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Hot Head - A Cordless Heated Conditioning Cap

Maggie Mulhern | December 21, 2018 | 6:21 AM
Hot Head heat cap
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Hot Head heat cap
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Are you looking for that something special to sell to your client to maintain the condition of her hair between salon visits? We’ve stumbled upon Hot Head, a microwavable deep conditioning heat cap. "As a professional hair stylist, I know the importance of regular deep conditioning treatments using heat to open the hair cuticle,” says creator Sandra Snell. “As a busy new mother, however, sitting under a hooded dryer was no longer an option. I needed an easy and functional way to deep condition my hair at home. A commonly prescribed method from salons, like the one I worked at, was to wrap a warm wet towel around conditioned hair when doing treatments at home. One fateful day while caring for my son I was using this cumbersome towel method and had an ‘Aha Moment’! The idea of a hair cap, filled with heat-producing flaxseed, came to mind. And so, Hot Head™ was born!" 

The cap, available in a variety of patterns, offers an easy and stylish way to achieve the results of a salon quality conditioning treatment at home. There are not cords or plugs and the cap produces enough heat for a 20 – 45 minute treatment.

According to the news release that accompanies the cap, “The gentle heat provided by Hot Head enables the hair cuticle to open, allowing your deep conditioner to penetrate the hair shaft and nourish it from the inside out.” The reusable heat cap is filled with sustainable flaxseed and handmade with all natural materials, making it an environmentally friendly way for your client to deep condition your hair with heat at home between salon visits.

SRP: $29.95

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