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How do I Protect my Hair this Winter? #BlackAfricanSpeaks

We’re not even going to mess around here. The answer is simple: Jamaican Castor oil. So instead of writing down where it comes from, we’re here to outline the benefits of it.

 

Moisturises your hair

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 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.

Promotes Thicker Eyelashes And Eyebrows

Jamaican black castor oil is a great way to give your eyelashes and eyebrows some volume. The ricinoleic acid in the castor oil stimulates the growth of the eyelashes and eyebrows by nourishing the hair follicles.

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.

As part of the feed your hairline kit, the Jamaican castor oil is an excellent natural product for your hair that you will not regret using. Black African Organics JBCO is a dark nutrient rich oil, known for its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties making it beneficial against  dandruff and scalp infections and its acid content helps increase circulation to the scalp and improve hair growth. Currently on sale for R200, you can purchase it online here: http://www.blackafrican.co.za/product/jamaican-castor-oil/

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