HOW TO HEAT YOUR HAIR OIL TO KEEP ITS NUTRIENT INTACT

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hot oilHello Girls,

As I shared in my previous post that I was pampering my hair with the hot oil treatment and which oil should you use according to your hair type. In my today’s post I will be sharing how to take the hot oil treatment and most importantly how to heat up your oil so that the nutrients in them does not get evaporated.

Hot oil treatments are really beneficial for our hair. It helps in retaining back the moisture to the hair strands. If you would say so does the normal oiling but the difference is that the heat of the hot oil actually helps to open the cuticles and thus helps in better penetration and helps in increasing blood circulation and strengthening the roots.

For hot oil treatments you should always heat the oil using the double boiler method or the indirect heat method. Double boiler method is where you heat the oil in slow flame and let it heat a bit by supplying the indirect heat.

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Benefits of Hot Oil Treatment

  • It helps in better penetration of oil.
  • It nourishes the scalp.
  • It prevents dandruff and helps in getting rid of flakes.
  • It promotes blood circulation.
  • It prevents breakage of hair.
  • It adds beautiful shine to your hair.
  • It makes hair more manageable.
  • It works best for preventing split ends.
  • It conditions your hair.
  • It decreases hair fall and promotes hair growth.

Here is how to heat up the oil using double boiler method

Take a saucepan or a bigger container with flat surface and pour about 200 ml of water. Place it on the gas with low flame. Now take a small bowl (I took the steel bowl) and take the oil you need in it and place it onto the saucepan with water in it. Now let the oil heat up little bit. Do not let the oil heat up so much that you see smoke coming out, this would result in the essential nutrients of your oil being lost.

hot oil treatment using double boiler

Now take the oil after it is perfectly warm. Take care of your hand try to prevent it for getting hurt. Part your hair in four sections and apply the hair oil to the roots and scalp and massage it slowly with your fingers. Leave it preferably overnight and take the steam with a napkin or towel by dipping it in the warm water. Then shampoo and condition your hair as usual.

Try avoiding the common mistakes that we all make unknowingly while oiling our hair which damages our hair. Hope you liked this article.

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Have a great time pampering your hair.

28 thoughts on “HOW TO HEAT YOUR HAIR OIL TO KEEP ITS NUTRIENT INTACT”

  1. So happy to have come across your blog, I am blessed with good hair (thank god and thank you, mom) and I, just like you, love to experiment with my hair 🙂

    I never used double boiler method to heat oil, will have to give that one a try!

    Have a luscious and shining New year, Nimisha 🙂

  2. Thank you So Much Kusum for your kind words. I agree full credit for our beauty goes to our moms for taking such good care of us. BTW, you should really use the double boiler method to heat your hair oil. It will help in better penetration of oil into scalp and it will also keep the nutrients of the oil intact . Have a happy new year to you and your family. See you back soon Girl. 🙂

  3. Thank you so much for your kind words Mardene. I am so glad it worked for you. Have a Happy New Year Girl .. 🙂

  4. I am so excited that I found your blog 🙂 I love hair care and your information is just what I need. Subscribed 🙂

  5. As a traveler, i prioritize more saving for my trips rather than going to salon for my hair treatment which is expensive here in the middle east. I am more on into doing things on my own, this article will help me to treat my hair without visiting salon. Thanks!

  6. I ave made the fenugreek paste with 1 teaspoon ground fenugree, 2 teaspoon each of heated jojoba and coconut oil. Can I add cayenne powder? Should I increase the amount of oil?
    I just found your website, it is wonderfully informative.
    Thank you.
    Jeanne Liander

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