Biolink VCO Hot Oil Treatment

I have wavy hair so every 6 months I go for a rebonding or relaxing treatment to straighten it out.  But the problem with chemically treated hair is that without hot oil treatment, it tends to be dull and dry.

Since I don’t  have the budget to go for expensive salon treatments intended to moisturize and revitalize the hair, I am always on the hunt for inexpensive hair care products intended for home use.  I have found really good hair care products and one of them is Biolink VCO Hot Oil Treatment.

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Sugaring Wax Recipe

(image from Studio East Salon)

I was checking out my multiply blog when I found a very old blog post on a recipe for sugaring wax.  I shared the recipe there because I thought it might be useful for those who want alternatives to shaving and the use of depilatory creams.

I have tried waxing my arms and legs using sugaring wax that I prepared myself and although it is not as convenient as using cold wax, I think it will be preferred by  many as it is low-cost, relatively easy to make, and makes use of all-natural ingredient

Recipe for Sugaring Wax


  • 2 cups brown sugar
  • 1/4-1/2 cup water
  • 1/4 cup lemon juice


  • Mix the ingredients in a small saucepan over low heat (You can also use the microwave oven). Stir the mixture lightly until all the sugar has melted. Let cool.

Waxing Technique Using Sugaring Wax

  1. Always test the temperature before applying the sugaring wax to your skin. Be careful not to scald yourself. It should be a little hot, but not scalding.
  2. Once cooled, apply to skin using a wooden spatula in the direction of hair growth.
  3. Place a strip of cotton cloth on the wax and pull the cloth opposite the direction of hair growth.
  4. Clean the area with a cloth soaked in cold water to close and tighten the pores.
  5. Redness and bumps in the treated area are normal and usually disappear within an hour. Apply a moisturizer such as aloe vera gel  for a soothing effect.