7-Blend Hot Oil Treatment for Softness, Moisture and Shine in Natural Hair

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Vlogger Naptural85 gives the secret to softness, moisture and shine with her 7-blend hot (or warm) oil treatment! She recommends that the treatment be kept in overnight and rinsed out the next morning. The flexi-rod set above was done after she applied the treatment, and we can see the beauty and shine! Here are the ingredients:

2 large spoonfuls coconut oil (moisture retention, conditioning, restore shine)
2 teaspoons olive oil (seal moisture, antibacterial properties, frizz control, restore shine)
1/2 teaspoon of sweet almond oil (moisture retention, anti-breakage, fatty acids and protein, restore shine)
1 teaspoon of castor oil (moisture retention, hair growth, restore hair loss, anti-fungal)
1/2 teaspoon of avocado oil (moisture retention, softening, strengthening, anti-fungal)
1/2 teaspoon of rosehip seed oil (antioxidant and anti-aging, treat scalp issues, moisture, restore shine)
20 pumps argan oil (antioxidant and anti-aging, fight frizz, restore shine, heat protectant, conditioning, hair growth)
20 drops of nettle extract (strengthening, hair growth, restore hair loss, restore shine, treat scalp conditions)
20 drops of horsetail extract (strengthening, hair growth, inscreased scalp health, antioxidant)

And check out the tutorial below…

Ladies, do you do hot oil treatments? What oils do you use? What are you results like?

Black Girl With Long Hair

Black Girl With Long Hair

Leila, founder of Black Girl with Long Hair (April 2008). Social media, pop culture and black beauty enthusiast.

12 thoughts on “7-Blend Hot Oil Treatment for Softness, Moisture and Shine in Natural Hair

    • Good quality Rosehip and argan oil can be pretty expensive and are amazing for the skin (rosehip is great for scars wrinkles) I would never use the pure oils on my hair unless it was a few drops here and there. It’s just too expensive imp and there are affordable oils that are just as moisturizing.
      All the other oils are pretty affordable. I just use EVOO and castor oil since I’m very protein sensitive.

    • It helps me to detangle my hair easily and it leaves my curls moisterized when I do it before I shampoo / deep condition.

  1. That is a very long ingredient list! Here in the Netherlands, it is quite difficult and very expensive to get all these oils and extracts. I use coconut oil (heating it in the microwave until it melts), sesame oil, olive oil and a bit of conditioner (whichever you prefer). I put on my shower cap and sit under a hooded dryer for 15 minutes. When I rinse it out under the shower, I detangle. It gives GREAT slip and my tangles just melt away without having to do much. I Always do this before washing it with shampoo and follow with a deep conditioner. If I only rinse it out without washing, my hair looks very greasy.

  2. i always do the hot oil treatment as a pre poo and i keep it for 2-4 hours but this time i slept and kept it overnight and i washed my hair the next day and my hair felt so soft and it was really easy to manage and detangling it was so much easier than it used to be and i just used olive oil,sweet almond oil and coconut oil :)

    • I find that when I sleep with my head covered with plastic, that my sleep is really not that good because of how hot my head feels. How do you deal with this is? or is that not a problem?

  3. Hi i am from South Africa and want to do the oil treatment but can find the
    Horsetail (Equisetum Arvense) please let me know what else i can use.

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