Hi Glam Royals,
I hope you guys are doing great. I’m doing alright, myself. Earlier in the year, I made a decision to start taking better care of my hair. So, I’ve been reading a lot of hair articles, watching hair videos and following quite a number of hair bloggers on Instagram. They say and show that relaxed hair too can grow and it gives me so much hope…hehe. Anyhoo, they (hair bloggers) use and have a lot of hair products in common. One of such products is the Jamaican Black Castor Oil also called JBCO. The Jamaican Black Castor Oil is a holy grail for all hair bloggers/lovers/enthusiasts. Having read a lot about it, I decided to get a bottle and give it a try
As you know, I do most of my beauty shopping on Amazon because I also buy products to retail here. I got an 80z bottle of Jamaican oil about 2months ago and I think now is the best time to share my review with you…
Packaging : It comes in a brown transparent bottle with white cap.
Formula: The Jamaican Black Castor Oil has a thick formula. It is dark-colored and has a strong smell.
How I Use: I pour a little quantity on my palm, add a bit of carrot oil, massage into my scalp and my hair ends.
- The Jamaican Black Castor Oil easily absorbs into the scalp.
- It adds beautiful shine to my hair.
- It can be used for various skin and hair conditions like acne treatment, eyelash and brow growth etc.
- It makes my hair soft.
- It regrows edges and thickens hair.
- it also prevents hair breakage.
- The only con is the smell which fades off after a while. It doesn’t bother me much but be prepared for that roasted -nut smell every time you want to use it.
Overall, I love the Jamaican Black Castor Oil. It makes my hair shine and keeps my scalp moisturized all day. I have experienced less scalp itching since I started using it. I have braids on now and all I need to do is mix it with hair serum and massage well into my scalp and on my edges every morning. It’s a great buy and suitable for all hair types. I got an 80z bottle on Amazon for about $10 but you can buy it here in Lagos at any hair store for 3,200naira. Do you use the Jamaican Black Castor Oil? How do you like it?
Hugs and Kisses,