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Tuesday, 11 October 2011

CASTOR OIL REALLY GROWS HAIR!!



How Y’all Doin’? *in my best WENDY WILLIAMS voice*, I have not had much feed back from you my esteemed readers so I don’t know if my tips are helping? Hope they are! I know you read my posts but Id also love to know how your hair is doing too…

Okay to my topic, this month I want to focus on hair products that work, I have mentioned most of them in the past but Id like to highlight them again and also give you tips on how BEST they will work for you. 

 Castor Oil is proven hair oil that promotes and stimulates growth of hair follicles.Its thick, doesn’t particularly have a smell and it REALLY GROWS HAIR!! Whether it be Caucasian, African, 4b, 2a, 3c, natural or relaxed, castor oil grows it all!! The Jamaican Black Castor Oil is particularly popular among the African American circle but to me its essentially the same as normal castor oil.

BUT you have to know how to make it work for your hair! As mentioned above, it’s a very thick oil so applying it directly to your whole head of your hair, root to tip will weigh your hair down and make it look limp, a very unattractive look!! To avoid that, you will need to mix it with other lighter oils like olive or almond oil to reduce its thick consistency.

For Castor Oil to work for you, I advice you use it as a prepoo treatment- which is any hair treatment done before you shampoo your hair to prevent it from the drying effect of most shampoos- applying castor oil to your scalp and massaging it then covering it with a shower cap or staying under a hooded dryer will allow it penetrate deep into your hair follicles and stimulate hair growth, follow it with a shampoo to reduce product buildup, repeat at least once a week and your hair will definitely be THICKER soon!

Its one of the best oils you can use to target certain problem areas on your scalp like your hair line or any thinning patch on your head. Best way for it to work for you is not to douse your hair with it oh!!lol. Best way is to soak up a cotton ball with castor oil, section your hair or concentrate on the problem area and gently rub the cotton ball on the scalp area, massage gently, repeat as often as you can but remember to wash your hair after a while to avoid a buildup.

Again Castor Oil will NOT work for you if you apply it heavy handedly to your hair, its too thick for such generosity. What will happen is, your hair pores will get clogged, retain dirt from sweat and your hair will suffer in the long run for that.

So that’s it for my Castor Oil review. Expect more reviews from me, try castor oil out(which is extremely affordable and available) and pleeeeeaaaaassssseeee let me know how your hair is reacting to it, heck let me know about anything concerning your hair, Im eager to hear from my readers, its all the encouragement I need to keep blogging or else!!!lol just kidding!

Thanks for stopping by oh!!Keep it here!!

Dabs   






105 comments:

  1. rily helpful for me. i'll try using this cos i need my front hair to grow.thanks for sharing.

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  2. trying to grow my hair..l`ll get this.. this weekend and I will keep you posted:)

    Thanks for sharing.. please dnt stop blogging:D

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  4. AWWW Thanks for the encouragement, you are the second person to give me an award, Stels was first!!Will respond accordingly!

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  5. This is the second time I am getting good reviews about castor oil in one week. I am definitely gonna add this to my cart. Thanks for sharing

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  6. cool! yeah give it a try!!

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  7. Hi dabs! Been a minute, yeah? I've noticed in ur past posts u've mentioned castor oil. My dear, I've been the hunter in the jungle supermarkets, products section (esp ebano lekki) lookin fervently for castor oil, to no avail. Oya, please, e joor, biko nu, were can I get it?
    Ps=>my hair is A LOT softer *big grin*

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    1. I saw castor oil at Ebeano Supermarket chevron drive. it's N3,500. go upstairs to the hair care products section

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    2. Castor oil is available at Elegant Beauty supply store. Pretty much any Beauty supply store that's privately own.

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  8. lol!yeah its been a while :), you can check healthplus or medplus pharmacies @ d palms, im pretty sure they have it! glad to have u back, dnt sack me again oh :)

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  9. oh your hair is alot softer?good for you!!!now lets aim to retain length :)

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  10. Just bought my first Jamaican black castor oil today. Yay!!! I`ve heard great things about it. Will be DC'ing with it this weekend.

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  11. cool!keep us updated on your progress on the facebook wall 'Naija hair can grow!!'

