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Introducing my Newest creation.....Jamaican Black Castor Oil Total Face, Body Cleanser & Shampoo - What more could you want?
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Organic Acne Treatment, Kills bacteria and fungi on skin and scalp, Heals Scars, Fights Signs Of Aging, Vitamin E to nourish the skin.
Makes hair shinier, stronger, and thicker, Prevents dandruff, Strengthens Hair, All Natural and Synthetic-free - Listing is for one 8 oz Bottle with lotion pump as pictured.
Jamaican black castor oil is prepared by first roasting the beans. This results in an oil that smells burnt. This oil is often considered to be pure and much superior in terms of its nutritional content.
The health benefits of the two types of castor oil are similar – only that the Jamaican variant has more pronounced benefits, given its unadulterated method of processing.
Jamaican black castor oil (also sometimes called pure Jamaican black castor oil) has great benefits for the skin, hair, and health. It has numerous uses for improving health in all aspects
Jamaican Black Castor Oil for Hair Growth
The antibacterial and moisturizing properties of Jamaican black castor oil help treat a plethora of hair issues. Most importantly, they help prevent hair fall and treat other scalp issues like dandruff. The oil can help detangle your hair and even treat split ends.
One of the reasons people love Jamaican black castor oil is because of its multiple hair benefits. It gives incredible results on all hair types, whether you have unmanageable kinky hair, thin straight hair, or even thinning hair. It can even be massaged into the scalp for a soothing treatment that gets rid of dandruff and helps reduce hair loss. Here are the benefits of black castor oil for your hair:
Stops hair loss
Stimulates hair growth
Prevents knots in hair
Softens and moisturizes hair and scalp
Gets rid of split ends
Reduces hair breakage
Kills bacteria and fungi in scalp
Makes hair shinier, stronger, and thicker
Provides hair nutrients
You can even use this amazing castor oil to improve the condition of your eyebrows and eyelashes.
The rich nutrients in Jamaican black castor oil (some of them being vitamin E and omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids) help moisturize hair and treat related problems like itchy scalp and dandruff.
Improves Hair Strength
The ricinoleic acid (also called omega-9 fatty acid) and omega-6 fatty acids in Jamaican black castor oil improve blood circulation to the scalp, thereby encouraging hair growth. The oil also nourishes the scalp and strengthens the hair roots, thereby treating thinning hair. It makes your hair thicker, fuller, and shinier.
Prevents Hair Breakage
Though research is limited, testimonials of individuals swearing by Jamaican black castor oil (and, in general, even castor oil) and its benefits for hair are many. Regular use of the oil has been purported to prevent hair breakage.
Treats Split Ends
Split ends can get nasty, and at times, your confidence can take a beating. But you don’t have to have that problem with the Jamaican black castor oil by your side.
Eliminates Dry Hair
Dry hair can be caused as much by your eating habits as by improper hair care. But Jamaican black castor oil has its benefits here too.
What Are The Benefits Of Jamaican Black Castor Oil For The Skin?
The omega-9 fatty acids in Jamaican black castor oil contribute to skin health. They help treat inflammation and the resultant problems like acne. And more importantly, its antifungal and antibacterial properties help heal numerous infections like ringworms.
Can Help Fight Signs Of Aging
Aging may not be bad at all, but aging too soon is. It has excellent emollient properties and gets well absorbed into the skin. This castor oil also helps moisturize your face, giving it a younger look.
Helps Treat Infections
The antifungal and antibacterial properties of the Jamaican black castor oil help treat skin infections. And one amazing property about the oil is it stops the spread of bacteria.
Jamaican black castor oil is natural and synthetic-free and can be directly absorbed by the skin. It enhances circulation and blood flow as well.
Can Heal Scars
Jamaican black castor oil is one reliable way to remove scar tissue. Applying the oil to a scar will discourage new skin growth, and, in turn, will help in permanent scar removal. The oil can smooth out some of the fibrous tissue, making the scar less noticeable.
Jamaican Black Castor Oil for Acne Treatment
Another purported benefit of black castor oil is its healing powers over acne. Aside from treating acne, it can also deeply cleanse and tighten your pores, resulting in softer and smoother skin. This is because black Jamaican castor oil contains vitamin E, which nourishes the skin.
