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ReBlog: Try Heating Up Your Deep Conditioner First...

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Another great one from Jc at The Natural Haven Bloom. When I deep condition this week, I am going to give this method a go and report back to ya'll.

Happy Heating!

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By Jc at The Natural Haven Bloom

To accompany the deep conditioning time and temperature post here is how to heat your conditioner to 35°C without using a hair dryer. The Natural Haven method is to heat up your conditioner with a water bath and using your own body to gauge how warm the conditioner is. It takes about 5-10 minutes to do.

You will need

-Small glass or heat resistant plastic container
-Hot water/hot tap water
-Sink or larger bowl to place the small container in to
-Your conditioner

Method

1. Put the conditioner you are going to use in to the glass or a heat resistant plastic container.
2. Fill up the sink or larger bowl with hot water either from the tap or boiled
3. Place the small container with conditioner into the water and cover the sink or bowl with a towel
4. Wait 5-10 minutes and then stir the conditioner and check to see how warm it is. It should be warm to the touch- not hot. If you cannot comfortably touch it then you should not place it on your scalp, let it cool. If it is not warm enough, give it more time and/or increase the temperature of the water bath by adding in some more/hotter water.
5. Apply the warm conditioner to your hair and then cover with a plastic cap and follow with a towel to keep in the heat. 35°C is approximately skin surface temperature so maintaining the heat from the conditioner is easily done using your own body.

Things not to do
1.  Never heat up the whole conditioner bottle since you will affect the preservatives that prevent bacterial and fungal growth.
2. Don't overfill the sink/larger bowl, leave enough space to be able to use your fingers to remove the conditioner container bowl and don't let water get into the conditioner. 

 
 

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