matches more perfectly to the natural sebum that we all excrete from
her scalp in this is a natural oil that protects your hair that everyone produced naturally
jojoba oil is the best oil that mimics sebum so it’s lighter it’s easier on hair he doesn’t
weigh hair down as much this is probably the best choice for you to consider as your first
option using oils on your hair and on the very last thing I’m going to mention if you
are using other styling products such as gel creams or butters is that you want to use
them sparingly so use them if you want more of the weighed down type of feel with your
hair depending on if you want your hair styles to last a little bit longer or you just want
to try different things on your hair only use these products barely when you need to
to give you more hold or to allow your hair to weigh down a little bit more than what
it actually does so I know sometimes it can be tricky or trying to find products that
will help with fine hair all you have to do is make sure to stay away from those heavier
oils always look for coldpressed virgin oil since these are what will be best for your
hair thank you for your email Shirley and also want to thank everyone else was watching
until next time I’ll see you all in my next video

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12 Comments

  1. My hair is fine, but I have a lot of hair, I'm transitioning to natural and I am 18 months post. I have the opposite problem. My hair is very dry, I moisturize and seal it one day and the next day it's dry, what do you reccomend I do?

  2. Kimmaytube leave in with KCKT is the best for my hair. Also I wear a lot of protective styles and to keep my hair moist I use Trader Joes TeaTree conditioner, aloe Vera juice and water mixed as a spritzer. I seal with an oil mix of coconut, jojoba, evoo, and avocado oils.

  3. Hi Breanna, I have dry skin and it shows when it comes to my hair. My hair itself never looks dry; however, my scalp is an entirely different story. I have what it seems to be dandruffs. I've used medicated products in my hair suggested by my dermatologist and everything. I shampoo my hair regular and I grease my scalp directly afterwards. I was really hoping if you knew anything that would either help or get rid of it.

    Thanks in advance,
    Kyana

  4. Thank you for all that you do in informing people about how to take care of their hair. As a single father this info has been invaluable. Thanks again! You do an excellent job in explaining and instructing. Always very easy to understand.

  5. My moisturizer that works best for me is my home made solution. 1 part water, 10-20 Drops of Peppermint oil and Tea tree oil with 2 tablespoon of Jamaican Black Castro Oil. All In a small water bottle. Water is the best moisturizer.

  6. I don't like being natural my hair is very thick. My natural hair is very time consuming. It must be braided to remain soft.

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