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  12. I discover the best hair oil for hair growth by accident. It's call the mira hair oil. It effectively make hair grow faster and longer. On top of that it even make my dry and frizzy hair more manageable!!

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  13. Just started reading your blog... And the tips are making me feel so guilty, cos I have been neglecting my hair for all this time and blaming the weather. So, I have made a hairsolution and I am off to get my castor oil... Thanks a lot.

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    1. Your welcome Kimi! Happy growing :)

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  14. When you say wash you hair after a while when using the cotton ball, do you mean a couple of days or the same day you apply it? I a male that wants to use it on my hair line?

    THanks

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    1. Hi Rick, I mean after a few days, because of its thick consistency, your scalp pores might get clogged, so after a few days you will need to unclogg them by washing your hair out. Thanks for your comment!

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    2. Hi,

      I recently bought castor oil but need guidance on how often I should apply it. I have collar length relaxed hair and I want to use it for hair thickening, hair growth and to seal my ends. So do I use it differently for each of these?

      So:
      How often do I use the oil to seal ends
      How often to I apply to my scalp (and do I divide my hair into 4 sections or make lines 2 cm apart?)

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    3. Can i use caster oil laxative for my hair

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  15. I'm loving your blog so much ,i've been contemplating growing my hair out for a while now so now that i've discovered a blog for real nigerian hair i'm definately gonna give it a go.

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    1. Thanks Louisa, happy growing!!

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  16. I WANT TO KNOW WHAT WOULD BE THE RATIO FOR MIXING TWO OIL???

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    1. Castor oil is a thick oil so 1part castor to 2 parts a lighter oil like sweet almond oil should be fine.

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  17. can i mix caster oil with musterd oil if yes what would be the ratio for these? plz help me because my hair is falling from the front too fast and i am very much worried about this plz help me i am using caster oil since one month and once per week but no effect until notice so plz help me to stop my hair falling dawn na dregrown my hair back

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    1. Please do not panic, patience is key. I have ne'er head of mustard oil, but see my comment above for the mixing ratio. Thanks

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  18. Is all castor oil the same I got mine at walmart but idk if its all the same?

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    1. As long as it states that it is pure castor oil. Check the ingredients to find out.

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  19. KK - London, UK25 August 2012 01:12

    Hi Anon, I would suggest u see a doctor and get some blood tests if your hair is falling out dramatically. I did this last May and found out I had a thyroid imbalance. One year later I'm feeling blessed and my hair and nails are starting to look fabulous again! I'm still gona try the castor oil as I hear nothing but good abt it x.

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  20. Jamaican Black Castor and regular castor oil is good at thickening hair and boosting growth. I include it in all my bath & body products i make, including cold process soap.

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  21. Hello annonymous,

    Yes you can mix castor oil with mustard oil.....I actually do a natural oil mix which includes mustard oil, almond oil, virgin olive oil, Jamaican black castor oil and glycerin oil........of course using it very sparingly and with a good moisturizer so it doesn't weigh the hair down. I also alternate with moroccan Argan oil and coconut oil. Study your har and use what best for it. What works for me or dabs may not necessarily work for you.

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  22. This site is very informative:)
    All the oils you ladies mention are good ones personally I use coconut/castor oil mixed and it keeps my hair soft, thick, and shiny. I also bend over from the waist down and massage my scalp, bending forward while massaging helps the blood flow to your scalp quicker.
    No matter what we choose to put on our hair the most important thing is the nutrients in our blood which is what really nourishes the scalp and follicles. Biotin, MSM, Horsetail, to name a few are awesome. Happy hair growin, I'm not a professional but I have managed to grow waist length hair.

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    1. That's good to hear! Thanks for your comment!!

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  23. So do you keep it in for a few hours? I hear its a good product, and i recently had a bad haircut where they cut my hair shorter than i like it!
    I wanna grow my hair long, any tips on how to get my hair healthy again?
    I straighten my hair once a week, is this bad?
    Sorry for the interrogation lol
    Thanks xo

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  24. Just came across your blog on Nairaland and I swear I love what I am reading so far! Very informative and I am sure trying the castor oil...I know sometimes it could get discouraging when there are no comments from readers (I also own a blog) but trust me you are sure helping people so with that knowledge in mind never stop what you love doing. My blog is http://studiochic-ng.com/. Feel free to check it out...till my next comment...Ciao...:D

