- Promotes healthy hair and scalp
- Helps relieve itchy scalp
- Moisturizes, revitalizes and softens
This is not 100% pure Jamaican black castor oil. I repeat, “THIS IS NOT 100% PURE JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR OIL!” I am really disappointed and angry as hell that I wasted my money!!! I hate when certain products lie about being natural. This has extra chemicals in it which sucks! I wasn’t really paying attention to the ingredients which is odd because I usually read the ingredients on most products I buy, down to food. The only real natural one I am familiar with is Tropical Isle’s Jamaican black castor oil. I figured maybe this one had extra growth benefits so that is why I chose to buy it but now I know to purchase the Tropical Isle brand only!
This is good product for your hair. I have baby locs and my hair just loves this stuff. 🙂 Will buy again.
good moisturizing oil
I bought this to help with hair loss. I think that it is helping. I do see some regrowth. It has a lavender smell more than mango or line.
I’m still waiting to see some results, if it is going to help restore hair on one side of my hairline that was damaged due to small braids.The smell isn’t that bad.
I had been hearing about Jamaican Black Castor oil or “JBC” from natural hair blogs and sites. I finally took the plunge and bought this product from my local beauty supply store. I think that it is a great product. It’s good for an irritated scalp; it helps with stressed edges; it’s good for a pre-shampoo treatment; a little bit mixed with coconut oil is great for a styling oil. The fragrance is great–if you love lavender (and I do!). There are so many uses for this oil that (even if you don’t like it for your hair), you can mix it with lotion to moisturize your skin (I find that it is useful for my eczema).