Hot Head - Deep Conditioning Heat Cap - Black/Leopard Print (Reversible)
Have you heard of a Hot Head?
Hot Head is a unique microwavable heat cap created by a professional hair stylist. It offers an easy and stylish way to achieve the results of a salon quality deep conditioning treatment at home.
Why do I need it?
It's important to perform regular deep conditioning treatments for optimum hair health. However, without heat your deep conditioning treatment can only do so much to improve the quality of your hair. This is because the hair cuticle is typically closed, so the conditioning 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. When heat is introduced during a treatment the hair cuticle will open for an extended period of time allowing the deep conditioner to penetrate the hair shaft and really work to nourish your hair from the inside out.
So how does it work?
The Hot Head heat cap is filled with renewable flax seed which will generate heat when warmed in the microwave. It's reusable and is the most environmentally friendly way to deep condition your hair with heat at home. There is no need to plug it into an outlet or use batteries to power the heat. With a few minutes in the microwave Hot Head will produce up to 30-45 minutes of gentle moist heat (microwaves vary). The fact that there are no cords and no plugs means that you are free to move about while deep conditioning your hair.
Hot Head is available in multiple styles and is also reversible so that your look can fit your mood. When using Hot Head you can feel good about the way you look while conditioning your hair, and dramatically improve the results of your hair treatment.
How do I clean it?
Your Hot Head can be spot cleaned using warm water and a mild detergent. This tends to be sufficient since you will always be wearing a disposable or reusable plastic shower cap as a barrier between the Hot Head and your conditioner immersed hair. If your cap gets a little linty, simply roll over it with a lint roller to make it come clean again.