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  25. Got my Jamaican Black Castor oil on Amazon-bought 2 bottles actually after reading all the rave reviews. Did it work..yeah it sure did. I have long hair (curly in its natural state) already but its about arm length now. My front section grows a lot faster than my back section. However since I've been using castor oil for the past 1 month, I've noticed that the growth at the back is dense and thick and is growing at a faster pace at the same rate as the front section.
    While I'm yet to get the hang of the pre-poo thingy, I finally got an inkling on another hair blog which I'll be incorporating into my weekly wash. Over the years, I've
    learnt to speak out at all these Naija salons where they treat ur hair as if they are treating leather.

    So back to the review, yes Castor oil does work and i've since ditched all my hair pomades. I'm sticking to the real thing now. To protect my hair, i also bought at Sally's satin wraps and use the castor oil on my hair ends. Though it's thick, i've learnt to live with it.

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  26. have not yet tried it as a prepoo...will do so with my next wash. Hope my hair likes it!

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  27. I mixed Jamaican black castor oil and sweet almond oil in a small spray bottle and used it on my hair EVERY night for a month. My hair at first was very dry, dull (it almost looked dusty), and it had no oomph to it. It just looked lifeless. Well after using this mixture for, I want to say a week, I noticed improvement in my color and the feel of my hair. By the end of the month, I had JUICY BLACK curls in my head. My mom thought my hair was BEAUTIFUL she complimented my hair sooooo much. I couldn't keep my hands out of it. The naturals curls that I had were so defined and healthy looking!! I will be doing that again except for this time I'm going to mix olive oil and castor oil together. =)

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  28. This is a great article. My mother used it in my hair and rubbed me down with it anytime I had sore muscles from being rambunctious, lol. You must be careful about your source of castor oil. Much of the oil currently sold in stores is derived from castor seeds that have been heavily sprayed with pesticides, solvent-extracted (hexane is commonly used), deodorized, or otherwise chemically processed, which damages beneficial nutrients. I find that the online stores are better stocked with organic castor oil. I just found www.kreyolessence.com where I’ve been able to find 100% organic and natural castor oil.
    Make sure wherever you buy your oil its 100% castor oil!

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  29. As we all know naturally red African American hair is dry as the Sahara, so I think I'll give this a try. I like the suggestion of spraying it every night as I can't stand the feel of oil/grease on my scalp. I'll let you know how it turns out. :) P.S. natural for 8 months

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  30. I have 3 girls and I have been using castor oil for their hair since they was born and all 3 girls have hair down their backs all of them have different textures from good to bad and I would recommend this to anybody the older family member says rub it on their soft spot then massage it through the rest of the head and its been working since 2002

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    1. There is no "bad" texture. There are different curl patterns and different levels of coarseness, but that doesn't make one hair type "good" and the other "bad." I really hope you aren't passing that good hair/bad hair nonsense on to your daughters.

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    2. Yes, there are 'bad' textures for hair. Especially if you are the one that has it. Lol. There are simply textures of hair that don't need any work to be beautiful, and some that are frizzy and are hard to deal with etc. So no...it's not nonsense.

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  31. I love using castor oil on my hair.They all have their various functions. Loving this post, like how you have shared brief facts about the uses of all these oils, loving your blog too!!

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  32. Me Too! Love Castor Oil on my hair. http://store.afrodeity.co.uk

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    1. Jamaican Black Castor Oil is excellent for acne and skin too. I mix with Ylang Ylang and Tree for an amazing eczema treatment.

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  33. I used Mira hair oil it's really amazing made my hair grow 3 inches in 6 weeks, but it's way to expensive .
    Castor oil is amazing made my hair grow fast and thick
    Almond oil is amazing to made my hair extra soft extra huge thick and defined and so shiny and Healthy looking now and soo thick and big are my curls now finally I found a perfect oil for my very dry thick curly Fro ish hair! From today I mixed castor oil and almond oil together to grow my hair quicker so I can trim my hair even.! And also to make my hair even more bigger and wider hahahha I'm in love again with my natural hair again.!

