Hot oil treatments involve applying warmed oil directly to your hair in order to help condition it. This is usually done to temporarily repair damaged hair. Using curling or straightening irons, styling products or blow drying your hair regularly can damage your hair. This may result in thin, dry hair that is prone to breaking and you may even suffer hair loss.
The Dabur Vatika Naturals Hot Oil Treatment contains olive oil, almonds and henna extract, which the manufacturer claims creates a product that provides deep conditioning for your hair. Specifically designed for people suffering from hair fall, hair loss or even simply dull and dry hair, this Dabur Vatika Naturals Hot Oil Treatment is supposed to make your hair healthier, shiny and silky.
Rather than a hot oil treatment, the Dabur Vatika Naturals Hot Oil Treatment – Deep Conditioning for Dry Dull and Lifeless Hair, as the full name suggests, is actually a deep conditioner. More cream than oil, it comes in a jar and needs only to be applied for fifteen to twenty minutes to take effect.
After Shampooing or Normal Wash
- Apply cream on your hair.
- Massage your hair and scalp gently with your fingertips to ensure complete application on hair from root to tip. (Note: You could also detangle your hair at this step!)
- Leave on for 10-15 minutes. For best results, keep hair wrapped in a hot towel (or use your steamer!)
- Rinse off hair as usual.
Ingredients: Aqua, Cetrimonium Chloride, Cetearyl Alcohol, Myristyl Alcohol, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil (Olive Oil), Prununs Amigdalus Dulcis (Almond), Lawsonia Inermis (Henna) Extract, Parfum, Magnesium Nitrate, Magnesium Chloride, Methylchloroisothiazolione, Methylisothiazolonone, Citirc Acid, CI 16255, CI 19140, CI 14720, CI 73015, CI 28440
- 17.63 OZ (500 Grams)
- 2.2 LB (1000 Grams)
Storage Instructions: Keep in Dry and Cool Place
Package: Plastic Jar
Posted by V. Jeffrey on 25th Jan 2017
I use this conditioner as a hot oil treatment each Friday night and I really like it. It softens and conditions hair well without being heavy or greasy and it has a pleasant scent. In my opinion it is best used as a deep conditioner. You can add oils and honey to it if you want but it really doesn't need anything added. it works great on its own. The price is good as well. it's a hair staple for me.
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Posted by Vera on 18th Aug 2015
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Posted by V. Jeffrey on 13th May 2015
I use this conditioner as a hot oil treatment each Friday night and I really like it. It softens and conditions hair well without being heavy or greasy and it has a pleasant scent. In my opinion it is best used as a deep conditioner. You can add oils and honey to it if you want but it really doesnt need anything added. it works great on its own. The price is good as well. its a hair staple for me.
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Posted by henotheist on 13th May 2015
creamy & quothair"My hair is healthy, and perfectly well behaved, pretty much throughout the year except in winter when it ...just...sulks. Chicago winters just make it sulk harder, fiercer and with more tenacity. My scalp gets oily because of hats, and my ends are super dry, and this mostly makes me look like I was struck by lightening...while wearing an invisible skullcap. I have tried a lot of leave in conditioners, but I was raised to believe healthy hair was not bouncy and weightless but heavy, lustrous, smoothly flowing, and with not a single fly away in sight. Most western brands have not given me that. This one delivered. The smell is a tad incense-y but not unpleasant (to me), the texture a bit goopy, and some of the ingredients made me raise my eyebrows (MARROW EXTRACT?? The vegetable or the stuff in bones??), and they seem to love their lactose analogies- flowing like cream, creamy smoothness and that made me giggle throughout the shampooing process (I am easily amused).
But, after shampooing, I squeezed out excess water, applied to hair, wrapped with saran wrap since it was laundry day, had breakfast (20 minutes) and rinsed thoroughly and my hair looked healthy, heavy, seriously lustrous, with not a fly away in sight, all what my mother has insisted for more than 3 decades are the signs of the nicest hair.
That said, this is not the "Indian" Vatika that seems to be (at first glance) quite vegetarian friendly. It is a Middle Eastern product (Dubai). Thus, you might wish to check on that marrow extract thing, if you are vegan, or if using animal based products bothers you."
Posted by Nicole W. on 13th May 2015
it took a little longer to arrive but, needless I am a happy customer. I've only used the items once, so i can't offer a fair review of the products themselves and its effectiveness.