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I've Joined a Hot Oil Treatment Challenge

It's been a while since I've been a part of a hair challenge and when I saw the 30 Days of Hot Oil Treatments Challenge Jay of Relaxed Thairapy and Jen of Just Grow Already I just had to join. I did hot oil treatments regularly last year and really liked the results I got from them. When I'd do a hot oil treatment my relaxed hair would feel moisturized, have a nice shine and my scalp wouldn't feel dry during most of the week. The results were always so good that I'm not sure why I stopped doing hot oil treatments other than they can be time consuming and messy.

See which natural oils I'll be using on my relaxed hair during a 30 day hot oil treatment challenge. | arleaxedgal.com

To participate in the challenge I will need to do a hot oil treatment using the oil of my choice during each wash day, no matter how long. I did my first hot oil treat during a mid week wash in preparation for my Labor Day weekend trip. I was going to be due for a wash and didn't want to try and do a hot oil treatment deep condition or even wash away from home.


For my latest hot oil treatment I used a mix of grapeseed oil, almond oil and Jamaican Black Castor Oil. I then wore my Hot Head conditioning cap for about 15-20 minutes. The results were marvelous! My relaxed hair hair and scalp felt and still feel great. For my next hot oil treatment I will probably add tea tree oil to the mix.

See which natural oils I'll be using on my relaxed hair during a 30 day hot oil treatment challenge. | arleaxedgal.com

What oils do you use for hot oil treatments?


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  1. Great choices for your oil Leah. How do you like the Jamaican Black Castor Oil? I yet to try it and have been looking into getting me some. I love tea-tree oil, its great for the scalp!

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    1. I like the JBCO. This was my first time using it in a hot oil treatment. I typically use it on my scalp and have noticed a difference in how my scalp feels. Because of the thickness a little goes a long way. I also love tea tree oil. I think I'll be using in all my hot oil treatments going forward. Thanks for reading!

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