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  34. Thank you very much dabs for your review - it is encouraging and very helpful. I have been using West Indian 100% pure castor oil for one week and already I am noticing a big difference with the quality of my hair. It is now softer and does not look lifeless (I have relaxed hair). I have been treating my hair by oiling my scalp and ends and then wrapping my hair with cling film at night for a deep condition. I have done this three times this week and my hair is now due for a wash. I have also been using castor oil on my eyelashes and eyebrows,especially towards the centre of my forehead as there are small gaps. My eyelashes are looking longer already, although they are not thicker yet,but it's only been one week!I can't wait to see results in one month,I am so excited!

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  35. I know you said Castor oil can be used for any hair type. But can you explain how does the Castor oil thicken hair. I like my actual texture(2a) hair; I don't want to alter my texture. I want to grow and repair ends.

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  36. I started using castor oil about 2 weeks ago because I burned my hair out around the edges and its already filling back in nicely. Thanks for letting me know about washing it to keep the pores open. I put a few drops of peppermint oil in it to make it smell better.

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  37. Hi please advice me i am 23 male and my hairs are falling from sides and have gone thin so advice me what should i do so that my hairs grow back not as a illusion but true

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  38. hi dabs. I ve been using castor oil for a few days now. I had twists and the way it finished my hair line... Lord have mercy! Ive been using castor oil for a few days.. I dnt know if my eyes are only seeing wht Im hoping to see lol.. But ITS WORKING! Im SO happy! Ive been following every single step of your hair regiment for over a week and God knows how my hair looks way more healthier. Thank you so much! you ll see more of my comments from now on. Thanks again!

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  39. Pls tell me where to find natural castor oil and tell me its price thank u

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    1. You can check pharmacies if you are in Nigeria, a bottle goes for around N600

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    2. Hi my hair are in braids as a protective style. Is it okay to apply the castor oils on to my scalp and wash it off with the braids still on?And do you have to wash it straight after

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  40. Hi my hair are in braids as a protective style. Is it okay to apply the castor oils on to my scalp and wash it off with the braids still on? And do you have to wash it straight after

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  41. Hello, I'm a 19yrs old male and 4 d past 12months my hairline has deteriorated rapidly. Causes; bad hairproduct choices and letting my flatmates(also guys) relax my hair. I just hot d castor oil and thoe uve given a few ways of applying it being a guy I want to know a lil bit more(don't realy know how a lot of these things go :D). Plus I've got a miniafro, do I leave it in over night only or ... I don't know. Please Dabs I really need ur help. I know d castor oil is good and I don't wanna go fuck it up AGAINN. Please help meeee.

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  42. thanks for this info. i used to have very long hair but somewhere along the line it started shedding off.2 years ago I changed relaxer but there was still no change. i was planning to chop it off and go natural to get a good mane. but from ur blog its obvious that relaxed hair can remain long and healthy.
    am ready to take care of my hair now.I just asked @ a pharmacy on my street for castor oil and I was told its for nursing mothers. pls is it the same oil?

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    1. Private Beauty supply have the Okay Black Jamaican Castor Oil 100% Pure.

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  43. Plz can dis castor oil help me grow hair in front of my head..cos it seems am havin frontal baldness..d hair in d front of my head is goin inside and inside really want hair infront of my head..pls need advice...and help..pls..and whr can i get d castor oil..cos am in Edo state precisely benin city..pls dabs nid your help...

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  44. If all that is needed is to fill-in a thinning area, its best to soak JBCO up a cotton ball and concentrate on the problem area. I also wanted to know if you could accelerate the growth by wearing a shower cap and satin Skull/wave cap at night so I can produce and keep moisture in.

    Thanks for the assistance.

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    1. That's called bagging and is a great way to help the oil get absorbed into your scalp

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  45. where can i get this JBCO in Nigeria.cos i stay in Nigeria..

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  46. or can i just replace d castor with d jamaican black castor oil?....really wanna knw d difference...cos v bought the castor oil..but have not started applyin it..just wanna proper..instructions

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    1. Yes you can replace JBCO with normal castor oil, in my opinion it's the same thing.

