Friday, March 30, 2012

What's this hype about Jamaican Black Castor Oil?

I've recently been flooded with questions asking about JBCO and why is everyone  raving about it? Does it really promote hair growth or isit just a fad? A few days ago, Jamila from collegecurlies posted about JBCO and I thought that I would repost it to inform all of you guys.

Firstly, here are the benefits of Castor Oil via curlynikki
  • Is an excellent emollient and humectant for skin and hair
  • Is a treatment for hair thinning and hair loss
  • Prevents the dry and itchy scalp
Has anti-fungal, antiviral and antibacterial properties- so it can be effective for treating skin/scalp infections like ringworm.

A Word On Jamaican Black Castor Oil…
 According to Dr Phoenyx via curlynikki

Manufacturers will use different types of processing methods when extracting oils from plants. And an oil will be either unrefined or refined based on how it was extracted from a plant. Unrefined oils retain most if not all of their nutritive properties, while refined oils will lose some (or possibly all) of their nutritive properties.

Jamaican Black Castor Oil is simply a raw, unrefined form of castor oil. So it is a form of castor oil that has retained most, if not all of its nutritive properties. It is simply a high quality form of castor oil. And this is why JBCO is so highly sought after and wildly popular among women.

So, that's the low down guys, I hope it helped.

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