5 Random Ways to Use Jamaican Black Castor Oil


Hey Loves! 

Jamaican Black Castor Oil (JBCO) is my go-to oil for moisture for my hair and skin. I put that *ish on/in everything! Here's my top 5 ways to use Jamaican Black Castor Oil:

1.) Skin Moisturizer After Showering

I love to rub this oil on my driest areas (elbows, knees, heels, etc) directly after showering. Since this oil is an excellent sealant for hair, why not use it on your body? I found that my skin stayed moisturized for longer periods when I used the oil first then follow up with my favorite body cream. It's especially good if you have random bouts of eczema, like yours truly. :-)

2.) For A Scalp Massage 

While JBCO is a thick, heavy oil, it can still be used for scalp massages. With it's amazing hair growth properties, it's excellent for getting rapid results if you're in your TWA or awkward length stage. Massage a little into your scalp 2-3 times weekly to reap the benefits of this "hair magic" oil! Quick Tip: If you're near a Sally Beauty Supply, get the JBCO mixed with Rosemary or Peppermint Oil. I guarantee you won't want to use anything else for your scalp massages again!




3.) In Your Favorite Conditioner

I love to apply JBCO to my conditioners on co-wash and deep conditioning days for an extra boost of moisture and to aid in detangling. I'm able to finger detangle or detangle with my Denman brush with ease.

4.) Makeup Remover 

I typically use makeup remover wipes on my face, but one night I was completely out of them. I didn't have any Vaseline either. Le' Struggle. Jamaican Black Castor Oil came to my rescue. I applied a small amount to my face and used a Kleenex to remove the excess. I was able to remove my waterproof mascara and foundation quickly and easily. It's definitely a must-try when you're out of makeup remover!

5.) Mixed With Your Fave Edge Control

I struggled for months trying to find an edge control to really slick down my baby hair(s) and edges without the use of a scarf and pulling to tight on my hair. I finally found one that I love, but I had minor flaking. Take the good with the bad, right?  I then mixed a little bit of JBCO with it and experienced no flaking. 


How do you use Jamaican Black Castor Oil?






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