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  47. Thank you Dr Opingo, I have my long and thick hair back after using your spell cream for just three weeks and once again thank you Tracy for introducing me to Dr Opingo I am very happy right now, you can also reach him email: alterofcandletemple05@gmail.com

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  48. dabs...pls dnt sell these in my area....whr can actually get it...am tired i stay in benin city

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  49. Hi Dabs. I've got nice thick permed hair and love to wear it most of the time instead of weaves but about 4 years ago I started loosing hair just around my hair line. I loose a lot of hair when I comb my hair, it's a miracle I still have some left. A friend recommended the jbco and I've been using it for two months now but haven't noticed any significant change. I think I might have a medical problem. What do you think?

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  51. I know you said Castor oil can be used for any hair type. But can you explain how does the Castor oil thicken hair. I like my actual texture(2a) hair; I don't want to alter my texture. I want to grow and repair ends.
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  52. I've had a lot of hair fallout especially tip of scalp and front of head will castor oil and coconut oil help regrow. Please help and can I put it on for 2-3 hours then wash it off once or twice a/week?or will I get better results leaving it on overnight?

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  53. Hi! nice tip but where I can fint castor oil?

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  54. Pls what is JBCO?

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  55. Just bought castor oil from a pharmacy yesterday. It's not as thick as people make it out to be. Could there be a fake? I also mixed it with coconut oil and olive oil for pre-poo. Hope I'll get a testimony out of this. Can't wait!

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  56. i have very thin hair like a tail. can anyone suggest for my hair growth fast plzzzzzzzzz

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  57. I read online dat amla oil is very gud 4 post shampooing, is it advisable to use it afta using ur castor oil?

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  58. Great post here! I have grown my hair extremely fast after using Natural hair regrowth supplements. Anyways nice post!

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  59. Hi..
    Very nice post..

    JBCO do the good works for resolving the problems of hairs. It will rapidly increase hair growth.
    I'm also using jamaican black castor oil. it's very helpful for my hair problems...

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  60. hi, do i have to always wash out my hair when i put the castor oil in or can i wait on a few days and then wash it out. Because i heard shampoo isn't really good while in this process. please reply because i am starting my hair challenge.

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  61. Hi
    Hope you are fine. My hair is thick but my hair near forhead is thin. Should I use castor oil directly or mixed with jojoba. Which will be more effective. Can I also mix rosemary and ylang oil to it? I apply it before shampoo. So how long should I keep it on scalp. Please let me know what would b the besg for my fron thin hair. I am 39. Thanks n regards.

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  63. I've tried using castor oil mixed one time with grapeseed oil and another time mixed with jojoba oil and each time I had really bad shedding. The shedding was so bad I had to stop using castor oil. The ratio was about 1:4 (castor oil:grapeseed or jojoba oil). I'm so afraid to go back to trying to use it or JBCO because of the shedding, and since I have fine hair, the shedding made my shoulder length hair look really bad. Is there anything else that I can do?

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  64. Hi...I'm a naturalista...6 months post BC and I'm loving it! I've heard lots of great things about Castor Oil as well. Currently, I'm on a Castor Oil challenge and I must say that after about a week I noticed some changes. I'm so looking forward to taking pictures of my one month update. By the way, I'm using the Jamaican Black Castor Oil for optimum benefits.

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  65. I have read the post and the information which you have shared that is really good and useful.

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  66. I used Jamaican Black castor mixed with coconut oil last night and my scalp is not itching. I was scratching my head so hard because it my scalp was so dry. I thank GOD for this oil.

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  69. Hi, I am so glad to read so many posts on castor oil for hair growth. I tried so many but in vain.
    I had a strong hair growth, after working for many years in the Gulf region, I started losing my hair. I am partially bald from the front and the back portion.
    Can I get new hair growth and wanted to know the duaration if possible, my case it is also heredity.
    Where can I find the castor oil in Bangalore or Mumbai in India. Please suggest.
    Love and Blessings..

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  75. Hello everyone; Dab this blog was helpful in me deciding to try oils to save my colored hair from front breakage. I believe I read that you dont see much difference between castor or Jamaican castor oil? So Im thinking of getting/mixing Sweet almond oil with either one of the castor oils & coconut oil. But Im still a bit confused as to how to mix them for every other day use. According to somethings I've read I should get an empty bottle (spray or nozzle) & put equal amounts of each. So can I buy both oils in the same ounce bottles, pour each in empty bottles & done I have my mixture. Help how do I mix these oils for every other day use? I will also do pre-shampoo & pre-heat style (I still hot comb-dont judge me...lol).

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