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A few benefits of castor oil:
Is an great emollient and humectant for skin and hair
Is a treatment method for hair thinning and hair loss
Avoids the dry and itchy scalp
A Word On Jamaican Black Castor Oil
 Companies will use various types of control strategies when taking out oils from plants. And an oil will be either unprocessed or refined based on how it was produced 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 qualities.

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.

Castor Oil and Healthy Hair Growth
Castor oil is a great hair oil, but it can be very thick and sticky. So some women may end up having a bad hair experience with the oil. In fact, it’s not uncommon for a woman to get quickly turned off from using this oil because it left her hair all sticky and icky. Still this oil is simply wonderful for the health of your hair and scalp. So check out these few tips on how to best use castor oil. Then try out this oil for a few weeks- who knows, you may just fall in love too!

Tips for Using Castor Oil: 
1. Moisturize Hair First
Before using any emollient, you always want to make sure that your hair has been wet first (i.e. your hair that has been watered first). Emollients don’t “moisturize,” they simply “seal” moisture in. So the best way to use castor oil is on wet hair.

2. Use Less Oil
Castor oil is very thick and viscous so you don’t need to be “heavy-handed” with use. Using a lot of castor oil won’t increase its benefits- it will just make your hair sticky and limp. And with castor oil, as well as many other emollients, you will find sometimes that when using “less is more.” Also, because it is a “heavier oil,” some women do prefer to only use castor oil on certain parts of their. For example, some may only use castor oil the edges of hair as opposed to using it all over their hair.

3. Mix With Other Oils
Since castor oil is so thick and heavy, it may be best to “lighten” it up with other oils. There’s no law that says you can’t mix your emollients. In fact, I’ve been using a great mixture that contains equal parts castor oil, olive oil and fresh rosemary. This is a fantastic hair oil- and it smells great too!o!

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