Imagine having a blend of natural oil working on your hair to promote healthier hair. This is what the Hot Oil Treatment does. It can be used as intense conditioning on wash days or as a daily hair and scalp oil. Before shampooing, massage warm oil through damp hair and scalp, cover with a plastic cap and a warm, damp towel for 30 minutes. Rinse with warm water.
Yes there's something as over-treating your hair. Back to back hair dyeing is a no-no. Wait for at least 6 weeks before applying another hair dye to your hair. Allow your hair to breathe. If you're also in the habit of deep conditioning more than once a week, please stop.
Back then, we used to think moisturizing hair meant slapping some oil on it and styling. Gosh that was so wrong. It took a while to understand that oil is only a sealant. If your hair is dry and you apply oil to it, you only seal in the dryness.
Deep conditioning should not only be a reserved treatment when your hair starts to break. Considering how natural hair loves moisture, deep conditioning treatment should be part of your regimen. Some recommend deep conditioning once every 2 weeks.
We're so used to combing our permed hair that we often feel natural hair should be easily manipulated like that too. Well we have some good news for you: you don't need to comb your natural hair on a daily basis. Don't get us wrong though, natural hair tangles up a lot. This is why it's important to detangle first with your hand or a wide-tooth comb. Before you even think of combing, make sure your hair is properly moisturized and detangled.