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African Royale Hot Six Oil
Size: 8 oz.
Sally Item # SBS-167704
- Online Price: $4.39
- Beauty Club Card $4.29
In Stock Online
Available In Sally Stores
- Equal to 16 .5 oz hot oil treatments
- Made from all natural plant herbs and oils
- No animal fat or animal oils
- Special light formula
African Royale Hot Six Oil is six Oils In One: Hot Oil, Hair Oil, Body Oil, Scalp Oil, Bath Oil, Nail Oil. Hot Six Oil is made from only all natural plant herbs and oils with no animal fat or animal oils.
Made from only all natural plant herbs and oils with no animal fat or animal oils.The special light formula goes in hair, skin, scalp, and nail cuticles easily and without a heavy oil buildup. Leaves your hair light and well conditioned.
African Royale Hot Six Oil Equal to 16 .5 oz hot oil treatments.
To Use as a Hot Oil: Shampoo hair, then towel dry. Place Hot Six Oil in a container of hot - not boiling, water until hot.
Massage Hot Six Oil evenly into hair and scalp, then cover with warm moist towel for 3-5 minutes. Rinse with warm water then style.
To use as a hair, body, or nail oil - rub Hot Six Oil in hands then massage into hair, skin, cuticles where needed.
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Didn't do anything for my hair at all ... I was expecting this to be a hair oil that would make my hair shiny and silky from a youtube video I watched. First off the oil smells like a cheap bubble gummy smell, it's really weird. And I followed the directions which don't really make sense. It says to put it in a hot contained, which wouldn't really heat it up enough anyways. Basically it just made my hair super oily and didn't anything for it. I would not repurchase your recommend. This might work better on "ethnic" hair. November 27, 2014
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