October 1, 2013

Hot Oil Treatment for Natural Hair


She'Kia Renea breaks down the hot oil treatment process and describes the purposes of each oil! 




She'Kia writes:

This is a simple Hot Oil Treatment you can make at home! GOT NATURAL HAIR ? Want Natural Hair to GROW? NEED LONG NATURAL HAIR? JUST WENT NATURAL? GOT SHORT NATURAL HAIR (TWA)? GOT AFRO? CURLY HAIR? This Natural Journey can get confusing sometimes especially if you are a new natural. I am about to break this stuff down. 

Here's why I used each particular oil-

1. Coconut Oil
Light and non-greasy, coconut oil can easily be used by all hair types. Coconut oil is one of the few oils that can actually penetrate the hair shaft.

2. Olive Oil
This multipurpose oil is a staple in many naturals' hair care regimens. Not only is olive oil a great pre-poo and hot oil treatment option, extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) works wonders to seal moisture in and can add a kick to your conditioning routine too.

3. Castor Oil
A heavier oil great for tighter coils, castor oil can be great for sealing moisture into your hair. Many have also used this oil to help regain thickness around thinning hairlines.

4. Grape Seed Oil
This super light and moisturizing hair oil can benefit all types of curls. A natural heat protectant. This oil works great to strengthen each strand, increase manageability and can also be used to combat dry scalp and dandruff.

5. Tea Tree Oil
It is able to unblock the hair follicles and thus, eliminates dandruff.  It moisturizes the hair and scalp.

6. Safflower Oil
Safflower oil protects hair, nourishes hair follicles, moisturizes, and stimulates blood circulation to promote hair growth and thickness. And it is extremely beneficial for natural as well as dry chemically treated hair.

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