The omega-9 fatty acids in Jamaican black castor oil work wonders for acne.
You can also use black castor oil for reducing the appearance of scars, surgical marks, wrinkles and other skin blemishes and disorders.
Jamaican Black Castor Oil for Healing
One of the potent ingredients of black Jamaican castor oil is ricinoleic acid, which has anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties. Therefore, black castor oil can be used for getting rid of both bacteria and fungi, as well as treating inflammation. This is effective in the treatment athlete’s foot, eczema and warts.
You might also want to try Jamaican Black castor oil if you are experiencing arthritic aches and pains, since many people claim that it has the ability to improve symptoms. It can also speed up the healing process of wounds and cuts.
Chemical and alcohol free. Great for all variety of hair textures and All Skin Types. All organic oils and Pure Essential Oils. No greasy feeling, not drying.
Jamaican Black Castor Oil Total Face, Body Cleanser & Shampoo
Hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel) hydrosol water, Helichrysum italicum (helichrysum) hydrosol water, Melaleuca Alternifolia (tea tree) hydrosol water, Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) hydrosol water, vegetable glycerin, (gluten free) oat protein, silk amino acids, panthenol DL, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Jamaican Black Castor Oil
~ Frankincense helps support skin cells and is great for mature skin
~ Lavender is a phenomenal oil that can do so much for skin. Great for soothing and calming all skin types
~ Chamomile is soothing to the skin and help restore your cells at a cellular level
~ Melaleuca (Tea Tree) is awesome for helping to control acne and oily skin
~ Lemon is a skin brightener
~ Lemongrass is an effective cleanser for all skin types; its antiseptic and astringent properties make lemongrass oil perfect for getting even and glowing skin. It can sterilize your pores, serve as a natural toner, and strengthen your skin tissues.
Which Essential Oil is best for your hair type?
Lavender essential oil is great for all types of hair, encourages hair growth, and is very helpful for treating dandruff and/or psoriasis of the scalp. Lavender essential oil nourishes and moisturizes scalp and improves hair growth by increasing blood circulation. In addition, lavender oil is very helpful in reducing stress. High stress levels can lead to many common hair and scalp issues, especially hair loss and alopecia arreata (baldness).
Rosemary is also one of the few essential oils that work well for all hair types. Rosemary essential oil encourages hair growth and has been successfully used in the treatment of alopecia arreata (baldness) especially when blended with Lavender. It’s an excellent oil for dry hair and is helpful for treating both dandruff and psoriasis. Rosemary stimulates hair growth by dilating blood vessels and stimulating cell division, which results in faster hair growth and healthier hair.
Sage essential oil encourages hair growth, cleanses and purifies the scalp, balances scalp oils, and helps to normalize hormone levels. You don’t want to use sage oil on children, or if you’re pregnant. In either case, substitute clary sage in its place.
Lemon essential oil will strengthen your hair and help prevent greasiness. It can be used for normal or oily hair.
Chamomile essential oil is a good choice if your hair is dry to normal. It helps treat dry and itchy scalp and is a great natural highlighter.
Peppermint oil can be cooling to the scalp. It helps get rid of dandruff and fights head lice. It improves dry scalp conditions. It stimulates hair follicles, binds to hair roots, increases blood circulation and is a beneficial treatment for hair loss and also promote hair growth. Peppermint oil acts as an astringent for the scalp by reducing oils, without leaving a grimy feeling. It conditions, adds luster, shine and manageability to hair.
Eucalyptus oil can add luster to your dull and lifeless hair. This oil can revitalize dull hair and improve hair texture. It can also increase the production of ceramide, a type of lipid molecules that naturally occur in hair strands. Ceramides help keep the hair cuticle intact, and prevent the loss of natural moisture and protein from hair strands. This in turn increases the strength, shine, and elasticity of hair. Apart from removing dandruff, eucalyptus oil can increase the elasticity of hair. It can make your hair stronger and more resistant to breakage and split ends. The refreshing aroma of the oil can reduce mental stress and exhaustion, which can also go a long way in preventing hair loss.
Spearmint oil can produce a soothing or calming effect on the brain, for which it is used in aromatherapy. Has similar benefits for hair as Peppermint, yet is more mild. This oil can help reduce stress and anxiety by inducing the mind to relax.