By warm oils I mean "pepper seed oil", and "sesame oil".
These oils are said to have inherent warmth due to which they increase blood circulation.
The secret of essential oils' effectiveness lies in the speed at which they are absorbed through our skin. They can reach the blood stream in 20 minutes to half an hour maximum.
Triphala Guggulu contains the detoxfying action of triphala with the penetrating action of guggulu.It is said to promote normal cholesterol levels, support proper weight management and remove deep seated toxins from joints and tissues.
If I warm a normal oil manually (assuming it is absorbent), will it penetrate the same way as those warm oils? In India normally we apply "coconut oil" to our hair. Also, sometimes the oil of "Indian gooseberry".
DIY Hot-Oil Treatments It’s easy to whip up a hot-oil treatment at home if you prefer, and you likely already have everything you need in your kitchen and bathroom. To start, blend together equal parts of olive and canola oil — three tablespoons or so of each should do it — and warm them in the microwave. You want the oil to be warm but comfortable to handle, not hot. Use your hands to apply the warm oil to damp hair, working it over every strand. Follow up with a wide-toothed comb for even coverage, if necessary. Wrap your hair with a warm towel or a shower cap and leave the oil on for 30 minutes, then rinse and follow up with a gentle shampoo. If you like, you can experiment with adding other oils to the mix.