5 Types of Castor Oil for Hair to Quench Your Hair's Thirst

We've raved about the benefits of Jamaican Black Castor oil for hair before. This amazing product moisturizes hair, protects hair from damage and among other things, increases hair growth. But did we mention that it comes in many different variations as well! Here are five of our favorite castor oil products.

5 Types of Castor Oil for Hair to Quench Your Hair's ThirstFirst on our list is Black Castor Oil Hair Food. This natural emollient is excellent for dry hair spreading easily onto the hair and scalp. Some of the natural ingredients that it contains are; cactus oil, avocado oil, grape seed oil, shea butter, neem oil and vitamin E. Implement this hair food into your daily routine in order to retain moisture and prevent hair breakage.

5 Types of Castor Oil for Hair to Quench Your Hair's ThirstUp next is our Jamaican Black Castor Oil serum with Argan oil. This product is great to deal with dull, frizzy or dry hair. It's also ideal if you have a sensitive scalp.  After washing and conditioning your hair, pour the serum into your hands and apply lightly over all areas of wet hair. This serum has a light citrusy scent that is warm and pleasant.

Coconut Black Castor Oil for hair foodNext is our Coconut Black Castor Oil hair food. This all natural, petroleum free  hair food helps to moisturize and nourish your hair and scalp. It is ideal to help thicken and grow hair. It's easily spread onto the hair and scalp while not having a strong chemical fragrance. Rub into the hair and scalp daily in order to promote hair growth.

Lavender Jamaican Black Castor oil for hairNext is our Lavender Jamaican Black Castor oil. This is essentially the same as our original Jamaican Black Castor Oil only it's infused with Lavender. This product is pretty much a trilogy, letting you benefit from aromatherapy, skin treatment and scalp treatment.

5 Types of Castor Oil for Hair to Quench Your Hair's ThirstLast but not least is the one that started it all. our Jamaican Black Castor Oil. This oil is one of the usual go-to's for hair loss and preventing breakage. Here is the usual method in implementing Jamaican Black Castor Oil into your hair growth routine.

  • Using your fingertips, apply high quality castor oil to your roots and scalp.
  • Make sure that you distribute the oil evenly on the scalp.
  • After applying it to your scalp, cover your hair with a plastic cap and wrap it in a towel. Let the oil stay in your hair for at least 15 to 20 minutes or allow it to set overnight.
  • Wash it out with shampoo after to remove the castor oil.
  • Do this once a week for 6-8 weeks to see the results.

If you have any questions about any of the above mentioned castor oil for hair, please leave a comment!

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