Azad English: my hair is dry can i use vegetable glycerin oil ?plz
Baron Münchhausen: I had some really bad cracked heels, my left heel was the worse with a big
crack right through the middle of it. For years I suffered with it. I
bought this oil thinking nothing of my feet, just thought for the price let
me check it out. Well I put this on my feet after a shower one day and the
next day my dried cracked heels were soft for the first time in a long
time. I started using this daily on my heels, used a foot scraper and
started to notice my heels were so much softer. After about a month of use,
the crack in my left heel is completely gone. My heels look the color of
normal skin again for the first time in 20 years. I have these rubber
swimming shoes, right after the shower I put some oil directly in the shoe
itself. Then walk around the house the rest of the day while my heels
absorb the Glycerine Vegetable oil. I have now bought 10 more bottles, just
for my feet.
OneidaNativeGirl16: Would it make your eye brows grow?
777videos7777: beautiful spirit!
semirah jewels: Really like your reviews on these two products, they're my favorite things.
Cheryl Harris: What are your thoughts on biotin and MMS for hair growth? What about
Mattie Graham: where can i buy vegetable glycerin oil from.
KelsiieKetamine: You should be careful with vegetal glycerin if you live in a dry climate.
It sucks the moisture from the air so if there if you live in a dry climate
it can make your hair dry.
Shanesha Gillion: Where yu get the oil from again??
pr3TTyb0ii06: Can you mix both oils together and add like sweet almond oil or lavender
BREONNAQUEEN: you can mix the two together but the it would be very very thick. I suggest
adding an essential oil (I have a video about those) and/or water to the
BREONNAQUEEN: @wishywashygirl19 I would suggest putting some heat protectant serum on
your hair before you straighten or dry it. This helps your hair to be
smooth, frizz-free, softer and prevents your hair from getting damaged due
to heat. Then after you have applied heat, add a little oil.
Keema Marie: Have you tried jojoba oil? I just started using it and I hear it's a really
good oil as well
BREONNAQUEEN: yes, you can mix oils together! I have a video called "Oils for hair
growth" check that out for more info about mixing oils :)
wishywashygirl19: Can you straighten your hair after putting in the glycerin also can you
BREONNAQUEEN: @nisey088 thank you!
BREONNAQUEEN: lol thanks, I was born in Kentucky.
Ebony_Goddess: i will definitely be trying castor oil. One question though...can OO be
used as a substitute if you dont have Castor?
BREONNAQUEEN: Thank you! The great thing about oils is they are so versatile! You can mix
them with so many things and can find a billion uses for each! I love my
vegetable glycerin mixed grapeseed oil and water! I use it as a mist to
help provide a lil sheen!
orbitalurban: Great review! Now I wish I had found your vid earlier... I just started
using the Now Solutions Vegetable Glycerin, mixed with butter/oils, and it
feels good on my hair. Still have not experiment with the Castor oil... I
have to wait to mix it in something later. :^)
Amber Johnson: Where do you buy the castor oil and the vegetable glycerin & how much did
love heart: U dont know what your talking about. tell us what glycerine is and how to
use it the right way sweety b4 u get on here and think u know what yoir
talking about as if you are an expert. u are not suppose to apply glycerine
directly to the hair.
Patricia Jackson: Hello breonnaqueen, your review was great, thank you. I just wanted to know
if you've ever mixed any of these oils with Coconut oil and if so what were
Yissel Herrera: On a previous video u spoke of Argan oil 4 hair growth. Which 1 works best
Castor oil or Argan oil? Also, from watching other videos I found out that
Castor oil stinks. S d 1 u use diferent or s d smell just something u deal
Jaden I: How do you use the veg. glycerine on your skin?
BREONNAQUEEN: @expertonmyself ooh! i'll have to try that out (vg &water in a spray
bottle) thanks! :)
Texlaxed Tresses: Great reviews!
mizhani barbiedoll: You're Gorgeous .
