Monday, March 12, 2012

Jamaican Black Castor Oil 30 day Challenge

JBCO is great for all hair types and performs best when it’s massaged into your scalp because it works on the hair root/follicle and not just the hair itself. It will moisturize, thicken, strengthen and rapidly increase hair growth.  JBCO increases blood flow to the scalp, supplies valuable nutrients to hair follicles, it will also prevent hair breakage, dandruff, eczema, alopecia, thinning hair, bald spots and dry itchy scalp; including in the eyebrows and eyelashes.
JBCO vs. Other Castor Oils: According to, over the past ten years it has been established scientifically that Jamaican Black Castor oil has nothing in it that will harm your hair and it is more effective than the clear pharmacy castor oil because of the ash content due to roasting of the castor bean…NOT A MYTH A PROVEN FACT! The scientific name for the castor bean is Ricinus Communis; it’s organic and sulfate-free!  Authentic JBCO is dark brown in color and accompanied with the traditional burnt smell. Castor oil has been used medically for over 4,000 years for many different aliments. It’s native to East Africa but made its way to Jamaica via the slave trade and is now manufactured the oil fashioned way there.
Although, I initially stated that you may have to mix JBCO with something else, it’s not necessary to do so. I’ve used it both ways, mixed with other oils; water or Shea Butter and I’ve applied it directly to my scalp without mixing. You can make this determination once you know how your hair reacts to this oil.
Now, to get us started…
Let’s start the challenge this week. I am choosing this week because hopefully by the next event we’ll be able to report our results. Currently the event date for April has been finalized but I’m pushing for April 18th.  Would you all like to meet up to discuss the challenge or will the message board will be a better form of communication for the challenge? Also, I was thinking of having some shirts made once we’ve completed it the challenge, tell me what u think?

These are questions that everyone participating in the challenge should answer.
What is your participation time frame: 30 days and indefinitely, castor oil is a staple on my hair!
What brand you will be using: Tropic Isle
Mix or No Mix: TBD
When and how will you apply it: I will apply it to our scalp twice a week, use it as a sealant for our hair and to style our hair
What is your overall goal for this challenge: To reap all the benefits listed above!

1 comment:

  1. Great post, I've wanted to try Jamaican Black Castor oil but am always worried about the greasiness, i guess the key is to not over do it! Great post..