Jamaican Black Castor Oil with Cow Placenta Extract: Thin hair & Baldness issues comes to an end.

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Our Jamaican Black Castor oil has extremely good reviews and is The most popularly used to provide additional benefits for people who have thick or dry hair.

I want to make people aware of a healthy oil, Jamaican black castor oil. This has also been popularly used all over the world for many centuries because of huge benefits on health, skin and especially hair.

What is Jamaican Black castor oil?

Castor Oil is often described as “miracle oil” because of its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties used for many health and beauty treatments. This oil is made by pressing the seeds of the castor plant, also called Ricinus communis, which is largely native to Africa and India and due to slaves trading, this plant appeared in Jamaica. It consists of 18 fatty acids. Especially, this oil is well known for being a great source of ricinoleic acid and because of its high ricinoleic acid content, castor oil often has a higher price than other seed oils.

What is Cow Placenta Extract?

The cow placenta powder is the active ingredient.  This is a breakthrough discovery that Afri-Berry has made and researched together with the ARC, and the patent currently lies with Afri-Berry.

The hormones and cytokines in a cow’s placenta promote hair growth not only by elongating the hair shaft but also by increasing the number of hair follicles; cow placenta is an affordable and natural alternative to minoxidil, which is widely used by hair experts for baldness.

No cows are harmed during this process – the placenta is retrieved when a baby cow is born, and instead of disposing of the placenta, it is used to make this amazing extract that helps to treat hair loss.

Benefits of Our Jamaican black castor oil for hair

As we know, castor oil has been used to treat a lot of ailments. Thanks to Vitamin E and Omega-6 fatty acids contained in castor oil, it becomes a natural hair treatment. Besides, Jamaican black castor oil is raw, so it has more nutrition, which make the hair thicker. In order to help you have full understanding about the benefits of castor oil for hair.

  1. Prevent Hair Losses and Promote Hair Growth

Castor oil is great in promoting hair growth. When you use this to massage your scalp, its antifungal and antibacterial properties help your hair fight against dandruff, folliculitis and scalp infections. Additionally, its ricinoleic acid content also helps promote blood circulating to the follicles, which will speed up the growing process to give you longer and thicker hair. This oil also contains omega-9, an essential fatty acids for healthy hair. In fact, my friend wasted a lot of time struggling with postpartum hair loss and promoted hair growth. Her hair regrew very slowly. But after using castor oil hair treatments twice a week for a month, her hair grew 2 inches longer. And in the following months, her hair was obviously thicker by continuing using this oil. Plus, it helps control hair breakage, reduces split ends, moisturizes and conditions your hair as well.

  1. Balance scalp pH

Ricinoleic acid contained in castor oil also has the ability to help balance scalp pH and replenish scalp’s natural oils. And importantly, this can remove some of the damage caused by harsh chemical hair products. Besides, the antioxidants of castor oil increase the keratin in hair to make hair smoother, stronger and less frizzy.

  1. Retain hair pigment

In case you see the first signs of graying on your hair, immediately applying castor oil to prevent hair from losing more pigment. In other words, it helps retain pigment of your hair, and delays your hair turning white or gray. Also, it is used to give your hair a darker and richer hue. Its ability of retaining needed moisture helps increase dark color of your hair as well.

Only use a pea-sized amount of castor oil and combine with your regular conditioner, then apply evenly throughout your hair, wait for several hours to have not only darker but also softer and healthier hair.​

  1. Condition Hair

Castor oil is an excellent treatment for dry and damaged hair. This oil has the humectant properties, which helps lock in the moisture in your hair to prevent it from turning dry then make it softer and smoother. Add just 1 teaspoon of castor oil into your leave-in conditioner and shake well. After shampooing, apply it to your hair and you will see better hair in 2 weeks.

  1. Keep the shine of your hair

Warm up a small amount of castor oil and massage on your hair, use a towel to wrap your hair in and leave for an hour or overnight then shampoo as usual, since its ability is to give a protective coat to the hair shaft. This will provide and keep the moisture of your hair as well as condition it to give you a beautiful glossy hair. However, you should only apply this once a week to avoid experience of an oily scalp.

  1. Get rid of split ends

This oil contains many nutrients including vitamin E, omega-6 fatty acids, and other essential amino acids that can help treat and prevent split ends. Before shampooing, you just need to apply this oil on the ends of your hair for half an hour and do this regularly at least for 2 weeks; you will have healthier and shinier hair without split ends or being dry. Or you can also mix this oil with light oil, like jojoba or olive oil to have better results.

  1. Stop Male Receding Hairline

A receding hairline is a popular problem of many men. Although there are many available commercial products for receding hair, castor oil is considered as the natural treatment, which is often utilized to stop this issue. With benefits I mentioned above, this oil can perfectly heal baldness, but it is a great treatment to stop excessive hair loss and hair thinning.

Firstly, apply a few drops of castor oil to your hair and gently massage your scalp and hairline in a circular motion. Wrap your head in a shower cap and leave it on your hair overnight to allow the castor oil to absorb into your skin fully. Shampoo and condition as usual with light shampoo if possible to wash the oil off the next morning. Use this at least once a week to have clearly improvement for your hair.

Michelle Stewart – Junior editor