FemmefataleLB: I hope I'm not being tacky but what color hair do you have. It's really
BREONNAQUEEN: Olive Oil and Castor oil are two different oils. Castor comes from the
castor bean and Olive Olive from olives so you can't really "substitute"
them since they derive from different things but both are great for skin
BREONNAQUEEN: aw thank you!
love heart: Glycerine should be made into a mixture and then applied to the hair: equal
parts water and equal parts glycerine. For some this may b a little to
thick, u may want to add a little more water. So, there u go. My point was
exactly what u said dear: provide information about the product your
reviewing & not misleading viewers. But if u like applying it directly,
hey, do it.
BREONNAQUEEN: @TheJasi3 If I do not know what I am talking about then please provide
informational backup so I can see the error of my ways since OBVIOUSLY you
know what you are talking about. Also, when did I say I was an expert?
Exactly. Girl bye.
iloveandroidxd: PLEASE BREONNA I NEED HELP :/ I bought a 100ml bottle of castor oil from my
local pharmacy and I only asked for castor oil for external use.So now I
don't know if it's cold pressed, plus it was not from a brand so I can't
search it.It's literally clear and thick.It smells like wood/bean or
something like that.Is there a way I can find out if mine is ideal for hair
BREONNAQUEEN: @wishywashygirl19 I personally dont recommend putting oil in your hair then
straightening or blow drying it. Adding oil to your hair then applying heat
will cause your hair to fry easily (just like when u put olive oil in a
skillet then put it on a high temperature, the oil gets hot and starts to
pop) I put a little oil in my hair after Im done applying heat to add a
nice shine & help any flyways.
BREONNAQUEEN: If it says external use only then its not cold pressed (cold pressed means
its intended for human consumption) and that it's not "pure" castor oil.
Are there any ingredients on it at all? I would think it would still be
fine to apply to hair though. Maybe not eyelashes though since its close to
Cali Gurl: Where are you from? I love your accent. lol
artistNexile: I've been hearing a lot about castor oil. Is there any difference in
regular castor oil and Jamaican Black castor oil as far as the benefits?
BREONNAQUEEN: @KimKIMMYPossible thanks! :)
quebex: ..lol why are you talking like your in a commercial ? XD
orbitalurban: Hey!! That is so true about oil mixing... Recently I did a mix to use as a
mist on my twists with Vegetable Glycerin, EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil) &
Water. Hmm...it feels soft! Well, I now have Castor oil and waiting to get
1 more ingredient in order to mix it with a leave in conditioner. I'm still
not into the leave in conditioners much... I rather use a mixture of
butters for my hair, along with other oils too. I hope this mixture comes
out better than my last. :^)
Su.Lee: so do u leave it in or wash it out?
BREONNAQUEEN: Argan makes your hair look better (provides shine, helps dry hair, brittle
hair) but as far as your roots, which is where your hair grows from, I dont
think it benefits (they do have argan shampoo & conditioner Ive never tried
though). However, it does help retain length which is necessary if your
want your hair to be longer. Castor oil does grow your hair & thickens it
up! I dont have problem with the smell but you can mix it with a little
coconut oil, carrot oil, ect to hide the scent.
rifacakez: I'm not sure if anyone has said this already but using the vegetable
glycerin alone will pull the moisture out of your hair.. I mix my vegetable
oil with water and other oils in a spray bottle
love heart: Chill out sweety. I didnt mean to offend u. I am a cosmetologist
sweetheart. You didnt have to mention u were an expert, your actions speak
loud and clear. you should kno that glycerine is a humectnant. humectant
attract moisture. When u apply it correctly then it will attract moisture
from the air keeping your hair richly moisterized. If u use a humectant the
wrong way it has an adverse affect and draw moisture away from the hair.
Glycerine, honey etc SHOULD NEVER BE APPLIED DIRECTLY TO HAIR.
FemmefataleLB: is your hair jet black or dark brown. I'm thinking about getting a similar
hairstyle for the summer. A little change
FemmefataleLB: oh, thanks for info on vegetable glycerin. Mos def going to try it
Yissel Herrera: Thank u 4 d quick reply.
SantinaJohnson1: I like you accent :)!! It's welcoming.
Karen Sterling: you just described my scalp, I have to try a get some of this castor oil
and see what it would do for my hair
Castor Oil and Vegetable glycerin benefits for hair growth4.8
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