Hot Head™ microwavable deep conditioning heat cap.
Oh, sweet minty peppermints, how we love thee! Treat your hair to a holiday-inspired deep conditioning treatment with this Peppermint Hot Head. Wear your favorite side facing out, or alternate them depending on your mood.
Have a little one that might enjoy a day of pampering their hair with you? Grab the matching Little Hot Head here!
ABOUT THE PRODUCT:
Hot Head™ dramatically improves the result of your favorite deep conditioner, hair masque, oil, or other hair treatment. Without heat, your treatment can only do so much to improve the quality of your hair. Typically, the cuticle is closed, so the treatment is only able to work on the surface of the hair shaft. The results are minimal and superficial when compared to heat enhanced deep conditioning treatments. Hot Head enables the hair cuticle to open for an extended period, allowing the treatment to penetrate the hair shaft, nourishing it from the inside out.
Shower caps are essential when using Hot Head! Save yourself a trip to the beauty supply store and add on a 10-pack of disposable shower caps.
While most are using this neat item to condition their hair, I’m using it mainly to increase the absorption of a special blend of aromatherapy oils directly into my scalp. I cycle in and out of hair loss called alopecia areata and currently have maybe 35% of my hair, which is shaved short. The cap is very comfortable against the bare areas of my head, not too hot. I have no doubt it’s increasing the efficacy of the oils, and when my hair comes back, I’ll use it to condition it. I also used it when conditioning my human hair wig and it came out softer and shinier than it did without the cap. Very neat product! Sherry Schaefer on Jan 16th 2018
I have used my thermal cap twice now and each time my hair looks smoother once dry. I have curly hair and plan do deep condition weekly. I purchased some disposable shower caps too and those work great. After about 15 minutes I do have to reheat the cap but that is not a problem. Great product! msbananas on Jan 16th 2018
I absolutely LOVE my Hot Head! So convenient to be able to deep condition while I'm doing things around the house. And it's so easy! Just pop it in the microwave and put it on. Definitely a game changer for my natural hair care routine!:) Tynesha on Jan 13th 2018
I really love my hot head...for a low porosity girl like me it took my hair to a whole nutha level! I used it to deep condition than after styling I used it to close the hair shaft by freezing and putting it on my head. Haddiyyah on Jan 12th 2018
BUY THIS NOWWWW!!! It is sooo convenient when you have to do something without being stuck under a dryer trying to deep condition!! Hot heads are a life saver & i have seen a difference in my hair after only 2 uses! Unknown on Jan 9th 2018
This cap is much more convenient then buying a hooded dryer or those heat caps that you have to attach the blow dryer to. Warm it in the microwave for 3 increments at 45 seconds and it’s nice and hot. The cap stays hot for about 22 minutes, and then it goes warm so just reheat if needed. Aside from the deep conditioning benefits, it is also very therapeutic and relaxing: I almost fell asleep with it on. Overall, it’s a good product and worth the price just follow the directions so you don’t burn a hole through the cap. Ana on Jan 9th 2018
Absolutely love it! Easy instructions works like a charm!! Wasn't sure what to expect but I'm glad i tried it!! My hair was like bouncy silk Yami on Jan 9th 2018
This thing did WONDERS for my hair. Made it so soft & moisturized. Have been recommending it to every person I know! Monaye A on Jan 9th 2018
This product is convenient and safe when doing natural hair. This product really allowed the conditioner to moisturize and condition my hair! Unknown on Jan 9th 2018
This product has absolutely changed my wash day! I’ve always deep conditioned my hair but felt like it just sat on top of my hair and my curls weren’t absorbing it. With this product my curls are left feeling hydrated and soft! Aaliyah W on Jan 2nd 2018