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Bella knows the difference between cold pressed virgin oils and virgin oils but sometimes the prices are ridiculous, will it really benefit her hair to by extra virgin oils.
Hair Tip #1 Cold Pressed Oils aren’t Heated* Which Contains more Nutritional Value for your Hair and Body (this type of oil is extracted through pressurizing under temperatures of 120° to 150°)
Organic Cold Pressed Virgin Coconut Oil http://goo.gl/P94AnO
Organic Cold Pressed Virgin Almond Oil http://goo.gl/4U7F5q
Organic Cold Pressed Virgin Olive Oil http://goo.gl/ADTmjl
Hair Tip #2 You Are Getting What You Pay For But You Don’t Have to Use Them for Healthy Hair
Depending on your individual price budget, you may or may not be able to purchase organic cold pressed virgin oils and if you are able to use virgin oils, that’s a lot better than not using any oils at all for your hair care!
Hair Tip #3 Lower Quality Oils for Sealing (More Acidic)((Virgin Oils), Higher Quality Oils for Penetration (More Alkaline)(Cold Pressed Virgin Oils)
PH Testing Kit http://goo.gl/vK30V6
If your hair and scalp is in an healthy state, using a lower quality oil in comparison to virgin cold pressed oils are virgin oils. Since the PH of lower quality oils are usually more acidic, it works better on the surface of the hair as a sealant since the PH of hair and scalp is slightly acidic (PH 4.5 – 5.5)
If your hair needs a shaft penetrating treatment for hair breakage or chronic dry hair for example, use a higher quality oil, virgin cold pressed oils, to treat your hair. Since the Ph of higher quality oils are usually more alkaline, it works better as a penetrating product than a sealant since the PH is typically higher than your hair.
Alkaline products open up the hair shaft for penetration, while acidic products close the hair shaft for sealing in moisture.
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