137 Responses to “The Secrets to a Phenomenal Hot Oil Hair Treatment: Part 1 – Creating”

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  1. Eastern

    Hello Betty,

    I have one weird question. I applied coconut oil to my hair and to my surprise, I am experiencing hair loss and hair breakage. And after the oil trip my hair is very dry and brittle and when i comb it with my hand my follicle hurts. Why is this happening to me? Has anyone experiences hair loss from coconut oil. [yes coconut oil does make m hair look smooth, shiny, and beautiful but not worth it with the amount of hair loss].

    Thanks

  2. It has high tolerance even for those who suffer rashes and other allergies.
    This may bring to mind the question “is this an ethical product choice. There is a wide variety of organic skin care products for both women and men available online, but before purchasing anything make sure that the product is not dedicated to one specific type of skin, unless you know what that is.

  3. sofia

    this is really amazing. I love it

  4. I had some bad side effects from a diluted down argan oil.

  5. Nina

    I have previously used coconut oil a few times as a hair treatment and have regretted it every time because it seems to be basically impossible for me to get out of my hair again afterwards? Every time I have used it I have had to shampoo my hair with very hot water like 10 times and it still looks extremely greasy the next day? Having to shampoo it that many times in one go makes me feel like it does more harm than good for my hair. Does this happen to anyone else or is it just me?

  6. Soni

    Hi, do I need to boil oils directly and apply, or we need to put oil container in bold water?

  7. rosanna

    HI, I’ve used coconut oil and while it has left my hair soft, it leaves my hair very dull. Not sure why but it’s not the best for my thin, wavy hair. I have had really good results with olive oil and raw honey, you’ll have to work it in your hair quickly while it is still warm, otherwise it gets sticky. Once it’s cool, it will get a bit crunchy on your hair. I leave in for at least an hour and then wash my hair twice. It leaves my hair silky and it feels very strong and supple. Coconut oil does not have that effect, it leaves my hair stringy and thin-looking, even after washing it all out. I will try the jojoba oil as well, I’ve heard good things about that one. I have mixed in some castor oil with olive but the jury’s still out on that one. Thanks for your tips. Love your blog.

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  1. […] The Secrets to a Phenomenal Hot Oil Hair Treatment: Part 1 … – Crunchy Betty’s Favorite Hot Oil Hair Treatment. 1 Tbsp jojoba oil; 1 Tbsp coconut oil; 1 Tbsp castor oil; Scant 1 tbsp dried rosemary; 1 Tbsp dried horsetail leaves […]

  2. […] The Secrets to a Phenomenal Hot Oil Hair Treatment: Part 1 … – Crunchy Betty’s Favorite Hot Oil Hair Treatment. 1 Tbsp jojoba oil; 1 Tbsp coconut oil; 1 Tbsp castor oil; Scant 1 tbsp dried rosemary; 1 Tbsp dried horsetail leaves […]



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