Every African intending to grow fuller and healthier hair would have at one point of the other heard of the hot oil treatment. But the question is, as an African, do you know how it is done or the benefits it adds to your hair? You don’t? Continue reading.

Using hot oil hair treatments has many benefits for dry hair and a dry scalp. There are several benefits of hot oil treatment that your hair will thank you for. Hot oil treatment should be a part of your healthy hair regimen. We put our hair through a lot; from change in temperature, styling manipulation and the likes. As a result, the hot oil treatment helps to strengthen and prevent split ends, it helps to add shine to the hair, it stimulates blood flow to the scalp which helps promote healthier hair, it helps with dandruff relief and it also helps reduce dryness on both the hair and scalp and keep the hair moisturized.

Having established the several benefits of the hot oil treatment, you’ll agree with me that it is necessary,yeah? Good.

Now i will work you through how it is done.

Firstly, you must know that to reduce the risk of a reaction to this treatment, you have to use oils that are not combined with synthetic ingredients and are 100% natural. Afrovirtues herbal hair growth oil or dandruff oil has got you covered with this.

Next, prepare your oil, bowl, heated water, scalp massager, shower cap and heat cap ready. You’ve got them all? Great! Let’s go on!

Take a little quantity of your oil into a bowl and place that bowl into another bowl of heated water. Leave for two minutes so the oil doesn’t get too hot. Then divide your hair into sections and massage you scalp with the hot oil. Use your scalp massager to aid this process so the oil goes in. After this, cover your hair with your shower cap. Plug in the heat cap and also cover your hair with it for extra heat.

And that’s it! Easy-peasy! Much easier than you thought yeah? I know!

Make sure you do this treatment on every wash-day and tell us about your experience in the comments!

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