Hot oil treatment for healthy long hair & hair growth

Hot oil treatment for healthy long hair & hair growth


Hi guys! I hope you all had wonderful Christmas celebrations. Now, before the year ends I want to share something with you that I’ve been LOVING lately: I’m talking about hot oil hair treatments. I used to do them now and then. I do hair and oil treatments quite a lot, but hot oil…hmm, not so much. And lately I’ve been doing them so much, I’ve been trying out my own recipes. And I’ve been loving what it’s doing for my hair and also for, just for my general well-being. So I thought I’d share it with you! I actually did one today, and…I don’t know what you think, but I think my hair is looking pretty good! [laughs] It just FEELS wonderful, so soft and smooth. And very light too, because I’m using light oils. It smells so good, it’s quite shiny and I just really love it. The treatment itself really isn’t difficult or expensive. It doesn’t take THAT long to do, you can just incorporate it into your regular hair care routine. And I think the benefits are definitely worth the time. And it’s ‘me’ time, you know, it’s very relaxing to do. The hot oil on your scalp and the smell of the oils I’m using…oh, it just feels SO wonderful. So it’s a really nice treat for yourself. It’s very, very relaxing, it will make you feel happy and it will make your hair very happy too! The ingredients I’m using are lavender essential oil, jojoba oil and olive oil. Pour some boiling water into a ceramic bowl. You’ll also need a smaller, glass bowl that fits into the ceramic bowl. Pour about 3 tablespoons of jojoba oil into the glass bowl. Now add about 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Of course the measurements depend on your hair length and on how much you want to saturate your hair with the oil. Lastly, add about 5 drops of lavender essential oil and stir. Place the glass bowl into the ceramic bowl with the hot water and let the oil mixture heat up. Carefully test the temperature of the mixture with your finger. When it’s hot enough, take the bowl out. You’re now ready to cover your hair with the oil. Make sure the oil isn’t too hot as you could burn your scalp! I always test on my wrist first and always pour slowly onto the scalp to get a good sense of how hot it is. These oils don’t really drip easily, so you don’t neccesarily need to do this in the shower or bath tub.Just to be on the safe side, you can drape a towel over your shoulders when applying the oil mixture onto your hair. It feels wonderful when you pour it onto your scalp on dry hair. Massage into your scalp very well. The massaging part is very important to get the full beneficial qualities of this oil treatment, so DON’T skip this! Also use the mixture on the rest of your hair, but the main focus should be on the scalp. This oil treatment has many amazing benefits and my oils are carefully chosen to not only improve the health of hair and scalp, but also to improve growth. Jojoba oil has many benefits on the hair. It stimulates hair growth, moisturizes, adds shine and softness, prevents tangles and hair loss, conditions. It reduces and can even cure scalp acne and hair loss. It makes the hair stronger and healthier, hydrates and cleanses the scalp. It prevents split ends and dandruff and relieves scalp psoriasis. Olive oil also has many benefits. Amongst other things it can improve blood circulation in the scalp, which can result in thicker and faster growing strands, it adds strength and shine, reduces split ends and frizz. It makes the hair softer, moisturizes the hair, removes sebum buildup, prevents and can even cure hair loss, lice and dandruff. Lavender oil improves hair growth and thickness, conditions the hair and adds volume, reduces and can cure hair loss, dandruff, itchy scalp and lice. It’s also a wonderfully relaxing oil that helps with relieving stress, anxiety, insomnia and depression. Trap the warmth by using a plastic shower cap and leave on for at least half an hour. Then wash your hair as usual and let dry. Oh yes, before I forget: I kind of edited my Christmas wishes out of my previous video. I’m sorry about that. I did it on purpose, because I thought I was going to make another video BEFORE Christmas. Because I thought Christmas was on a Sunday… and it was on a Friday. So, I didn’t make another video and therefor I didn’t wish you all a happy, merry Christmas. Which I’m SO sorry about. It was just one of those things, but: A belated merry Christmas from me. And of course a happy New Year. I’m still in time for that! If you are doing something special on New Year’s Eve, if you’re going out: Please be careful, have a lot of fun. And, yes, I will see you guys in 2016! Thank you for watching! Oh, and if you like the video, please give it a thumbs up and subscwi…ehhh… subscribe if you haven’t already. Thank you for watching. Byyeeee!! *mwah!* [flying kiss sound]

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