Monday, 5 October 2015

Damaged Hot Oil Treatment by Lush

Do you remember those little Hot Oil hair treatments that you use to put into a mug of boiling water for one minute, snip the end of and then cover barely 1/3 of your hair? Me too... So when I heard Lush had their own version, the chances of me leaving the store without one was pretty slim!

There are a total of three hot oil treatments to try - Kinky which is for those with curly hair, Damaged for those who need a little bit of TLC for their hair and Tangled to tame those tangles.  I opted for Damaged.

Damaged Hot Oil Treatment is packed full of extra virgin olive, shine-enhancing almond and avocado oils to replenish deeply and re-hydrate thirsty locks. It comes packaged on a stirring spoon, made of wood, which is a handy tool to have for this treatment.

Damaged Hot Oil Treatment by Lush

Damaged Hot Oil Treatment by Lush
Damaged Hot Oil Treatment by Lush

To use, you place the treatment in a suitable container and whilst in Lush, they used an empty black pot during a live demonstration, so I use one of my empty black pots too.  Then you need to boil the kettle and once boiled, slowly add a small amount of water to the solid treatment and then gently stir. You do need to add the water slowly so that the product will thicken.  Then after around 5 minutes of gradual stirring, you should have a nice creamy hair treatment and an empty stick!  

You then apply the treatment to dry hair and leave it on for around 20 minutes before shampooing, to allow the ingredients to get to work, hydrating and replenishing your hair.  Once I applied the treatment, I put my Shower Cap over the top to ensure there is no spillage.  Once those 20 minutes are up, you shampoo and condition your hair as you normally would do.


Damaged Hot Oil Treatment by Lush
Damaged Hot Oil Treatment by Lush
Damaged Hot Oil Treatment by Lush
Damaged Hot Oil Treatment by Lush

What I love about this treatment is firstly making it, standing there and doing the stirring in a pot is oddly relaxing but it also smells absolutely delightful and it does leave your hair feeling soft and smooth, incredibly hydrated and an absolute pleasure to style.  For £6.50 this is one product I will be purchasing again.

Have you tried any of the Lush Hot Oil Treatments?


33 comments:

  1. Now I definitely need a pot of this for my locks.

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  2. I need this in my life!!! Sounds brilliant and I love the solid-to-cream type of product! so similar to my favorite hot chocolate :p
    xo

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  3. This sounds amazing. What was the result? You didn't mention if it left your hair extra soft or shiny?

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  4. After reading your review, I am so tempted to treat myself to some of this x

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  5. Oh I so need this product my hair has become like straw lately, will keep an eye out for this!

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  6. That is so reasonably priced, I would opt for damaged too.

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  7. This sounds great I only just tried their face masks last week so I will definitely give this one a try

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  8. Sounds good!! Seems weird that you do it before shampoo, I'd feel like I'm washing the product out xxx
    www.madeapromisetobehonest.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. This looks amazing, I really need something for my hair. I might need to pop into Lush the next time I am in town!

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  10. Ohh this sounds so good - I would definitely be up for trying it myself. x

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  11. I definitely need this little pot in my life. I had no idea they sold these so thanks for the great post.
    MissTimelessBeauty

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  12. This sounds like a great product! I think I need to make a visit to Lush :)

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  13. ooooo I need to try this! Anything from Lush I'm all over! Thanks for sharing x

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  14. Oh wow, that looks so much more exciting than the old skool hot oil treatments. I might have to try this one, if anyone has damaged locks it's me!

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  15. My hair is so dry and damaged at the moment that I need a treatment like this to resurrect my locks.

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  16. This sounds so interesting! I might give this a go sometime as my hair needs some TLC, and this sounds like it could definitely help :)

    Rachel | Beauty and the Bird

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  17. i have wanted to try this one for ages but I wasn't actually sure what it did! will defo pop one in my basket on my next trip! xx

    jordaneyasmin.blogspot.co.uk

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  18. Sounds like a fun product to use.

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  19. What a name for a product -- but it sounds like lush! :-) when I first read the title of the post I thought a lush product hadn't worked out for you. Glad to see that's not the case, tho! I haven't tried many products from them, but want to :-)

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  20. Definitely need to try this. I feel a Lush order coming on x

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  21. Oh I do remember those tiny hot oil things!! This looks amazing - I love Lush products. Kaz x

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  22. This sounds so good! I had a look at them when I was in the Oxford St store but wasn't sure how they worked!

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  23. This looks great! I love lush and my hair is in desperate need of some TLC!

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  24. This looks really interesting, I'm definitely going to pick one up to try out!

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  25. Thats something I need to desperately try! My hair after bleaching is in shocking condition!

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  26. Aww.. I really wanna try this treatment but we don't have LUSH here. :(

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  27. Wow, what a great looking product. I hope to visit Lush this weekend so I will pick some up as I would love to try it.

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  28. OMG I have to try this! Was it easy to wash out?

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  29. This looks great! My daughters and myself all have different hair types so we have the excuse to try all of the varieties between us :)

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  30. I think I really need to get this. My hair isn't in bad condition at all, which is surprising considering what it's been through recently (dyed, stripped, dyed then dyed again in the space of three weeks!), but as it has been through quite a lot while I've been changing colour I do like to treat it at the moment x

    Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty

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  31. Considering the amount of times that ive been into lush recently im surprised I havent spotted this soon!! I really want to try it! xxx

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