stimulates hair growth
cleanse scalp of parasites and toxins that damages hair and slows growth
help repair dry damaged hair and breakages
protects hair with a protective coat that seals in moisture
use as a hot oil treatment.
help with proper cleansing of toxins and parasites from hair and scalp
– aids moisturizing especially due to its natural glycerin content and it’s ability to seal in moisture with a protective coating
– help repair and prevent dry brittle hair and hair breakages
– stimulates hair growth and thickness
So what is Jamaican black castor oil and what’s good about it? Is the color due to the discovery of a castor seed that yields brown oil? Well first of all, Jamaican Black Castor Oil is light to dark brown due to the tedious age old traditional process by which it’s made. This process, inherited from our African ancestors, was briefly recorded by Herodotus in his travels to North Africa in the fourth century B.C. Herodotus cited how the Egyptians and the Kushites “roasted them first and then boil them down and collect that which runs away from them.” Today, only a few mainly elderly Jamaicans, that uses this ancient method to extract pure castor oil from the seeds.