1- What are some things that cause hair breakage? Excessive heat, over processing and dryness.

2- What is over processing and how does it cause damage to your hair? Over processing can be done with relaxers and color done improperly. Left on to long, over leaping chemicals or using the wrong strength.

3- How does our hair becomes excessively dry? All things that we do to our hair can cause it to become more vulnerable by drying out the hair shaft and making it more porous, blow drying, shampooing without conditioning, uv ray form the sun.

4- What can we do to prevent hair breakage? Keep hair healthy and well condition at lease twice a month. use a leave -in conditioner, use low heat when blow drying.

5- Are there any other steps we can take? For relaxed hair try roller setting and wrapping, sleep on a silk or satin pillowcase, allow your stylist to apply all of your chemical services (relaxer and color).

6- What if you already have hair breakage what can we do? Get regular trims every four to six weeks. Start wet setting hair, drink more water. Moisturizing your hair begin in the body. Regular deep protein conditioning treatment.

If you didn't know these are some of the other OILS that are GREAT for hair and skin.

  • Rosehip Seed Oil
  • People use Rosehip Seed Oil as an anti-aging and skin rejuvenating oil. Workers in Chile extract the oil from a wild rose plant native to the country. The oil contains Vitamin A, which helps keep the skin smooth. It also has essential fatty acids and Vitamin E, and is rich in linoleic acids, which are skin nutrients. It is a "dry" oil that soaks into the skin without leaving you feeling greasy. The oil is delicate, and you should keep it refrigerated.

Olive Oil

  • People have used common household olive oil for skin care for thousands of years. The oil helps to make the skin more smooth and radiant. You can add 1/4 cup of olive oil to the bathwater before you take a bath; you can create a facial mask by combining it with honey and an egg yolk; or you can simply apply it directly to any dry areas on your body.
Jojoba Oil
  • Jojoba oil comes from the jojoba tree, which is native to the Southwestern United States and Mexico. It's more of a wax ester than an oil, which makes it more similar to human skin oil. The oil provides moisture to your skin all day, as it doesn't evaporate. Jojoba oil also does not become rancid or lose its properties after a long period of storage. However, the oil can be expensive, and you may want to avoid applying too much of the oil to your skin, as it will give it an unwelcome shine.
Grape Seed Oil
  • Grape Seed Oil, which comes from cold-pressing grape seeds after using the grapes to make wine, is good for skin and general health, as it contains important antioxidants. People use it in many products, including soaps, cosmetics and lip balms. The oil contains polyphenols, which can help slow aging and clear up acne, as well as tone and tighten skin. It also contains nutrients such as linoleic acids.
Coconut Oil
  • Coconut oil is good for a number of things, including skin care. It is a good massage oil that moisturizes dry skin. The oil may also delay wrinkling and prevent sagging. People also use it to treat skin conditions, such as psoriasis and eczema. Many products, such as soaps and creams for skin care, use coconut oil as a fundamental ingredient.