As the weath­er gets cold­er (and ends get dri­er and crunchi­er), it’s great to bust out the oils for a hot oil treat­ment. Treat­ments with pen­e­trat­ing oils are great for infus­ing deep mois­ture and strength, while treat­ments with coat­ing oils add a lay­er of pro­tec­tion and shine. Click below for Naptural85’s sim­ple tuto­r­i­al:

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What oils did you put in you mix­ture?


Am I miss­ing some­thing? Where does it say what she put in the mix­ture?

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This is the right web site for any­body who would like to find
out about this top­ic. You know so much its almost tough too arguhe with you (not
that I per­son­al­ly will need to…HaHa). You cer­tain­ly put a new spin on a top­uc that has been writ­ten about for a long time.

Excel­lent stuff, just great!

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Whyy peo­ple still use to read news papers when in this tech­no­log­i­cal
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Marissa Moncriffe

I did a hot oil treat­ment and it felt good! but it’s noth­ing I can do about the oil leak­ing on my face and neck lol. I use a mix of cas­tor oil and coconut oil on my scalp and deep con­di­tion­er on my ends. Keep it on for an hour then rinse. Before all that use a clar­i­fy­ing sham­poo so all the oil can seep in and nour­ish my scalp direct­ly.
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I mix my oils with con­di­tion­er because it makes it a lit­tle less run­ny when I sit user the heat cap.


Hey!Do you ?now if the? make any ?lug­ins to pro­tect
agai?st hack­ers? I’m kin­da para­noid ab?ut los­ing ever?thing I’ve worked hard on.

Any tips?


When I putting oil my hair falling. Why its so.please. answer me :(


I love this. I use coconut oil, it works bet­ter on my head and doesn’t try it out.




” If that is the case, then if you eat many deli­cious, but unhealthy, then what does. Close to all processed meals bought from super­mar­kets have items which out­come in excess unwant­ed fat. Veg­eta­bles and fruits con­tain sub­stances in plants, to find for the pre­ven­tion of car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­eases.


good job.make your hair silky and shinny.but how do i mix these hon­ey and olive oil must it be hot?


cas­tor oil is dry­ing so I would cau­tion against this , and hon­ey pro­duces per­ox­ide when it comes in con­tact with water, which will light­en your hair a lit­tle, but it is also a humec­tant ‚olive oil and jojo­ba and almond are very good . I use a lot of dif­fer­ent oils for dif­fer­ent things, like I have a mix­ture I use for oil cleans­ing my face and anoth­er mix­ture I use for a face & body oil ;)


Very nice video! Great job. Tama­ra :)


Nice tuto­r­i­al :) what about adding some hon­ey? Btw I get all my oils and beau­ty prod­ucts on iherb.Com You can also use reward code ZQL811 and check­out and get $10 dis­count on your first purchase.Check it out girls ;)


I mean 1 table­spoon of hon­ey to 2 table­spoons olive oil


Uh no men­tion of adding hon­ey? Seri­ous­ly hon­ey and olive oil is the best hot oil treat­ment ever. You can make it less messy by mix­ing it with some of your favorite thick deep con­di­tion­er( I like Neu­tro­ge­na Triple mois­ture hair mask). Been using this com­bo for years. So so good to mois­tur­ize your hair. The recipe is 1 Table­spoon hon­ey to 2 Table­spoon hon­ey.


Can you use any type of hon­ey or does it have to be raw? Does it make the hair sticky?

Kaila P

The OPERATIVE word here is OIL, yes hon­ey is amaz­ing for the hair but its a hot oil treat­ment which means only oils will be used. But hon­ey is excel­lent for deep con­di­tion­ers


aww look at Whit­ney w/ her lit­tle fro back in the day! yeayyy! excel­lent choice of vids! def­i­nite­ly need to do one tonight


i knowww and now she has a beau­ti­ful baby too! love her…
i noticed awhile ago that her hair now looks so much more health­i­er and lush with her sim­pler reg­i­men (Flax seed, mud wash, butters.,etc) than it did back then.

Stephanie Miller

I did one with cas­tor oil, olive oil, coconut oil, grape­seed oil, and Crisco.…my hair was SHINY :) and it detan­gled so eas­i­ly. The knots just slid out.


curi­ous, why Crisco?

Stephanie Miller

I for­got why, but its so fat­ty and it makes my tan­gles just slip out…

Siman Omar

Cas­tor oil adds strength to the hair.


Did one awhile back need to do anoth­er one


This tuto­r­i­al is nice. I like to make mine with coconut oil (pen­e­trat­ing), jojo­ba oil, cas­tor oil, and olive oil. It’s oily heav­en for my hair. :)